We started with our first clinic in Hove. The Hove Skin Clinic opened in 2006, followed by the Brighton Laser & Skin Clinic in 2010 and more recently the state of the art Worthing Laser & Skin Clinic in 2016. Our vision has always been to provide the full package of Dermatology Care to our patients. Over the years our team has expanded by welcoming Maxillofacial, Plastic, Oculoplastic and Orthopaedic Consultant Surgeons.
We cater for all your Dermatology needs whether it’s a skin rash, skin cancer or general skin care advice. With our state of the art, purpose-built facilities and high-tech equipment, we provide the widest range of treatments from Minor surgery, Mohs Micrographic Surgery, a wide range of non-invasive Cosmetic treatments, Cosmetic Surgery, Laser treatments, Photodynamic light therapy, Mole scanning and tracking, Skin Allergy testing, Phototherapy and many others.
The Worthing Skin Clinic is the only facility in the South East of England to provide private Mohs micrographic surgery to treat complex skin cancers and private Phototherapy treatment (UVB and PUVA).
Do the doctors at the clinics also work for the NHS?
Yes, all our Doctors also work within the NHS: Sussex and Surrey Community Dermatology Service, Brighton General Hospital, Queen Victoria Hospital, Surrey and Sussex NHS Trust, Eastbourne General Hospital.
Are you registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC)?
Yes, all three clinic locations have been inspected by the CQC and the reports are available here:Worthing Laser & Skin Clinic
Hove Skin Clinic
Brighton Laser & Skin Clinic
Why choose Laser & Skin Clinics?
We cater for all your Skin care needs, with a talented and very experienced team of UK -trained specialists you can be assured to receive the very best and safest treatment for you and your family. From your first contact with the clinic via email or phone, to your consultation, treatment and after care, you are guaranteed to have an outstanding experience.
I can find cheaper cosmetic treatments such as Botox on the high street
Yes, many of the cosmetic treatments are nowadays offered widely on the high street, sometimes you may see offers such as 3 for the price of 2. The cosmetic industry lacks regulation in the UK and anyone, without any medical background, can legally provide treatments such as Botox and dermal fillers. More and more we see patients coming to us with complications from cosmetic treatments done on the high street by beauticians or nurses, who work without doctor’s supervision. Botched procedures are unfortunately on the rise. Please remember, safety is paramount! Check your practitioners’ credentials, ask yourself if they understand human anatomy and can deal with complications, should they occur. Can they prescribe antibiotics if required or dissolve your filler in an emergency situation? If ‘No’ is an answer to any of these, find another practitioner.
What is a Dermatology Consultant?
In the UK, a Dermatology Consultant or Dermatologist, is a top Skin specialist doctor, with many years of training. A dermatologist specialises in all aspects of skin care, skin disease, skin surgery and cosmetic treatments. A Dermatology Consultant will be on the specialist register with the General Medical Council (GMC).
What is a Cosmetic Surgeon?
Cosmetic surgeons are Consultants from different specialities, who perform cosmetic surgery. Cosmetic Surgeons are usually Maxillo-facial, Plastic, Oculoplastic and ENT Consultants. All Consultants will be on a specialist register with the GMC.
What is an Aesthetic Doctor?
An aesthetic doctor would have had training in providing cosmetic treatments. Aesthetic doctors often have a background in General practice or dentistry.
What is an Aesthetic practitioner?
An aesthetic practitioner often has a nursing background or may have no medical background. Aesthetic practitioners would have done training courses and be competent in non-invasive treatments such as Laser or light chemical skin peels under the Doctor’s supervision.