Dermatology in Epsom
Our skin is one of our biggest concerns for us as individuals, how we look ultimately can have an impact on how we feel about ourselves and how we feel that others see us. sk:n Clinics Epsom wants to be there for you to help you discover better sk:n.
If you have moles, birthmarks, scarring, verrucae and warts, pigmentation of the skin or lumps and bumps then sk:n clinics can provide you with access to the best treatments in the industry administered by the highest recommended doctors and dermatologists in the country.
sk:n Clinics Epsom can offer you more than you might think:
- Most effective clinically proven treatments
- Over 35 clinics nationwide, and more to come!
- Open seven days a week
- Safe and trusted medical expertise
We have been in partnership with the NHS for over 25 years, as in-house laser experts, providing the latest in medical laser technology.
You can access our clinic page to find out more.
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Not far from Chessington World of Adventures Resort, sk:n Clinics Epsom is located in Rowan House (Woodcote Green Road entrance) Epsom Hospital, Dorking Road, Epsom, Surrey KT18 7EG.
From junction 9 M25, take the Leatherhead by-pass to a small roundabout and take the first turning onto A24 for Epsom, travel through to the other side of Ashtead with woodland either side of the road. On approach in to Epsom take the first turning on the right onto Woodcote Side. Follow the road as it becomes Woodcote Green Road. sk:n clinics is a short distance down on the left hand side at the back of the hospital.
sk:n have 4 free allocated car parking spaces but please obtain a parking pass from the clinic on arrival to display in your vehicle.
Alternatively clients can use the main hospital car park which is accessed from Dorking Road. The cost is £2 for the first hour (free for the first 20 minutes), and then £1 for every 30 minutes afterwards to a maximum of £12 per 24 hours. sk:n clients who pay for this parking will be given a complimentary voucher to be used in clinic for the cost of the parking.
At sk:n Epsom you will be greeted by Kate Flory Clinic Manager. She has an expert team comprising of highly trained medical practitioners and nurses. Dr Achuth Hosur will be keen to see clients for mole removal and acne scarring as these are some of his key interests. Dr Chris Harland (MA, MB, FRCP) is the medical director of sk:n in Epsom also working for NHS Trust Univeristy Hospitals Epsom & St. Helier, he has a strong interest in skin cancer surgery and medical education.
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*exact prices to be confirmed during your consultation
If you would like to find out more about coming to sk:n Clinics then call us free from a landline on where one of our Clinic Support team would be happy to help answer any further questions you have.
I was so self conscious of my birthmark, being on the front of my neck, I always wore scarves even in the summer just to hide it, now it's gone I can wear pretty necklaces!
I couldn't walk far for years because my verrucas would rub against my shoes, and make me feet sore. After laser removal treatments at sk:n they've all gone! Now I can go on hiking holidays!
Discover more about our dermatology treatments at sk:n
Below you can see a summary of some of the most troublesome skin concerns that we can provide treatments for with outstanding results.
Rosacea is a redness to the facial area, such as on the cheeks, nose, forehead and chin area, although it can appear on the neck and chest. The redness can be like a hot flush, or hardening of the skin, sometimes with spots, accompanied with a stinging or burning sensation and the appearance of broken red blood vessels.
The cause of the condition is not yet known however it is thought to be associated with malformation of small blood vessels under the skin, genetic factors and immune system deficiencies. Although there is currently no cure for rosacea there are certainly treatments that sk:n clinics can offer you to reduce its severity.
These include medical grade skin peels and specialised medical laser treatments.
Find out more about rosacea treatments
Before Rosacea Treatment and After...
Many people do not realise that removal of a birthmark is possible. Birthmarks usually exist from birth but can become apparent shortly after. They are a coloured mark on the skin that are seen in a variety of sizes, shapes and colours. The most common ones are treatable at sk:n:
Find out more about laser birthmark removal
- Vascular birthmarks: Red or purple in colour, these are caused by a build-up of faulty blood vessels under the surface of the skin.
- Pigmented birthmarks: Brown in colour, these are caused by a build-up of melanin under the surface of the skin.
Moles are normally small harmless patches of brown or black skin that are made up of cells that form together called, 'melanocytes' they create a variety of shapes and sizes (although most are circular or oval) on the surface of the skin. Moles can be removed, by either shave, excision or laser therapy. Occasionally moles can be a cause for concern and should be seen by a dermatologist or specialist doctor used to seeing moles. At sk:n we have the most highly recommended doctors in the UK available for appointments on a weekly basis.
For more information on Moles and how we would treat them visit our Mole Removal page.
Upto 80% of 11 to 30 year olds are affected by acne at some point in their lives. Acne is a relentless skin condition that causes a multitude of emotions for those concerned, from low self esteem to insecurity and constant worry of what others think. Unfortunately there is no cure but there are fantastic treatments available to reduce the symptoms of acne by over 40% in just six weeks. These acne treatments are offered at sk:n, because we want to offer you the best treatments on the market together with the highest medically trained team and help you to discover better skin.
Treatments include medical grade skin peels, prescription-only medicines, specialist clinical products and Isolaz laser treatment.
Explore different acne types
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SIX MISConceptions about treatment for skin concerns that sk:n clinics can change
- No clinic can fit around my busy schedule and working hours:dermatology consultations are available in sk:n clinics across the UK 7 days a week, from 8am starts to 8pm finish on weekdays
- Only my GP can refer me to see a dermatologist: sk:n clinics doesn't require a referral from your doctor
- I won't be able to afford treatments: we have a variety of treatments available and they start as low as just £50
- Treatments don't exist for my skin concerns: sk:n provide a wide range of clinically proven treatments for all skin types
- Treatment won't work for me and my skin: access to the UK's top dermatologists and the most advanced technology in the medical world we will be sure to find a treatment for everyone
- Independent clinics might not be as good as the NHS: sk:n is registered with 'Treatment You Can Trust' and governed by the Care Quality Commission.