Looking for a private dermatologist? All our private dermatologists have been thoroughly researched and vetted by our team of experts and offer specialist care at their London and Birmingham clinics. Choose a dermatologist below to browse their profiles including clinics, pricing and expertise.
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Dermatologists are doctors who specialise in the study and treatment of diseases of the skin. They treat a range of skin-related issues, including: eczema, dermatitis, acne and more. Dermatologists are often asked to advise other doctors on the care of their patients where skin problems are associated with a particular condition, or perhaps a side-effect of medication. Most dermatologists will undertake at least some surgery or specialise further in surgical care, allergies, or children’s skin disorders (also known as paediatric dermatology).
Although there is no law governing who may use the title ‘dermatologist’ or ‘skin expert’ in the UK, a doctor described as a ‘consultant dermatologist’ or ‘dermatologist’ will be registered on the General Medical Council’s List of Registered Medical Practitioners. If they became an NHS consultant after 1 January 1997, they will also be registered on the Specialist register.
There are many over-the-counter treatments that can help you with skin, hair and nail diseases. If you’re suffering from conditions such as acne, scars, dandruff or rashes that won’t go away through the application of over-the-counter ointments or medicines, you should consider a consultation with your GP. Your GP may refer you straight to a dermatologist or provide you with stronger, prescription medications that may offer more to your wellbeing than over-the-counter products. You may then be referred to a dermatologist should these medications serve no benefit.
You can find the right dermatologist near you by browsing our directory of dermatologists – we have a list of vetted dermatologists across Birmingham and London. When choosing the right dermatologist for you, there are a few steps you can take to ensure you are making the right decision.
How much your dermatology appointment costs will depend on the individual specialist rate – initial consultations may vary from £150 – £300. This will often include a discussion of your symptoms, family history and any pre-existing medical conditions, as well as a physical examination. Treatments will also come with an additional cost.
All the specialists listed on Medstars have been researched and vetted by our team of experts, including our senior doctor co-founders. We would happily recommend all Medstars’ specialists to our friends and family, knowing they share our values of transparency and honesty. Typically, many of our specialists also work within the NHS. Our free online platform allows you to browse the profiles of our private dermatologists – allowing you to see what they specialise in, prices, location, patient testimonials and availability.
Here at Medstars, we have a range of specialists on board ready to help you. You can find a dermatologist near you by browsing our website or selecting a dermatologist from the list below.
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