“What I loved most was her willingness to take my knowledge of my disease and experience into consideration. I am very impressed and feel lucky to be in her care.”
“Dr. Crawley is always in such a good mood and always does her utmost to help. Best doctor I have ever seen!”
“Dr. Crawley has a wonderful manner, is clearly knowledgeable and is an asset to the hospital.”
“It was a pleasure to be there, the premises are excellent and the professionalism and care that was extended to me were equally excellent. I can’t fault any part of the process whatsoever and am pleased that the procedure seems to have been successful.”
Why would you want to wear sunscreen when it’s overcast or raining? Because the sun’s powerful UVA and UVB rays can penetrate through clouds and rain, harming your skin even in poor weather conditions. Wearing sunscreen in all weathers is the best way to protect against photodamage - the process by which the skin is damaged through consistent exposure to UVA and UVB rays, contributing to premature ageing and wrinkles, as well as an increased risk of skin cancer.
We all hate the thought of growing old and developing wrinkles. Okay, so it may be better than the alternative - but that doesn't mean you have to give in to the ageing process. Most of us want to fight the effects of ageing and look our best, and we have many treatments at Clinica London that can help you to do that. All of these procedures are safe and non-surgical. Read on to find out about our range of treatments and the many different problems we can help with, from crow's feet and forehead frown lines to overall skin rejuvenation.
It may have been Halloween recently, but you might get a fright when you look in the mirror and see dark under-eye circles that make you look like a zombie that's just emerged from the dead zone. But fear not - we have exactly the right treatment to help you at Clinica London. We use hyaluronate gel fillers to restore volume to those spooky sunken eye hollows and ghoulish dark circles. To find out what's involved in this very safe procedure read on. Or better still, give us a call to book in for an appointment and we'll soon have you looking bright-eyed, refreshed and most definitely in the land of the living!
If you have skin tags, you’ll appreciate how annoying they can be. They can catch on your glasses and your clothing, and they look unsightly. They may even remind you of your grandparents because they had them too. If you do have these troublesome growths, rest assured that they are completely harmless - but we know that you’d rather get rid of them. We can remove them quickly and painlessly at Clinica London. Even if you have multiple skin tags, we can in the vast majority of cases remove them all in the same day. For growths on your face, arms and body, you’ll see Dr Jennifer Crawley, our consultant dermatologist, and Dr Jane Olver, the oculoplastic surgeon, sees patients who have skin growths on their eyelids or around the eyes.
If you have pigmented moles, suspicious lesions or other troublesome skin conditions, you should see Dr Jennifer Crawley
If you suffer from pigmented moles or other lesions, such as seborrhoeic keratosis, acne or any other type of troublesome skin abnormality, you should see our consultant dermatologist, Dr Jennifer Crawley. Jennifer runs her private practice at Clinica London, where she treats and operates on skin conditions in our operating theatre. Dermatological surgery is not painful and patients often recover quickly. Jennifer can take a biopsy of any suspicious skin elevations and send them for analysis. She will also advise you on post-operative care and arrange any follow-up appointments.
If you have a skin lesion or other growth on your back, it can be difficult to see it yourself. You can get a friend or relative to have a look, and even take a picture of it so that you can see it. But the best thing to do is to see our consultant dermatologist, Dr Jennifer Crawley, who can determine the nature of your lesion. It could be a number of things, such as a lipoma, a skin tag or a sebaceous cyst. But it could also be a type of skin cancer. If you think that you might be able to tell if it was skin cancer, given the pictures you might see on the internet of discoloured, misshapen and ugly-looking cancerous lesions, you would be wrong. A slow-growing skin cancer such as basal cell carcinoma can seem small and innocent-looking in the early stages, presenting as little more than a pinkish, pearly bump. Dr Crawley can examine your back lesion and, if necessary, carry out a simple biopsy here at Clinica London.