We are happy to see adults, children and the elderly.
All patients with skin rashes and any patient requiring surgery will need to have an initial consultation for diagnosis and discussion of treatment options. Patients will then either be booked in for outpatient surgery or seen again in outpatients with the results of any investigations and/or to assess response to treatment.
Cryotherapy and injection of steroid can both be undertaken as part of an outpatient consultation.
Treatment of seborrhoeic or viral warts, molluscum contagiosum or actinic keratosis by liquid nitrogen
Injection of steroid into keloid and hypertrophic scars, patches of alopecia areata or inflammatory cysts
A specialist procedure to identify which substances may be causing an allergic skin reaction
An ultraviolet light treatment course for cases of chronic atopic eczema, widespread psoriasis and other conditions
Using local anaesthetic, a small sample of skin is taken for examination under the microscope to help establish a diagnosis
The complete removal of a benign lesion or skin cancer under local anaesthetic normally including histological confirmation
Highly specialised technique for removing complex skin cancers
Including suture removal, wound management and follow up