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Mole & Skin Cancer at The Cadogan Clinic

They are usually regular in shape, and formed in either a circular or oval outline. They are caused by clusters of skin cells which produce the pigment in your skin.

Most moles are completely harmless, however some can be cancerous and extremely dangerous if allowed to grow unchecked. It is therefore very important that moles are regularly reviewed by a trained practitioner, any developments in size and shape closely monitored, and any suspicious or worrying moles removed before developing into something more dangerous.

Cryotherapy

Cryotherapy

The literal meaning of the term ‘cryotherapy’ is ‘treatment using low temperature’. Cryotherapy treatment refers to the removal of skin lesions by freezing them, with the most commonly used agent being liquid nitrogen.

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Lipoma Removal

Lipoma Removal

Lipomas are benign and generally harmless tumours of fat that protrude from the skin and occur anywhere in the body where there are fat deposits.

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Mole Check

Mole Check

The NHS and NICE guidelines recommend having your moles checked by an expert every six months – at a minimum.If you’ve had a mole removed, it’s every three months.

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Mole Removal

Mole Removal

Moles are small clusters of coloured skin cells, which can form anywhere on the human body. Moles are usually harmless and people can live with them without any complications. However, moles can be cancerous, so if a mole looks suspicious it must be removed for immediate examination under a microscope…

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Mohs Surgery

Mohs Surgery

Mohs surgery, also known as chemosurgery, was created in 1938 by the American physician and general surgeon Dr Frederic E Mohs. The procedure is a microscopically-controlled surgery designed to treat common types of skin cancer. Mohs surgery allows for the removal of skin cancer with a very narrow surgical…

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Skin Cancers and Melanomas

Skin Cancers and Melanomas

Skin cancer occurs when the genetic material inside the cells changes, causing an alteration in how cells behave. They increase in size and number, leading to the development of a tumour.

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Skin Lumps (Warts, Moles, Skin Tags)

Skin Lumps (Warts, Moles, Skin Tags)

Many people suffer from lumps or bumps on the surface of their skin or inside the skin layers. These skin abnormalities may be classified as skin tags, skin warts or skin moles and can be easily removed by one of our experts for health and aesthetic reasons.

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