Specialist Dermatology in Leeds at our Award-Winning Private Skin Clinic.
Many patients need to see a private Dermatologist in order to address a condition more quickly than is possible through the NHS. Other patients require specialist medical attention to an aesthetic concern that is affecting confidence and self-esteem.
At Skin Surgery Clinic we welcome all patients with a wide range of skin complaints. We aim to offer everyone a individualised approach to their skin.
Who should consider a Dermatology consultation?
Dermatology appointments are suitable for patients with both chronic and acute conditions.
Waiting lists within the NHS sadly make it difficult to see a specialist for many ongoing skin conditions. These conditions often impact a patient’s quality of life through symptoms like pain, irritation, dryness and discolouration.
Dermatology is also suitable for patients with more urgent concerns. We offer a complete skin cancer service including screening, diagnosis and treatment.
After diagnosing your condition, our Doctors can review your condition in a follow-up consultation, arrange treatment through our clinic, or refer you back to the NHS for your treatment.
Meet our Consultant Dermatologists
Prof Wright is a vastly experienced Dermatologist with specialist interests in eczema, skin cancer and cosmetic dermatology. He sits on the Skin Cancer MDT in Bradford. Prof Wright also holds a position as Associate Director (Clinical) at the Centre for Skin Sciences at Bradford University.
Dr Shareef is the Clinical Lead Dermatologist in the Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. He also has clinical interests in laser procedures and minor surgery for skin conditions. Before joining the NHS in Bradford as a Consultant Dermatologist he also completed a Laser and Skin Cancer Fellowship in Leeds.
Dermatology Appointment Prices
What is included in a Dermatology Consultation?
Patients will have an appointment with Prof Wright or Dr Shareef at our private clinic in Guiseley, West Yorkshire. They are able to review and give advice on the following skin conditions:
- Dry and sensitive skin
- Eczema and dermatitis
- Skin lesions
- Mole mapping
- Skin cancer screening
And many more.
What happens after my Dermatology diagnosis?
For many diagnoses we can arrange treatment by one of our Consultant Reconstructive Surgeons, Consultant Dermatologists or specialist GPs. We can also refer patients back to the NHS via a letter outlining recommended treatment to their GP.