Your skin matters. Seek professional advice and early intervention for any skin concerns. Book an appointment and let us take care of your skin health. At LycaHealth Orpington, we provide advanced dermatology and skin clinic services to diagnose and treat skin conditions. Whether it's a minor issue or a more severe condition, our team of expert dermatologists is here to help.

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Dermatology in Orpington

Skin Conditions: Expert Diagnosis and Treatment

When it comes to your skin, it’s essential not to dismiss any changes or abnormalities. Our team of specialist dermatologists and plastic surgeons is well-equipped to diagnose and treat a wide range of skin conditions, including moles, acne, and more.

By seeking advice from our skin specialists, you can ensure early detection and effective treatment for any potential issues. 

Types of Skin Conditions We Treat

Our experienced dermatologists are skilled in diagnosing and treating a wide range of skin conditions. We offer comprehensive care and guidance for the following common skin conditions:

  • Acne: Our dermatology team understands the physical and emotional impact of acne. We provide personalised treatment plans to help manage and minimise breakouts, reduce inflammation, and prevent scarring with severe acne. With our expertise and advanced therapies, we aim to restore your skin’s health and boost your confidence.
  • Eczema: Eczema can cause itchy, inflamed, and irritated skin that can significantly impact your quality of life. Our dermatologists utilise evidence-based treatments to alleviate symptoms, identify triggers, and develop long-term management strategies. We aim to provide you with the tools and support needed to keep your eczema under control.
  • Psoriasis: Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition characterised by red, scaly patches that can be uncomfortable and distressing. Our dermatology team offers a range of therapies, including topical treatments, phototherapy, and systemic medications, to manage psoriasis symptoms effectively. We tailor our treatment plans to your specific needs, aiming to minimise flare-ups and improve your skin’s appearance.
  • Skin Cancer: Early detection and treatment are crucial when it comes to skin cancer. Our dermatologists are well-versed in identifying and managing various types of skin cancer, including melanoma, basal cell carcinoma, and squamous cell carcinoma. We provide comprehensive skin cancer screenings, surgical interventions, and ongoing monitoring to ensure the best possible outcomes for our patients.
  • Rosacea: Rosacea is a chronic condition characterised by redness, flushing, and visible blood vessels on the face. Our dermatology team offers personalised treatment plans to manage and reduce the symptoms of rosacea effectively. We provide guidance on lifestyle modifications, topical treatments, and laser therapies to help you regain control over your skin.
  • Rashes and Allergies: Whether it’s an allergic reaction, contact dermatitis, or an unknown rash, our dermatologists can assist in diagnosing and treating various skin irritations. We pinpoint potential triggers, offer appropriate treatment options, and provide advice on prevention to help you enjoy healthy, comfortable skin.

If you’re experiencing any of these skin conditions or have concerns about your skin’s health, don’t hesitate to contact us for a consultation with one of our dermatology specialists.

Make an enquiry for an appointment at our clinic via our online enquiry form or alternatively call us on 01689 490111

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Frequently Asked Questions

Dermatology is a medical specialty focused on the diagnosis and treatment of conditions related to the skin, hair, and nails. Dermatologists are trained to address a wide range of skin concerns.

You should consider seeing a dermatologist for various reasons, including persistent acne, unusual moles, skin rashes, hair loss, nail issues, skin allergies, and any other concerning skin-related symptoms.

You can schedule an appointment by calling the clinic on 01689 490111 directly or using our online appointment request form.

A list of current medications, and any relevant medical history. If you have specific skin concerns, you can also bring notes or photos to share with the dermatologist.

During your first visit, the dermatologist will likely ask about your medical history, perform a skin examination, and discuss your concerns. They may recommend further tests, treatments, or follow-up appointments.

Depending on your concern, the dermatologist might need to examine your skin. They will provide you with a gown or draping to maintain your comfort and privacy.

The duration of appointments can vary based on the nature of your concern. Routine appointments might take around 15-30 minutes, while more complex cases could require more time.

Yes, dermatologists are trained to diagnose and treat skin cancer. If you have concerns about suspicious moles or growths, a dermatology clinic is an appropriate place to seek evaluation.

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