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Private Dermatology

Dermatology is a branch of medicine that deals with investigation, diagnosis and treatment of the skin and disorders of the skin. Dermatology has both medical and surgical aspects to it. Skin is the largest organ in the human body, that functions to provide a protective barrier against mechanical, thermal, and physical injury as well as hazardous substances. In addition to acting as a sensory organ, it prevents moisture loss and reduces harmful effects of UV radiation. Skin problems are quite common and can be very distressing. Especially, on highly visible areas of the skin, for e.g., the face, head, or arms, often causing lack of self-confidence.
Despite the availability of many off the shelf topical creams, lotions and cosmetic treatments on the market, some skin conditions require medical interventions to manage or resolve. A Dermatologist is a medically qualified doctor who is an expert in dermatology with many years of training this field. They can determine the best treatment option(s) for your specific needs based on a thorough assessment and diagnosis. At the Dermacore Clinic Telford, our Consultant Dermatologists provide investigation, diagnosis, management and treatment for all types skin conditions.
If you are looking to seek medical advice regarding your skin condition, why not book an appointment today? Our consultants would love to help.

Most common skin conditions covered:

  • Acne
  • Contact dermatitis
  • Eczema
  • Psoriasis
  • Rosacea
  • Hives (urticaria)
  • Skin cancer
  • Hair and pigment disorders
  • Conditions related to sun exposure.
  • Scarring.
  • Moles, Cysts, Nodules (any other lumps and bumps on the skin)
  • Skin Allergies.
  • Inflammatory.
  • Or any other skin abnormality.

What to expect:

What to expect:

At your first appointment the Consultant Dermatologist will discuss the following:

  • The symptoms you currently have
  • How long you have had your symptom.
  • Diagnosis from GP if you have seen them before.
  • Any treatments you have had (medical or otherwise)
  • Discuss your concerns in a holistic way.
  • Your medical history and any medications you take.

The Dermatologist will examine your skin on the day, however some skin conditions can sometimes require additional investigations such as:

Blood tests 

Allergy testing

Biopsy – a sample skin is taken to be sent for analysis.

The types of skin surgery can be carried out at Dermacore by our Dermatologist are:

Excision of skin lesion and skin cancers– the lesion is surgically cut away and sent for further analysis

Mole removal – may be necessary if the mole is suspected to be cancerous. Alternatively, you might want to have a mole removed for cosmetic reasons.

Skin biopsies- for suspected lesions or diagnosis of a rash.

Skin Tag Removal.

Steroid Injections for certain skin conditions.


Dermatology Consultation £160
Annual Skin Review£250
Diagnostic skin biopsy£160
Excision (removing a whole lesion) of benign lesion£250 (single lesion)
£300 (2 lesions)
£350 (3 lesions)
*Four lesions and above upon request
Curettage£160 (single lesion)
£180 (two lesions)
£200 (three)
*Four lesions and above upon request
Mole Mapping
Initial Skin Review + mole mapping of the entire body with Fotofinder*
Steroid Injection (e.g. for keloids or cysts)£150
Removal of Skin Tags£150-£180 depending on the number

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