Treatments We Offer

We offer a wide variety of treatment options from topical creams to minor surgery. A qualified member of our Dermatology team will assess each patient to determine the best course of action for their condition.

Should surgery be determined to be necessary, this will happen at a later appointment. Every patient will receive all the necessary details they require, and they are encouraged to ask any questions they may have regarding their medical condition and future management.

Please be advised for our clinicians to carry out a thorough skin check at your initial appointment, as well as any later follow-up appointments, you might be required to remove your clothing. Please refrain from wearing makeup if you are seeking treatment for acne, facial eczema, or any other facial condition.

Surgical procedures

In order to verify a probable diagnosis, we are likely to carry out a small surgical procedure. The location and extent of the lesion will determine the type of procedure that is needed. Under local anaesthesia, the surgical process is typically completed in an hour or less.

For more information, please read our patient information leaflet.


Phototherapy is a form of treatment that uses ultraviolet light to treat skin conditions such as Psoriasis and Eczema. It is closely monitored by a Dermatology Nurse, and patients are expected to attend twice a week, for 10 to 12 weeks.


Biologic injections are a relatively new therapeutic treatment option. They are used to help treat patients with severe psoriasis, patients who have not responded to traditional treatments, those who are unable to tolerate standard treatments, or who are not suitable for standard treatments such as Methotrexate, Ciclosporin, or Phototherapy are among the few who may benefit from biologic injections. All patients starting a Biologic therapy will need to undergo baseline testing before going ahead. A strict monitoring programme is also necessary.


Cryotherapy is a minimally invasive procedure, and it is used to freeze benign skin lesions. This is accomplished by using liquid nitrogen, which is extremely cold at –196°C. Usually, there is no specific instructions needed during the healing phase.