Hair loss can happen to all of us and it can be rather upsetting when it does! Have you wondered if lost hair can grow back? We've asked a leading London dermatologist Dr Aleksander Godic whether it's possible and if so, how?
A fat transfer to the face is an upcoming technique being used to restore the volume and youthful appearance to the visage. Read more from our expert dermatologist Dr Aleksandar Godic on how it works and how long it lasts for.
Genital warts are caused by the low-risk human papillomavirus (HPV) which is passed on through sexual activity. They are quite common, but arguably many people believe they won’t ever be affected. So, what should you do if you think you could have genital warts and if so, what can you expect? Dr Moumita Chattopadhyay, a highly experienced dermatologist, explains the causes, diagnosis and available treatment options.
Lichen sclerosus is one of the most common conditions that can affect the vulva. Left untreated, it can progress to scarring and in rare cases can even progress to skin cancer. We spoke to leading consultant dermatologist Dr Moumita Chattopadhyay to find out how patients can spot the condition and how it is treated.
Tired of the mole on your cheek or a skin tag that keeps catching on your clothes? Then you might want to consider having it frozen off with cryotherapy! Top dermatologist Dr Robin Russell-Jones explains how it works and just how cold the procedure is.
The best mole mapping procedure is a combination of both full body digital photography and dermoscopy. Dermoscopy is a non-invasive skin surface examination using a microscope that allows skin structures to be magnified that are not normally seen with the naked eye. The aim of mole mapping is to detect skin cancer as early as possible. Dermatologist Dr Ben Esdaile gives us the ins and outs of mole mapping and how to know if a mole is harmless or potentially a cause for concern.
Have you ever seen someone in passing or in photos with unevenly colour skin? Some patches are one colour, whilst others are another? The chances are that they have what is called vitiligo; a skin condition that causes loss of skin colour in blotches over the body. Dr Dev Shah, a leading dermatologist, explains further and addresses the important psychological impact that this condition can have one sufferers.
We can get a myriad of different types of lumps, bumps, and spots on our skin. Cysts are one of the commonest lumps that we can develop. What defines a cyst, what are the most common types, and can they be a danger to our health? Acclaimed dermatologist Dr Dev Shah is here to explain.
Cysts can come in all shapes and sizes and can appear all over the body. What are these strange lumps? Should you be worried about them? What are the differences between them? Leading plastic surgeon Mr Alastair MacKenzie Ross lends us his insight into the world of skin cysts.
Moles are common, small, often brown spots on your skin. Mostly, these are benign and nothing to worry about. However, exposure to harmful UV rays can cause changes in your skin, giving rise to melanoma (skin cancer). Dr Hélène Menagé, a leading dermatologist, explains why you need to check your moles regularly, and the importance of using sun protection.