What is Dermatology?
Dermatology is the medical specialty that looks at investigation, diagnosis and treatment of skin conditions.
Common conditions we regularly treat at the Dermatology Clinic London are:
For a complete list of conditions we treat, view the ‘Conditions’ section on this site.
If you are concerned about your skin, book an appointment with one of our experienced clinicians today. Simply call us on 020 3733 3227 or use our online booking form.
At The Dermatology Clinic, our consultant dermatologists are also qualified to undertake skin surgery. They are able to routinely treat skin cancers such as malignant melanoma, squamous cell carcinoma and basal cell carcinoma. In addition, a plastic surgeon is an integral part of the team and is required to undertake larger more complex surgery. This ensures our patients always get the very best quality care.
Learn more about skin conditions
Acne is a debilitating disease that affects over 18 million people in the UK. A lot of people say it’s a teenage issue that you can grow out of, but it affects many people right through to their adult life and can completely take over people’s lives.
Allergies are the most common chronic disorder in the United Kingdom; it is estimated that around a quarter of brits will be affected by some kind of allergy during their lives, a number that is expected to increase exponentially going forward.
Itching or pruritus is often a sign of dryness or irritation of the skin’s surface. As a result, our skin’s nerve endings, also known as pruriceptors, are stimulated.
Protect yourself from melanoma with regular self-assessment. Learn the signs to look out for and when to see a dermatologist. Read more for essential insights.
Pregnancy acne, stemming from hormonal shifts, affects up to 43% of expectant mothers, often causing breakouts and discomfort. Learn about the causes, prevention tips, and expert solutions at The Dermatology Clinic London.
Diet plays a critical factor in a person’s overall health and well-being. People with a healthy balanced diet tend to live longer and have a lower risk of developing serious health problems such as cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes.
One of the reasons teenage acne flares is as a result of hormonal changes in the body that cause the glands under the skin to produce excess sebum. It is these hormones that play a major role in influencing how the sebaceous glands function.
According to Cancer Research UK, around 85% of melanomas in the UK are caused by too much ultraviolet radiation. The number of people being diagnosed with this type of cancer has increased and is now the 5th most common cancer in the UK.