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- B.Med.Sci.University of Tasmania1987
- MB.BS.University of Tasmania1990
- FACDAustralasian College of Dermatology2005
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FeeIndicative fees provided by healthcare professional for private patients.Last updated: 17/02/2015
- First visit Dermatology £ 250
- Subsequent visits Dermatology £ 160
- Allergy testing from £ 120Request price
- Photodynamic therapy from £ 650Request price
- Punch biopsy from £ 500Request price
- Shave biopsy from £ 500Request price
- Skin biopsy from £ 500Request price
- Skin lesion biopsy from £ 500Request price
- Skin lesion removal from £ 600Request price
- Treatment of warts from £ 120Request price
- Wood's lamp examination from £ 0Request price
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Question about Alopecia in men"Some men lose their hair. I have seen lots of commercials about products that can prevent hair loss. Is there any way to truly prevent certain men from going bald?"
The first step is to get an accurate diagnosis to understand what is causing the hair-loss. A Dermatologist that specialises in hair-loss conditions can help with that. If the cause is androgenetic alopecia (male-pattern balding), then the two methods clinically proven to prevent further hair-loss, halt hair-loss, or recover hair already lost, are oral Finasteride, and topical Minoxidil. Both treatments though are taken on an ongoing basis. It is important to have baseline clinical photographs prior to starting treatment, to measure that the treatment is effective. You should speak with a Dermatologist to understand any potential risks and side-effects with both treatment options.
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