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Best Dermatologists in Melbourne VIC, Australia

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Dr Ryan De Cruz - Dermatologists
130 Murrummbeena road,, Melbourne, Australia, 3163 - 12.66 kilometers
Southern Dermatology - 12.66 kilometers
130 Murrummbeena road,, Melbourne, Australia, 3163
12 years of experience
Acne, Alopecia Areata (Hair Loss), Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis), Hair Loss Treatments + 5 more

Dr. Ryan De Cruz is a Consultant Dermatologist with over a decade of experience in the diagnosis and management of skin conditions such as acne, eczema, psoriasis, and rosacea. Dr. Cruz centers his practice around identifying the root cause of issues his patients present and offers a holistic, individualised treatment in response. He sees private patients at the Southern Dermatology Clinic.

Dr. Cruz earned his primary medical qualification at the University of Melbourne, after which he completed his residency at St Vincent's Hospital. Upon completion, Dr. Cruz was awarded the opportunity to continue his advanced training in dermatology at St. Georges Hospital, London. After continuing to gain knowledge and expertise in various hospitals in the UK and Melbourne, Dr. Cruz later gained a place on the Victoria Fellowship program, during which he researched and gained insight into the impact of immunosuppression on the skin, at King’s, Guy’s, and St. Thomas Hospital, London. He has since been appointed Consultant at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, where he now leads the multidisciplinary Bone Marrow Transplant - Dermatology Clinic.

Dr. Cruz is also an active member of the medical education community and regularly partakes in the training of junior doctors and medical students. Dr. Cruz is also the Founder of Southern Dermatology, which provides an excellent standard of care to their patients by prioritising compassion, communication, and sincerity for the best clinical outcomes.

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Dr Alexander Gin - Dermatologists
Level 6, 24 Collins Street,, Melbourne, VIC 3000 - 0.85 kilometers
Melbourne City Dermatology - 0.85 kilometers
Level 6, 24 Collins Street,, Melbourne, VIC 3000
9 years of experience
Acne, Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis), Psoriasis, Rosacea + 1 more
Dr Alexander Gin is a Consultant Dermatologist with many years of experience in the treatment and management of a wide range of skin conditions within general dermatology including eczema, psoriasis, acne, rosacea, skin cancer and paediatric skin conditions. Dr Gin sees private patients at the Melbourne Dermatology Clinic.
Dr Gin earned his Bachelor’s degree in Medicine at the University of Melbourne in 2011, after which he undertook his specialist training at various renowned hospitals in Victoria including St Vincent’s Hospital, The Royal Children’s Hospital, Royal Melbourne Hospital and the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. He also gained experience working in the UK health sector, as he was awarded a Dermatology and Lymphovascular Medicine fellowship at St George’s Hospital.
Since his Consultant appointment, Dr Gin has been awarded numerous prizes for his research and clinical practice, including the Herman Lawrence Prize. He is also passionate about staying up to date with the latest information in dermatology research, authoring numerous peer-reviewed articles in renowned medical journals. Dr Gin has also has presented his work at national and international conferences and is also actively involved in the medical education of undergraduate and postgraduate medical students.
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Fitzroy, 41 Victoria Parade, Melbourne, VIC 3002 - 1.25 kilometers
St Vincent's Hospital - 1.25 kilometers
Fitzroy, 41 Victoria Parade, Melbourne, VIC 3002
22 years of experience
Mohs Surgery, Moles, Skin Cancer, Skin Cancer Surgery + 1 more

Dr Rhonda Harvey is a dermatologist at The Skin Hospital, specialising in melanoma-naevus, non-melanoma, and skin cancer. She also consults with the Melanoma Institute of Australia and additionally runs a monthly dermatological service in Griffith, New South Wales. Dr Harvey uses Mohs micrographic surgical techniques as well as photodynamic therapy and laser procedural dermatology.

Dr Harvey gained her medical degree from the University of New South Wales in 1999 during which she spent time at Radcliffe Infirmary and the Children’s Hospital, Boston gaining valuable skills before completing her basic surgical training with the Royal Australian College of Surgeons. She then undertook a post-doctoral research fellowship at the Dermatology Research Laboratories of the University of Sydney before commencing a PhD in head and neck squamous cell carcinomas at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research. Dr Harvey spent time training in dermatology at a number of hospitals in addition to rotations at the Skin & Cancer Foundation Australia. She achieved fellowship of the Australasian College of Dermatologists in 2010 and completed her Mohs surgical fellowship the following year.

