Rosacea is a chronic condition with a large psychological impact. Rosacea is most commonly characterised by background redness (affecting the forehead, nose, cheeks, chin), some patients also experience spots/bumps in the centre portion of the face.
Hair is an important element of our identity and is seen historically as a symbol of health, wealth, and fertility. So, what happens when a person starts to lose their hair?
Acne affects quality of life and has considerable psychological, social and emotional impact. Don’t allow your skin condition to be trivialised by others. Speak up and ask to be seen by an expert.
Medical dermatology services encompass diagnosis and management of a vast number of dermatological conditions, including skin, genital, hair and nail problems.
I regularly see babies and children in my practice and have worked in combined clinics with allergists and general paediatricians.
As a dermatologist with a specialist interest in psychodermatology (a ‘psychodermatologist’) I treat the mind and skin together.
Skin cancer is the most common cancer worldwide. I specialise in diagnosing and treating skin cancer and pre-cancerous skin lesions.
I am trained in performing minor skin surgery for the purposes of diagnosis and management of skin lesions (including skin cancer) and other skin problems in children and adults.
Supporting your skin with appropriate skin care helps to maintain and enhance its natural properties as well as protecting from damage.