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Advanced Dermatology Dr H A De Beer

Advanced Dermatology Dr H A De Beer

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778 Pretoriusstreet, Arcadia, PretoriaSouth Africa

4.6 / 5  Outstanding
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Opening hours

Monday08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday08:00 - 17:00
Thursday08:00 - 17:00
Friday08:00 - 17:00
Prices from R 905 - Enquire for a fast quote from Advanced Dermatology Dr H A De Beer. Outstanding ServiceScore™: 4.6 from 109 votes. 2 verified patient reviews.

Popular Treatments

Dermatologist Consultation
Acne Treatment
Pigmentation Treatment
Facial Thread Veins Treatment
Deep Chemical Peel
Dermaroller™
Rosacea Treatment
Skin Diagnostics
Psoriasis Treatment
Age Spots Removal R 900
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About Advanced Dermatology Dr H A De Beer

Dermatological solutions for a range of skin problems are offered at Advanced Dermatology. The clinic is located at Silverlakes in Pretoria, South Africa.  Services provided include treatments for psoriasis and vitiligo, IPL based hair removal, cellulite treatments, treatments for eczema, treatments for acne and acne scarring, skin tightening and body shaping, chemical peels, radiofrequency based skin rejuvenation, IPL based skin rejuvenation and Dermaroller treatments for pigmentation, stretch marks and sun damaged skin.

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Patient reviews

from 2 verified reviews
07.09.2018
Anonymous, South Africa
( Verified user)

The clinic was clean and the professional staff were always happy to help

3 50 Pigmentation Treatment

I went to this clinic to get my pigmentation treated. I expected the treatment would make my skin lighter, but it didn’t work my case. They washed my face with salicylic acid and I bought some Classic Cream products to use at home (sunscreen SPF50 Plus, face wash and exfoliator). Twice a day I used the wash and applied the sunscreen, but I had to stop. I ended up consulting another doctor for a second opinion. Didn’t return to this clinic because they’re quite far (in Pretoria).

I was under the impression the treatment would bring back my complexion by removing dead skin cells. Unfortunately, it didn’t work; the results did not meet my expectations. That said, the clinic was clean and the professional staff were always happy to help. The receptionist was excellent, too. I’d actually like to return to them.

03.08.2017
Jabulile Shabalala, South Africa
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Good first experience

4 50 Pigmentation Treatment • Paid: R 730

I had a deep cleansing treatment to clear the pimples on the face.

Good first experience.

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Dermatology

Premises

Parking

Dermatology

 

Acne Treatment

R 900

Age Spots Removal

IPL (Intense Pulsed Light Therapy)

 

Dermatologist Consultation

 

Pigmentation Treatment

 

Psoriasis Treatment

Broadly the treatments can be thought of as a ladder of options, i.e.

Topical agents

Emollients Psoriatic skin tends to be very dry and this dryness can lead to a worsening of the psoriasis if it is not treated. Excessively dry skin can also cause itching. Regular lubrication of the psoriatic skin with Créme Classique Ointment and Créme Classique Anti-bacterial Cream is recommended to restore the moisture and flexibility of the skin. Topical corticosteroids, calcipotriol, coal tar derivatives and salicylic acid as well as dithranol can be used. They are usually used in combination and applied once or sometimes twice daily. The application of abovementioned topical agents must be used under strict supervision of a Specialist Dermatologist.

Topical steroids should be avoided as single agents as far as possible although the initial effects may be promising, plaques may become refractory to topical steroids with a resulting tendency to the use of a more potent preparation. A rebound effect is often seen on cessation of the therapy. Long term side affects include thinning of the skin, telangiectasia and super infection may occur. A severe postular form of psoriasis may be precipitated.

Coal tar Tar ointments are highly affective in treatment of Psoriasis and helps reduce itching. Its efficiency is due to an antimitotic effect. Coal tar is a complex mixture of many substances produced from coal. It has been used as a treatment of Psoriasis for over 100 years. It can be used on the whole body and the scalp. Therapeutic tars are derived from either coal or tar or wood tar. It may be crude or refined and are available as paste, ointments or creams as well as a shampoo. We strongly recommend over the counter Créme Classique Coal tar cream and Créme Classique Coal tar shampoo. A useful inexpensive mixture is coal tar solution 5% and salicylic acid 3% in white soft paraffin. S

alicylic acid Salicylic acid can be used for softening of scales

 

Rosacea Treatment

Rosacea Rosacea (pronounced rose ay shah) is a very common red rash on the nose and cheeks (butterfly area of the face) and sometimes on the forehead and chin. Many sufferers will flush and blush easily.

Causes

Huge amount of sun exposure over many years, especially in a fair skinned adult, usually with green/gray or blue eyes. Farmers, gardeners are prone ro Rosacea. Exposure to heat and cold can be the cause as well as cortisone creams on face.

How does Rosacea develop?

Usually the first sign is a persistent redness that looks like a blush or sunburn. This is caused by enlarged blood vessels under the skin called telangiectasia (tel an jec taz ya). The redness gradually becomes permanent and more noticeable. Pimples may also develop.

What are the triggers for Rosacea?

Sun exposure, cortisone creams on face. Anything that makes you hot or flush. Examples are: sudden or prolonged changes in temperature (e.g. going from a cold to a hot room, at a BRAAI, a hot drink, sauna, hot bath, hot stove) spicy foods, alcohol and excessive use of some cosmetics and toiletries that irritate the skin.

How embarrassing is Rosacea

Extremely, as it appears on the face. In men, the sebaceous glands can enlarge causing a prominent nose (rhinophyma) but this is not linked to drinking too much alcohol. What are the popular myths about Rosacea Rosacea is not caused by alcohol, stress and embarrassing situations, though these can make it worse. Rosacea is not the same as acne. Treatment Avoid heat, sun exposure, cortisone, alcohol, spices, hot drinks. Dixarit

 

Skin Diagnostics

Medical Aesthetics

 

Deep Chemical Peel

 

Dermaroller™

 

Facial Thread Veins Treatment

Beauty Salon Treatments

 

IPL Skin Rejuvenation

 

Laser Skin Tightening

 

Skin Revitalisation

 

Chemical Peel

 

Medium Chemical Peel

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