Discover a wide range of advanced dermatological procedures at Origins Dermatology Centre. Our team offers personalized treatments to address various skin concerns, including medical/surgical dermatology, aesthetic dermatology, phototherapy, mole photography, and more. Experience expert care and transformative procedures tailored to your unique needs for healthier, revitalized skin.
Medical/Surgical Dermatology involves the diagnosis, treatment, and management of skin conditions through medical interventions and surgical procedures. It encompasses a wide range of treatments, including medications, injections, minor surgeries, and more, to address various dermatological issues such as skin infections, skin cancer, inflammatory disorders, and skin lesions.
Aesthetic Dermatology focuses on enhancing the appearance of the skin, promoting a more youthful and aesthetically pleasing look. It encompasses a variety of non-surgical treatments and procedures aimed at improving skin texture, tone, and overall appearance. Aesthetic Dermatology includes treatments such as Botox injections, dermal fillers, chemical peels, laser resurfacing, and microdermabrasion, among others.
Mole photography is a non-invasive imaging technique used to capture detailed photographs of moles and other skin lesions for dermatological evaluation. It involves taking high-resolution images of the skin using specialized cameras or dermoscopes, allowing dermatologists to closely analyze moles for signs of skin cancer or other abnormalities.
Phototherapy, also known as light therapy, is a medical treatment that utilizes specific wavelengths of light to manage various skin conditions. It involves exposing the skin to controlled doses of ultraviolet (UV) light or other targeted light sources to alleviate symptoms and promote healing.
Patch testing is a diagnostic procedure used to identify allergic reactions or sensitivities to specific substances that come into contact with the skin. It involves applying small patches containing various common allergens to the skin, usually on the back, and leaving them in place for a specific duration, typically around 48 hours.