dr-nicole-chiang

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Written by a carer at Lumiere Clinic
29th February 2020

5 star clinic! Excellent care, outstanding treatments and astounding results.

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Written by a patient at Lumiere Clinic
1st February 2020

Dr Nicole Chiang is simply the best cosmetic physician I have come across. She listens to you concerns and needs and discusses the options. She takes her time and care with the procedures ( fillers and sometimes Botox). Nothing feels rushed and she checks you are happy with the results. I have been happier with the results of her work more than any other physician. I have full confidence in Dr Chiang’s skills, knowledge and artistry and she’s also a very nice lady.

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Written by a patient at The Wilmslow Hospital
17th November 2019

I came across Dr Nicole searching for a Dermatologist with a specialist interest in hair loss. I have suffered with telogen effluvium and struggled to understand what was happening until I had a consultation with Dr Nicole. I have seen her 5 times now at various locations including Alderley Edge, Warrington and the Manchester clinic. Every time she is welcoming, friendly and puts me at ease. She is extremely knowledgeable and I appreciate the expert knowledge she has which you can tell through her explanations that the care or treatment she recommends is evidence based. She also gives accompanying advice on the small things that can also make a difference which makes you feel you can start to take control of this terrible condition. I underwent plasma rich protein injections to my scalp. I was advised this could take 6 treatments. 48 hours after the first treatment I felt new spikes of hair growing from my scalp. The same happened after the second treatment. The before and after pictures are amazing after just 2 treatments. The actual procedure itself is manageable. Slightly uncomfortable and can hear sight scratching each time the needle goes in but in general it isn't painful. Some areas of the scalp are more sensitive than others but any slight increase in discomfort is soon gone as each injection is only a second. I think I have about 25 injections each time and it takes about 20 minutes only. Dr Nicole also asks if there are any areas of the scalp that want particular attention. The area on the top of the scalp tends to be less uncomfortable than the back of the head. The sample of blood that is taken from the arm is just a normal blood test feeling, well less actually because Dr Nicole seems to have a very gentle technique. The sample is spun in the machine that is in the same room that the treatment takes place which is not only interesting to watch but also reasurring to know that it is definately my own plasma being injected back in. During the procedure the scalp feels a bit like bubble wrap as pressure points can give the sensation of raised areas. For about 30 minutes after the procedure there is a slight pressure feeling but nothing that needs painkillers. The few days after the procedure the scalp feels slightly bruised to the touch in areas, particularly lying on a pillow but nothing that would stop hair brushing or sleeping. After the procedure the hair is messy and sticky with the numbing cream so for that reason only I return straight home afterwards, otherwise I would just continue my day. Dr Nicole has done every procedure herself which is great for continuity of care and she is genuinely delighted when she sees the treatment making a difference. I couldn't wait to walk into my consultation wearing my hair down for the first time in a long while to show her! I wouldn't go to any other Dermatologist.

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Written by a patient at Lumiere Clinic
12th November 2019

Dr.Nicole is a wonderful doctor, she is kind and caring and really listens. After seeing many GP’s I had the courage to see a dermatologist about my problems and finally I didn’t have to use steroids! She completely understood my concerns and it was nice to find someone who was on the same page as me. She taught me how to be patient with treatment and results and I feel so much more calm. The most reassuring fact is that I know if any skin issues crop up, a pair of healing hands is not far away. This gives me much confidence and I’m so glad I took the first steps to visit Dr. Nicole. Many Thanks!

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Written by a patient at Lumiere Clinic
14th August 2019

I have seen Dr Nicole Chiang several times now for cosmetic work and have complete confidence in her. She listens, takes great care and is highly skilled. I have always been happy with the results. I have seen other practitioners in the past but now would see no one else. I recommend her highly.

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Profile

Dr Nicole Chiang is a UK-trained Consultant Dermatologist on the GMC Specialist Register. She is trained in both paediatric and adult dermatology. Her NHS practices are at the University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust and Salford Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester, UK. She is also the current Trust Specialty Training Lead for Dermatology at South Manchester. She completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Liverpool and graduated with an Honours degree in Medicine and Surgery in 2007. She underwent general medical training and then pursued her dermatology higher specialist training in Birmingham and Manchester. She has completed two advanced Dermatology Fellowships in Oxford, UK and Sydney, Australia. In addition, she has gained further experience in medical and cosmetic dermatology at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, and the Cosmetic Surgery and Skin Health Centre, Pittsburgh, USA. Dr Nicole enjoys reading and writing for dermatological journals. She believes that this is the best way of keeping up to date with the latest dermatological advances. She is the sub-section Editor of the International Journal of Women’s Dermatology. She sits on the British Association of Dermatologists’ Therapy and Guidelines Subcommittee, contributing to the national guidelines on treatments for skin conditions, and patient information leaflets. Her other roles include: Founding Committee Member of the British Society for Medical Dermatology and British Association of Dermatologists’ Dermschool, Associate Faculty Member of the Faculty of 1000, and Associate College Tutor for the Royal College of Physicians. Dr Nicole has written books on her subject – “Dermatology: a handbook for medical students and junior doctors” and“Dermatology: a handbook for general practitioners”, authored book chapters and has many publications in the fields of cosmetic, medical and surgical dermatology in international peer-reviewed journals. Outside of dermatology, Dr Nicole enjoys playing the piano, swimming and travelling.

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