About Dr Rosemary Coleman

It’s all a matter of taste, but personally speaking I’d far prefer to err on the side of 5% under rather than 5% overtreated.

There’s nothing attractive about a distorted face no matter how wrinkle-free! It’s better to have friends wondering if you’d ever ‘consider having something done’ than commenting behind your back – aesthetic enhancements should never be noticeable. When carefully selected and conservatively administered, these dermatological treatments can keep us looking fresh, healthy and aging gracefully.

My aim is to hold on to what we’ve got and subtly replace what we’ve lost, rather than create something that was never there in the first place, eg big lips!

It is also important to remember that not everybody needs, or indeed will even benefit from, every available treatment. We will usually want to focus on the characteristic that is bothering the patient in particular, whether it be the frown line in some or crow’s feet in others. Many of our patients chose to simply improve their complexion and avoid invasive procedures altogether.

Medical Training & History

1987Dr Rosemary Coleman graduated from Trinity College, Dublin in 1987 with an honours degree in medicine, BA MB BCh BAO.
1990 She obtained her MRCPI (Membership of the Royal College of Physicians).
1993 After 3 years of general professional training in internal medicine, she began her Dermatology career in 1990 in Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge under the watchful eye of the world famous Dermatologist Dr Bob Champion.
Later that year she commenced a 2 year research programme into ‘The Molecular Genetics of Atopic Eczema’ in Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital and the Institute of Child Health in London.
This culminated in the awarding of an MD thesis from Trinity College
Her research was published in The Lancet.
In 1993 she spent a year in the USA as a visiting dermatology fellow at the famous Presbyterian Hospital, Pittsburgh. There she developed her interest in mole surveillance and cosmetic aspects of dermatology.
1994 She returned to London in 1994 to complete her Dermatology training in the world renowned St John’s Institute of Dermatology in Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals
1998 Rosemary was awarded the Fellowship of the Royal College of Physicians
2000 Following this, she worked in Dublin as a Temporary Consultant Dermatologist in The Children’s Hospital, Temple Street for 2 years before deciding to commit herself to a career in Private Dermatology in the Blackrock Clinic and Mount Carmel Hospital after the arrival of her 3 fine sons!

Accreditations & Memberships

Irish Association of Dermatologists

British Association of Dermatologists

Irish Academy of Dermatology

Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians in Ireland

Irish Hospital Consultants Association

Specialist Dermatology Register in the Medical Council