The role of a dermal clinician


A Dermal Clinician is an allied health professional specialising in skin management and care. 

To become qualified, a Clinician will study a four year Bachelor of Health Science in Dermal Therapies, or a Bachelor of Dermal Science. 

It is common to find Dermal Clinicians working alongside Dermatologists and Cosmetic Surgeons, where they assist in managing and treating a variety of medical and general skin concerns.

Dermal Clinicians can help to treat conditions and concerns such as acne, acne scars, rosacea and vessels, pigmentation, xerosis (dry skin), skin rejuvenation, stretch marks and much more. 

A Dermal Clinician is trained to utilise a range of modalities and devices to treat the skin -these include laser, IPL, LED, chemical peels, resurfacing treatments, diathermy and topical skincare. 

At Skindepth Dermatology, our Dermal Clinicians specialise in developing skincare and treatment plans for a wide range of conditions. They can help you to discern the best course of action for starting your skincare journey, and will be able to answer any skin related questions you may have. 

To meet with one of our Dermal Clinicians, book in for a skin consultation by calling or emailing us on…

9527 4209

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