A dermatologist provide support for cosmetic issues, helping patients to revitalize the appearance of their skin, hair, and nails.
What dermatologists do?
Trained dermatologists usually combine several activities – seeing patients in public hospital clinics and/or in private practices, acting as consultants to other specialists, teaching, and delving into clinical or basic research.
Dermatologists must have expertise in basic sciences including microbiology, pathology, biochemistry, physics, physiology, and endocrinology. They must be familiar with all the other medical specialities because of their consultant work and because skin diseases are often associated with internal conditions.
Dermatologists perform skin surgery in many situations:
To prevent or provide early control of disease, eg remove skin cancer.
To improve the skin's appearance by removing growths, discolourations, or damage caused by ageing, sunlight or disease.