Dr.

Martin Wade

Dermatologist

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Experience and Qualifications

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  • Dr Martin Wade B. Med Sci, MB. BS., FACD. is an Consultant Dermatologist who specialises in hair and scalp conditions, skin cancer and general dermatology including acne.
    Dr Wade sees and treats male and female patients, including children, suffering from hair and scalp conditions including male pattern baldness, female hair loss, alopecia, alopecia areata, androgenetic alopecia and scarring alopecia.
    As an Australian Dermatologist, Dr Wade is experienced in treating skin cancer and melanoma and performs full skin checks and mole assessments, and performs biopsies and minor surgical procedures.
    Dr Wade also consults on General Dermatology including acne.
    Dr Wade is recognised by all major UK health insurers, is registered with the General Medical Council (on the specialist register for Dermatology) and is a member of a number of international Dermatology associations including the British Association of Dermatologists, Australasian College of Dermatologists, and the American Academy of Dermatology.
    Dr Wade’s NHS post is with Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust awhere he is the Clinical Lead for Dermatology and Lead Clinician for the Skin Cancer multi-disciplinary team.
    He works privately in London at The London Skin and Hair Clinic.

Diseases

  • Alopecia in men
  • Alopecia areata
  • Alopecia in women
  • Androgenetic alopecia

Services

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The London Skin And Hair Clinic

Harcourt House-Suite 27 19 Cavendish Square, W1G0PL London

Questions from patients

Question about Alopecia in men

Some men lose their hair. I have

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?
Martin Wade Dermatologist London
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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