“Enriching Lives by Enhancing Skin Health”

Professional & highly qualified team providing patients with medical, surgical and cosmetic dermatology services for optimal skin health.

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Patient Focused Care

Our focus and loyalty is first and foremost to our patients. We believe in delivering high-quality and compassionate care.

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Professionalism

As a specialist medical centre, we maintain a highly professional environment to carry out our clinical care.

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Expertise

Dermatologists are the peak medical specialty for the diagnosis and management of all skin, hair and nail problems.

DERMATOLOGIST MELBOURNE

Melbourne Skin & Dermatology is a specialist skin clinic providing consultations for skin conditions and concerns.

Our Services & Treatments

At Melbourne Skin & Dermatology, we are committed to providing you and your family with high quality dermatology services. Please select an area of interest from our menu to learn more.

Expert Acne Treatments in Melbourne

Acne, what we call pimples, can be a painful and socially embarrassing skin condition. Comedones are the key feature of acne. Comedones are commonly known as blackheads (open comedones) and whiteheads (closed comedones).

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Eczema Treatments

Eczema, or atopic dermatitis, is a very common red, dry, scaly and itchy skin condition that can occur at any time. It can be associated with other atopic conditions such as hay fever, asthma and food allergies. There is often a family history of similar conditions suggesting a strong genetic link.

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Psoriasis Treatments

Psoriasis is a very common condition that can occur at any stage of life. Psoriasis has many different varieties and can morph into different subsets with varying appearance. Psoriasis can affect the scalp, nails, skin folds, palms and soles, as well as the more typical locations such as the elbows.

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Rosacea Treatment Melbourne

Rosacea is a common and chronic disorder exclusively of facial skin. It is more common in patients aged 35-60 that have fair skin. Rosacea is probably best described as an inflammatory skin condition, although in addition to the immune system, nerves endings, blood vessels, genetics and UV radiation all play a role.

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Scars

A scar is a permanent textural change to the skin that is often associated with colour and contour changes. Scars develop from an injury to the dermal and subcutaneous layers of the skin, whether from external trauma or inflammatory skin conditions such as acne.

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Hair Disorders

Dermatologists are leading experts in the diagnosis and management of hair disorders. The two most common hair problems are either excessive hair loss or excessive and unwanted hair growth. Various hair care practices, rare genetic conditions and unusual infections can also cause other hair abnormalities.

Read More >

Vitiligo

Vitiligo is a common skin condition that causes white patches to appear on the skin. This is caused by a loss of the pigment-producing cells in the skin. In most people, only a few spots may appear, but in others the condition can be more widespread.

Read More >

Spots In Kids

A variety of different spots and rashes can occur in infants and kids that can sometimes be tricky to diagnose and manage. Common infective skin conditions such as viral warts, molluscum contagiosum, scabies and impetigo (school sores) all have their various treatment options.

Read More >

Skin Cancer & Skin Checks

Not all skin cancers are treated the same. While some need to be cut out completely, others can be scraped off, frozen or treated with creams or light and laser-based therapies.

Read More >

Cosmetic & Laser

Whether you are seeking to enhance your facial features or restore age-related changes, we prefer subtle improvements for a more natural appearance. We value age-appropriate restoration and facial harmony in our treatments. We want you to look like an improved and rested version of yourself.

Read More >

Lumps & Bumps

Whilst benign lumps and bumps such as moles, cysts and warty growths are harmless, they can sometimes cause irritation or annoyance and catch our attention. Surgery is not always required and other non‐surgical approaches may be appropriate.

Read More >

Hyperhidrosis (Excessive Sweating)

The word hyperhidrosis refers to excessive sweating. There are various types and causes for the condition. Commonly, dermatologists see patients with excessive sweating of the armpits, face, hands and feet.

Read More >

Our Services & Treatments

At Melbourne Skin & Dermatology, we are committed to providing you and your family with high quality dermatology services. Please select an area of interest from our menu to learn more.

