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Best Dermatologists in London, UK

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Expert in: Dermatology
25 years of experience
Paediatric Dermatology

Dr Julia Scarisbrick is a Consultant Dermatologist currently working at The London Skin Clinic, 108 Harley Street. She has been a consultant since 2004 and trained in London at St Thomas’, University College and the Hammersmith Hospitals. She consults on all skin conditions for both children (above 12+) and adults. In addition to this she has published extensively on various aspects of dermatology and skin cancer. 

Julia provides a friendly and efficient family dermatology service. She is able to provide advice on the management of all skin conditions and offer support to help cope with living with skin problems. She can usually give a diagnosis and treatment plan or arrange suitable tests on the day of your appointment. When a referral is needed to another speciality she can readily arrange this. Julia is fully accredited with the GMC and is on the British Specialist Register of the General Medical Council. She is also a member of the British Association of Dermatologists.

Dr Scarisbrick has been described as being "very warm and caring and interested in me as a person as well as providing excellent care." It is this approach that makes her so popular with her patients, ensuring she provides a targeted and patient centred approach to her practice.


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Expert in: Dermatology
Recommended by 1 specialist
13 years of experience
Skin Cancer , General Dermatology , Cosmetic Dermatology + 2 more

Dr Ramia Mokbel is a substantive Consultant Dermatologist currently working at the private practice The Harley Street Clinic and her current post is St Mary’s Hospital, Imperial College Healthcare Trust in London. Her area of specialism is skin cancer. Her areas of interest include Skin cancer; Body Mole Mapping; acne; Psoriasis; Eczema; Hyperpigmentation; Inflammatory Skin Diseases and Skin Allergy. She also provides a mole mapping service, along with biopsies and skin regenerative procedures.

Dr Mokbel completed her dermatology training at numerous centres of excellence across London, including a Research Fellowship in oncoplastic breast surgery. In 2012 she was awarded a distinction in her Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Dermatology at Queen Mary University of London.

In addition, Dr Mokbel has many professional publications regarding her areas of expertise. She remains heavily involved in Medical Education and is an Honorary Senior Clinical lecturer at the Queen Mary University and is a Co-Module Lead in Lasers and Energy Based Devices.

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Expert in: Dermatology
21 years of experience
General Dermatology , Skin Cancer , Paediatric Dermatology

Dr Iaisha Ali is a consultant Dermatologist (doctor specialising in the treatment of skin conditions) in London. She specialises in treating acne, hair loss (alopecia) and hormone related skin disorders. She also conducts mole checks, mole mapping and the diagnosis and treatment of skin cancer as well as minor surgery.

She was head of the dermatology department at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust ( 2012-2017). She led the cancer service at Charing Cross Hospital, one of UK’s busiest centers, undertaking a regular operating list for skin surgery. 

Dr Ali completed her dermatology training in Oxford and was awarded a research degree from Oxford University for her research investigating hair changes in women after the menopause. 

She runs a specialist hair clinic for hair loss disorders and excessive hair growth. Dr Ali is passionate about research. She has published and presented her work extensively, both nationally and internationally. Dr Ali has been past Clinical Lead for the British Hair and Nail Group. She is a member of the British Association of Dermatologists, Royal College of Physicians and Royal Society of Medicine and American Academy of Dermatology.

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Expert in: Dermatology
25 years of experience
Paediatric Dermatology

Dr Nilesh Morar is a Dermatology Consultant and he works at Imperial College London, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, and the Royal Brompton. He was also Honorary Consultant Paediatric Dermatologist at Great Ormand Street Hospital.

Mr Morar was awarded the Wellcome Trust Fellowship in 2003 to pursue PhD at the Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics at the University of Oxford on the 'Genetics and genomics of atopic dermatitis'.

He has also produced research on HIV-related skin conditions and psoriasis and has been published in several journals.




 

 
 
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Expert in: Dermatology
31 years of experience

Dr Sarah Wakelin graduated in medicine at King’s College London in 1988. Wakelin completed her dermatological training as a senior registrar in the department of Cutaneous Allergy at St John’s Institute of Dermatology. She was then appointed as a consultant dermatologist at St Mary’s Hospital, Imperial College Healthcare Trust.

