Affecting 1 in 5 people in the UK, actinic keratoses are very common and caused by exposure to the sun. Although they are usually harmless, a small proportion can progress to become skin cancer and actinic keratoses are therefore generally treated. They can also be itchy or sore and many people feel embarrassed by their appearance. If this sounds like you, don’t worry.
Around 50 percent of males begin to lose their hair by the age of 50, but there is another type of hair loss that can occur at any age and affect both male and female patients. Alopecia areata is not a life-threatening condition, but losing your hair can strongly affect your confidence and have a major impact on your personal and social life. If alopecia is causing you psychological stress, help is available.
Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) is the UK’s most common type of skin cancer. It most frequently appears as a non-healing red bump or patch on the skin and is often found on the face, neck and torso. If you have signs of BCC it’s understandable to feel worried, but it is treatable if detected in time. Dr Daniel Glass is an expert in treating skin cancer and he and his team are here to give you peace of mind and eradicate the cancer in the earliest possible stage.
If your child is affected by a skin condition, The Dermatology Clinic team is here to help. All consultants within our clinic are trained in paediatric dermatology and offer a comprehensive range of skincare services for babies and children. An accurate diagnosis and treatment plan from one of our consultants can massively improve your child’s life and provide relief for the whole family.
Are you losing sleep, feeling distracted at work or struggling to concentrate due to itchy eczema? Or does your child suffer with eczema and feel unhappy as a result? Dr Daniel Glass has vast experience in eczema treatment and he and The Dermatology Clinic team look forward to improving your symptoms and allowing you to enjoy life once more.
If you find a cyst on your skin, it’s likely to give you cause for concern. Rest assured that in most cases, there’s no need to worry. Cysts are rarely a medical problem, but it’s understandable to feel self-conscious about their appearance. Based on London’s renowned Harley Street, Dr Daniel Glass and his team of dermatologists are experts in cyst removal and use effective treatment methods to ensure you feel confident in your own skin.
The excellent team here at The Dermatology Clinic are all experienced in treating genital skin conditions affecting both women and men. Skin problems in the genital area are very common but can be extremely distressing for those affected. Dr Glass and the team treat all their patients with the utmost respect and there’s no need to feel worried about your appointment as they sees conditions like yours every day. You really are in the best possible hands in this Harley Street clinic.
Many people are familiar with feeling sweaty during physical exercise, in hot conditions or even when they feel nervous, but for some, uncontrollable and excessive sweating is a condition that has major social and personal consequences.
A keloid scar appears when too much scar tissue develops around a healing wound. Although not dangerous, keloid scars can sometimes be painful to the touch and are often tender or itchy. They can also cause emotional distress as they affect the physical appearance. If you have a keloid scar that’s causing either physical or emotional upset, our team at The Harley Dermatologist can help. We use a range of effective techniques to treat keloid scars, the most popular being corticosteroid injections and surgery.
Lichen planus is a relatively common skin disorder characterised by an itchy rash. The rash is not contagious but it can cause a lot of physical distress and if you’re suffering, help is at hand. All of our experts at The Dermatology Clinic are trained in treating lichen planus and can offer a range of solutions to help improve your symptoms.
Malignant melanoma is a form of skin cancer that accounts for around 3 percent of skin cancer cases in Britain. It generally originates from the skin but can spread to other areas of the body, so if you’re concerned about a lesion on your skin, it’s important to get help from a professional dermatologist as soon as possible. Most malignant melanoma is treatable with surgery alone if caught early enough and Dr Daniel Glass is an expert in treating skin cancer, so you’ll be in caring and professional hands at The Dermatology Clinic.
Moles are very common and aren’t normally harmful, but many people feel self-conscious about their appearance. If you have a mole that affects your self-esteem, you’re not alone. The consultants at The Dermatology Clinic see plenty of people with the same problem all the time. There are also medical reasons for mole removal. As experienced dermatologists, Dr Glass and his team are qualified to remove moles during a simple outpatient procedure.
