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Access an unrivalled network of qualified consultant dermatologists in a professional and caring environment at Canterbury Skin and Laser Clinic.
Conditions we treat
We treat a variety of conditions across all of our clinics, ranging from acne, age spots, alopecia and rosacea.
Treatments we offer
We have a wide selection of treatments available for both newly diagnosed and existing conditions.
We have partnered with Heliocare, to offer a range of multi-award-winning products that provide daily protection from the sun.
Why Choose Canterbury Skin and Laser Clinic?
We are one the few skin clinics in the UK where all medical consultations and treatments are provided by specialist doctors with Dermatology experience and laser training. The service is overseen by Consultant Dermatologists with years of experience in all types of laser treatments, so you are assured of the best possible care at all times. We offer a comprehensive range of skin and laser treatments in the Kent areas of Canterbury, Dover, Ashford and the surrounding towns.
KENT’S LEADING PRIVATE SKIN AND LASER TREATMENT CLINIC
At The Canterbury Skin and Laser Clinic, we offer consultations with Dermatologists, Skin and Laser Specialists, and Cosmetic Doctors. Our specialists are all qualified with years of experience to ensure the treatments you receive are safe and appropriate.
Dermatologists are experts, not only of the skin, but also of allergic conditions such as contact dermatitis, hair problems such as alopecia (hair loss), and nail problems such as fungal nail conditions. If you have concerns about any of these areas, please call to make an appointment to see one of our specialist consultant dermatologists.
In October 2010, the Government implemented a change in the regulation of providers of cosmetic laser treatments, and some surgical treatments including the use of anti-wrinkle injections such as dermal fillers and neurotoxins by totally removing these from the regulatory body, namely the Care Quality Commission, that had previously overseen standards. This means that anyone could now treat you with a class IV laser, or inject you with a filler, without any significant training. We can reassure you that our clinic remains committed to providing safe cosmetic and laser treatments in an environment that is fit for purpose. We remain registered with, and regulated by, the Care Quality Commission.
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Our Best Working Practices
Treatments can last for years so we take the time to get to know you before we treat you. That's why we spend time getting to know you and what matters most, so that every treatment is tailored to your skin's unique needs.
We pride ourselves on delivering the best treatments possible, that's why we take great care to use state of art equipment guided by expert Consultant Dermatologists, with a strong emphasis on outstanding client satisfaction.
Your treatment doesn’t end when you leave the clinic! After your treatment, our patient care team will be in touch to make sure you don’t just look great but feel fantastic too. And to arrange follow-up treatments, if needed.
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