Dr Ross Perry Treatment

Additional appointments for mole, cyst, wart and skin tag treatment have been released with Dr Ross Perry at the London Mole Removal Centre this month.

Dr Perry’s appointments fill up very quickly, but this month, some additional clinics have been arranged to avoid the buildup of waiting lists. This means that there is extra availability for clients looking to have a consultation or treatment. Particularly good news as January is a very busy month for skin treatments, with a big increase in the number of clients looking for appointments.

Ross is much in demand, having been featured in numerous magazines as a top mole removal expert who has removed literally thousands of moles in his career. He also treats a range of other skin lesions, such as cysts, warts and skin tags, including embarrassing intimate areas which many doctors would refuse to see. His calm and gentle manner is reassuring to patients who are nervous or worried.

After removal, moles are sent to a private and independent lab for assessment. Most are benign, but this simple check demonstrates Dr Perry’s commitment to thoroughness. It means that patients can really get peace of mind about any worrying skin blemish.

Private Mole and Blemish Removal

Cosmedics’ London Mole Removal Centre offer treatment for a range of skin lesions and blemishes including cysts, skin tags, warts, verruca, lipoma, xanthelasma at its own private clinics.

All consultations and treatments are carried out in person by doctors who are specially trained in the latest laser and skin surgery techniques and are highly experienced in the field.

Further advantages of private treatment at the London Mole Removal Centre include:

  • No waiting lists
  • Blemishes can often be removed in the same appointment as the consultation
  • Choice of clinics in London and also Bristol
  • Removed lesions can be tested with report provided if required

For more information or to book a consultation, please complete the form on this web page or call 020 7731 3791.

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