dermatologist is sought to join an existing solo general practice in Maroochydore, Queensland. The practice is modern and well-appointed. Amongst other services, we offer phototherapy, photodynamic therapy and minor skin cancer surgery.

The practice is one of two solo dermatologist practices that services the Sunshine Coast, with a population in excess of 250,000.

The applicant must be in possession of Australian dermatologist registration or have equivalent international qualifications eligible to apply to practise as a dermatologist in an Area of Need/District of Workforce Shortage.

Please contact Dr Bert Pruim, ph: (07) 5443 3166, or email:

[Date of initial advert: September 2009]


A dermatologist in Bowral is looking to expand her solo practice and is interested in receiving enquiries from dermatologists that may be interested.

The practice services a catchment area of over 200kms extending from the ACT, Southern Tablelands and South Coast to Sydney of New South Wales.

Please contact Dr Frances Tefany, ph: (02) 4861 4566, fax: (02) 4861 4950 or email:

(If a College Fellow cannot be found to practise in Bowral in the near future, it is proposed that an Area of Need position be established)

[Date of initial advert: September 2009]


An existing inner northern Melbourne dermatology practice, around four kilometres from the CBD, is in need of the services of a specialist dermatologist. We also have specialist in Botox Melbourne.

The dermatologist currently in the practice has consulted from this location for over 25 years in general dermatology with a special interest in acne, sun damage and cosmetic dermatology, and is looking for a dermatologist to join her busy practice.

The practice offers a wide range of additional cosmetic services and procedures, and the staff includes two practice nurses and two skin therapists, as well as the normal administrative support staff.  Many dermatologists began their careers in the practice,  and now another full-time dermatologist is required, as the current dermatologist wishes to reduce her workload with a view to retiring in four to six years time.

The successful overseas-trained dermatologist is required to be assessed through the Australian Medical Council’s Area of Need Assessment Pathway prior to being eligible to practise in this position.

Interested applicants with the required qualifications should email or write to:
Dr Barbara Breadon, 302A Queens Parade, Clifton Hill, Victoria 3068, Australia
Telephone + 61 3 9486 2400

[Date of initial advert: March 2009]



A full-time position is currently available for a Dermatologist to work at the Friendlies Society Private Hospital.  This position is located in Bundaberg, Queensland.

A highly competitive remuneration package is on offer together with generous benefits and salary packaging options.

(If an Australian dermatologist cannot be found to practise in Bundaberg, an Area of Need position will be established)

For Further Information:

Contact Ann Johnson on ph: (07) 4153 0748
Or visit us online at

[Date of initial advert: August 2008]


Our one and only dermatologist in Albury-Wodonga is looking to expand his solo practice and is interested in talking to any dermatologists that may be interested.

Currently the practice services a catchment area of over 300,000 extending from north east Victoria to the south east District of New South Wales.

Albury-Wodonga Private Hospital (a member of Ramsay Health Care) offers assistance with relocation, practice set-up and promotion of your practice to local GPs and other specialists.

Please contact A/Prof. (UNE) Stuart Schneider, CEO, Albury-Wodonga Private Hospital on 0419 323 483 or email:

(If a College Fellow cannot be found to practise in Albury-Wodonga in the near future, it is proposed that an Area of Need position be established)

[Date of initial advert: May 2008]


Opportunity is available for a specialist dermatologist to set up practice in Darwin, Northern Territory.

There is currently not a full-time dermatology service in Darwin and visiting services are not sufficient to handle the patient load.  The proposed service would ideally include outreach clinics in Alice Springs, Katherine and Nhulunbuy.

Servicing a population of approx. 200,000, Darwin is a modern city, and is one of Australia’s fastest growing residential centres.

If you are interested in practising full-time in Darwin, please contact Ms Carolyn Adams, ph: (08) 8922 8127 or Ms Ros Wagstaff at the College office ph: (02) 8765 0242.

If a College Fellow cannot be found to practise in Darwin in the near future, it is proposed that an Area of Need position be established, which will then be advertised nationally and overseas.

[Date of initial advert: December 2007]

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Crow’s feet are the lines that emanate from the external corners of the eyes when grinning, created by the withdrawal of the orbicularis oculi muscle that encompasses the circle or ‘eye attachment’. The orbicularis oculi muscle is connected to the skin around the circle and when it contracts, it pulls the skin around the eyes inwards bringing about wrinkling.

A famous treatment for crow’s feet are hostile to wrinkle infusions. These unwind the muscles that cause crow’s feet to shape. Treating the region simply under the forehead can likewise decrease the downwards draw of the orbicularis oculi there and produce an inconspicuous temples lift. After infusion into the muscle, the onset of activity is between 4 to 7 days. Term of activity is roughly 2 to 4 months all things considered, and relies on upon measurement regulated. Hostile to wrinkle infusions target one of the hidden reasons for crow’s feet, orbicularis oculi muscle withdrawal, yet don’t influence lines that are carved into the skin or lines that are available very still. Lines that are carved into the skin for the most part require laser reemerging with a laser, for example, the carbon dioxide laser.

Stylishly, it is vital to utilize suitable measurements of hostile to wrinkle infusions in the crow’s feet to accomplish a decrease, yet not finish determination of crow’s feet. The vicinity of crow’s feet is normal, and the motivation behind hostile to wrinkle infusions ought to be to direct their seriousness or force. Additionally, grinning is a positive outward appearance, and ought not be over-stifled.

The dangers or complexities of against wrinkle infusions around there have a tendency to be more restorative inconveniences instead of medicinal or security issues. Wounds happen every so often, and can be kept away from through by infusing supercially, and the utilization of a gadget such as the Accuvein that outputs the skin for the areas of veins in the range. As said already, unreasonable dosing can bring about an uncommon appearance. Removal or over the top dose can likewise influence the shape or characteristic lift of the cheek when grinning.

Lower eyelid or under eye wrinkles are normally not amiable to treatment with hostile to botox Melbourne. Normally skin laxity of the skin is the dominating issue bringing on wrinkling around there, and against wrinkle infusions have a tendency to have no impact here, as the wrinkles are not brought about by muscle compression as much as they are skin laxity. For the most part the lower eyelid wrinkles are best treated with surgery (blepharoplasty), or laser reemerging with a carbon dioxide laser.

Dermal fillers can likewise be utilized to help crows feet and wrinkles around the eyes, yet this is to a greater extent an auxiliary impact because of revolumisation of the zone. Similarly an inflatable ball won’t be as firm or tight when somewhat flattened, volume loss of the zone around the eyes and the upper cheeks can bring about skin laxity and wrinkling. Understand that the level of change that is achieved with dermal fillers is just little, however makes up a part of the general restoration procedure of the zone.

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