Patient Information

Please download and fill the information form below if you are coming for a Dermatology appointment.

Dermatology Patient information form

Please download and fill the information form if you are coming for an Aesthetic Treatment

Information form for Aesthetic Consultations

After Care Information

Wrinkle Injection Treatments

Aftercare-Wrinkle Treatment Injections

Patient Information Leaflets

Information Leaflet for Surgical Procedures

curettage and cautery

Cryotherapy Information Leaflet

Cryotherapy

DermLink is a private selfpay Skin and Aesthetic treatment clinic. We do not carry out any insured consultations or treatments

Consultations prior to skin treatments will be charged as follows

Initial consultations are charged at                                                            £100

Follow up consultations are charged at                                                     £80

Minor Surgical charges will vary according to the complexity of the procedure and the need for any further pathology testing on a sample. They are in addition to the consultation charge for the diagnosis and planning for further treatment if needed.

For example charges after a consultation for removal of a lesions such as milia using a needle would start from £50

Skin tags from £150

Mole removals from £250

First Aesthetic consultation is complimentary

Aesthetic treatments start from £200

A cancellation without a 24 hour notice or no shows, for either dermatology or aesthetic consultation, will be charged £50 on rebooking

Dermatology Procedures

Dermatology Procedures such as minor surgery are carried under local anaesthetic. So you eat and drink normally before arriving for the procedure. It is advisable to bring somebody with you for the procedure.

Aesthetic Procedures

Aesthetic procedures are usually carried out on the face. It is advisable to wash your face with soap and water, if possible, before coming for your appointment and avoid applying make up before the procedure.

British Association of Dermatologists

The British Association of Dermatologists (BAD) is a charitable organisation dedicated to the practice, teaching, training and research of Dermatology. The section on Patient Information Leaflets provides authoritative patient information on a range of Dermatological conditions

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Dermnet

DermNet is a New Zealand based website with an excellent resource for Dermatology. It was founded by a Dermatologist in 1995. It is a charitable organisation run by a community of expert dermatologists and other health specialists.

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If you have a question about a skin condition, treatment or an aesthetic procedure, please fill the form below and we will get back to you.