Benign Skin Lesions Treatment

Neil Toft is a consultant plastic surgeon based in London, with an interest in mole removal and skin cancer surgery along with Benign skin lesions treatment which is a significant part of his NHS practice.

As part of his NHS commitments as a consultant, he works at the Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead, and Mount Vernon Hospital in Northwood. He deals with most aspects of plastic surgery, but his areas of specialist interest are skin cancers, and all aspects of Benign skin lesions, including children born with congenital abnormalities.

Our Benign Skin Lesions Treatment Clinics are available in Central London, North London, Stanmore, Pinner, Rickmansworth, Watford etc.

Our Treatments Includes

Skin Cancer

Ganglion cysts are noncancerous fluid-filled lumps that usually develop along with the tendons or joints of wrists or hands.

skin mole removal treatment

Dupuytren’s disease is a contraction, also called disease, is an abnormal thickening of the skin between the palm and the base of the finger.

Sebaceous cysts

A skin cyst is a fluid-filled bump that lies just underneath the skin & is normally harmless and however, the cysts need to be checked by the physician.

Lipomas

Lipomas are soft, fatty lumps that grow on the skin. They are caused by the overgrowth of fat cells that have developed in the body.

Seborrhoeic Keratosis

Ganglion cysts are noncancerous fluid-filled lumps that usually develop along with the tendons or joints of wrists or hands.

Revision of unsightly scars

Dupuytren’s disease is a contraction, also called disease, is an abnormal thickening of the skin between the palm and the base of the finger.

Warts / Skin Tags

Ganglion cysts are noncancerous fluid-filled lumps that usually develop along with the tendons or joints of wrists or hands.

Keloid Scars

Trapeziectomy is a surgical procedure used to treat a medical condition called thumb osteoarthritis.

Intradermal Naevi

Trigger finger occurs when a finger locks up in a bent position and then snaps straight as if squeezing a trigger. It's also known as steno sing tenosynovitis.