Surgical Skin Treatments

Surgical Skin Treatments

Moles

While most moles are harmless, many people choose to have them removed for cosmetic reasons. It is important however that a more significant lesion or potential for them being cancerous is ruled out READ MORE

Keratosis And Pre-Malignant Skin Conditions

Skin cancers often start as changes to the appearance of your skin or an exisiting skin lesion, and are particularly common in fair skinned people. Pre-cancerous lesions, changes that are not cancer but could very well become cancerous over time, exist as horny, hard or roughened skin or a darkening area of pigmentation READ MORE

Basal Cell Carcinoma

Slow growing, Basal Cell Carcinomas (BCC), commonly known as Rodent Ulcers, are typically locally invasive malignant epidermal skin tumours. BCC penetrates tissues through the irregular growth of finger-like outgrowths especially on areas of excessive exposure to the sun, including the neck, head and face. In fact, these areas account for around 80% of locations of this skin condition READ MORE

Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Squamous Cell Carcinoma (also referred to as SCC) is a type of malignant tumour caused by the keratinising cells of the epidermis. The second most common form of skin cancer in the UK, it’s locally invasive and has the potential to spread throughout the body if not treated. Typically, it presents itself as a scaly nodule or crusted tumour that may appear ulcerated READ MORE

Skin Tags

Frequently confused with warts,skin tags are little flesh or brown-coloured growths that hang off the skin. Although common and harmless, many people opt to have them removed, particularly if they catch on clothing READ MORE

Threadveins

Difficult to hide, difficult to stop people making judgements about you and making your nose and cheeks look like a roadmap?  We use “Veinwave” technology, which eradicates threadveins, even when lasers have failed READ MORE

 

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