Dr. Stephen D. Craig, an Idaho native, finished a career in the US Air Force and opened private practice in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho in November 1999. Dr. Craig's vision of North Idaho Dermatology is to supply the best quality dermatological care in the Inland Northwest.
|City||Coeur D Alene, ID|
|Address||2288 Merritt Crk Loops|
|Phone Number||(208) 665-7546|
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North Idaho Dermatology provides State-of-the-Art medicine and timeless skin care, so patients can be healthy and feel beautiful. The board-certified physicians at North Idaho Dermatology provide expert skin care and treatments for a wide range of skin conditions - from skin cancer, laser treatments and mole removal to psoriasis and acne. Excellent "customer service" from the front desk, to the nurse to a very personable, and knowledgeable doctor. She took the time to explain everything to me, which I really appreciated!
Yes, we are accepting new patients and appointments for new patients are usually between a few days and a few weeks. If you elect to be seen by a Certified Physician Assistant or a Nurse Practitioner, you can usually be seen sooner. We make every effort to honor all time commitments and request that you extend the same courtesy to us. If you are unable to keep your appointment please call (208) 665-SKIN (7546) at least 24 hours in advance so we may schedule another patient in your allotted time.
Moles, or nevi (singular: nevus), are the most common skin growth. They can be present at birth or acquired throughout life, but most occur by the age of 20, increasing throughout childhood, peaking in adolescence, and waning in older adulthood. Nevi evolve and change throughout childhood and during pregnancy. Moles can appear anywhere on the skin in various sizes and shapes. They are made up of melanocytes, skin cells that produce melanin (dark pigment). Moles typically evolve and grow as we do.
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Although acne is a common and treatable condition, severe acne can cause severe physical, emotional and social problems. Acne starts in the hair follicles of your skin with a substance called sebum. Sebum is an oily substance produced by the skin to keep it flexible and moisturized. Sometimes, this sebum can become thick and sticky. Sebum combines with dead skin cells to plug up your hair follicles. When these follicles are closed, you develop whiteheads. When they are open, you develop blackheads.