Warts are benign skin growths caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV) infection. They commonly appear as small, rough, raised bumps on the skin, and can occur on various body parts, including hands, feet, and genitals.
Flat marks that develop on the skin in different shades of brown, tan or black. They are an attempt by the skin to protect itself from further sun damage having been exposed to too much sun.
Dark patches of skin that can be congenital, common, or atypical. Atypical moles need to be monitored closely as they can turn into skin cancer.
Growths on the skin that look similar to warts. They are harmless but can sometimes be irritating.
Syringoma is a benign skin condition characterized by small, flesh-colored or yellowish bumps that typically appear around the eyes.
Skin Lesions Programme
We are one of London’s leading clinics for skin lesion removal. Through careful physical examination, and using the latest diagnostic tests, we are able to confirm the diagnosis of a range of benign skin lesions.
We will also advise on the best way to remove them and then complete the procedure, whether that’s through minor skin surgery or laser, to achieve the best cosmetic outcome.