FAQ’s

<i>How do I make a booking?</i>

Call our customer service on 020 8144 3773 or use theBook a Consultation

<i>Do you accept Health Insurance?</i>

We are a private company with no public funds and provide an alternative to the conventional health service therefore we don’t accept any Health Insurance

<i>Can my GP refer me here?</i>

We are a private company with no public funds and provide an alternative to the conventional health service therefore your GP cannot refer you to us

<i>Will you provide any personal medication should I need them?</i>

The High Precision Dermatology Centre have its own in house Homeopathic pharmacy. Should you require any medications we can supply these immediately and will talk you through how to use them before you leave the clinic.

<i>What are the causes of acne?</i>

Acne is caused when tiny holes in the skin, known as hair follicles, become blocked.Read More…

<i>What are the causes of Dermatitis (Eczema) ?</i>

Atopic Eczema, also known as Atopic Dermatitis, is the most common form of eczema. Eczema is a condition that causes the skin to become itchy, red, dry and cracked.Read More…

<i>What are the causes of Mole ?</i>

The scientific name for moles is melanocytic naevi.
Moles are often a brownish colour, although some may be darker or skin-coloured. They can be flat or raised, smooth or rough, and some have hair growing from them. Moles are usually circular with a smooth edge and are small coloured spots (pigment) in your skin.Read More…

<i>What are the causes of Skin Infection ?</i>

If MRSA infects the skin, it can result in a wound infection, boil or abscess. If it infects the deeper layers of skin, it’s known as cellulitis. The symptoms of an MRSA infection will depend on what part of the body is infected.Read More…

<i>Are evening and weekend appointments available?</i>

Call our customer service on 020 8144 3773 or use theBook a Consultation

<i>What is your cancellation policy?</i>

We don’t really have a cancellation policy. We understand that you can change your mind and we won’t charge you anything unless we state it clearly.

<i>Do you have wheelchair access?</i>

We don’t, but our staff is ready to assist you in any way needed. Please advise us in advance.

<i>What are the causes of Skin Tags ?</i>

Skin tags (acrochordons) are small flesh-coloured or brown growths that hang off the skin and look a bit like warts. They’re very common and harmless. Skin tags can vary in size from a few millimetres up to 5cm wide.Read More…

<i>What are the causes of Birthmarks ?</i>

Birthmarks are coloured marks that are visible on the skin. They’re often present at birth or develop soon afterwards. The two main types of birthmark are: Vascular Birthmarks (often red, pink or purple) caused by abnormal blood vessels in or under the skin. The Pigmented Birthmarks (usually brown) caused by clusters of pigment cells.Read More…

<i>What are the causes of Keloid?</i>

A keloid scar is an overgrowth of tissue that occurs when too much collagen is produced at the site of the wound and the scar keeps growing, even after the wound has healed.Read More…

<i>What are the causes of Molluscum ?</i>

The main symptom of Molluscum Contagiosum (MC) is the development of a number of small spots on the skin. The spots are usually firm and dome-shaped, with a small dimple in the middle. They are usually less than 5mm (0.5cm) across, but can sometimes be bigger.Read More…

<i>What are the causes of Psoriasis ?</i>

Typically causes patches of skin that are dry, red and covered in silver scales. It can cause itching or soreness. Many people have only one form of psoriasis, although two different types can occur together, or become more severe.

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