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Dermatologist Dubai - Cosmocare Dermatology Clinic
Cosmocare dermatology clinic in Dubai is proud to offer a complete private dermatology consultation program for all skin conditions and all age groups. New patients are accepted with or without physician referrals. We do our best to schedule patients rapidly and minimize wait time because we understand that your time is precious. Daily appointments are available for urgent or priority cases.
Skin conditions treated include acne, rosacea, eczema, skin rashes and skin allergies, scars, pigmentary disorders, screening and surgical treatment of skin cancers.
Dr Murtuza Bandukwala, MD is a certified specialist Dermatologist and Fellow of American Academy of Dermatology
Fluent in: English and Hindi
Qualifications: MD, Dip Derm (UK), FAAD • Specialist Dermatologist and Fellow of American Academy of Dermatology (FAAD) • Diploma of Dermatology from Royal College of Physician & Surgeon (Glasgow)
He is a highly progressive and well read dermatologist who believes in taking advantage of the latest technological advances for quality care tailored to patients needs, based on the current guidelines and protocols laid by AAD..
Our Dubai dermatology clinic offers specialist diagnosis and treatment of skin diseases and skin cancer in both adults and children. Our team of licensed doctors is made up of highly qualified and hospital-based consultants.
How many people get skin disease?
The skin is the largest and most visible organ of the body. It reflects the health of the body and acts as a barrier against injury and bacteria. Unfortunately, at one time or another, nearly everyone has some type of skin disease - infants, children, teenagers, adults and the elderly. One in six (15%) of all visits to the family doctor (GP) involves a skin problem.
What are the most common skin disorders?
Common skin diseases include
- Skin cancer
- Fungal infections
- Psoriasis - a skin disorder which affects 100,000 UAE.
- Acne affects every teenager to one degree or another.
- Hand dermatitis, resulting from external contact with detergents and household chemicals, affects most women with young families.
- One in six of all children develop atopic eczema
- One in five persons suffers from cold sores (herpes simplex).
1. Laser hair removal
2. Face Lift
3. Filler and Botox
4. Fractional laser for Acne scar, Skin tightening and uneven pigmentation
5. Chemical peeling for pigmentation
6. Mesotherapy for hair growth and skin rejuvenation
7. Tattoo removal by laser
1. Acne, Pigmentation & Eczema treatment
2. Hair and nail treatment
3. Warts and mole removal
4. Skin cancer screening and surgery
5. Cryotherapy for skin lesion
6. Electrocautery for skin lesion
7. Phototherapy for psoriasis and Vitiligo
8. Allergy test
How are dermatologists trained?
Dermatologists are medical doctors. In Dubai, after completing six years of medical school the dermatologist-to-be must complete a general medical training programme which usually takes 3 to 4 years. After a rigorous examination (FRACP) he or she is then eligible to enter advanced training.
What do dermatologists do?
Trained dermatologists usually combine several activities – seeing patients in public hospital clinics and/or in private practices, acting as consultants to other specialists, teaching, and delving into clinical or basic research.
Dermatologists must have expertise in basic sciences including microbiology, pathology, biochemistry, physics, physiology, and endocrinology. They must be familiar with all the other medical specialties because of their consultant work and because skin diseases are often associated with internal conditions.
Dermatologists perform skin surgery in many situations:
- To prevent or provide early control of disease, eg remove skin cancer.
- To improve the skin's appearance by removing growths, discolorations, or damage caused by ageing, sunlight or disease.
- To establish a definite diagnosis (biopsy).
Is the work of dermatologists changing?
Dermatology is constantly adapting itself to meet the changing medical challenges of our society. New drugs may cause unusual side-effects; pesticides, industrial compounds and cosmetics continually pose new dermatological problems. More leisure time and outdoor work has increased the exposure to the sun and other hazards which can cause skin disease.
Sun protection is essential to reduce the burden of skin cancer and other signs of photo damage.
How to get an appointment with a dermatologist ?
Arrange to see a dermatologist as soon as possible when symptoms of skin disease appear, or when current therapy is ineffective. Expert diagnosis, rapid cure, or good management means decreased cost and less suffering.
There is a growing trend for some family practitioners that have an interest in dermatology to call themselves ‘skin specialists’; they are not Registered as Specialist Dermatologists in Dubai, UAE.