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Braces Don’t Have to be Ugly: How Clear Aligners can Transform Your Smile

Written by Dr Pradeep Sharma for Doctify
Your smile has a great impact on how other people perceive you and having them straightened can help improve your own self-esteem. But having ugly wires on your teeth for years can feel a little off-putting.

Fortunately, due to modern technology, you can no have your teeth straightened without braces […]

By |October 12th, 2017|Skin & Beauty, Top Articles|Comments Off on Braces Don’t Have to be Ugly: How Clear Aligners can Transform Your Smile

10 Top Winter Skin Care Tips from a Dermatologist

Written by Dr Anjali Mahto for Doctify
OK guys, it’s officially cold. It may only be September but we’re already breaking out our beanies and upping our scarf game. But our fashion choices aren’t the only thing we need to adjust – you also need to update your winter skincare routine. Because, as we all know […]

By |September 19th, 2017|Skin & Beauty|Comments Off on 10 Top Winter Skin Care Tips from a Dermatologist

Thinning Hair: How it affects both Men and Women

Written by Dr Sajjad Rajpar for Doctify
Thinning hair has always been acknowledged as a traditionally male problem. This doesn’t mean that hair loss might not have an impact on on a man’s confidence – of course it might. But often they are the focus of the conversation when thinning hair can be just as much […]

By |September 8th, 2017|Skin & Beauty|Comments Off on Thinning Hair: How it affects both Men and Women

A Surgeon’s Guide to Preparing for Plastic Surgery

Written by Mr Omar Tillo for Doctify
Perhaps you’ve never even considered it. On the other hand, you might be sitting in front of the mirror right now, wondering whether to book an appointment. The decision to go under the knife is a personal one and can have many different motivations. Instead of focusing on these, […]

By |July 3rd, 2017|Skin & Beauty|Comments Off on A Surgeon’s Guide to Preparing for Plastic Surgery

Can Cosmetic Acupuncture Tackle the Signs of Ageing?

Written by Dr Tiejun Tang for Doctify
People are willing to do a lot to look younger. Vampire facials, chemical peels, bee venom – anti-ageing solutions seem to know no bounds. Those willing to go a little further can opt for face lifts, botox or fillers. But what if there were a way to roll back […]

By |July 2nd, 2017|Skin & Beauty|Comments Off on Can Cosmetic Acupuncture Tackle the Signs of Ageing?

6 Things you Should Know Before getting a Hair Transplant

Written by Dr Mark Tam for Doctify
According to the NHS, around 50% of all men will experience male pattern baldness by the age of fifty. Many men look great bald but for those worrying about receding hairlines or thinning crowns, there is a solution.

Top Cosmetic Doctor, Dr Mark Tam is an award-winning hair transplant specialist. He […]

By |May 19th, 2017|Skin & Beauty|Comments Off on 6 Things you Should Know Before getting a Hair Transplant

5 Anti-Ageing Posture Tips to Roll Back the Years

Written by Miss Gugan Hair for Doctify
Face creams, botox injections, fad diets – there’s not much we won’t try to keep ourselves looking young. There’s not much we won’t spend either, for that matter. As of 2013, the anti-ageing industry was estimated to be worth a staggering $261.9 billion. But what if we told you that you […]

By |May 15th, 2017|Skin & Beauty, Hot Topics|Comments Off on 5 Anti-Ageing Posture Tips to Roll Back the Years

Fact Check: Cutting Out Dairy can Cure Acne

Chocolate has long been seen as the enemy of clear skin; it’s high sugar content touted as the bringer of all spots. But for people battling against acne the advice over what foods to cut out often becomes more extreme. In recent years, the speculation over a link between dairy and acne has become a […]

By |March 24th, 2017|Skin & Beauty|Comments Off on Fact Check: Cutting Out Dairy can Cure Acne

Why do I sweat so much? Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) and its treatment

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Written by Doctify Dermatologist Dr Justine Kluk

What is hyperhidrosis?
Hyperhidrosis is a medical condition that literally means excessive sweating: “hyper” means too much and “hidrosis” means sweating.

We all need to sweat. If we didn’t sweat we’d overheat on hot days or when we exercise or get nervous. But in about 3% of the population, sweating happens when it […]

By |November 28th, 2016|Skin & Beauty|Comments Off on Why do I sweat so much? Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) and its treatment

Selfie Surgery Safety

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Are there adverse long-term consequences of Selfie Surgery treatments?
Written by Nia Davies, featuring Dr. Mehta for Doctify

Selfie was added to the Oxford English Dictionary as recently as August 2013. As the concept of an online persona took off, so did selfies, and new techniques to appear more flattering on social networks emerged. Photoshop, […]

By |November 23rd, 2016|Skin & Beauty|Comments Off on Selfie Surgery Safety