The Harley Street’s Skin Clinic brings together a world-leading team of clinical and cosmetic specialists – all under one roof
Our clinic for complex skin care focuses on the detection and treatment of skin cancer. It also offers a number of services to help manage the debilitating side effects of cancer treatments on the skin and hair. These include hair loss therapy (steroid injections) and laser therapy to treat troublesome rashes and acne.
Our Mole Mapping service uses state-of-the-art technology to assess moles and lesions, and detect those at risk of melanoma. If a suspicious mole is detected, it can be removed the very same day.
We also offer a specialist surveillance programme for high risk groups, including those with HIV and CLL, and individuals who have had organ transplants.
What are the benefits?
- We can distinguish between harmless and suspicious moles, preventing unnecessary surgery.
- Early diagnosis of melanoma can dramatically increase recovery rate – those with a melanoma of less than 0.75mm thick can be successfully treated in approximately 95% of cases.
Treatment of Skin Cancer
Our ‘one-stop’ MOHS service for skin cancer means it can be diagnosed and treated during one appointment.
MOHS surgery is a technique used to ensure that the maximum amount of healthy tissue is maintained, whilst working scrupulously to remove all the skin cancer present.
To reduce scarring, our team of reconstructive surgeons can work to improve the aesthetic appearance of the skin and restore the patient’s wellbeing.
We also offer photodynamic therapy to treat pre-cancerous changes on the skin non-surgically – this procedure produces the best possible cosmetic results.
To make an appointment at the skin clinic please click the button below or call our appointments line on +442070348181
- Photodynamic therapy
- MOHS surgery + reconstruction
- Minor operations/biopsies (skin lesions, cysts, etc)
- Steroid injections for hair loss
- Keloid scar treatment
- Laser treatments
Did you know?
Around 50% of cancer patients will experience some sort of skin or hair issue.
Malignant melanoma is the fifth most common cancer in the UK.