My first email today was from a happy patient “Looks so much better. I love it”. Thank you to my lovely patient for this start to my day. I removed…
This man kindly sent his post-op photo a few weeks after the removal of this lesion from his eyebrow. The slight redness is usual at this early stage of healing….
One of my recent patients has taken photographs of her “mole removal journey” which she is happy to share. I hope that showing them on this site, it helps others know what to expect if they wish to have a mole or minor skin lesion (lipoma or cyst) removed.
A lovely email was received this morning from the husband of a patient who I treated yesterday.
Is anyone alarmed by this? No?…..you should be.
It is a MELANOMA – a very unpleasant form of cancer, not just a cosmetic line!
I treated this problem recently using high-definition ultrasound scanning. As you see the scan shows the huge cyst under the surface.
This small varicose vein behind the knee is treated with foam sclerotherapy.
Sebaceous cysts are roundish lumps which form within the skin and classically have a little indentation on the top (the punctum).
Huge lipoma removal under local anaesthetic.
Warning – picture of the lipoma which I removed!
Delighted to see this happy lady today after her stretched earlobe repair. She is very pleased with the healing and looking forward to re-piercing and wearing earrings again.