Mole, Cyst and Skin Tag Removal

Skin lesions such as moles, cysts and skin tags are fairly common and can occur almost anywhere on the body. Though rarely dangerous or medically significant it is common for affected individuals to want them removed. Following a one-on-one consultation, one of our team of highly skilled dermatology experts will be able to design a personalised treatment plan for you. Skin lesion removal is often a quick and simple, in-clinic procedure. The technique used will depend on factors such as its size and location, a local anesthetic may be administered to minimise any discomfort. Skin lesions can be removed through excision (scalpel or surgical scissors) or liquid nitrogen. Moles can also be “shaved” down to the level of surrounding skin. Methods of removal Formal Excision Shaved Excision (Curetage Technique) Cryotherapy (Freezing Technique)


Conditions Treated Moles/Cysts/Skin Tags Treatable Areas All areas of the body can be treated. However for mole removal to the face we recommend that you have this treatment with a plastic surgeon due to the potential risk of scarring. Please contact us to discuss referral to a plastic surgeon. Prices Treatment From £250 Practitioner Doctor Downtime You can resume normal activities immediately after this procedure. Results may vary based on a variety of factors, to ensure suitability you must attend a consultation*
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Cyst Removal - Before and After Treatment: Cyst Removal Area Treated: Forehead Cyst Removal - Before and After Treatment: Cyst Removal Area Treated: Forehead
Very pleased with Courthouse Clinics staff and treatment: helpful, flexible, and a very good price. They were very open about telling me what was on offer. I felt very safe and cared for.

Results may vary and are different for each individual.

Gail, Age 30 – Swindon
Dr Rose was fantastic, he delivered an amazing service and made me feel so comfortable. I will definitely return to Courthouse Clinics for future treatments.

Results may vary and are different for each individual.

Sara, Age 22 – London

Frequently Asked Questions

Click on the questions to reveal the answers. If you require any further information, please do not hesitate to call our dedicated customer care team on 0845 555 5050.
If I have a mole or a cyst is it dangerous?
Our team of experts will thoroughly examine your skin lesion and determine whether or not it is problematic. Moles and cysts are usually benign (non-cancerous), but as a precautionary method, a skin biopsy may be requested to further examine the lesion.
How would I decide which type of procedure is suitable for me?
There are various treatment options available at Courthouse Clinics. Prior to your procedure, you will meet with one of our dermatology experts to examine your skin lesion and discuss your cosmetic goals in-depth. Based on this information, we will be able to guide you through the decision-making process.
How long does the procedure take?
In general, cyst, mole or wart removal is a quick out-patient procedure in our clinic. The removal process will typically take less than an hour.
What is a skin biopsy?
If your skin lesion looks suspicious, a skin biopsy may be requested. During a skin biopsy, a sample of skin tissue will be removed and sent to a pathology laboratory for microscopic analysis. The results of a biopsy will allow your dermatologist to make a diagnosis and devise an appropriate treatment plan, if necessary.
What is cryotherapy?
Cryotherapy, also known as cryosurgery, uses liquid nitrogen – a cold liquefied gas  – to effectively “freeze off” abnormal areas of the skin. Liquid nitrogen may cause stinging and mild pain during treatment, but discomfort typically subsides within a few minutes. During recovery, the treatment area may swell and blister. The skin growth will eventually come off as a scab, revealing healthy new skin underneath. There is no downtime associated with cryotherapy. Full activity may be resumed immediately following treatment. During recovery the treatment area may swell and blister. Your wart will eventually come off as a scab, revealing healthy new skin underneath. The recovery process may take a few weeks. Additionally, you may need a total of 3 to 4 cryotherapy treatments to get rid of your wart. Treatment sessions are typically performed in 1 to 4 week intervals.

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