Removal of Skin Lesions

Removal of Skin Lesions at Renacres Hospital

A benign skin lesion may be removed if it is causing you significant problems or is bothersome, if there is any question that it could be cancerous or for cosmetic reasons.

The removal of benign skin lesions under local anaesthetic is performed in a number of ways including shaving off, cutting out, freezing off and scooping away. The type of procedure will depend on your skin lesion type, size and location.

At Ramsay Health Care UK, we understand that you may want a benign skin lesion removed for practical, cosmetic or medical reasons.

In our network of local hospitals, located conveniently for our patients, we have Consultant Dermatologists and General Surgeons who can promptly, simply and individually remove your benign skin lesion.

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