Assessment and surgical services
Whether for health or cosmetic reasons, we can remove most unwanted moles. Our specialists will explain the different removal methods and expected outcomes, giving you all the information you need.
Seborrheic keratosis is usually harmless. But if you have any concerns about yours, or would like it gone, our specialists are here to offer assessment, information and removal procedures.
Malignant melanoma and other skin cancers can be scary. However, our specialists will ensure you are on the most effective treatment path, whether this is removal or treatment in clinic, or a referral directly onto the NHS two week wait list.
Basal cell carcinoma
Any new lumps, bumps, lesions, ulcers or discoloured skin patches should always be checked out. Our specialists can screen for basal cell carcinoma, giving you the support and answers you need.
Skin tags and blemishes
As skin tags and cosmetic blemishes are usually harmless, they won’t normally be removed on the NHS. But with Oxona, you have access to a range of removal procedures, boosting your confidence and preventing irritation.
Warts and verrucas
Warts and verrucas are contagious and can be tough to get rid of, often affecting your self esteem. Our specialists offer a range of removal methods and treatment options to help you control them.
Want to remove your skin cyst for aesthetic reasons, or unsure whether it could be a boil or abscess? Talk to Oxona. We can diagnose and remove cysts with minimal invasion.
Lipomas are rarely a cause for concern, though it’s important to have them checked out. We offer surgical removal procedures, with the option of pain and anxiety medication.
Keloid scars can’t be removed completely, but there are several ways to improve their appearance. Oxona’s specialists offer consultation and a range of therapies, helping you choose the right path for you.
Although spider veins are generally harmless, you might want to reduce their appearance for cosmetic reasons. Oxona provides assessment and advice about your condition, alongside a choice of minimally invasive treatments.