Consultation - Price

Many of our patients begin with a consultation with one of our specialists. You can discuss the procedure you are considering or hear about the services we offer. Some people are referred to us by their GP, while others might find one of our clinics on their own. During a consultation, you can raise any worries or concerns you might have relating to any of the moles you have. The consultant you see can make suggestions about which procedures might be best for you, whether it's to have your moles mapped or to have a mole removed.


Mole Removal - Price

Many people come to us for mole removal if they have concerns about one or more moles. You might have a mole removed because you dislike its appearance, or perhaps because it catches on clothes or other items. Other people need to have a mole removal procedure for more serious reasons, such as a risk of skin cancer. A mole removal procedure is usually quick and may not even need stitches or a follow-up appointment. Before having a mole removed, you will usually have a consultation with one of our doctors. However, you might also have been referred to us by your GP. When we remove moles that could contain cancer cells, we can send them to be tested in a laboratory.


Mole Mapping - Price

Mole mapping is both a diagnostic and preventative measure that we offer to patients. The process maps out the moles you have on your body so that you have a record of size, shape, colour, and type. This makes it easier to detect any changes, should they occur, which can be an indication of a potential problem. Mole mapping can also help to screen for any existing problems and identify any moles that might need to be removed. Mole mapping uses digital technology to take photos of your skin and take a look at the images up close. It can be performed on your whole body, or only on the upper or lower parts of the body. Men often have most of their moles above the waistline.