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2 Wellington Parade, East Melbourne, Australia, 3002 - 2.37 kilometers
Sinclair Dermatology - 2.37 kilometers
2 Wellington Parade, East Melbourne, Australia, 3002
Acne, Melanoma, Psoriasis

Dr Eisman has over 20 years' experience across all aspects of general dermatology. She undertook training throughout London hospitals including Chelsea Hospital, The Royal Free and Westminster Hospital. Samantha graduated FCDerm(SA) from Groote Schuur Hospital in Cape Town in 2008.

Since then, Dr Eisman was instrumental in setting up and running the first public skin laser service in South Africa as well as providing support and consultations for the Teledermatology service provided to rural practitioners. She was awarded a Galderma Research Grant by the Dermatological Society of South Africa to undertake further research into Teledermatology in underserviced areas.


In 2012, she relocated with her family to Melbourne and obtained her FACD. Samantha practices at Sinclair Dermatology and is dedicated to ensuring her patients receive outstanding dermatological care. She specialises in general dermatology with an interest in Hair and Nail Disorders, undertaking a hair fellowship with Professor Rod Sinclair in 2013. She is also currently involved as an Investigator in Sinclair Dermatology’s Clinical Trial Centre. She has published in international dermatology and medical journals and has also authored book chapters. She is actively involved in GP and nurse education in dermatology, presenting at meetings and conferences, locally and internationally.


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8-10 Howitt Street, Melbourne, Australia, 3141 - 4.96 kilometers
The Dermatology Institute of Victoria - 4.96 kilometers
8-10 Howitt Street, Melbourne, Australia, 3141
43 years of experience

Professor Greg Goodman is a Consultant Dermatologist with over two decades of experience in the treatment of skin cancers, acne and also in Mohs micrographic surgery and laser surgery. He sees private patients at The Dermatology Institute of Victoria.


Professor Goodman earned his primary medical qualification at Monash University, after which he undertook his basic training, and later gained a fellowship with the Royal Australasian College of Dermatologists. Since his Consultant appointment, Professor Goodman has become an adjunct professor with Monash University and has also been Chief Surgery at the Skin Health Institute. He is actively involved in the training of junior dermatologists and also sits on the boards of international advisory committees.


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South Yarra, 8-10 Howitt Street, VIC 3141 - 4.96 kilometers
Dermatology Institute of Victoria - 4.96 kilometers
South Yarra, 8-10 Howitt Street, VIC 3141
24 years of experience
Dr. Lee Mei Yap is a Consultant Dermatologist with over a decade of experience in providing both adult and paediatric cosmetic dermatology services including anti-wrinkle treatments, dermal fillers, and also medical dermatology treatments for acne, scarring, eczema, psoriasis, and rashes. Dr. Yap is dedicated to providing an excellent standard of natural aesthetic care for her patients. She sees private patients at the Dermatology Institute of Victoria.


Dr Yap earned her primary medical qualification at the University of Melbourne in 1997, after which she undertook her training at various renowned Melbourne Hospitals such as The Alfred Hospital, Monash Medical Centre, St Vincent’s Hospital and the Royal Melbourne Hospital. Dr. Yap was then awarded a fellowship from the Australasian College of Dermatologists in 2005, and upon completion, Dr. Yap began her practice at Kew Dermatology alongside Dr. Peter Sinclair, and also at the Dermatology Institute of Victoria with Professor Greg Goodman.

