Have you ever visited a dermatologist?
Dermatologists combine cutting-edge science with proven medical, surgical and laser treatments, to give you the best chance of treatment success.
It can be extremely stressful when you, or a loved one may be struggling with a skin condition. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Through expert knowledge, treatment and caring support, dermatologists can support individuals and their families to reduce the stress caused by skin conditions.
Dermatologists help monitor, manage and treat skincare issues arising from too much time spent in the sun. To know your risk of skin cancer, talk to a dermatologist.
Research reveals people feel dermatologists show courtesy and respect to their patients, listen carefully, and provide a good explanation of diagnosis and valuable post-visit instructions.
Next time you visit your GP, ask for a referral to a dermatologist to reduce the stress of a worrying skin, hair or nail concern.
For more information download the following flyers:
A to Z of skin
Common skin diseases
Why see a dermatologist?
Read – Colin’s story – living with psoriasis for almost 35 years
Read – Daniel’s story – Under the expert care of a dermatologist specialising in skin pigmentation (vitiligo)
Read – Simone’s story – Using phototherapy at her dermatologist’s recommendation to treat her psoriasis
Read about – Associate Professor Chris Baker on 25 years as a dermatologist, and the role of the Australasian College of Dermatologists
Read about – Dr Michelle Rodrigues on dermatology, her passion for treating pigment disorders, and the Australasian College of Dermatologists
What is a Dermatologist?
A dermatologist has a medical degree and four years of specialist training. The Australasian College of Dermatologists is th
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