Expert Acne Treatments in Melbourne

Acne, what we call pimples, can be a painful and socially embarrassing skin condition. Comedones are the key feature of acne. Comedones are commonly known as blackheads (open comedones) and whiteheads (closed comedones).

Read More >

Eczema Treatments

Eczema, or atopic dermatitis, is a very common red, dry, scaly and itchy skin condition that can occur at any time. It can be associated with other atopic conditions such as hay fever, asthma and food allergies. There is often a family history of similar conditions suggesting a strong genetic link.

Read More >

Psoriasis Treatments

Psoriasis is a very common condition that can occur at any stage of life. Psoriasis has many different varieties and can morph into different subsets with varying appearance. Psoriasis can affect the scalp, nails, skin folds, palms and soles, as well as the more typical locations such as the elbows.

Read More >

Rosacea Treatment Melbourne

Rosacea is a common and chronic disorder exclusively of facial skin. It is more common in patients aged 35-60 that have fair skin. Rosacea is probably best described as an inflammatory skin condition, although in addition to the immune system, nerves endings, blood vessels, genetics and UV radiation all play a role.

Read More >

Scars

A scar is a permanent textural change to the skin that is often associated with colour and contour changes. Scars develop from an injury to the dermal and subcutaneous layers of the skin, whether from external trauma or inflammatory skin conditions such as acne.

Read More >

Hair Disorders

Dermatologists are leading experts in the diagnosis and management of hair disorders. The two most common hair problems are either excessive hair loss or excessive and unwanted hair growth. Various hair care practices, rare genetic conditions and unusual infections can also cause other hair abnormalities.

Read More >

Vitiligo

Vitiligo is a common skin condition that causes white patches to appear on the skin. This is caused by a loss of the pigment-producing cells in the skin. In most people, only a few spots may appear, but in others the condition can be more widespread.

Read More >

Spots In Kids

A variety of different spots and rashes can occur in infants and kids that can sometimes be tricky to diagnose and manage. Common infective skin conditions such as viral warts, molluscum contagiosum, scabies and impetigo (school sores) all have their various treatment options.

Read More >

Skin Cancer & Skin Checks

Not all skin cancers are treated the same. While some need to be cut out completely, others can be scraped off, frozen or treated with creams or light and laser-based therapies.

Read More >

Cosmetic & Laser

Whether you are seeking to enhance your facial features or restore age-related changes, we prefer subtle improvements for a more natural appearance. We value age-appropriate restoration and facial harmony in our treatments. We want you to look like an improved and rested version of yourself.

Read More >

Lumps & Bumps

Whilst benign lumps and bumps such as moles, cysts and warty growths are harmless, they can sometimes cause irritation or annoyance and catch our attention. Surgery is not always required and other non‐surgical approaches may be appropriate.

Read More >

Hyperhidrosis (Excessive Sweating)

The word hyperhidrosis refers to excessive sweating. There are various types and causes for the condition. Commonly, dermatologists see patients with excessive sweating of the armpits, face, hands and feet.

Read More >

1165 Stud Road

ROWVILLE

(03) 8595 4288

Our main rooms in Rowville boast state-of-the-art facilities and equipment to deliver exceptional dermatology services to Rowville and surrounding Eastern and South-Eastern suburbs of Melbourne. Dedicated rooms for consultations, surgery, laser and other procedures are available for our patients. Ample free car parking is available in front of our clinic for the exclusive use of our patients. We look forward to inviting you to our Rowville rooms.

49 Mt Dandenong Road

RINGWOOD

(03) 8595 4288

Our Ringwood rooms are located next to East Ringwood reserve, across the road from Ringwood Private Hospital and just a dash away from Eastland Shopping Centre. Here we serve the outer Eastern suburbs of Melbourne in a modern and welcoming facility.

Plentiful parking is available at the rear of the property.

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