Our specialists can help you keep your skin in good condition so that you can always look your best.
More importantly, they can provide essential healthcare screening to enable you to identify early signs of skin cancer, which is surprisingly common for those of us who live an active, outdoor lifestyle.
Acne: You may have troublesome acne or pimples which keep coming back no matter what you do. This can often be successfully treated with skin cream or oral medication.
Eczema: It can be very uncomfortable when patches of your skin are scaly, itchy, bumpy and / or red and in some cases your skin is cracked. This can be treated through both lifestyle changes and the use of ointments.
Skin Cancer: It gives great peace of mind to have your moles and skin checked to ensure that you don’t have any early signs of skin cancer. Where necessary, the skin cancer can be removed.
Warts: These are not harmful but can be unpleasant. They can easily be removed by medication, cold treatment or by cutting them out.
Scarring: Get advise on how to reduce scarring, especially for your younger children.
Hair Loss: Alopecia can cause great anxiety so speak to a dermatologist on how to treat and reduce your hair loss.