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  • Treating Your Vitiligo
    According to the National Vitiligo Foundation, around 70 million people around the world have vitiligo, an autoimmune disorder that causes white patches of skin. This condition is not contagious and Read more
  • How Often Should I See A Dermatologist?
    How visiting your dermatologist in Omaha, NE, can help you look your best A dermatologist is an important part of your healthcare team. Your skin provides protection for your vital organs, Read more
  • How To Treat Your Blisters
    Most people experience blisters on their feet, often due to friction or pressure from tight or poorly fitted shoes; however, blisters can develop just about anywhere on the body. If Read more
  • Mole Removal Options
    At the Center of Dermatology, Dr. Herschel Stoller can provide mole removal in Omaha, Columbus, and Papillion, NE, to help with a variety of everyday concerns. There are typically a handful of different Read more
  • What Is a Carbuncle?
    A boil is an infection of the hair follicle that develops under the skin. When multiple boils develop this is known as a carbuncle. In a carbuncle, this cluster of Read more
  • What Is Actinic Keratosis?
    If you’ve ever spent time basking in the sun or even in a tanning bed, then you’ve exposed your skin to UV rays, which can be incredibly damaging to the Read more
  • How to Treat Your Persistent Acne
    Treating acne in Omaha, NE can feel frustrating at times. This condition often affects teenagers going through puberty, but it can also affect adults as well. This condition can have a tremendous effect on Read more
  • FAQs About Seborrheic Dermatitis
    Seborrheic dermatitis is one of the most common skin conditions that dermatologists diagnose and treat here in the US. If you notice any weird skin rashes or lesions on the Read more
  • Finding The Right Treatment For Shingles
    Many of us who have had chickenpox as children may be aware that the virus that causes it can become active again in adulthood as Shingles. According to the Centers Read more
  • What You Need To Know About Diaper Rash
    Diaper rash is a common problem for babies and toddlers who are not yet toilet trained. Diaper rash is defined as any red rash appearing on the area of skin Read more
  • What Are Skin Pigmentation Disorders?
    Melanin is a substance produced by skin cells known as melanocytes, which are responsible for giving our skin its color. When these cells are damaged or impacted in some way Read more
  • What Are Hair Follicle Infections?
    When red inflamed bumps appear it’s easy to assume it’s just acne, but it could be a sign of an infected hair follicle. This common skin problem, which is referred Read more
  • What Are Sebaceous Cysts?
    If you notice a lump or bump on the skin you may be wondering what it is. Could it be a sebaceous cyst? There are hundreds of cysts that can Read more
  • How To Heal Your Acne Scars
    We understand that dealing with the scars left behind by teenage acne can be upsetting and even embarrassing. We also understand how much it may impact not just your appearance Read more
  • Finding the Right Bath Products for Your Skin Condition
    When you’re dealing with skin problems such as eczema or psoriasis, using the same skincare products that others do may end up being a major no-no. In fact, you need Read more
  • When To See Your Dermatologist
    How your dermatologist in Omaha, NE, can help you look your best You want your skin to look great because when your skin looks great, you look great too. Your dermatologist Read more

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Westroads

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Wednesday:

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Thursday:

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Friday:

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Saturday:

Every other Saturday

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Columbus

Monday:

Closed

Tuesday:

Closed

Wednesday:

10:30 am-5:00 pm

1st and 3rd Wednesday

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Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Papillion

Monday:

Closed

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2:30 pm-5:00 pm

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Thursday:

Closed

Friday:

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