Information About Medical Dermatology Services

Your skin isn’t just the largest organ in your body — it’s also the hardest working. At Spyglass Dermatology, board-certified dermatologist Dr. Ryan Alan Schuering provides a full range of medical dermatology treatments for everything from acne and eczema to psoriasis and skin cancer. Contact our Tequesta or Stuart, FL office today to schedule a private consultation and let our team help keep your skin healthy, happy, and looking great so you can love your skin.

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Acne is a very common skin condition that occurs in nearly all patients from their pre-teen years to well into their adulthood and can be managed.

Blue light therapy is used for acne, scars, sun damage, and even precancerous spots. Blu-U lights the way to clearer, healthier skin.

Acne scars can develop in patients who improperly pick at or pop their pimples and create an uneven, pockmarked appearance throughout the complexion.

An actinic keratosis (AK) is a patch of rough, scaly skin that appears after years of sun exposure and is most commonly located on the face.

Atopic dermatitis, or eczema, is an inflammatory skin condition that results in itchy, sensitive, and inflamed skin and can affect kids and adults.

If you notice a raised area of skin that resembles a small growth, this could be a skin tag. Skin tags are completely harmless and don't need removal.

Hair loss is a common issue among many different people and can present itself in men and women alike regardless of age, ethnicity, and gender.

Melasma is a type of hyperpigmentation that is caused by overactive melanocytes (pigment-producing cells) that lead to symmetrical blotchy patches.

Molluscum contagiosum, like the name implies, is a highly contagious viral infection that can present itself in young children or adults alike.

A nevus, which is another name for a skin mole, develops when melanocytes (melanin-producing cells) clump together to form darkened spots on the skin.


Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation develops after a pimple has healed. While these marks can be distressing, they will ultimately fade with time.

Psoriasis is a condition that forms when skin cells produce at a rapid rate that can't keep up with the natural shedding process, leading to plaques.

Easily characterized by a red complexion, rosacea is a skin condition that develops as a result of many factors, including inflammation and immunity.

Neglecting to wear sunscreen and spending copious amounts of time in artificial tanners or exposed to UV (ultraviolet) light will cause sun damage.

Skin cancer often develops from subtle moles or abnormalities that become cancerous over time and is most often caused by excess sun exposure.

Seborrheic keratosis looks very similar to a wart and is often waxy in appearance. They tend to develop in older adults, around 60 years or older.

Warts develop in children, teens, and adults who have an active viral infection caused by HPV (human papillomavirus) and take on a rough appearance.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.