Dr Natalia Spierings is available for appointments on the following dates:
- 19th Oct – 24th Oct 2019
- 24th Nov – 28th Nov 2019
- 11th Jan – 16th Jan 2020
Dr Spierings trained as a Consultant Dermatologist in London with sub-specialty fellowship training in Mohs Micrographic and Dermatologic Surgery at the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle and a Master’s Degree in Aesthetic Medicine from the University of London.
In short, she knows how to get you great skin.
Her trademark is her honest, no-nonsense approach.
A unique combination of technical skill, depth of knowledge, aesthetic sensibility and communication skills has positioned her globally as a leading dermatologist. Dr Spierings held a substantive consultant post at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust in Leeds, UK, until recently where she was one of four Mohs Micrographic Surgeons in the region.
Dr Spierings is the Medical Director for Dermatica.co.uk, a unique online pharmacy providing cost-effective bespoke compounded prescription skincare. She is the only Procedural Dermatologist at The Harley Medical Group and works at their Harley Street Clinic.
Dr Spierings’ bicoastal upbringing (she was born in Europe but spent her childhood in the United States, before heading to London for medical school) means she combines the style and sensibility of Europe with the quirkiness and energy of London and a positive American attitude in order to provide her patients with unique, holistic, modern skincare.
Dr Spierings’ subspecialty is the diagnosis and management of skin cancer, with the primary aim of providing the best cosmetic outcome after successful surgical treatment. As such, she has a keen interest in all aesthetic and cosmetic treatments as well as skincare. As a procedural dermatologist, Dr Spierings is highly skilled at removing various skin lesions as well as performing injectable and laser cosmetic treatments.
Treatments & Procedures:
Minimal Invasive aesthetic procedures, removal of both benign and malignant skin lesions on the face and body
Fellowship in Mohs Micrographic and Dermatological Surgery