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Ms Julia Einwachter-Thompson - Dermatologists
48/50 Gordon Street, Glasgow, United Kingdom, G1 3PU - 0.29 miles
Sk:n Clinics - Glasgow Gordon Street - 0.29 miles
48/50 Gordon Street, Glasgow, United Kingdom, G1 3PU
Acne, Acne Scaring, Hyperhidrosis (Excessive Sweating), Rosacea + 1 more

Dr. Julia Einwachter-Thompson received her medical degree in 1996 from medical school at the University Regensburg and Ludwig, in Munich, Germany. In 2004 she obtained her Certificate in Dermatology & Venereology and also underwent training in allergology and dermatosurgery.

Her areas of clinical interest include dermatological problems, mole checks, skin cancer, general dermatology, cosmetic dermatology, botox, fillers, chemical peels, acne, rosacea and hyperhidrosis. She is a member in the skin cancer network.

She is a member of the Scottish Dermatology Society, the British Medical Association, the Royal College of Physicians Edinburgh, the German Dermatology Society ( DDG), and the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD)

Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments
  • Skin cancer treatment
  • Mole removal and mole checks
  • General Dermatology
  • Botox for Hyperhidrosis
  • Treatment of Acne
  • Treatment of Rosacea
  • Cosmetic Dermatology:
  • Facial Botox
  • Dermal Fillers
  • Chemical peels
  • Laser: Facial thread veins, hair removal and pigmentation
  • Dermatological problems
  • Mole checks
  • Skin cancer
  • General dermatology
  • Cosmetic dermatology
  • Botox
  • Fillers
  • Chemical peels
  • Acne
  • Rosacea
  • Hyperhidrosis.
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What is a dermatologist? 

Dermatology is a branch of medicine dealing with the skin, a speciality with a medical as well as a surgical component. Essentially a dermatologist is a specialist tasked with managing diseases affecting the skin, the hair, the mucous membranes, and the nails. They sometimes also deal with cosmetic problems.

Most dermatologists are also skin surgeons, important since there’s been a worldwide rise in rates of skin cancer, the commonest cancer of all. A consultant dermatologist can lead an entire multidisciplinary skin cancer team, as well as caring for patients and managing input from experts like histopathologists, oncologists, plastic surgeons, and specialist cancer nurses. They can also work closely with relevant specialists in disciplines like rheumatology-dermatology and gynaecology-dermatology.

When to see a dermatologist?

Your first stop, unless the condition is very serious, tends to be your GP or family doctor. If you have problems with your skin, hair, nails, or mucous membranes, you should be referred to a dermatologist if the condition persists and doesn’t go away with everyday treatments at home. If you’re concerned about the cosmetic aspects of a skin condition you might be referred to a specialist cosmetic dermatologist. If you have a mole or wart that changes colour, size or shape, it’s wise to see a dermatologist since these are often indicators of early skin cancers. If that’s you, don’t delay!

What procedures can you find at a dermatology clinic? 

What should you expect at a dermatology clinic?

Your first visit to a dermatologist might come about thanks to a referral by your GP or family doctor. Because their focus is to maintain healthy skin for life, they will first take a detailed medical history from you, to inform an accurate diagnosis. They will ask questions about the condition that’s worrying you, and examine it if necessary, then use the information to create a workable skin care plan tailored to your unique needs.