Most people will have a lump or a bump on their skin that has developed during time and although annoying it will be normal and seen as not a threat to the person's health, but some of these lumps or bumps lesions need to be examined and as a result, can be treated in the NHS if the diagnosis indicates there is a suspicious lesion which requires more intervention.
There are many lumps and bumps that are seen as purely cosmetic in nature which means that the NHS will not consider removing. For instance, mole removal can be treated on the NHS under medical grounds, however, if the removal is for cosmetic purposes only, the NHS will not treat the area, they may have seen their GP or an NHS Dermatologist and been told that the lump or bump is nothing to worry about. It’s in situations like these and many others that cause people to turn to private clinics.
Treatable conditions include:
Skin tags, milia, warts, verrucas are what people generally refer to as ’lumps and bumps’ are frequently seen and treated at The Skin to Love Clinic. Removal could involve laser treatment, cauterisation, cryotherapy.
Following your initial consultation, a treatment plan and full cost of the proposed treatment will be offered to you.
Patient safety and satisfaction are our priority, so you will also receive detailed aftercare advice, and a follow-up appointment will be scheduled at the end of your treatment.