ABOUT BAY DERMATOLOGY
Bay Dermatology is a comprehensive centre for skin health located in the heart of Glenelg. Our highly skilled dermatologists and nurses aim to provide the highest level of patient care, practising up-to-date evidence-based medicine.
At Bay Dermatology, we treat all skin, hair and nail conditions, including acne, psoriasis, eczema, hair loss, hyperhidrosis, alopecia, scarring, sun spots and skin cancers. We also offer removal of benign and malignant skin lesions with cryotherapy and surgery. Cosmetic procedures performed at Bay Dermatology include botox, fillers and microneedling. See SERVICES for details.
WHY CHOOSE US?
With so many professions claiming they can treat skin conditions, it can be difficult trying to choose who to see. Dermatologists are the only experts in skin disease who are recognised by Medicare and AHPRA. Dermatologists are highly qualified in all areas of skin health, including skin, hair and nail diseases, skin cancers, skin surgery and cosmetic treatments.
Dermatologists have undergone a minimum of 6 years of specialist training after qualifying as doctors. It is a competitive process to become a dermatologist in Australia with only a limited number of positions being offered around Australia to the best medical graduates each year. Their extensive training is followed by rigorous examinations before they become accredited as Fellows of the Australasian College of Dermatologists (FACD). Accredited dermatologists in Australia therefore have the title ‘FACD’ after their name.
DR CATHERINE BLACK
BMBS (Hons) BSc (Hons) FACD
Dr Catherine Black is a Fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatologists and a member of the Australasian Society of Cosmetic Dermatologists. She is a published author in a number of Australian and international medical journals and has performed research in the use of embryonic stem cells. She received numerous prizes and awards during her undergraduate and postgraduate training.
Catherine studied Medicine at Flinders University, graduating with honours. Prior to this she graduated with first class honours in Biochemistry from Adelaide University.
She undertook her dermatology specialty training in Adelaide at the Women’s & Children’s Hospital, Royal Adelaide Hospital, the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Repatriation General Hospital and Flinders Medical Centre.
Catherine consults at Bay Dermatology and operates at Glenelg Day Surgery. She is interested in all aspects of dermatology, but has special interests in cosmetic dermatology, skin cancer management (both surgical and non-surgical) and hyperhidrosis (Botox).
DR MICHAEL BLACK
BMBS (Hons) BVMS (Hons) FACD
Dr Michael Black is a Fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatologists and is a published author in the Australasian Journal of Dermatology. He received numerous prizes and awards during his undergraduate and postgraduate training.
Michael studied Medicine at Flinders University, graduating dux of his class. Prior to this he graduated with first class honours from Murdoch University Veterinary School and worked for several years as a veterinary surgeon.
He undertook his dermatology specialty training in Adelaide at the Women’s & Children’s Hospital, Royal Adelaide Hospital, the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and Flinders Medical Centre.
Michael consults at Bay Dermatology and operates at Glenelg Day Surgery. He also visits Broken Hill Hospital every 3 months where he provides a visiting dermatology service.
He is interested in all aspects of dermatology, but has special interests in skin cancer management (both surgical and non-surgical), paediatric dermatology and hair loss.