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Dr. Alexis Granite

Dr Alexis Granite is a Consultant Dermatologist with expertise in general and cosmetic dermatology. She has a special interest in skin cancer detection, skin allergy testing, psoriasis, eczema and women’s dermatology including hormone related skin conditions such as acne, hair loss and pregnancy.

Dr Granite earned a medical degree from the Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City, graduating with honours. She completed her dermatology training at New York Presbyterian Hospital-Cornell, one of the leading hospital centres in the US where she went on to serve as Chief Resident in dermatology. While on her post, Dr Granite received the Distinguished Housestaff Award for excellence in her field.

Passionate about all areas of medical and cosmetic dermatology, Dr Granite takes great pride in caring for patients, tailoring treatments to deliver the very best results for their individual needs and circumstances. Highly regarded by her peers and held in great esteem amongst her patients, Dr Granite is extremely dedicated to her profession and has a progressive approach to her practice.

Dr Granite is a member of the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) and the British Association of Dermatologists (BAD). She has published articles in several peer-reviewed journals and has authored book chapters on dermatology related topics. Dr Granite currently serves as the UK Consulting Dermatologist for Kiehl’s and has been quoted extensively in a variety of newspapers and magazines.

Dr. Alexis Granite

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