A healthy tan isn't very healthy at all. Find out how cumulative sun damage (resulting in tanning) can be in fact dangerous. Sunburns are one of the principal causes of melanoma. Learn how to protect yourself from skin cancer in this blog post.
Overexposure to sunlight (UV irradiation) can cause skin cancer. To avoid surgery, disfigurement or death, early detection and treatment are crucial. If you suspect you might have a skin cancer, we urge you to see a medical dermatologist, like Dr Jennifer Crawley, so we can know for sure. In this blog post, we'll share early warning signs with which you might need to concern yourself.
Dr Jennifer Crawley, the Consultant Dermatologist at Clinica London, does skin mole checks and assesses and treats other skin lesions such as suspected skin carcinomas and keloid scars. In this post, we'll share the most commonly quoted fees we charge in this area of expertise and provide a link to our formal medical dermatology price list that you can download.
This Clinica London long-form article examines the role of driving and ultraviolet transmission through the glass, sun protective creams, sunglasses and clothing to help protect our skin from UVA and UVB. It's a must-read post for anyone who wants to avoid sun-damaged skin and skin cancers while still enjoying the great outdoors.
In this post, I discuss the A, B, C, D and E of melanoma. This memorable template will help you detect melanomas early. Early detection is important because if a melanoma measures over 6 mm, there is only a 50% 5-year survival rate. This template was designed for inexperienced people to have the same facility to look at skin lesions as experienced people.
When is a skin biopsy required, how do skin biopsies work, and what recommendations do we give to patients in whom we've detected skin cancer? Find answers to all of these questions in today's blog post.
Consultant: Jennifer Crawley Jane Olver 2017-08-18T06:15:21+00:00