Welcome to Arlington Dermatology
Arlington Dermatology has been serving patients for over 40 years. Dr. Michael Bukhalo, certified by the American Board of Dermatology and a nationally recognized Primary Investigator for clinical trials, treats patients affected by simple and/or complicated skin conditions; such as skin cancer, chronic skin diseases, aging and corrective needs. We offer the most innovative methods of treatment utilizing state of the art medical equipment, a convenient location, and a patient-friendly facility.
Our New Address
Arlington Dermatology is now located in Rolling Meadows.
Please click on the address link below for directions:
Available Skin Treatments at Arlington Dermatology
We treat patients affected by simple and/or complicated skin, hair and nail conditions, such as the following:
- Skin Cancer
- Chronic Skin Diseases
- Atopic Dermatitis
- Skin conditions associated with aging skin
- Nail fungus
We offer alternative methods of treatment for a variety of conditions through our clinical research department, such as:
- Actinic Keratosis
- Atopic Dermatitis
- Mollescum Contagiosum
For more information on currently enrolling trials and how to participate, please contact our direct study line at 847-392-2985.
We offer a wide range of aesthetic services and individualized treatment plans in order to best meet the needs of our patient. The following cosmetic procedures are available at our office:
- BOTOX® Cosmetic
- Juvederm Ultra XC and Ultra Plus XC®
- Juvederm Voluma® XC
- Restylane Lyft®
- Rejuvenize Chemical Peel
- Salicylic Acid Chemical Peels
- V-Beam Pulsed Dye Laser
- Vitalize Chemical Peel
- Intense Pulse Light (IPL)
- GentleLase Laser Hair Removal
Starting April 2018, CMS will begin mailing new Medicare cards that include a new Medicare Number.
Click on the link below for more information:
Medicare Schedule of new cards distribution for each state:
Arlington Dermatology Newsletter:
” Year End Decisions” click on the link for article educating patiens regarding insurance (i.e Medicare replacement plans).
To learn more, please contact us today at (847) 392-5440!
Stay up to date with what we are doing at Arlington Dermatology
Tips for Preventing the Spread of Mollescum Contagiosum
Mollescum contagiosum is a viral skin infection that is common in humid environments and in environments in which people live closely together. It is extremely contagious and can be spread by skin-to-skin contact as well as shared towels, bedding, and clothing. When infections occur, the skin develops small bumps that are red, white, or skin-colored. […]
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Is Tanning Ever Safe?
Despite the risk of skin cancer being well known, many people can’t resist trying to get a tan. They feel like they look and feel better with tanned skin, and they ignore the information that they have heard from their dermatologists. Is there any safe way to get a tan? Watch this video to learn […]
Identifying Different Kinds of Acne Scars
One of the goals of acne treatment is reducing the risk of scarring. Acne can cause multiple types of scars, depending on the type of breakouts you have. Your dermatologist will develop an acne treatment plan for you that involves both controlling breakouts and treating any scarring that does occur. Here is a closer look […]
Recognizing the Risk Factors for Psoriasis
Psoriasis can be an uncomfortable and frustrating skin condition. If you have been diagnosed, it’s important to see your dermatologist regularly as part of your psoriasis treatment plan, to ensure that your care is managing your symptoms as effectively as possible. If you don’t have psoriasis, understanding the risk factors and doing what you can […]
What Every Patient Needs to Know about Mollescum Contagiosum
Mollescum contagiosum is a common, viral skin condition that is generally harmless. Despite the fact that it doesn’t pose any long-term health risks, treating it is usually recommended by dermatologists to prevent it from spreading. Mollescum contagiosum is the subject of clinical trials in order to develop new treatment options. Here is what you need […]