We are delighted to say that we have made plans to re-open Purity Bridge on 1st June to start seeing patients following our closure of the clinic since mid-March.
However, as we are sure you will appreciate, we have taken extensive measures to maximise your safety and the safety of our staff.
Marc and the Purity Bridge TeamPlease read here › for more information on the measures we are taking, and the steps we also need you to take before your visit X
Removal of a mole or other skin lesion (“lump or bump” or birthmark) is usually performed under local anaesthetic. The mole is carefully removed by one of Consultant Plastic Surgeons and then carefully stitched. The procedure is performed under local anaesthetic (with you awake and the skin numbed by giving an injection). The area is […]
Skin cancers may come in a variety of forms and all need some sort of treatment. The treatment is most commonly performed surgically, with the lesion removed so it can be analysed in the laboratory. Broadly speaking, the three most common skin cancers are basal cell carcinomas (BCCs), which are usually not capable of spreading; […]
A skin tag is a benign protruding growth that may either be pigmented or flesh coloured, commonly appearing around the neck, armpits and groin, but may also appear elsewehere. Skin tag removal can be performed under local anaesthetic (with you awake) in our procedure room. Once the injection of anaesthetic is gently given, the procedure […]