Expert mole testing and removal by experienced dermatologists
- Comprehensive mole screening provided by leading skin specialists
- Private testing for melanoma with fast and accurate diagnosis
- Quick and simple mole removal under local anaesthetic
What are Moles?
Moles are small growths on the skin, usually black or brown, that can vary considerably in size, colour and shape. Benign moles are harmless but can cause discomfort, for instance, if they catch on your clothes, or they are a source of embarrassment. In either case, moles can be safely removed from the body through a straightforward procedure, usually under local anaesthetic.
There may be an issue if you notice any significant changes in a mole’s appearance. If you have a mole that has grown, changed colour or started to itch, bleed or weep, your dermatologist may advise that it is removed and tested to find out if it is cancerous. This is routine and does not mean that you have skin cancer.
I can’t recommend this clinic highly enough. The treatment I received for my skin cancer was first classAL, London
The team at the Devonshire Clinic were excellent. From booking my appointments to every part of my treatment, I felt that I was in the very best hands.CH, London
Before visiting the clinic I had quite high expectations, but I was blown away by just how brilliant the experience was. I felt like I was the only patient in the clinic. Simply the best medical treatment.SF, London
Available Mole checks Treatments
Mole Removal If you have a mole that has grown, changed colour or started to bleed or weep, your dermatologist may advise that it is removed and tested to find out if it is cancerous. This is routine and does not mean that you have skin cancer. Most moles, even ones that look abnormal, are […]Read More
Why use the Devonshire Clinic?
If you are concerned about a mole, or if you wish to have a mole removed for cosmetic purposes, you should choose a skin specialist with the appropriate level of expertise. We are highly qualified and experienced dermatologists. Whether you are looking for a test or removal, whatever the issue is, we can provide an advanced service with effective treatments and expert advice.
Our Dermatology Specialists
Our team of skin specialists at our dermatology clinic in London have many years of experience in treating patients with skin conditions. We understand your issues and aim to tailor our service so that you feel comfortable and reassured. Learn more about our dermatology consultants below.
Dr Conal Perrett
& Dermatological Surgeon
Dr Conal Perrett is a leading Consultant Dermatologist & Dermatologic Surgeon practising at The Devonshire Clinic. Dr Perrett has expertise in general Dermatology and a specialist interest in skin cancer and skin surgery, utilising the most advanced high-tech equipment and techniques, including Photodynamic therapy (PDT), lasers and Mohs micrographic surgery.
Dr Jane McGregor
For over 30 years, Dr Jane McGregor has provided expert dermatological care to patients. She has expertise in photobiology, skin cancer, sun allergy and dermatology. Dr Jane McGregor is an internationally recognised specialist in her field of skin cancer and skin disease for organ transplant recipients.
Dr Ian Logan
Consultant Dermatologist and Dermatological Surgeon
Dr Ian Logan specialises in skin lesion diagnosis and removal, skin cancer, skin surgery, Mohs micrographic surgery and general dermatology. Dr Ian Logan has received higher specialist training after completing a fellowship in Mohs Surgery and Advanced Dermatological Surgery at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Trust.
Mr Colin Hopper
Consultant Head and Neck Surgeon
At University College London Hospital (UCLH) Mr Colin Hopper is a Consultant Head and Neck Surgeon, as well as the Programme Director for the MSc and MClin Dent program at UCL Eastman Dental Institute. Mr Colin Hopper is the international authority on Photodynamic therapy for head and neck cancer, and his work has produced over 100 publications to date.
Dr Elizabeth Kulakov
Consultant Dermatologist and Dermatological Surgeon
Dr Elizabeth Kulakov is the Skin Cancer Lead at University College London Hospital NHS Trust. Dr Elizabeth Kulakov specialises in skin cancer, skin surgery, Mohs micrographic surgery and general dermatology.
Dr Rachel Sidwell
Dr Rachel Sidwell is a highly experienced Consultant Dermatologist. Whilst she consults on all skin issues including skin cancers and general Dermatology, she has special expertise in paediatric dermatology.
Dr Rubeta Matin
Dr Rubeta Matin specialises in skin cancer, general dermatology and oral/vulval skin disease. An acclaimed clinical researcher, she collaborates with world-renowned global specialists and is the research lead for skin cancer in the dermatology department at the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Dr Ashley Spencer
Dr Ashley Spencer is ranked first nationally for entrance into dermatology training which has earned her a place on the North London Dermatology Training Programme. Dr Ashley Spencer specialises in many treatments for skin conditions, especially skin manifestations of connective tissue disease, including lupus. As a member of the Royal Society of Medicine, the British Association of Dermatologists and the British Society for the Study of vulval disease, Dr Ashley Spencer has access to the latest information about dermatology.