Skin and Laser Treatments

Skin Treatments

A Dermatologist is a specialist in skin, hair and nail problems. The Canterbury Skin and Laser Clinic, Kent offers consultations with Dermatologists, Skin and Laser Specialists, Cosmetic Doctors and Aesthetic Nurses who are all qualified with years of experience to ensure the treatments you receive are safe and appropriate.

Our skin is the outward appearance of who or what we are, or would like to be. But it is more than just a simple cover. It is the largest organ of the body – a complex and dynamic system that is vitally important to our health, and sometimes reflects it as well.

Skin rashes could be due to allergy or to viral infections or familial conditions such as eczema and psoriasis. Skin lesions could be due to previous sun exposure causing skin damage, simple age related changes or may be just skin tags or moles, for example. It is clearly important to rule out skin cancer. A lump in the skin could be a multitude of diagnoses and do not always need to be excised. Clearly a diagnosis is the most important factor to establish, before then considering treatment with a laser or with surgical excision, if appropriate. Dermatologists are expert specialists, 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 disease.

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Skin Rejuvenation Without Surgery

There are numerous anti ageing treatments available these days, including injectables to remove lines and wrinkles as well as energy devices and other treatments to improve skin quality and firmness.
Some of these include:

Clearly in this expanding field, a Dermatology trained doctor will be able to advise you on the most appropriate cosmetic treatment plan that is best suited to your particular needs.

Laser Treatments

The Canterbury Skin and Laser Clinic offers laser treatments for Acne, Acne Scars, Hair removal, Tattoo Removal, Broken Veins and much more. Conducted by laser specialists in the heart of Canterbury, but also serving clients from other areas of Kent such as Ashford, Folkestone, Dover, Thanet and further afield.

Lasers work by emitting a very strong light of a single wavelength that is carefully matched to the absorption characteristics of the target tissue, whether this target be thread vein, hair or tattoo pigment, for example. The intense pulsed light is absorbed by the target and converted into heat thereby destroying the target. Because this destructive process is over in a tiny fraction of a second, there is little time for the heat to affect other tissue nearby, and because of this the risk of scarring is minimised. The Canterbury Skin and Laser clinic has several different lasers systems for a comprehensive range of skin and cosmetic treatments.

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26 Castle Street,

Contact Details
Telephone: 01227 472288
Fax: 01227 472288
Email: [email protected]


Why choose Canterbury Skin and Laser Clinic?

Here at Kent's leading private skin and laser clinic, our experts are specialists in all aspects of dermatology, skin cancer, anti-ageing and beauty treatments. We are one of the few skin clinics in the UK where all medical consultations and treatments are provided by specialist doctors with Dermatology experience and laser training.

Canterbury Skin and Laser Clinic is regulated by the Care Quality Commission, ensuring the best level of treatment is provided to you in a safe environment. Our Clinical Lead Dr Mark Hudson-Peacock is a member of the British Association of Dermatologists, the British Laser Medical Association, the British Hair and Nail Society, the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology and is certified by the Consulting Room. We have won many awards including the WhatClinic Patient Service Award in 2019 and the ghp Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Awards 2019.

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