services We provide

Our Board-Certified doctors and Advanced Practice Professionals at Adams Street Dermatology are available to treat and diagnose medical, surgical and cosmetic dermatology. Below are some of the skin conditions that we treat. Call us to set up an appointment.


When you have acne, several factors come into consideration.  Certain types of acne may be treated by topical agents only. If inflammatory, hormonal or cystic types of acne then oral agents may be considered, and your dermatologist can evaluate and  prescribe as needed.

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Alopecia is a general term that refers to hair loss. This can be from hormonal, genetic, auto-immune or inflammatory causes. Your dermatologist can evaluate and order tests as needed, as well as treatment.



Eczema or dermatitis is a general term referring to redness, scaling or irritation of the skin. There are many different causes including genetic, familial, hypersensitivity to something ingested or a reaction to a contact allergen. These conditions can be evaluated and treated by your dermatologist.

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Moles (nevi) are pigmented lesions and are common in both the pediatric and adult population. Some nevi may be atypical or dysplastic, and your dermatologist can examine and test lesions via a biopsy if warranted.

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Precancerous skin lesions are scaly growths that can feel “gritty” and if untreated in the long term may develop into squamous cell skin cancer. Your dermatologist can examine and prescribe topical treatment or other treatment modalities, including liquid nitrogen.

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Psoriasis is a red, scaly skin condition affecting approximately 1/50 individuals, with certain areas of the body most often affected, including scalp, elbows, knees. Your dermatologist can prescribe topical as well as oral agents if needed.

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Skin Cancer

Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States. It’s also one of the most preventable cancers and highly treatable when found early. Non-melanoma skin cancer includes basal cell skin cancer and squamous cell skin cancer, which are more common in fair-skinned individuals. Melanoma is a more concerning type of skin cancer, although when found early has high cure rates. Melanoma may occur in a previously existing mole or arise on previously normal-appearing skin and can even sometimes lack pigment.

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Warts are viral lesions that are very common in the general population. Your dermatologist can evaluate and treat these lesions.

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Office Location

Adams Street Dermatology Associates is nestled in Quincy's historic business district. There is plenty of parking in back of our building or on the street. 

36 Adams Street, Quincy MA 

Adams Street Dermatology continues  to provide comprehensive medical dermatology care in a long-standing practice.