If you find yourself to be in a situation where finding the best Brighton dermatologist gets difficult, then we are here to help you out with this. Below is a list of the top Dermatologist Brighton. To help you find the best Dermatologist Brighton located near to you, we put together our own list based on patient reviews.
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⇒ Dr Sarah McDonald
Dr Sarah McDonald Brighton Dermatology is delighted to announce that she has joined the practice, with appointments now available. She has previously worked in private practice in Sydney and Dubbo prior to relocating to Melbourne in 2018. She is trained in both medical and surgical dermatology and has particular interests in early skin cancer detection and management, eczema, psoriasis, excessive sweating, acne and rosacea.
- Skin Cancer Detection
- Acne And Rosacea
⇒ Dr Tasos Stavrakoglou
Dr Tasos Stavrakoglou completed his undergraduate training in Greece in 1995. He undertook his training in Dermatology, in London at the Hillingdon & Mt Vernon and Amersham Hospitals. He subsequently worked as a consultant dermatologist at Ashford & St Peter’s Hospitals before relocating to Australia. During his career he has developed a special interest in skin cancer management and skin surgery. His other special interests include Medical Dermatology and Men’s Dermatology.
- Medical Dermatology
- Men’s Dermatology
- Cosmetic Dermatology
⇒ Dr Anita Lasocki
Dr Anita Lasocki is a Fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatologists. She graduated in Medicine with Honours from The University of Melbourne in 2005. She completed specialist Dermatology training at The Royal Children’s Hospital, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, St Vincent’s Hospital and The Skin Health Institute (formerly the Skin and Cancer Foundation). She enjoys the diversity of Dermatology practice and has particular interests in early melanoma detection, skin cancer management, vulvar dermatology, paediatric dermatology.
- Vulvar Dermatology
- Pigmentation Disorders
- Skin Cancer Management
⇒ Dr Marguerite Seith
Dr Marguerite Seith has a broad interest in both medical and surgical dermatology. She was awarded a travelling fellowship to St Johns Institute of Dermatology in London and also works as a consultant at the Skin and Cancer Foundation of Victoria. Her special interests include nail disorders, hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating), acne, skin cancer assessment, and general dermatology including eczema and psoriasis.
- Skin Cancer Assessment
- Nail Disorders
⇒ Dr Michael Rich
Dr Michael Rich founder and director of the ENRICH Clinic, is a dermatologist specialising in dermatology and cosmetic dermatology and surgery. He has an acclaimed reputation for establishing one of Melbourne’s leading dermatology and cosmetic surgery practices in Melbourne, offering clients the most advanced techniques and world-class technologies in the world.
- Hair Loss
- Cosmetic Dermatology & Surgery
⇒ Dr Shobha Joseph
Dr Shobha Joseph completed her undergraduate degree at St. John’s Medical College India. She graduated in MD Dermatology in 1997 practising in India and a year in the United Kingdom. She is a Fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatologists and has an M.D. in Dermatology. As a consultant dermatologist, she provides training and supervision of Registrars in Dermatology at the St.Vincent’s Hospital General Dermatology Clinic.
- Skin Cancer
⇒ Dr Jacinta Opie
Dr Jacinta Opie is a well known specialist dermatologist with wide experience in diagnosing and treating common, and uncommon dermatological conditions in children and in adults. She completed Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery at Melbourne University in 1985. After graduating as a doctor, she first trained as and worked as a general practitioner in Sydney and Melbourne.
- Excess Sweating
- Vulval dermatology
- Skin Cancers
⇒ Dr Priska McDonald
Dr Priska McDonald is a fellow of the Australian College of Dermatologists. She completed her medical degree at Monash University with honours and went on to complete Basic Physician Training through The Alfred Hospital. She then undertook her dermatology speciality training in Melbourne. This was undertaken at various tertiary referral centres including The Alfred Hospital, St Vincent’s Hospital, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and The Royal Children’s Hospital.
- Paediatric Dermatology
- Surgical Treatment
- Laser Treatment
⇒ Dr Michael Safaie
Dr Michael Safaie qualification is Professional Doctorate of Medicine (MD) (SHAHID BEHESHTI UOMS, Tehran, Iran)- 2005, Diploma of Dermoscopy (SCCA)- 2014, Diploma of Dermatology (Australian institute of Dermatology)-2015, Dermal filler Certificate (GALDERMA)- 2016. He is a highly qualified skin cancer physician, who has been practising skin cancer medicine since 2012.
- Skin Cancer Surgery
- Repairing Sun-damaged Skin
- Anti-wrinkle Injections
⇒ Dr Parvin Khinda
Dr Parvin Khinda graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2004 with a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery. She was admitted as a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, and trained at the Royal Melbourne Hospital and other locations in a large variety of fields including Emergency Medicine, Dermatology, Paediatrics, Obstetrics & Gynaecology.
- Acne & Acne Scarring Treatment
- Anti-Wrinkle Injections
What is dermatology?
Dermatology is the medicine about skin diseases. The subject area is called “Dermatology and Venereology” in full. The infectious and non-infectious sexually transmitted diseases, which typically manifest themselves in many ways on the skin, are historically and still an important component today. They form the venereology (of Venus, goddess of love).
Dermatology and venereology is a very broad medical field that includes all skin diseases. It includes the treatment of women and men and all age categories equally. The specialist field of dermatology and venereology has around 2,000 specialist diagnoses. At the same time, it is in lively contact and exchange with all other medical specialties – both internal and surgical. Practically all medicine can be experienced through the “organ subject” of dermatology. It also includes diseases of the oral mucosa, hair and nails.
What does a dermatologist do?
The dermatologist is also called “specialist in skin and venereal diseases”. So it deals with diseases and changes
- of the skin,
- the mucous membranes,
- the hair and
- the nails.
Since allergies and venereal diseases in particular often manifest their symptoms on the skin, these two areas are also among the symptoms with which those affected go to the dermatologist.
In addition to treating skin diseases such as neurodermatitis or acne , the dermatologist also dedicates himself to preventive examinations . For example, this doctor does the early detection of skin cancer . In addition, the dermatologist will advise you on optimal skin protection from the sun, adapted to your skin type , cold and other environmental influences.
Our skin is the biggest organ in our body, and it is constantly exposed to many pollutants and harmful substances on a regular basis. So it is only natural that you will feel the need to consult a dermatologist from time to time. If you find yourself to be in a situation where finding the best dermatologist in Melbourne gets difficult, then we are here to help you out with this. Below dermatologist melbourne prices are very low.