If you have a skin lesion that you don’t like the look of, Dr Brad can probably remove it quickly and safely at a price you can afford.
Dr Bradley Tomkins is an experienced practicing General Practitioner who works regularly for a variety of NHS GP surgeries in Bristol and surrounding areas.
He is well qualified to diagnose your skin lesion before removing it.
With NHS cuts continuing to reduce the provision of minor procedures available at GP surgeries due to budgetary constraints, Dr Brad is available to step in and help you look and feel better.
You want safe, timely and effective treatment, at a price you can afford.
Here is a list of some skin lesions he can treat:
- Moles (melanocytic naevi). Click for mole removal.
- Seborrhoeic Keratoses
- Cherry Haemangiomas (Campbell de Morgan spots)
- Skin tags (acrochordon)
- Dermatosis papulosa nigra
- Simple dermatofibroma
- Xanthelasma (cholesterol deposits) around the eyes or limbs
- Hooded eyelids
As a laser expert, Dr Brad has the option to treat your lesions with a diverse variety of laser equipment.
Dr Brad also uses a powerful smoke evacuator to safely eliminate smoke plume for your comfort and safety.
The Treatment Experience.
After a consultation including an appropriate history, examination and diagnosis, Dr Brad will advise you whether or not it is possible for you to have your lesion removed.
After signing a consent form you may be able to undergo treatment there and then.
Photographs of your lesion will be taken for your medical record. The treatment area will be sterilised appropriately and any required local anaesthetic cream or injection will be administered.
Many treatments are quick and simple and it is usually possible to completely remove your lesion in one session.
Aftercare advice and follow-up arrangements will be discussed.
Dr Brad will be available to you in the event of any questions or concerns arising from your treatment.
£60 initial consultation fee.
Dr Brad will often be able to treat your lesion for £199-249 per session although prices may vary depending on the number, size and type of lesions you wish to be treated and this can be discussed and finalised at your consultation.