Wakelin completed her higher specialist dermatology training in 1998 and was appointed as a consultant at St Mary’s Hospital in 1999.  The last two years of her training were spent in the cutaneous allergy clinic, St John’s Institute of Dermatology, where she carried out research on latex allergy and lanolin allergy.  

Her special interests include inflammatory and allergic skin diseases and acne.

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Expert in: Dermatology
38 years of experience
General Dermatology , Skin Cancer

Professor Chris Bunker has been a Consultant Dermatologist at UCLH since 2010.  Previously he had been a Consultant at The Westminster (subsequently the Chelsea & Westminster, where he still does a specialist weekly NHS clinic), Charing Cross and The Royal Marsden Hospitals. He holds Personal Chairs at both Imperial College (since 2005) and University College (since 2010), London.

 

He was educated at Wycliffe College, Glos., St Catharine’s College, Cambridge and Westminster Medical School, London. He trained in general medicine in London, Derby and Oxford and Dermatology at The Middlesex and University College Hospitals. In the late 1980s he had a Sir Jules Thorn Research Fellowship at UCL and shared the Cambridge University prize for his MD thesis.

 

Professor Bunker has been President of the British Association of Dermatologists, the Dermatology Section of the Royal Society of Medicine, St John’s Hospital Dermatological Society, The Dowling Club, The West London Medico-Chirurgical Society and the Chelsea Clinical Society.  He has Chaired the Dermatology Specialty Advisory Committee and sat on the Council of the Royal College of Physicians. He has been the Chairman of the Consultants Medical Staff Committee at Chelsea & Westminster Hospital. He is currently Honorary Secretary of the British Skin Foundation and an elected UK Member of the Board of the European Academy of Dermatovenereology. He obtained a NHS Silver National Clinical Excellence Award in 2006. 

 

He is a general Dermatologist with 26 years’ experience as a Consultant in teaching hospitals and has trained over 100 other Consultants and taught thousands of medical students. He has published over 330 papers, case reports, books and chapters in books. He is also Honorary Consultant Dermatologist to the Royal Hospital, Chelsea and St Luke’s Hospital for the Clergy, London.

 

 
 
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Expert in: Dermatology
32 years of experience
General Dermatology , Skin Cancer , Morphoea

Dr Orteu is a senior Consultant Dermatologist with a broad experience of managing common inflammatory skin diseases such acne, eczema and psoriasis. She has a national and international reputation in the fields of Connective Tissue Disease (morphoea, systemic sclerosis, lupus erythematosus, overlap CTDs) and complex medical Dermatology (sarcoidosis, autoimmune blistering conditions, vasculitis). Her NHS practice is at the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust, where she has been a consultant since 2001. She has developed a Dermatology Connective Tissue disease service there, in close collaboration with Rheumatology colleagues, caring for over 500 patients with these conditions. She leads a monthly complex medical Dermatology clinic with Dermatology colleagues and is also interested in the impact of immune deficiency on the skin, attending a monthly joint clinic with Immunology colleagues caring for patients with Chronic Granulomatous Disease and other immunodeficiency diseases. She is a leading expert in the diagnosis and cutaneous manifestations of Fabry disease, a rare lysosomal storage disorder.

Notwithstanding her major interest in medical dermatology, she continues to undertake weekly surgical lists and has
over 25 years’ experience in undertaking mole checks, and in the diagnosis and excision of skin cancer and benign skin lesions.

She has over 30 peer-reviewed publications  principally on the immunological mechanisms involved in the generation of chronic cutaneous inflammation and auto-immunity,  morphoea, systemic sclerosis and scleroderma-like diseases, and on the cutaneous manifestations of Fabry disease. She has written and co-authored 10 invited chapters, notably for Rook's Textbook of Dermatology, Fitzpatrick's Dermatology in General Medicine, The Oxford Textbook of Rheumatology, and Rheumatic diseases and the skin.

She is a past president of the St John’s Dermatological Society, and a founding member of the British Society for
Medical Dermatology. She is the current Chair of the Dermatology Clinical Reference Group. 