Molluscum contagiosum is a common skin infection that is generally harmless, but can cause itchiness or soreness in some cases. It can occur at any age, but is most common among young adults and children. Our professional consultants at The Dermatology Clinic, are experts in diagnosing and treating the symptoms of molluscum contagiosum.
Is your skin itchy, red and inflamed? These symptoms are key characteristics of psoriasis. Experts at The Dermatology Clinic are highly experienced in diagnosing this condition, as well as helping you work out the triggers and relieving your symptoms through effective treatment, all in the comfort of our modern London clinic.
Ringworm is a fungal infection that usually causes a red or scaly ring on the skin. Although not serious, ringworm is a contagious condition and can be both itchy and uncomfortable. If you’re suffering from ringworm, help is at hand. Our professional team at The Dermatology Clinic has vast experience in treating the condition and can use a number of fast-acting techniques to reduce your symptoms and help you feel better.
Rosacea can greatly affect your confidence and lower your self-esteem. If rosacea is causing problems in your life or stopping you from attending social events with friends, Dr Daniel Glass and his team at The Dermatology Clinic can help. Our professional team are vastly experienced in treating even the most complex skin conditions and can provide treatments to help alleviate your symptoms and restore your confidence.
Scabies is a common, itchy rash caused by mites. It can affect people of all ages but is most common in the elderly and the young. Although it’s not a serious illness, scabies is highly contagious and the symptoms can be extremely irritating. It’s important to seek immediate treatment as the symptoms can persist for months or even years if left untreated.
Seborrhoeic dermatitis, or seborrhoeic eczema, is a common skin problem affecting around 4 percent of the UK population. If you’re experiencing flaky, itchy inflamed skin and are unsure what to do about it, rest assured. Dr Daniel Glass and the consultant team at The Dermatology Clinic are highly experienced in treating various types of dermatitis using a range of modern and effective methods.
Also known as basal cell papillomas or seborrhoeic warts, seborrhoeic keratoses are common growths on the skin. They are usually harmless, but if you have one and wish to have it removed, The Dermatology Clinic team are here to help. Our team of qualified dermatologists are experts in treating all types of skin condition, using a range of highly effective methods.
Skin cancer is one of the world’s most common forms of cancer. One of the biggest risk factors is exposure to sunlight; people with paler skin tones are at a higher risk of developing skin cancer because they are more vulnerable to UV damage from the sun’s rays. Dr Daniel Glass is a consultant dermatologist and lead clinician for skin cancer at The Dermatology Clinic.
A lentigo is a patch of skin that contains an excessive amount of cells called melanocytes. These cells produce a dark pigment called melanin and cause a freckle-like appearance on the skin. There are several types of lentigo, but the most common are caused by the sun. These are known as solar lentigos.
Squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) accounts for around 10 percent of skin cancer cases in Britain and is the second most common form. The concept of skin cancer can be frightening and it’s understandable to feel anxious about what to do if you discover symptoms. If you think you might have SCC, it’s important to see a qualified dermatologist to put your mind at rest and get your symptoms treated as swiftly as possible.
Urticaria, also known as hives, is a common condition. Although not life-threatening, hives can get very itchy and cause you a lot of frustration. Urticaria can be acute (lasting a few weeks) or chronic (persisting for months or years).
Vitiligo is a non-contagious skin condition that causes patches of skin to lose pigmentation. Around 1 percent of the population are affected by vitiligo and although not life-threatening, it can cause distress due to its unusual appearance. If you’re feeling self-conscious as a result of your vitiligo, rest assured that our experts The Dermatology Clinic will aim to help restore your confidence.
Warts and verrucae are a very common yet often unwanted problem. The vast majority cause no harm, but if you have a wart or verruca you might experience pain and possibly feel self-conscious if they are visible. Rest assured that help is at hand! Consultants at The Dermatology Clinic have been treating skin problems for many years and provide the highest quality wart and verruca treatments.