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Dr Ross Perry

MBBS, MRCOG
Cosmetic Consultant / Medical Director, Cosmedics Skin Clinics.

Dr Ross Perry MBBS qualified at Guy's & St Thomas' Hospital Medical School in 1994. He is the founder and Medical Director of Cosmedics Skin Clinics, which he established in 2003 as an independent Doctor-led business providing a range of aesthetic and medical skin treatments for private patients.

As well as work for Cosmedics, he also continues NHS commitments in reconstructive skin cancer work as a GP with special interest in plastic surgery.

At Cosmedics, Dr Ross Perry specialises is in surgery and laser dermatology procedures such as the removal of troublesome moles, warts, skin tags or cysts using his expert training to ensure the best cosmetic outcome. He is also a leading expert in non-surgical facial rejuvenation and well known for natural-looking yet highly effective results in procedures such as wrinkle relaxing injections and facial fillers. He has trained his team of doctors to use the same methodology to ensure the best and consistent results across his 6 clinics.

Cosmedics Skin Clinics have 5 London skin clinics and one in Bristol. The team are committed to providing results based medical, aesthetic and laser skin treatments for the face and body, using the very latest technology and techniques.

Web Address: https://www.cosmedics.co.uk/ Email Address: info@cosmedics.co.uk

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One of the growth areas in smartphone and tablet apps over the last year or so has been in apps dedicated to health issues. There are now a number of apps dedicated to looking at skin moles which are designed to assess a mole on the basis of a photograph. Concerns have been raised about the accuracy of diagnosis; the danger of which is that a false diagnosis could lull clients into a false sense of security ? or cause undue concern.

Infographic: Facts About Moles

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The Facts About Skin Tags

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How to do a Self-Check for Moles

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Be Alert for Moles After a Hot Summer

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FAQ: Hairy Moles

Moles on the skin come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. Perhaps the worst kind of mole, aesthetically, is one that appears on the face and has hair sprouting.

Home Remedies / DIY mole removal - What you need to know

Home remedies and DIY mole removal - the dangers explained by Dr. Ross Perry.

Understanding Mole Removal for Patients. Options and Techniques

Mole removal surgery is a relatively straightforward procedure to do and with modern techniques and equipment the treatments are pain free and scarring is now much reduced for most procedures.

The Facts About Moles

Moles are a fact of life for most of the UK population. The medical name for a mole is a naevus; the plural is naevi. Moles are very common. While the average adult will have around 30 moles, some people have up to 400.