Medical SKIN conditions
Information on various medical and skin conditions is provided.
If you suffer from any of these conditions, we recommend scheduling an appointment with Dr Tina Fang.
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Medical & Skin Conditions
Acne can arise from a combination of factors, including an overproduction of sebum (skin oil), hormonal fluctuations, and the presence of certain bacteria on the skin.
Rosacea is a long-term skin condition that mainly affects the central face and usually begins to develop between the ages of 30 and 60.
Melasma is a skin condition where dark patches or spots appear on the face. It happens more often in women and is linked to factors like genetics, hormones, and sun exposure.
Solar Lentigo / Sunspots
Solar lentigo, also known as a lentigo or lentigines, is a harmless condition where patches of darkened skin appear. It occurs when the skin is exposed to sunlight, causing certain skin cells to produce more pigment called melanin.
Skin Laxity and Sun Damaged Skin
As we age, our skin becomes less firm and elastic, leading to skin laxity.
The treatments for skin laxity and sun-damaged skin vary depending on the severity and specific concerns of the individual.
Hair loss can occur due to various reasons, including-
- Decrease in the growth phase of hair cycle
- Increased shedding of hair during the resting phase of the hair cycle
- Hair shaft abnormalities
- Inflammatory skin diseases
Skin and Nutrition
Proper nutrition plays a vital role in maintaining healthy skin, as nutrients like vitamins A, C, and E, along with essential fatty acids, support collagen production and protect against oxidative damage.
Benign Moles, Skin Tags and Warts
Dr. Tina is well-known for her experience in using a Radio-frequency device to remove benign moles, skin tags and warts.
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Call us on 07 3852 4878 or simply book an appointment