The experts in beautifully healthy skin
You'll find some of the world’s leading consultant dermatologists experts in our state-of-the-art clinics.
Dermatology is a medical speciality concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of skin conditions and diseases. Dealing with everything from anti-ageing procedures to erase fine lines and wrinkles, to treating acne and other skin conditions.
Dermatology also covers range of procedures such as Botox® injections, dermal fillers, facial peels, laser hair removal, tattoo and scar removal, acne treatments and microdermabrasion.
Why choose sk:n for dermatological treatments?
sk:n work with the most experienced and skilled dermatologists in the country, so you are in safe hands.
Dermatological treatments include:
" I am so happy with the results and couldn’t have asked for more. All of the staff were lovely and very professional, putting me at ease. " - Helen Duncan
How do the dermatology treatments work?
At sk:n, we offer a range of dermatological procedures to improve the health and appearance of your skin. These range from scar and mole removal to treatment of warts and verrucas. Many of these use lasers, while others involve minor surgery.
How will I feel during dermatology treatment?
Depending on the dermatology treatment you choose and your skin conditions, you may experience anything from slight to mild discomfort. Certain procedures are carried out with the help of anaesthetics, to keep you comfortable and pain-free.
Which is the right treatment for my skin condition?
To talk through your options and tell us what you would like to change, arrange a consultation with one of our expert dermatologist, who will help you to decide which of our many dermatological treatments to choose.
What happens after dermatology?
Your sk:n specialist will advise you on the best way to look after your skin once you’ve had your particular treatment.
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|Laser resurfacing - Exact prices to be confirmed during your consultation.