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Expert in: Dermatology
Recommended by 1 specialist
12 years of experience
Cosmetic Dermatology , General Dermatology , MOHS Surgery + 1 more

Dr Waseem Bakkour is a Consultant Dermatologist and Dermatological surgeon at University College London Hospital. He specialises in skin cancer, using the highest standard procedure, Mohs micrographic surgery, which sees the highest skin cancer cure rates. Dr Bakkour runs the skin cancer and mole screening service at UCL Hospital. He also sees patients for a variety of other skin conditions such as acne, psoriasis, eczema, rosacea, and psoriasis.

Dr Bakkour is one of the only UK doctors to receive formal fellowship extensive education in the use of lasers in Dermatology procedures. He uses lasers to treat many conditions such as acne, scarring, pigment removal, and rejuvenation. Waseem also has extensive knowledge in cosmetic anti-ageing skin procedures including fillers, microneedling, dermabrasion, and chemical peels.

Dr Bakkour also does research in the clinical and cosmetic use of lasers, skin cancer, and dermatological surgery. He has presented around the world and has also lectured about Dermatology at the University of Manchester.

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Expert in: Dermatology
Recommended by 1 specialist
26 years of experience
Cosmetic Dermatology , Paediatric Dermatology , Morphoea

Dr Penelope Tympanidis is a Consultant Dermatologist and former Clinical Research Registrar at the Department of Dermatology at UCL/Middlesex Hospitals and at the Royal/UCL Medical School Campus. She is a Specialist in Dermatology and Venereology, paying special clinic interest to minimally invasive anti-aging techniques. 

After completing her medical degree at the University of Rome, she was then awarded a Scholarship in 1991 enrolling on the Cutaneous Surgery Course at the New England Medical Centre. She has extensive experience working in the field having gained first hand training at the UCL Hospital Trust in general dermatology, photodermatology, allergy and patch testing, paediatric dermatology, skin cancer clinics, vulval clinics and genitourinary medicine, laser treatment sessions, and dermatopathology. 

In addition to founding 'Dermaperfect', a skin clinic based in Harley Street, she also trains both junior plastic surgeons and junior dermatologists. 

Dr Tympanidis was the first dermatologist to perform biostimulation agents such as L poly-lactic acid since 2000, for skin rejuvenation and acne scars remodelling and she was the first to introduce facial sculpting and cheekbone enhancement as described by ‘The Telegraph' in 2005.

Her MD research and thesis is on vulval dermatology. She is considered an expert on acne scar treatment and vulval dermatology conditions.

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Expert in: Dermatology
12 years of experience
General Dermatology , Skin Cancer , Paediatric Dermatology

Dr Andrew Lock is a Consultant Dermatologist Trained in the UK.  He currently works as an NHS Dermatology Consultant at the Homerton University Hospital in North East London.  It is there that he sees adults and children with a wide range of skin problems.   He is currently part of the skin cancer team at the Homerton University Hospital where he can focus on his special interest in skin cancer and dermoscopic examination of moles and other skin lesions

Dr Lock is an esteemed member of the British Association of Dermatologists and through his career has published articles on a wide range of skin conditions.  

Through his role as an NHS Dermatology Consultant, Dr Andrew Lock has gained experience across all aspects of paediatric and adult dermatology.  Dr Lock can provide specialist consultations and insight into a number of dermatology areas including but not limited to moles, skin cancer, warts, eczema, urticaria (hives), psoriasis, acne, rosacea and hyperhidosis (excessive sweating).  Dr Lock has an interest in skin cancer and dermoscopic examination of moles and other skin lesions.

 

 

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What is a Dermatologist? 

Dermatology is the term used for the treatment and diagnosis of any disorders related to the skin, hair and nails. If you are looking for a leading dermatologist, then Doctify will help you to find a dermatology physician to fit this need. Dermatological problems can be a cause of real issues to your self-confidence, and so we provide the very best dermatologists for you. Whether you are looking for a dermatologist for acne treatment or other conditions such as dermatitis or psoriasis, be assured that Doctify will find a dermatology doctor in a top-rated hospital to suit your own personal symptoms or condition. So, don’t just live with your dermatological condition. With the help of Doctify and our team of dermatology experts, get the diagnosis to help you move forward.

When to see a Dermatologist?

A dermatologist should be sought if you have concerns about your skin, hair, and nails. Dermatologists see patients that suffer from hair loss, nail problems and various skin problems. They commonly treat acne, itchy skin and they can see you when you are concerned about a mole or skin lesion.

What procedures can you find at a Dermatology clinic?