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Our Price Guide

Initial Consultation £290
Follow Up £240
Aesthetic Consultation £80

Treatments Price List

Clear & Brilliant £350
Dermamelan £1,210
Fraxel £750
Liposonix £100 per square area
Mole mapping £255
PRP £495
Skin tag /Cryotherapy £215 - up to 3 lesions
Skin tag /Cryotherapy £280 - more than 3 lesions
Microderm £140
UVB £55
Patch Testing £250

Procedures Price List

Procedure code
Biopsy of lesion - skin or subcutaneous S1500 £420
Punch biopsy S0630 £420
Shave biopsy of lesion of skin S1420 £420
Scalp Biopsy S1500 £500
Curettage and cautery S1110 £420
Curettage of lesion in skin 4 or more S0820 £815
Curettage of lesion in skin up to 3 S1110 £420
Excision of lesion of skin or subcutaneous tissue 1-3 S0632 £520
Excision of lesion or subcutaneous tissue 1-3 trunk & limbs S0633 £520
Excision of primary lesion trunk & limbs S0633 £808
Injection - Steroid/Bleomycin S5210 or S5300 (AHG) £215/£155
Cryotherapy of lesion in skin 1-3 S1110 £215
Cyst excision W9282 £668
Cryotherapy of skin lesion 4 or more S0820 £280
Wide excision - rodent ulcer S0602 £825
1 sample £240
2 samples £300
3 samples £340
1 sample £240
2 samples £250
Rosacea (Full face) £350 Per session
Rosacea IPL + Microderm £375 Per session

NB: There may be additional costs for procedures incurred by room charges and histology fees. Initial consultations are required for all new patients and treatment costs are added to that charge.

Please call for further information about pricing and appointments.

Medical Insurance Information:

The London Dermatology Centre is open to everyone, whether you are insured or not. To enable us to process Clinic fees correctly, patients should complete the registration form


Settlement of The clinic's account is always the patient's responsibility. You may have chosen to take out Health Insurance, but in the event of non-payment or a shortfall, settlement will be required from yourself.

Patients who intend to use their Medical Insurance should:

Confirming cover with your insurer

You are responsible for the costs of your treatment so it is important you understand the cover your insurer will provide. The best way to ensure your insurance company will cover your treatment costs is to contact them prior to the date of your appointment to inform them of your treatment details. If your insurance company confirm cover you should obtain an authorisation code from them. Please advise the receptionist of this authorization code when you attend The clinic.

Claim Forms/Pre-authorisation

Claims processes differ from insurer to insurer and your insurer will guide you through the process. If your cover is provided by your employer you will follow the claims process specific to your scheme. You might have to obtain a claim form if required by your insurer. Please advise the receptionist if you have a claim form.

Billing and Payment

The clinic has agreements with most insurance companies enabling patient accounts to be settled directly with The clinic. Invoices are sent to your insurer for direct payment; no copy will be sent to you. The clinic is not obliged to process invoices from other hospitals.

Your insurance company will usually notify you in writing that your claim is being settled. They will also inform you of any shortfalls you may have incurred and explain the reasons for them. It is advisable in these events to contact our accounts department for advice. Any excess payments should be made directly to The clinic.

If there is an excess in the policy, this will be advised to the patient after The clinic has been paid by insurers and the patient is then responsible for repayment of any such excess.

We will ask you for your credit card details when you register. This is to cover any charges your insurer is not liable to pay. Your details will be kept securely for up to 6 months and we will notify you in advance if it is necessary to use them.

Items Not Covered

Treatments / Consultations not covered by the Health Insurance Policies and payment for these should be made at the Reception Desk on the day of your appointment. Medications and other related products are not usually covered by Health Insurance Policies.

Non-UK Insurance Policies

Non-UK Insurance is only accepted by prior arrangement between The clinic and the insurance company. The acceptance must be in writing and includes settling the account directly with the hospital