Dermatology

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Dermatology involves the treatment of skin, nails and hair. Our clinicians have a wealth of experience in diagnosing and treating skin conditions either medically or surgically.

 

Conditions and diseases

The most common conditions/diseases can be treated at Oakdin Clinic by our skin specialists.

Such conditions/diseases include:

  • Eczema
  • Facial thread veins
  • Leg thread veins
  • Milia removal – also known as white spots or milk spots
  • Mole removal
  • Psoriasis
  • Skin tag removal
  • Treatment of excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis)
  • Wart and verrucae removal.

 

Mole removal

Moles are pigmented areas of skin which vary in size and location on the body. Moles can be easily removed surgically. It is our practice to send all excised moles for pathology evaluation. We offer packages for multiple mole removal inclusive of consultation and histology costs, please contact us to find out more.

 

Booking a consultation

If you are in need of treatment, the first step will be to book in for a consultation. At the consultation you will be thoroughly examined by one of our skin specialists, who will advise you as to the best course of treatment.

If you would like to make an appointment with one of our skin specialists, please contact us.


Testimonials – Read what our patients have to say about our Dermatology service, here.

Coronavirus (COVID 19) Update

The situation regarding COVID 19 is rapidly changing. Our priority is to keep both patients and staff safe during the pandemic. Please do not attend the clinic if:

 

·         You have traveled to the countries listed on the government website;

·         You have been in contact with someone diagnosed with the coronavirus;

·         You have flu-like symptoms, a cold or fever

 

If any of the above apply to you, please call to rearrange your appointment.

If you think you have COVID 19 do not go to your GP, pharmacy or local hospital – use the 111 coronavirus helpline

Further information on the coronavirus can be found on the Coronavirus NHS page or Gov.uk.