Moles, cysts, skin-tags and lesions can be irritating, uncomfortable and embarrassing for men and women of all ages. We can carefully remove them.
Why have lesions removed?
Most moles, cysts, skin-tags and lesions are common abnormalities that are nothing more than a source of embarrassment or irritation. However, there is no reason why you should continue to tolerate them when we can remove them.
Lesions we can treat
Almost all common lesions are benign, or non-cancerous. At Transform, we only want to remove lesions that we know are benign. If you have a serious mole, cyst, skin-tag or lesion appears that we suspect may not be benign we would not remove it and refer you to your doctor.
The different types of non-benign, skin abnormalities we can treat includes:
Brown or black growths on the skin. As the years pass, moles usually change shape, colour or become raised.
Sacs filled with fluid or semi-fluid material. These can develop in various places in the body.
Small protruding pieces of skin that can grow in the groin area, armpits, neck and eyelids.
Surface growths or patches of the skin that don’t resemble the skin around it.
Small dark spots on the skin that can be a genetic condition caused by excessive radiation or sun exposure.
Mole removal, cyst removal, lesion removal and skin tag removal are outpatient procedures that we can be safely carried out in our clinics.
First a dermatologist will carefully remove the mole, cyst, lesion or skin tag then send it for analysis. This is to ensure there are no abnormal cells. Next, one of our highly skilled doctors will then complete the procedure by inserting tiny stitches. To treat lentigines we can use cryotherapy, laser surgery or skin creams.
How long does it take?
The procedure takes just 20 minutes and you will be free to go soon after.
After we have removed a mole, cyst, skin-tag or lesion it may leave a small scar. Don’t worry, this should fade in time.
How much does it cost?
The cost of the procedure depends on the affected area and your skin. As a guide, removing one mole usually costs from £490.
Book an appointment
Book an appointment with one of our Patient Care Co-ordinators to discuss what you would like to achieve. You will then be able to have a free consultation with a dermatologist or doctor.
If you’ve had a non-surgical treatment with us before and would like to book another appointment, you can now use our online booking service to arrange your appointment online.