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Dermatologist in Bracknell, Berkshire

Expert treatment for skin conditions from our highly qualified, Locum Consultant in Dermatology,
Dr Benjamin (Chun-Man) Lee

Dermatology at CrownWood MediSpa Bracknell

Why choose Dermatology at CrownWood MediSpa?

  • Our skin clinic has 90+ 5* patient reviews via Google
  • Our dental clinic has 290+ 5* patient reviews via Google
  • Safe, effective treatment of a wide range of skin conditions
  • Highly skilled and experienced specialist Dermatologist
  • Excellent care and service at competitive prices
  • Treatment using the latest advanced technology
  • Comfortable and friendly environment

Treatment Summary (Cryotherapy for skin lesions/blemishes)

Treatment Time
30 mins inc consultation
Back To Work
Immediately estimated
Recovery Time
10 days
Sessions Recommended
Dependent on size
Period of Sensitivity
Approx 2 - 3 days*
Optimum Results
1 month*
Potential Side Effects
Redness, swelling, blistering*
Length of Results

*Results may vary from person to person.

Dr Benjamin Lee

Meet our highly qualified and experienced dermatologist

Dr Benjamin (Chun-Man) Lee MBBS MRCP Derm(UK) MSc

As a Locum Consultant in Dermatology, Dr Lee has over 14 years of clinical experience in medical specialities and primary healthcare and at least 6 years in Dermatology. He has been awarded an honorary role by the University of Surrey, where he gives lectures and sets assessments for the Faculty of Medical Science.

He is also a passionate researcher of skin ageing and has many articles published in highly regarded peer-reviewed journals.

View Dr Lee’s full profile

What is a Dermatologist?

Dermatologists are specialist physicians who diagnose and treat diseases of the skin, hair and nails. All dermatologists are medically qualified, and undertake the same university training as other doctors. After qualifying, they spend at least 4 years training in general (internal) medicine, to get experience of other medical specialties (e.g. emergency medicine, rheumatology, cardiology).

During this time, dermatologists must pass the exams to become Members of the Royal College of Physicians (MRCP). Following MRCP, trainees are required to pass the final Speciality Certificate Exam (SCE) for board certification.

Many may then go onto the optional higher level training for research which leads to an MSc or PhD degree and/or to develop expertise in one of the dermatological subspecialties (e.g. dermatological surgery, paediatric dermatology, contact allergy, photobiology).

Dr Lee has completed Speciality Certificate Exam, bears a Masters Degree in Aesthetic Medicine in research for Skin Ageing at the University of Manchester, as well as being the current clinical lead in Skin Allergy Service and Patch Testing at Frimley Park Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.

Example of wart treatment before and after

Before Wart Treatment at CrownWood MediSpa
After Wart Treatment at CrownWood MediSpa

Why might I need to see a skin specialist?

During our daily life, our skin goes through a lot. Whether it’s hormonal breakouts in teenage years or rough, dry skin from exposure to the sun over time, even minor skin conditions can have a huge impact on your self-confidence and comfort.

The skin is the largest organ of the body. Part of its job is to create a barrier against any injury and bacteria that could cause you harm. The appearance of your skin is often the most obvious way to see if something is wrong inside.

At some point or another during your life, from infancy to old age, you will experience some type of skin disease. In fact, a sixth of all visits to the family GP tends to involve a skin condition.

Dermatologists treat more than 3,000 different kinds of skin conditions. Some of the most common diseases they are able to diagnose and treat include:

  • Skin condition

Clinically Qualified Dermatologist in Bracknell, Berkshire

Dermatologists are qualified doctors who undergo advanced training in the diagnosis and treatment of various skin diseases. They have extensive knowledge and expertise in all areas of basic sciences, including biochemistry, microbiology, pathology, physiology, and endocrinology.

Since many skin conditions are often associated with other internal issues, dermatologists must also be familiar with all other medical specialities. A dermatologist is trained to carry out a huge number of procedures, such as skin grafts, removing lesions, and other kinds of skin surgery.

You should arrange to see a dermatologist as soon as you notice symptoms of a skin disease, or if the current treatment for an ongoing problem becomes ineffective. They will be able to offer you a number of different ways of curing your condition or managing it.

To book a dermatology consultation call 01344 482 882 or fill in our online form

Please note: If a private prescription is required the cost will be £30, you may be required to pay additional charges at the pharmacy for the medication.

"Thank you so much for all the help and support you have given me over the years in regards to my skin. The confidence I felt on my wedding day was purely down to your advice and guidance. I can not thank you enough for being such a big part in making my wedding day the best day of my life and for helping me feel in control of my psoriasis." - Laura (Patient of Dr Ben Lee) -

Dermatologist near you review via Google

"..I also had a mole check with the dermatologist, Dr Ben Lee, and highly recommend him too. It was a thorough consultation, he explained so much about my skin, moles, freckles and sun damage and gave me a real wake up call about sun exposure. I will be going back to him annually for this check up.."

Tarryn Tredwell

To find out how our skin specialist can help you, please call us on 01344 482 882