Dr. Anshoo Sahota

Dr. Anshoo Sahota

  • Dermatology (
    • Dermatological surgery
    • Skin cancer (management)
    • Eczema
    • Acne

Medical practice

Highgate Hospital 19 View Road Highgate London N6 4DJ Tel: 020 8341 4182 N64DJ Highgate, Greater London | map

Schedule: Tuesday 12.40 - 16.00


Medical practice

The Wellington Diagnostics & Outpatients Centre Roman House 296 Golders Green Road London NW11 9PY Tel: 020 8736 1100 NW119PY Golders Green, Greater London | map

Schedule: Tuesday 17.00 - 20.00


Medical practice

46/50 Sunny Gardens Road Hendon London NW4 1RP Tel: 0208 457 4500 NW41RP Hendon, Greater London | map

Schedule: Tuesday 08.30 - 11.00


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Holly House Hospital High Road Buckhurst Hill Essex IG9 5HX Tel: 020 89361201 IG95HX Buckhurst Hill, Essex | map

Schedule: Monday 17.30 - 20.00


Medical practice

Spire Roding Hospital, Roding Lane South Redbridge Essex IG4 5PZ Tel: 020 8709 7878IG45PZ Wanstead, Greater London | map

Schedule: Wednesday 13.30 - 3.30


Medical practice

13 Crosswall, Tower Hill, London EC3N 2JY Tel: 020 7488 5060 EC3N2JY Central London, Greater London | map

Schedule: Friday 17.00 - 20.00

Curriculum Vitae


  • BSc Hons, FRCP
  • MB BSKings College London1991

Expertise in


  • English
  • Punjabi




  • Hypertrophic scar revision
  • Skin cancer surgery
  • Skin lesion removal
  • Treatment of warts

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Dr. Anshoo Sahota

Dr. Anshoo Sahota

Fucidin H is a topical treatment which contains an antibiotic (fusidic acid) and a mild steroid (hydrocortisone).

It is not typically used for psoriasis unless that particular combination of ingredients were required.

It is rare for psoriasis to become infected so the fusidic acid is unlikely to help.

I rarely recommend hydrocortisone for psoriasis as it is usually not strong enough to be effective

Dr. Anshoo Sahota

Dr. Anshoo Sahota

Yes. Dermatologist are the experts in Rosacea treatment. Typically an oral treatment such as doxycycline would help both the eye and skin involvement.

Dr. Anshoo Sahota

Dr. Anshoo Sahota

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