Dr. Jack Green
Dr. Jack Green is an experienced and senior dermatologist. He has been providing a comprehensive dermatology service since 2006. He splits his week between the main practice in Werribee and Richmond and also consults in Ballarat. Dr. Green is a Consultant Dermatologist at St.Vincent’s Public Hospital and at the Skin and Cancer Foundation in Carlton. As an adjunct senior lecturer at the University of Notre Dame he is responsible for teaching medical students.
Dr. Green has experience dealing the full spectrum of skin types – from fair Caucasians, olive skinned southern Europeans, Asians, Indians and African skin. He also has experience in managing skin problems in patients of all ages from children to the elderly.
In Melbourne he gained further experience through rotations at the Royal Children’s Hospital, Laser Unit and also at the Skin and Cancer Foundation. In 2006, after he graduated in dermatology, he spent time honing those skills with Dr. Michael Rich, an acknowledged leader in the field.
Western Dermatology was established by Professor Greg Goodman, another expert in the field, more than 20 years ago and was one of the first providers of cosmetic laser treatments in Australia. In 2007, Dr. Green took over Western Dermatology.He has now expanded the cosmetic and laser dermatology services offered.
Precision and Accuracy
Why Choose Western Dermatology?
As the medical specialists of the skin, it is dermatologists that invented the use of lasers for treatment of the skin and also introduced the use of botulinum toxin injections for treatment of wrinkles and filler injections.
There are dozens of beauty clinics offering cosmetic treatments in the outer West of Melbourne. But there is only one dermatologist in this area providing and supervising this service and this is here at Western Dermatology. For specialist medical standard assessment, treatment planning and therapy for your skin concern, whatever that concern is, it can managed at Western Dermatology.
The Richmond Location
The Richmond location was previously the site of Dr.Green’s father’s watchmaking business.