A dedicated skin cancer service at The Harley Street Clinic

The Harley Street Clinic , 35 Weymouth Street , London, W1B 8BJ

Why choose our skin clinic?

Our skin clinic brings together an outstanding team of clinical and cosmetic skin care experts who specialise in the diagnosis and treatment of skin cancer.

We offer a mole mapping service that uses the latest technology to assess moles and lesions on your skin for the risk of melanoma. If we identify a suspicious mole, we can remove it the very same day.

We also provide photodynamic therapy to treat potentially pre-cancerous lesions on your skin non-surgically. 

One-stop Mohs service

As part of our clinic we provide a one-stop Mohs service, where we can diagnose and treat certain skin cancers in the same appointment. Mohs is a specialised surgical technique used to completely remove skin cancer cells while sparing healthy tissue. Our team of plastic and reconstructive surgeons will work to make sure you get the best cosmetic result. They can offer scar revision treatment for any prominent scarring. 

Our specialties

Along with diagnosing and treating skin cancer, we also help address the side effects that other cancer treatments can have on your hair and skin.

Our dedicated multidisciplinary team of dermatologists, surgeons and oncologists will work together to make sure you have the very best care.

  • Dermatology

    Need to know

    As the largest organ of your body, your skin can be affected by a large number of conditions — from minor blemishes such as scars or birthmarks to cancers resulting from years of sun exposure. Our experienced skin care experts diagnose and treat a full range of skin problems such as acne and infections,...

  • Plastic surgery

    Need to know

    Plastic surgery is the medical specialty dedicated to improving or restoring the appearance and/or function of a part of the body. It's made up of two areas: cosmetic surgery and reconstructive surgery. Cosmetic procedures are carried out for aesthetic reasons and include things like face lifts...

  • Clinical oncology

    Need to know

    Clinical oncology uses radiotherapy and systemic therapy to treat and manage cancer, without surgery. Radiotherapy treats cancer using exact and carefully measured doses of radiation directed to the specific area of the body where the cancer is. Systemic therapy includes chemotherapy, hormone therapy...

Contact us

Any questions? Get in touch and we'll be happy to help.

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020 3733 5886

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020 7436 4441
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