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4.2 / 5  Excellent
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Cosmetic Doctor Slievemore Clinic - Dr Lisa Fay

Cosmetic Doctor Slievemore Clinic

6-7 Merrion Court, Ailesbury Road, Dublin
Rating from 7 Reviews Excellent.Cathal, Dublin, 16 Jan 15

Excellent professional service.

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IPL Photorejuvenation facial veins €150 - €550
IPL Photorejuvenation pigmentation treatment €150 - €550
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4.7 / 5  Outstanding
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Caitriona Ryan Dermatology - Ballsbridge - Dermatology Clinic in Ireland

Caitriona Ryan Dermatology - Ballsbridge

62 Merrion Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, D04 W3P9
Professor Ryan is a Consultant Dermatologist at Blackrock Clinic, Dublin specialising in Medical and Cosmetic Dermatology. Professor Ryan attained a first class honours medical degree at University College Dublin where she graduated first place in her medical class. She commenced her training as a Dermatology Specialist Registrar at St. Vincent's University Hospital and completed a residency and research fellowship at the esteemed Baylor Dermatology Residency program in Dallas, Texas. Prior to her appointment as Consultant Dermatologist in St. Vincent's in 2016 she was Clinical Associate Professor of Dermatology for the Texas A+M Health Science Center and Vice Chair of the Department of Dermatology at Baylor University Medical Center, Dallas. She works as a Consultant Dermatologist at Blackrock Clinic and is an Assistant Clinical Professor at University College Dublin. Professor Ryan has published a textbook on psoriasis, six book chapters, an encyclopaedia chapter, and over 50 articles in peer-reviewed medical journals, including first author articles in JAMA and The Lancet. She regularly presents at international dermatology conferences. She has conducted both scientific and clinical dermatological research, and has conducted numerous drug trials in psoriasis and eczema. Professor Ryan specialises in medical and cosmetic dermatology. Her main areas of medical dermatological interest include psoriasis, melanoma, skin cancer, acne, atopic dermatitis (eczema), lup
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4.3 / 5  Excellent
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Ailesbury Clinic - Medical Aesthetics Clinic in Ireland

Ailesbury Clinic

David Lloyd Riverview (Ist Floor), Beech Hill Rd. Clonskeagh, Dublin, D04 AF10
Keratosis Pilaris Treatment €100 - €350
Keratosis pilaris (KP) is a genetic disorder of keratinization of hair follicles of the skin. It is an extremely common benign condition that manifests as small, rough folliculocentric keratotic papules, often described as chicken bumps, chicken skin, or goose bumps, in characteristic areas of the body, particularly the outer-upper arms and thighs. Although no clear etiology has been defined, keratosis pilaris is often described in association with other dry skin conditions such as ichthyosis vulgaris, xerosis, and, less commonly, with atopic dermatitis, including conditions of asthma and allergies. •Keratosis pilaris may be treated with topical immunomodulators . Although these products are approved for atopic dermatitis and eczema, their use would be considered off label for keratosis pilaris. These may be used in more resistant cases or when the patient has considerable skin redness or inflammation. •Photodynamic therapy (PDT) using a 2-step combination of a topical photosensitizer and a light source may be used in off-label fashion for the temporary treatment of keratosis pilaris. Available photosensitizers include aminolevulinic acid or methyl levulinate. Light sources include sunlight, blue light (417 nm), red light (630 nm), and multiple laser devices. PDT has been anecdotally reported as effective, but this successful use of off-label photodynamic therapy requires confirmation. •Laser hair removal (LHR) has been used in keratosis pilaris to decrease hair growth in affected areas. Theoretically, LHR may help decrease the portion of bumps in keratosis pilaris caused by small, coiled, ingrown hairs. There are no studies showing a cure of keratosis pilaris with LHR. •Laser therapies including more aggressive resurfacing lasers, carbon dioxide, fractional lasers, and other aggressive laser therapies have been used in limited cases for keratosis pilaris. There are no studies showing a cu
Dermatologist Consultation from €100
Dr. Treacy our resident Dermatologist is Chairman of The Irish College of Cosmetic Doctors and is Irish Representative of The British Association of Cosmetic Doctors. He is a member of The British Medical Laser Association, The American Society for Aesthetic Medicine, The American Society for Lasers in Medicine and Surgery, The European Society of Laser Dermatology, The European Society for Dermatological Surgery (ESDS), The International Society for Dermatologic Surgery, The International Academy of Cosmetic Dermatology
Acne Treatment from €100
Treatments at Ailesbury Clinic fall into three main categories: 1) Topical treament is adequate for mild acne. This works by exfoliating the skin and de-plugging the folicles. These treatments include: Agera Salicylic Wash which contains Salicylic acid and special hydrating agents, Agera Acne Shield which contains 2% Salicylic acid, 12% ascorbic acid and prostaglandin inhibitors to counteract the infection and inflamation associated with acne, Agera Peptide Antibac which contains and microbial enzyme to counteract infection, Topical Antibiotics e.g Arethromycin to kill bacteria in mild to moderately severe acne, RetinA Cream to reduce the number of comedomes - acne lesions. 2) Oral treatment with antibiotics, retinoids or hormones is prescribed for moderate or severe acne: Antibitoics i.e.The Clinic sometimes used during the infective phase of an outbreak, Anti-androgen is used in females resistant to antibiotics, with moderate to severe acne, treatment to reduce sebum production, inhibits bacteria and is anti-inflammatory and is used if the condition is severe or unresponsive to normal treatment. 3) Aurora Laser system, recently approved by the FDA for treatment of moderate acne vulgaries. This treatment is very safe. Recent advances in laser technologies mean this laser can now be used for acne in all skin types and in the treatment of acne scarring.
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Love Nutrition - General Practice in Ireland

Love Nutrition

33 South Main Street, Naas
Nutritional Therapy Clinics in DUBLIN AND NAAS, CO KILDAREI will help you get to the root cause of your health issues.DIGESTION AND GUT - Bloating, Constipation, Diarrhoea, Flatulence, Indigestion, Heartburn, WeightSKIN - Eczema, Psoriasis, Rosacea, Acne, Histamine etcAUTOIMMUNE - Rheumatoid Arthritis, Multiple Sclerosis, IBD, PsoriasisMENTAL HEALTH - Anxiety, Depression, Stress, Brain health etcAUTISTIC SPECTRUM DISORDER - Autism, ADHD, Dyspraxia, etcFOOD INTOLERANCE TESTING (IgG) - bloodFUNCTIONAL TESTING - Comprehensive Digestive Stool Analysis with Parasitology, Organic Acids Testing, H. Pylori, sIgA, Essential fats, Methylation, Nutrients etc.At Love Nutrition Helen will guide you to better health. Love Nutrition takes a functional medicine approach to health and wellness by finding the root cause of your symptoms/illness and then correcting them. Alongwith the consultations she offers advice, support, and laboratory testing, and a PERSONALISED ACTION & MEAL PLAN and SUPPLEMENTS when necessary, based on your results to ensure you get the best outcome and regain your health. Skin, digestion/gut, stress, and chronic inflammatory conditions are her areas of expertise as Helen suffered for years herself with extreme eczema and skin issues. She also specializes  in Mental Health issues - depression, anxiety, ADHD, autism. Testing for biochemical imbalances and healing them with advanced nutrient therapy is key to healing the brain, as well as focusing on the gut microbiome. S
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