Dazed Beauty: Dr Ross Perry Mole Removal
Expert Mole Removal
Dr Ross Perry founded Cosmedics Skin Clinics and is renowned for his expertise in mole removal.
Dazed Beauty writer Felicia Pennant visited to find out more about moles and how they can be removed.
The writer states:
“For doctors specialising in mole removal, there’s no judgement on a patient’s reasons for doing it. Their ultimate goal is to remove the mole with minimal scarring.”
The feature starts by exploring what type of patients Dr Ross Perry sees in his mole removal practice. Dr Perry says:
“Anyone who wants a mole removed for cosmetic reasons or is worried about it.”
Regarding cosmetic concerns, Ross explains:
“Everyone has their own personal reasons: most find them unsightly or their children start to point them out.”
In terms of medical concerns, he says:
“They can often be concerned that they are changing so they want peace of mind by getting rid of them.”
Dr Ross Perry explains what mole removal actually involves:
“After the correct diagnosis of the skin lesion is made, most mole removals involve using a local anaesthetic to numb the skin so it’s pain-free. The mole is then removed by whatever means is deemed best.”
Mole removal is a very quick procedure and surprisingly pain-free, as Dr Perry explains:
“The surgery or laser normally only takes 20-30 minutes, so it’s over very quickly. Patients walk in, walk out and go back to their normal daily routine.”
Cosmedics Skin Clinics offers a number of different mole removal options according to the nature of the mole itself:
“Flat moles can be removed by laser or surgical excision with stitches, while raised moles are often removed by a combination of shave excision and laser.
“Shave excision and laser heal like a graze over 7-10 days. It’s quick, simple and patients love the results, having been told often incorrectly by their doctor that it will be worse.”
Recovery mole removal will depend on the procedure used. The simpler shave excision and laser procedures don’t need any stitches, but for moles removed by excision:
“Occasionally there may be stitches that need removing 5-10 days later. The moles are normally covered with dressings and kept clean until they heal over a week or so.”
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Cosmedics Skin Clinics is a leading provider of mole removal procedures in the UK with clinics in London and Bristol. Consultations and procedures are carried out by experienced doctors who can remove moles same day using local anaesthetic to make the treatment completely pain-free.
Cosmedics Skin Clinics’ doctors are all trained in the latest methods designed for minimal-scarring results after healing.
Dr Ross Perry
Ross qualified at Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospital Medical School in 1994. His career includes NHS skin cancer reconstruction, work as a GP, as well as private cosmetic skin treatments.
He established Cosmedics Skin Clinics in 2003 and remains in charge as Medical Director. He is best known for dealing with unwanted skin lesions and blemishes (e.g. moles, cysts, warts skin tags) and natural-looking use of non-surgical cosmetic injections (BOTOX® Anti-Wrinkle Injections and Facial Fillers).
Cosmedics Skin Clinics
Cosmedics Skin Clinics was established in 2003 and has built up an excellent reputation for cosmetic and medical skin treatments, carried out by GMC Registered Doctors. The company offer a full range of cosmetic treatments, including popular lip enhancement and wrinkle relaxing injections, dermal fillers; plus medical treatments including mole removal, thread vein treatment and excessive sweating injections.
Cosmedics Skin Clinics has a team of skin treatment doctors and surgeons in their 5 skin clinics across London and Bristol led by Dr Ross Perry.
Call 020 7386 0464 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book an appointment.
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