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Minor Surgery

At LivingCare all Minor Surgery procedures are carried out by a specialist team of consultants in Minor Surgery and supported by fully trained nurses.

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Minor Surgery procedures

At LivingCare all Minor Surgery procedures are carried out by a specialist team of consultants in Minor Surgery and supported by fully trained nurses who are able to help with:​

  • Cysts and Lipomas with removal or alternatively, if required an ultrasound can or biopsy.
  • Cryotherapy service for the removal of warts and/or skin tags.
  • Blepharoplasty (Eyelid Reshaping)
  • Earlobe Correction
  • Mole and Skin Tag Removal
  • Skin Cancer Treatment
  • Surgical Tattoo Removal  (must be smaller than 5cm)

Our Prices

Minor Surgery Services

(Surgical procedures for moles, lumps and bumps)

  • Consultation: £150
  • Skin lesion removal: From £600
  • Mole removal: From £500
  • Cyst removal: From £500
  • Lipoma removal: From £600
  • Soborrhoeic Keratosis / Wart removal: From £500
  • Upper Blepharoplasty: From £2200
  • Earlobe correction: From £695
  • Surgical tattoo removal: From £1000

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Patient Pathway

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Step 1

Patient contacts our team with a brief description of their symptoms. All responses are addressed within 2 hours of the enquiry and will be answered within the hours of 8am - 5pm between Monday and Friday.

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Step 2

The patient will then attend our Thorpe Park Clinic on the specified date and time. During the consultation he will assess the skin condition and determine the most suitable treatment.

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Step 3

After the consultation, an appointment will be booked by our private services team for your procedure. This will also take place at our Thorpe Park Clinic.

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Step 4

Following any tests or procedures completed, all results will be sent back to Ian Smith who will determine whether a follow up appointment to discuss your results or any further treatment which may be required.

The Process

Your healthcare journey in 4 easy steps...

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Get in touch

Give us a call or use our contact form below to get in touch with us.

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We contact you

Within 24 hours by somebody from our team.
We'll offer you an appointment date and time to suit you.

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Attend your appointment

Attend your appointment on your chosen date and time to see our highly qualified consultant.

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Anything else?

We'll refer you for any further tests, treatments or reviews you might need, and take care of the booking processes following your appointment.

Payment Options

Self Pay

We understand that immediate access to healthcare is sometimes essential. With our self-pay service, there are no waiting lists. Within 24 hours, you will be offered a consultation date to see a medical professional that is convenient for you. Our expert team can then give you an assessment and treatment within 1 week of your consultation.

Your consultation and any tests, scans or investigations will be charged separately, however all of these costs will be quoted to you before anything commences and you are under no obligation to continue your treatment with us unless you are happy to do so.

To find a full overview of our services and prices, please visit our Prices page.

Medical Insurance

If you are paying for your procedure or treatment with medical insurance, you will need to liaise closely with the insurance provider throughout the process.

​​Before attending your first appointment, you should contact your insurance company to check that that your condition is covered for all stages of treatments.​

You will need to visit your GP and ask them to refer you to The LivingCare Group at Thorpe Park Clinic for a private procedure. Your GP will write a letter of referral and then either you or your GP can contact us to arrange your first appointment.