ADDRESSING ALL YOUR SKIN CONCERNS
At The Dermatology Clinic London we treat and manage an extensive range of different skin conditions including: acne, eczema, psoriasis and skin cancer. We can check your moles for signs of skin cancer as well as removing unwanted moles and skin tags for cosmetic reasons. Skin cancer numbers continue to rise in the UK and we undertake regular mole checks for those who are concerned or at high risk.
Acne is the most common skin complaint affecting almost everyone to some extent particularly in your teens. Over the past 30 years the late onset of acne has become increasingly common. Eczema and psoriasis are also very common. There are hundreds of other skin conditions that we help with including, lumps and bumps that need removing surgically, hair loss and skin infections.
OUR HOLISTIC APPROACH TO DERMATOLOGY
We aim to provide a caring and holistic approach in addressing your skin concerns. There is a close link between the skin and the mind which is why we work with a psychodermatologist to address the psychological causes of skin disease.
Approaching skin treatment from both medical and psychological angles allows us to improve the skin and empower the patient with the knowledge and techniques on how to address psychological triggers; both with the aim of improving the patient’s quality of life.
BECOMING A PATIENT AT OUR CLINIC
We will see you in clinic and take a careful history to understand the background to your skin issues. Our dermatologists will explore any potential triggers and causes of your skin concerns. In many cases the diagnosis will be clear after looking at your medical history and examining your skin, but in some cases may require further investigation including blood tests, allergy testing and taking skin samples or biopsies.
Once our London based consultant dermatologists have made a diagnosis, medication may be prescribed and then a plan made to assess response to treatment or to discuss results.
The Dermatology Clinic London was founded in 2015 by leading Dermatologist Dr Daniel Glass. The clinic has a team of expert Consultant Dermatologists, Plastic Surgeons, Psychodermatologists and Histopathologists who provide patients with highly personalised treatment.
Our skin specialists provide exceptional dermatology care for children and adults of all ages using a comprehensive range of diagnostic and treatment techniques in the heart of the capital’s medical district, Harley Street, London.
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