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Dermatology

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Looking your best starts at Skinplus Dermatology.

At Skinplus Dermatology in Adelaide, we have qualified dermatologists and staff to assess your skin. We will discuss and treat your concerns/problems. With many years of experience, we aim to provide you with the best advice regarding all aspects of your skin health.

What is a Dermatologist?

Dermatologists are specialists in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of skin diseases and skin cancers. They are trained as doctors, followed by further study and exams before they are recommended for Fellowship to the Australasian College of Dermatologists (FACD).

Dermatologists treat patients of all ages, from babies and children to adolescents and adults. Skin problems commonly treated include acne, eczema, skin infections, psoriasis, dermatitis, hair loss and nail disorders. Dermatologists are specialists at monitoring moles and diagnosing and treating all types of skin cancers. We also have training in rejuvenation procedures and can discuss treatment options available.

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