An earlobe reduction surgery takes roughly 30 minutes under local anaesthetic. The ears are often overlooked by patients when it comes to plastic surgery, however, having them reduced to a smaller size can often make a big difference. We spoke with Miss Katherine George, a highly experienced maxillofacial and facial plastic surgeon, to discuss the benefits of this procedure, how its performed, what the success rate is and what the risks are.
Whether it's nail psoriasis, paronychia, onychogryphosis, or fungal infections, there is a myriad of ways our nails can be affected, and what's ironic is that it's a part of our body that is often overlooked. It's often important that they're treated promptly. In this latest Q&A, the highly regarded dermatologist, Dr Ravi Ratnavel, spoke to us about nail disorders, more specifically fungal and bacterial infections. Discover some home remedies for your niggling nail disorders in this article.
When experiencing acne, it can feel like a struggle to feel good about ourselves. Luckily, with the help of Dr Hiba Injibar, the effects of acne on both our skin and mental health can be minimised. With her impressive repertoire in dermatology, Dr Injibar offers comprehensive care for treating the root cause of acne and also the more persistent symptoms that include scarring. Find out how acne scarring can be avoided, why it sometimes occurs, and what the treatment options are for smoother skin, in this latest Q&A.
We spoke to consultant dermatologist, Iaisha Ali about causes, diagnosis and treatment of female pattern baldness.
Atopic eczema is a multifactorial condition that is common in children and makes the skin red and itchy. One of our top dermatologists, Professor Andrew Wright, explains the development of eczema in young children, how to treat it effectively and common triggers to watch out for.
Approximately 15 out of 10,000 people in the UK have alopecia. We recently spoke to Dr Ravi Ratnaval, an expert dermatologist, to find out about this condition, what the signs/symptoms are, how it's diagnosed and how it can be treated.
Basal cell carcinomas are by far the commonest form of skin cancer, but they are also one of the least harmful. Consultant dermatologist, Professor Andrew Leslie Wright explains what causes this form of skin cancer and what the best treatments are to cure it.