Surge in patients seeking mole removal at private hospital

Standards of appearance are so important for today’s modern men and women, who are spending increasing time and money on their appearance to keep up at work.

Researchers say that women spend an average of £2,055 annually on their looks, of which £717 goes on the body and £289 is spent on creams and BOTOX to help the complexion.

In light of this new research, leading UK cosmetic surgery provider has The Hospital Group has reported a surge in enquiries for the humble mole removal.  Enquiries for mole removal with the Company are significantly up this year, both from women and men.

Moles are very common.  It is generally thought that people with white skin have an average of 30 moles, with some having up to 400 moles.  However, if the mole is raised, catches on clothing or looks odd in any way, perhaps due to where it is as much as what it looks like, then having it removed is an option.

CEO David Ross comments “We are definitely seeing a massive increase in mole removal enquiries this year.  We know that men and women are spending more on face and body maintenance, and simple mole removal can be very effective where there is a troublesome mole.  We offer mole removal carried out under local anaesthetic as a simple day procedure by our expert cosmetic surgeons, so patients can be assured of a good result.

We also offer this with minimal waiting lists and convenient appointment times, including weekends - which explains why choosing a private hospital for mole removal is so popular for our busy patients. ”


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