Treatment Guides

Aesthetic & Clinical Dermatology

About treatment

When it comes to your skin, there are many ways to restore your youth. Dermatology treatment can also be a necessary and expensive solution for a range of medical issues. Going abroad for aesthetic and clinical dermatology can be a more affordable way to get yourself into skin you feel comfortable in. We work with a variety of some of the best dermatology doctors abroad. This means there is an extensive list of treatments available to choose from. If you are looking to have dermatology treatment, we recommend first getting in touch to discuss with a doctor which procedure is right for you. 

Who is this for 

  • People suffering dermatological conditions such as acne, eczema, rashes and moles. 

  • Individuals with fine lines and wrinkles

  • Those with acne scarring

  • People unhappy with aging skin

How to prepare 

For each dermatological treatment, there is a specific set of steps your doctor will advise. Consultation with your doctor will be most important to understanding your skincare objectives and which treatments will work for you. 

If you are looking for clinical dermatology, your doctor will need to understand your current dermatological dilemma and past medical history. To prepare for the most appropriate treatment, your doctor may need to perform a blood test, skin swab or biopsy. 

Those looking for dermatology treatment for more aesthetic reasons will still need to provide the doctor with any underlying medical conditions. Some procedures, such as Botox can exacerbate certain medical conditions, making it important you ensure your safety with your doctor. 

What procedures are available 

Nearly all practised dermatology treatments are available at a more affordable price abroad. Some of the most popular treatments include: 

  • Dermal fillers: this is considered a non-surgical facelift. The fillers are injected into the skin to fill out any fine lines and wrinkles. By plumping up the skin, patients leave with a more youthful appearance. 
  • Botox injection: This treatment relaxes the muscles to combat fine lines and wrinkles. It is used to create a smoother appearance and reverse the visible signs of ageing. 
  • Mole removal: these skin lesions can be removed for a variety of reasons. Commonly, mole removal is used in the prevention and treatment of skin cancers. They can also be removed for diagnostic purposes, to prevent irritation and infection.
  • Laser-skin resurfacing: this treatment creates controlled wounds of the skin that triggers the growth of new skin cells. It is used to reverse the visual effects of ageing and acne scarring, such as wrinkles, spots and unwanted texture. 

There is a wealth of available treatments when it comes dermatology. Get in touch to discuss your objectives so we can help you find the procedure that is right for you. 

Taking care after treatment 

You will likely be allowed to leave the clinic shortly following treatment. Most of the time, patients are advised to avoid direct, unprotected exposure to sunlight. Dependent on the treatment performed, patients will be informed of specific precautions to take. 

Be aware of the risks 

Most dermatology treatments are minimally invasive, making them low risk. The risks fluctuant dependent on treatment type but the common concerns include: 

  • Temporary weakness of facial muscles 
  • Bruising, swelling or infection 
  • Changes in skin colour 
  • Flu-like symptoms 
  • Allergic reactions 


Most patients are satisfied with the results of their dermatology treatment. It can be a quick and relatively painless solution to restoring your youth and maintaining a healthy glow. The lifespan of treatment results vary. Patients may need to get the procedure repeated over time in order to achieve consistent, long-lasting results.


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