Private Mole, Cyst, Skin Tag & Wart Removal

If a mole, cyst, skin tag or wart bothers you in any way, you can choose to have it remove privately.

By Andrew Hatfield
Updated: 20th July 2020

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If you are concerned about a mole or lump on your skin you should speak to your GP. You can ask to see one of our Consultant Dermatologists, General or Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons privately without any long delays.

We have launched our laser skin clinic, which offers free consultations for the laser removal of moles, and other lesions located on the surface of the skin including the face and eyelids.

For more information visit laser mole removal treatment.

We do not offer free consultations with Consultant Dermatologists or Consultant General Surgeons.

Our Consultants specialise in diagnosing and cosmetically removing moles, cysts, skin tags or warts and offer a range of non-surgical and surgical treatments.

What treatments are available for Private Mole, Cyst, Skin Tag & Wart Removal?

The procedure which is most clinically appropriate depends on the type, size and location of the lesion. You will need a consultation with one of our Consultants to discuss which type of excision is best for you.

Which consultants treat Moles, cysts, skin tags & warts?

Consultants who treat Moles, cysts, skin tags & warts include:

  • Professor Shokrollahi
  • Mr Graham
  • Mr Liew
  • Mr Iqbal
  • Dr Yell
  • Dr Alkali

Want to be seen privately?

Whether you have medical insurance or decide to fund your care yourself, we deliver the very best of healthcare in a friendly and safe environment.

You will be offered an appointment at the earliest convenient date for you.

For information about booking appointment you can contact us on 01744 746 425 or enquiries@fairfield.org.uk

The information on this page is for reference only and has been reviewed by appropriate medical or clinical professionals. The information contained on this page should not be a substitute for professional medical advice nor is it intended to be for medical diagnosis or treatment.