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  • maryleevan 7:21 pm on December 19, 2012 Permalink | Reply  

    Glendale AZ Dermatologist Doctors – Bed Bugs Bites, Signs, in … 

    Bed Bugs Center – Glendale, AZ

    Glendale Dermatologist Doctors for Bed Bugs

    Type of Physician: Dermatologist

    What is a Dermatologist?

    A certification by the Board of Dermatology; practitioners treat pediatric and adult patients with disorders of the skin, mouth, hair and nails as well as a number of sexually transmitted diseases. They also have expertise in the care of normal skin, the prevention of skin diseases and cancers, and in the management of cosmetic disorders of the skin such as hair loss and scars.

    Specialty: Dermatology

    Common Name: Skin Doctor

    Dermatologist Doctors in Glendale *

    Bryan R Upegraff
    Bryan R Updegraff
    13000 N 103rd Ave
    STE 50
    Sun City, AZ 85351
    (623) 933-3107

    Rajiv Kwatra MD
    Rajiv Kwatra
    1331 N 7th St
    STE 290
    Phoenix, AZ 85006
    (602) 230-6744

    Adriana K Holy MD
    Adriana K Holy
    4638 E Shea Blvd
    STE B210
    Phoenix, AZ 85028
    (602) 867-7546

    Omni Dermatology
    Andrew J Racette
    4840 E Indian School Rd
    Ste 102 STE 105
    Phoenix, AZ 85018
    (602) 954-3919

    West Dermatology
    Mark R Rosenberg
    4045 E Bell Rd
    STE STE 119
    Phoenix, AZ 85032
    6029712873 x 201

    PCA Skin Center
    Jennifer Linder
    8501 N Scottsdale Rd
    STE 150
    Paradise Valley, AZ 85253
    (480) 946-7939

    Kenneth W Koldys MD
    Kenneth W Koldys
    10900 N Scottsdale Rd
    STE 106
    Scottsdale, AZ 85254
    (480) 998-1590

    Mark Meyers MD
    Mark Meyers
    10900 N Scottsdale Rd
    STE STE 609
    Scottsdale, AZ 85254
    (480) 609-4853

    Arizona Skin Surgery
    Kevin A Fuciarelli
    10615 N Hayden Rd
    STE STE C102
    Scottsdale, AZ 85260
    (480) 513-7047

    Jerold L Powers MD
    Jerold L Powers
    10752 N 89th Pl
    STE B121
    Scottsdale, AZ 85260
    (480) 661-0030

    Derma
    John H Kwon
    16515 S 40th St
    STE 135
    Phoenix, AZ 85048
    (480) 706-9300

    Robert Griego MD
    Robert Griego
    2250 W Southern Ave
    STE 101
    Mesa, AZ 85202
    (480) 835-5532

    Glenn H Brown MD
    Glenn H Brown
    1450 S Dobson Rd
    STE 320B
    Mesa, AZ 85202
    (480) 835-9755

    Paul R. Love MD
    Paul R Love
    1520 S Dobson Rd
    STE STE 320
    Mesa, AZ 85202
    (480) 844-0866

    Bed Bugs

    What are bed bugs? What do bed bugs look like?

    Bed bugs are small, oval, non-flying insects that belong to the insect family Cimicidae, which includes three species that bite people. Adult bed bugs reach 5-7 mm in length, while nymphs (juveniles) are as small as 1.5 mm. Bed bugs have flat bodies and may sometimes be mistaken for ticks or small cockroaches. Bed bugs feed by sucking blood from humans or animals. Adult bed bugs are reddish brown in color, appearing more reddish after feeding on a blood meal. Nymphs are clear in color and appear bright red after feeding. The wings of bed bugs are vestigial, so they cannot fly.

    Where are bed bugs found?

    Bed bugs were common in the U.S. before World War II and became rare after widespread use of the pesticide DDT began in the 1940s and 1950s. They remained prevalent in other areas of the world and, in recent years, have been increasingly observed again in the U.S. Increases in immigration and travel from the developing world as well as restrictions on the use of stronger pesticides may be factors that have led to the relatively recent increase in bed bug infestations. While bed bugs are often reported to be found when sanitation conditions are poor or when birds or mammals (particularly bats) are nesting on or near a home, bed bugs can also live and thrive in clean environments. Crowded living quarters also facilitate the spread of bed bugs.

    Bed bugs can live in any area of the home and can reside in tiny cracks in furniture as well as on textiles and upholstered furniture. They tend to be most common in areas where people sleep and generally concentrate in beds, including mattresses, box springs, and bed frames. They do not infest the sleeping surfaces of beds as commonly as cracks and crevices associated with the bed frame and mattress. Other sites where bed bugs often reside include curtains, edges of carpet, corners insid…

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    Spider Bites (Including Black Widow and Brown Recluse) »

    Are spider bites dangerous?

    Most spiders do not have mouth parts strong enough to penetrate human skin, and the majority of spiders found in the U.S. and are actually harmless. There are two notable exceptions, the black widow spider and the brown recluse spider, which are both dangerous to humans. Spider bites are fortunately uncommon. In many cases, presumed spider bites are actually due to another skin condition or an insect sting.

    The black widow and brown recluse spiders are more common in the southern states of the U.S. They prefer warm, dry climates and undisturbed areas such as basements, closets, woodpiles, attics, or under sinks. The black widow spider is a small, black, shiny spider with a red hourglass marking on its belly. The brown recluse spider is sometimes termed a “violin spider.” It is about an inch long and has a marking resembling a violin on the upper part of its back. Bites from both the black widow and brown recluse spiders are dangerous to …

    Emergency Contact for Glendale

    • In case of Emergency, call 911
    • Police (817) 459-5600
    • Fire (817) 459-5500

    Nearby Glendale Hospitals *

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  • maryleevan 1:48 pm on December 11, 2012 Permalink | Reply  

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