Sydney Dermatologist Dr Nina Wines
BSC MBBS DRANZCOG FACD
Dr Nina Wines knows skin intimately. As the co-founder and principal dermatologist at Northern Sydney Dermatology, she has gained a reputation for being honest, ethical, innovative and up-to-date in advances in her field. Her patients enjoy her approachable and caring style, knowing they will always get individualised treatment appropriate to their skin care needs.
Dr Wines is an experienced procedural dermatologist. Her subspecialty interest areas include skin cancer, rosacea, acne scarring, obstetric (pregnancy) dermatology, laser and aesthetic dermatology. She is known for combination laser treatment, delivering safe, effective and rapid results by combining the latest laser technology in one treatment. She believes in the restoration and maintenance of total skin health at all ages and continues to work on improving what our technologies can achieve together. She understands the ravages of time are especially hard on skin, but doesn’t believe in making people look younger. Instead, she offers treatments that help people feel more confident while improving the health of their skin. This can be achieved using a combination of effective skin care, laser and injectables resulting in her signature subtle and natural outcomes so that her patients age well and retain their natural appearance and character.
Apart from her clinic and procedural work, Dr Wines enjoys mentoring and teaching training dermatologists. She does this as the NSW Director for Mentorship at the Australasian College of Dermatologists, and as a visiting medical officer at the Skin Hospital. She also regularly provides expert dermatological information to the media and consults to well-known beauty brand, L’Oréal.
As Dr Wines believes that with privilege comes responsibility, she passionately supports Kenyan charity So They Can. She has worked with them as a volunteer dermatologist, travelling to Africa on multiple occasions to treat chronic skin conditions; illnesses horribly advanced simply because patients could not access medications. Her work has taught her many things, but one highlight is that giving and volunteering makes her a part of a larger, prouder story of hope; both for individuals and humanity as a whole.