Dermatology Follow Up Consultation
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From treating acne, eczema and skin cancer to cosmetic wrinkle treatments and mole and wart removals, at Midland Health’s Birmingham-based dermatology clinic, we can help you with a range of skin conditions in a discreet and professional manner.
We offer private dermatology appointments with our leading dermatology expert, Dr Christos Kasparis. With more than a decade of professional experience in treating skin conditions, he will find the best remedy options for you in a detailed skin consultation tailored to your needs.
There’s no waiting for a referral; you’ll be seen quickly at our relaxed in our private dermatology clinic in Birmingham city centre.
With more than 10 years of experience, Dr Christos Kasparis has established his reputation as one of the best dermatology specialists in Birmingham. He has given numerous presentations in scientific meetings across the UK and abroad, and authored published work in medical journals and textbooks. He is a core member of his hospital’s skin cancer multidisciplinary team.
Passionate about all things skin, Christos has a particular interest in skin cancer and dermatological surgery. What he cares most about is making his patients better, using the most up to date treatments and therapies.
If you’re struggling with skin conditions such as acne, eczema and psoriasis, our expert dermatologist, Dr Christos Kasparis, can provide the advice and treatment you need. He can also carry out procedures such as mole and skin tag removal and is on hand to discuss any skin worries you may have.
Dr Christos Kasparis specialises in:
Warts, cysts, moles and skin tags are all different types of benign skin lesions that can appear anywhere on your body or face. You may want to remove those for cosmetic or medical reasons. In our dermatology clinic in Birmingham, we offer various skin lesion removal techniques, including excision (cutting out), shave removal, cryotherapy (freezing) and hyfrecation (burning).
During your dermatology consultation, Dr Kasparis will check your skin for any visual signs that may indicate skin cancers. If any are found, then a diagnostic procedure called skin biopsy is done. It includes taking a small sample of skin or removing the whole lesion and sending it to the lab for testing.Skin biopsies can also be done to help with a difficult diagnosis or a rash.
Reducing the signs of ageing through wrinkle filler injections is a quick and easy procedure offered by our dermatology specialist. Anti-ageeing injections (Botox) are mostly performed on the upper face (eyebrows,forehead and crow’s feet lines). Filler injections can be performed anywhere on the face where the skin has lost is volume or to correct an asymmetry in the skin. Dr Kasparis has been training and been practising cosmetic procedures since 2011.He is a member of the Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP) and the European Society for Cosmetic and Aesthetic Dermatology (ESCAD).
Acne is a skin condition that affects adolescents, as well as adults. Despite it being an issue faced by many, we understand that suffering from acne can have a serious impact on a person’s self-esteem. In our private dermatology clinic, we offer a varieaty of acne treatments, including topical treatments, antibiotics and hormonal therapies, and we always take the time to find the right solution for your skin.
If you would like to book a private dermatology appointment at our Birmingham clinic, contact us at 0121 769 0999 or through the form below.
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Yes, you don’t need a referral to see a dermatology specialist. Simply get in touch to book your private dermatology appointment in Birmingham at Midland Health.
When a dermatology specialist first sees you, they will ask you about your medical history. Every answer is important as certain medications and conditions could have an impact on your skin health. Then, the doctor will examine any specific issues that may have brought you to the clinic. A full-body skin exam check is also part of the standard procedure during a dermatology consultation, as it could reveal skin conditions you may not be aware of.
Yes, a weight check could be performed as part of the full-body examination on your first dermatologist consultation.
It is recommended that you get a full-body skin examination once a year.
Even if you have no known skin conditions, it is good practice to see a dermatologist annually from the age of 25 years onwards. A preemptive dermatology appointment ensures that sun damage, moles, skin cancer and other potential skin-related issues are diagnosed and treated early on.
Although there are no specific clothing requirements for visiting a dermatologist, it is recommended that you wear loose clothing, as it makes performing a full-body skin check easier. A chaperone is always available for skin examinations.
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