Since beginning her medical journey, Dr. Yap has also been an active member of the scientific research and medical education community, authoring numerous peer-reviewed articles for renowned dermatology journals, in addition to providing training to medical students, junior doctors, and general practitioners. She has had the opportunity to present her research at national and international conferences and has been appointed to the Executives Committee and Faculty Secretary of the Victorian Faculty of Dermatologists.
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35 Station Street, Fairfield, VIC 3078 - 5.96 kilometers
Fairfield Dermatology Clinic - 5.96 kilometers
35 Station Street, Fairfield, VIC 3078
14 years of experience
Dr. Emma Veysey is a Consultant Dermatologist with over a decade of experience in the treatment, diagnosis, and management of general dermatology issues including vulvar disease, eczema, psoriasis, and acne. She sees private patients at the Melbourne Dermatology Clinic.
Dr. Veysey earned her medical bachelor’s degree at the University of Manchester, UK, where she also undertook her basic and specialist dermatology training. Upon completion of her training, Dr. Veysey moved to Australia in 2011 and gained a fellowship with the Australasian College of Dermatologists. Since her Consultant appointment in Australia, Dr. Veysey has held positions at prestigious hospitals such as The Royal Women’s Hospitals and St Vincent’s Hospital, where she works within a multidisciplinary team for the treatment of skin cancer.
Dr. Veysey is also an active member of the clinical research community, authoring various peer-reviewed publications in renowned medical and dermatology journals.
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130 Murrummbeena road,, Melbourne, Australia, 3163 - 12.66 kilometers
Southern Dermatology - 12.66 kilometers
130 Murrummbeena road,, Melbourne, Australia, 3163
130 Murrummbeena road,, Melbourne, Australia, 3163 - 12.66 kilometers
Southern Dermatology - 12.66 kilometers
130 Murrummbeena road,, Melbourne, Australia, 3163

What is a Dermatologist? 

Dermatology is all about the skin, the body’s largest organ and an organ that can suffer an extraordinarily varied range of problems, illnesses, diseases, injuries and conditions. Dermatology comes with both medical and surgical aspects, a specialism involving the many different problems

that affect the skin and hair, mucous membranes, fingernails and toenails. Some dermatologists also handle cosmetic skin problems and most are experienced skin surgeons.

These professionals are especially important thanks to a sharp rise in worldwide cases of skin cancer. It’s the most common cancer as well as potentially one of the most deadly. Many Australian consultant dermatologists play a part in a multidisciplinary skin cancer team, collaborating with their fellow professionals including histopathologists, oncologists, plastic surgeons, and cancer nurses, working side by side with specialists in rheumatology-dermatology and gynaecology-dermatology.

When to see a Dermatologist?

Most people with a skin, mucous membrane, hair or nails problem go to their family doctor first. If they suspect there’s an issue they’ll refer you to a specialist dermatologist, especially if the condition is stubborn or keeps coming back. It’s particularly important to see someone if you’re experiencing changes to a wart or mole, both of which can indicate an early case of skin cancer. When the problem means you need to see someone who understands the cosmetic side of your condition, your doctor will refer you to a cosmetic dermatologist.

What conditions does a Dermatologist treat?

  • Acne
  • Alopecia Areata (Hair Loss)
  • Cysts
  • Dermatitis
  • Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis)
  • Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS)
  • Fungal Infection
  • Hives
  • Impetigo
  • Lupus
  • Measles
  • Melanoma / skin cancer
  • Minor Skin Surgery
  • Moles
  • Psoriasis
  • Rash
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)
  • Rosacea
  • Rubella (German Measles)
  • Sarcoidosis
  • Scleroderma
  • Shingles
  • Sjögren’s Syndrome
  • Skin Tags
  • Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE)
  • Vasculitis
  • Verruca
  • Warts (Viral)

What procedures can you find at a Dermatology clinic in Australia?

The list of conditions treated by a dermatologist is unusually long, which means there’s also quite an extensive list of procedures available:

  • Acne and Scarring Treatments
  • Cautery
  • Cryotherapy
  • Excision Of Skin Lesion
  • Mesotherapy
  • Mole Removal
  • Skin Cancer Screening
  • Skin Cancer Surgery
  • Tattoo Removal
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What should you expect at a dermatology clinic?

A family doctor’s referral is usually your first step. Because a dermatologist is tasked with keeping your skin healthy they will ask about your medical history, family history and lifestyle, all of which can impact the skin’s overall health. To help them come to an accurate diagnosis you’ll be asked about the condition itself, and they’ll make a careful physical examination if necessary. They might provide you with a skincare plan at your first appointment, designed to help improve its condition. If you need some kind of specialist medical care they’ll either recommend it themselves or refer you to another dermatologist with expertise in your particular condition. If surgery is on the cards they’ll refer you to a surgeon.

How can I book an appointment with a dermatologist?

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