“I’m a big believer in that if you focus on good skin care, you really won’t need a lot of makeup.”

— Demi Moore

About This Department

With the amount of lifestyle and environmental stress that we put our skin through, the Dermatology Department at Global Doctors strives to advocate for the importance of skin health.

Not only do we look after people with a wide variety of skin-related troubles from the likes of acne, to warts and psoriasis, we also take serious measures in diagnosing skin cancer.

Successful management of skin conditions involves accurate diagnosis, appropriate choice of treatment, close supervision as well as follow-ups and prevention.

Dermatologic procedures are used to remove or treat benign or cancerous skin lesions. Cryotherapy, curettage, cyst excision, electrodesiccation, phototherapy, and skin tag removal are examples of the types of methods physicians use to destruct, remove, or treat skin for a wide variety of diseases and conditions.



General consultation    
Diagnosis and treatment of a wide variety of skin conditions such as birthmarks scars unwanted tattoos and wrinkles.    
Diagnostic and therapeutic biopsies of the skin and its further management.    


Approaches towards prevention, and maintaining healthy skin    
Cryotherapy with liquid nitrogen for conditions like warts, molluscum, other benign skin conditions    
Intralesional treatment for keloids    

Useful info and health tips

When it comes to looking and feeling as youthful as ever, you’re probably aware that your skin can tell a lot about your health and your age. From fine lines and wrinkles to sunspots, eventually, your skin will start to show some wear and tear. But no matter how old you are, there’s plenty you can do today to start taking better care. We all want skin that looks great — and appearance aside, you should also know the warning signs of life-threatening lesions that can lead to cancer.

Know what is in your sunscreen

If you have not been wearing sunscreen over the years, it’s never too late to start. Not only does sunscreen help protect your skin from cancer, but it’s also vital for keeping it looking youthful. Not all products are created equally, however. You should be looking for sunscreens that contain anti-inflammatory and barrier-repairing ingredients.

Over-washing your skin can cause it to look older

Washing your skin is important — but if you’re scrubbing more than twice a day, you’re doing yourself a disservice. When you over-wash, it can cause your skin to look super dry, and that can highlight ageing and wrinkles.

If you’re experiencing breakouts, check your diet

The older you get, the more you’ll want to make sure your diet is helping your skin instead of hurting it. Refined carbs and sugar are a huge no-no for good skin. Instead, nourish your skin from the inside out with foods high in omega-3 fatty acids, like salmon, walnuts, or avocados. You’ll appear way more youthful when you get rid of unhealthy favourites and go for the good stuff.


Pn. Sri Datuk Dr Suraiya H. Hussein

    MBBS (Mal), MRCP (UK), FRCP (Lon), Dip. in Dermatology (Lon)

Dr. Nazirin binti Ariffin

    MBBCh BAO (Ireland), MRCP (UK), MSc in Clinical Dermatology (Lon), Dip in Dermatology (Glasgow)

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