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Dermatology

Private medical and cosmetic skin care

Our dermatology team specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions of the skin, hair and nails — from common problems to complex cancers

Overview

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, as well as inflammatory skin diseases like rosacea, eczema and psoriasis. We provide comprehensive mole evaluation and the removal of benign (non-cancerous) skin lesions, including warts. If you have skin cancer, our multidisciplinary teams of dermatologists, plastic surgeons, pathologists and oncologists use their combined expertise to deliver treatment for everything from basal cell carcinoma (BCC) to malignant melanoma. We also offer expertise in cosmetic dermatology to improve the appearance of blemishes, scars and age-related skin problems using laser treatment, injections and chemical peels.

Expertise

Whether you hope to improve the appearance of a scar or a birthmark, or you've noticed an unusual rash or mole, we can offer the expert care you need.

  • Mole mapping

    Need to know

    If you have multiple moles, new or large moles, or a family history of skin cancer, you may want to consider mole mapping. New moles or changes to existing moles can be a sign of skin cancer. Mole mapping makes it easier to detect these changes, leading to faster diagnosis and treatment.

  • Excision of skin lesions

    Need to know

    Common skin lesions include moles, freckles, birthmarks, cysts, warts and skin tags. Although they're usually harmless (benign), you may have a lesion removed for cosmetic reasons or as a precaution against skin cancer. You may also have a skin lesion removed to diagnose or treat skin cancer.

  • Mohs-surgery

    Need to know

    Mohs surgery is used to treat cancers — including basal cell and squamous cell carcinoma — on the face and other sensitive areas. The cancer is removed in thin layers and analysed under a microscope until no further cancer cells are present. Mohs surgery is considered the gold standard for removal of...

  • Scar revision

    Need to know

    If you have a scar caused by an injury or a previous surgery, revision treatment can minimise the appearance of old and new scar tissue – including keloid scars, contractures and facial scars. Depending on the size and location of your scar, your consultant will recommend the best treatment for you.

Consultant in theatres

Our consultants

Under our care, you'll be looked after by an experienced consultant dermatologist from your first visit.

Our facilities

Our hospitals are equipped to offer on-site diagnosis and the latest dermatology treatments, including phototherapy, laser treatment and Mohs surgery.

The Harley Street Clinic facility

The skin clinic at Harley Steet

The Harley Street Clinic's dedicated skin cancer service brings together an outstanding team of clinical and cosmetic skin care experts who specialise in the diagnosis and treatment of skin cancer.
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