Dermatologist Cape Town
List of dermatologists in Cape Town:
The Panorama Dermatology Clinic
46 Hennie Winterbach street, Panorama
Tel: 021 911 5470
Dr. Dagmar Whitaker
1 Wytham Ave, Kenilworth
Tel: +27 (0)21 762 4779
Suite M02, Mezzanine level, 181 Longmarket Street
Tel: +27 21 424 4352
Dr Kesiree Naidoo
Suite 2034, Vincent Pallotti Hospital, Alexandra Road, Pinelands
Tel: +27 (0) 21 531 1107
S DE KOCK
Room 202 Constantiaberg Medi-Clinic
Tel: 021 762 1140
20 Draper Square, Draper Street, Claremont
Tel: 021 674 1767
Check out dermatologist Stellenbosch and dermatologists in Somerset West.
Are you having trouble with your skin? Do you have an actual problem or you want to consult with a
dermatologist to enhance the looks you already have?
Whatever your issue is, make sure that the skin doctor that you see is professional and has the experience
that they should have.
Your skin is an integral part of your body and a huge part of who you are, so make sure that it is well taken
As you start your research in finding a good dermatologist in Cape Town, we wanted to help you start the
process. Hope this list of dermatologists in Cape Town helps you get started.
Finding a good dermatologist is just the first part of the process. You too have to do your part, and this
involves having as many facts about what your skin is doing or behaving.
Prior to your consultation, you need to know what questions you want to run past your dermatologist, to
help you understand your condition better - here are 19 Questions to ask your dermatologist.
Of course, you don't have to ask those questions, they are just a guideline to help you formulate your
questions when you go for a consultation with dermatologist Cape Town.
And remember to prepare well for your dermatologist visit, and make it as easy as possible for the
dermatologist to check your skin thoroughly and properly. Preparing means, not wearing things like make
up and nail polish if you are woman, because they tend to hide a lot of the things on the skin that the doctor
is actually supposed to be checking for.
For both men and women, lotion can also hide certain things from the skin, that can make it difficult for the
dermatologist to diagnose, so a consultation is better done lotion free.
And hair, for both men and women who normally use sprays or moisturizers on the hair, is supposed to be
chemicals free. So skip the sprays when you go to consult, as it will make it more challenging for the
dermatologist to examine the scalp.
The last thing is jewelry. Consider taking it off, because it just might hide something on your skin that could
be of interest to the doctor.