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Vbeam Prima | Pulsed Dye Laser

The Vbeam Prima is one of the leading pulse dye lasers used by dermatologists and physicians for many conditions. In addition, it’s can successfully rejuvenate skin and reduce the appearance of wrinkles. At UK Dermatologist, we’re proud to offer such a specialized pulsed dye laser that can help patients safely and without surgery or extensive [...]

VBeam Lasers – What are they and how do they work?

The VBeam Prima and VBeam Perfecta are the gold standard of pulse dye laser technology. The Vbeam lasers use an intense beam of light delivered in long pulses. As a result, it makes it the perfect laser to treat many vascular conditions such as: Rosacea Thread veins Pigmentation Scarring Stretch marks Warts How do the [...]

Mole Removal : Understanding how to check moles

Mole Removal : Understanding how to check moles We all have moles and they’re uselessly harmless. However on occasion, a mole may change or evolve, it’s important to get any changing moles checked out. What are moles? A mole is a coloured and small spot on the skin. They’re often oval-shaped or round with a [...]

Laser Hair Removal: What is it and why get it?

Despite being commercially available for over 20 years, many potential recipients of laser hair removal are unsure about the treatment procedure and whether they should consider using it. To answer these questions, we have put together a quick guide: What is Laser Hair Removal? Laser hair removal is a medical procedure that uses a concentrated [...]

Mole Awareness Clinic

As summer approaches and the sun comes out of its hibernation, it’s the time of year when we will be taking off the extra layers of clothing to allow the sunshine on our skin. For dermatologists this is a busy time when those funny looking moles grab the attention of patients and their partners. The […]

What is Fractional Laser Resurfacing Treatment?

Fractional laser resurfacing treatment surpasses all other skin rejuvenation treatments available these days and according to those in the industry, is extremely effective for treating the majority of both deep and superficial skin problems.

What Is MOHS Surgery Used For?

MOHS surgery also referred to as MOHS micrographic surgery, is a surgical technique used by doctors to treat certain skin cancers. This surgery is an improvement to local standard excision.

Where Does Basal Cell Carcinoma Originate?

Where Does Basal Cell Carcinoma Originate? Basal cell carcinoma is one of the most common types of skin cancer and it normally occurs within areas of the skin that are exposed to excessive amounts of sunlight for long periods of time.