Dr. Nisith Sheth, MBBS, FRCP (UK), CCST (Derm)

Dermatologist and Dermatological Surgeon / GMC: 6032057

Dr. Sheth is a Consultant Dermatologist and Dermatological Surgeon at the St John’s Institute of Dermatology, one of the world’s leading centres for patients with skin problems, based at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals. He has expertise in skin cancer, skin surgery, laser treatment, botulinum toxin, fillers, peels, general dermatology (such as acne, rosacea, psoriasis, other rashes, scar treatment and pigmentation) and cosmetic dermatology.

Dr. Sheth entered medical school with a British Medical Association scholarship and graduated with class and national prizes. He went on to train in the UK, USA and Canada and completed additional fellowship training in complex skin surgery, particularly Mohs micro-graphic surgery, lasers and minimally invasive cosmetic procedures. He won an award at the American Academy of Dermatology for research in melanoma skin cancer.

Dr. Nisith Sheth

Dr. Sheth treats a range of skin problems and receives referrals from GPs and other specialists for his opinion on managing common and rare skin problems and complications following cosmetic procedures.

He is often invited to give lectures at the speciality conferences and advises the media and legal profession on a range of skin topics. He is a regular speaker for the European Academy of Dermatology.

Dr. Sheth sits on the boards of a number of national and European committees, including ones for the British Cosmetic Dermatology Group and the Royal College of Surgeons Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgery Interface Group, that set standards for practice and training.  He is also a college representative for The Royal College of Physicians and was listed in the Who’s Who of Medicine and Healthcare 2009-10 and Tatler Beauty and Surgery Guide 2012 as one of the best for laser doctors

Memberships
British Association of Dermatologists, British Society of Dermatological Surgery, Royal College of Physicians, British Cosmetic Dermatology Group, European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology, European Society of Micrographic Surgery and American Society of Laser Medicine and Surgery

 

Specialist Treatments

Cosmetic Dermatology and Aesthetics

General Dermatology

Mohs Surgery

Mohs Surgery is a microscopically controlled surgery used to treat common types of skin cancer performed by removing skin cancer layer by layer and examining the tissue under a microscope until healthy, cancer-free tissue around the tumour is reached (called clear margins).

Today, Mohs surgery has come to be accepted as the single most effective technique for removing Basal Cell Carcinoma and Squamous Cell Carcinoma (BCCs and SCCs), the two most common skin cancers. It spares the greatest amount of healthy tissue while also completely removing cancer cells; cure rates for BCC and SCC are an unparalleled 98% or higher with Mohs, significantly better than the rates for a standard excision or any other accepted skin cancer removal method. Unlike other skin cancer procedures where a random sample of the clear margin is examined, by undergoing Mohs surgery, patients get a comprehensive examination of the surgical margin, providing more accurate results.

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