Loading...

Prices below are estimations and subject to change. A consultation fee will be provided on booking. A further quotation will then be provided prior to undertaking any procedure. Toby will explain all treatment options available, including the pros and cons of each, in order for the patient to make an informed choice.

Fee paying surgical procedures are costly. The main cost is paying for the facility and the staff involved in performing the operation. Any surgical procedure should be performed in a dedicated operating theatre. Dr Nelson works with Derriford hospital to provide both NHS and fee paying surgical dermatology. A large proportion of all fees quoted go directly to the hospital and therefore your local NHS. (More information can be found here: https://www.plymouthhospitals.nhs.uk/private-patients).

Consultations

Full Skin check £170
Follow up consultations £140.00

Single lesion check £95
Medical consultation £165 (up to 20mins)

Surgical Procedures

Shave Biopsy of skin lesion: £105
Diagnostic biopsy: £150
Curettage & Cauterisaton of Skin Lesion: Up to 4 lesions £160
Skin Cancer Excision: £200-400 (dependent on size)
Excision of a benign lesion: £200
Excision with skin graft: £600
Excision with local skin flap: £600
Cyst/Lipoma/Mole removal: £559
Skin Tag Removal: Up to 3 tags £150; More than 3 tags £260
Cryotherapy Up to 3 lesions £100
Intralesional steroid injection £91 – £150
Treatment for excessive sweating from £300
Mohs Surgery: quote to be provided following consultation. From £800-£2000 (only available at University Hospital Plymouth)

Cosmetic

Upper eyelid blepharoplasty from £850
Scar revision from £400

Toby is affiliated with all major insurance providers. Toby’s fees are subject to change but include all additional hospital and (where indicated) histopathology fees. No other fees should be incured without written confirmation.

BOOK A CONSULTATION

For Plymouth please call Shannon on 01752 437026 | For The Duchy, Truro please call Alex on 01872226101 or email: enquiries@tobynelsondermatology.com. A referral from your GP is preferred.