Dermatology is the medical science of diagnosing and treating skin diseases affecting the skin, hair, and nails. It is a specialty with both medical and surgical aspects.

What do dermatologists do?

Dermatologists specialize in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of skin diseases and cancers. The skin is the largest organ in the body and also includes hair, nails, the wet areas of the mouth and genitalia. Typical skin consultations include acne, psoriasis, atopic eczema, skin infections such as warts, mole surveillance, melisma and occupational dermatitis. Dermatologists also conduct Mohs surgery and deliver cosmetic services such as laser therapy. The majority of dermatologist’s work in metropolitan private practice. However, many provide outreach services to rural and remote areas on a regular basis. A large number of dermatologists conduct outpatient clinics in public hospitals, and are involved in the training of dermatology registrars. Many are also involved in research, at both the basic science and clinical levels.

Scope of Research

Acne Vitiligo
Hives Melanoma
Eczema Alopecia
Psoriasis Pityriasis
Urticaria Ringworm Infections
Lichen Planus Seborrheic Dermatitis
Allergic Dermatitis Aesthetic Medicine
Dermatographic Urticaria Laser Therapy


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