Blistering Skin Treatment in Surrey

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What is blistering skin?

There are a numerous underlying reasons why the skin may form blisters or bullae and the blisters maybe tiny, small, medium or large in size. The blisters maybe tense or flaccid in nature and could be present anywhere on the skin including the palms, soles and genitals. Reasons for blister formation include inflammation, infection and autoimmune processes. Examples of conditions which may form blisters include allergic contact dermatitis, impetigo, bullous pemphigoid, cellulitis, dermatitis herpetiformis, eczema herpeticum, epidermolysis bullosa, palmoplantar pustulosis, pemphigus gestationis, pemphigus vulgaris, pompholyx eczema and porphyria cutanea tarda.

How can Dr Sewell treat blistering skin?

Dr Sewell has specialist knowledge to diagnose and treat blistering skin conditions effectively and get you back to a blister free life as quickly as possible.

Blistering skin appointments in Surrey

Dr Sivanie Sewell offers appointments for the treatment of blistering skin. Appointments are available at Spire Gatwick Park Hopistal in Horely (Surrey) and Ashtead Hospital in Ashtead (Surrey), convenient locations for the surrounding areas of Ashtead, Oxted, Dormansland, Horsham, Leatherhead, Epsom, Reigate, Redhill, Crawley and Dorking.

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