Mole Checks & Cancer Screening
Did you know Melanoma skin cancer has an 87% survival rate if diagnosed and treated quickly?
Regular mole checks are essential to detect any potential signs and symptoms of Melanoma. Get your moles looked at by a professional! Book an appointment at St Michael’s Clinic for peace of mind regarding your skin’s health.
Trusted experts in Dermatology in Shrewsbury and Shropshire.
St Michael’s Clinic offers private dermatology, NHS dermatology and cosmetic treatments, all conducted by expert Consultant Dermatologists and Speciality Doctors. With years of experience and a range of specialist interests, you are in safe hands with us if you have a skin concern or are looking for cosmetic treatments.
Dermatologists are expert specialists, not only of the skin, but also of allergic conditions such as contact dermatitis, hair problems such as alopecia (hair loss) and nail problems such as fungal nail conditions. If you have concerns about any areas of your skin, please call to make an appointment to see one of our specialists.
In 2020, St Michael’s Clinic joined The Dermatology Partnership. The aim of the partnership is to build the UK’s leading dermatology group, defined by its clinical excellence and focus on leading dermatological care. Since its formation, there are now eight clinics in the Dermatology Partnership, consisting of over 40 doctors. Being part of The Dermatology Partnerships gives us access to state of the art equipment and allows our team to share knowledge with others in the group.
Get to know our team and their specialities below.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
St. Michael’s Clinic
St. Michael’s Street
hile appointments can be made available outside usual hours in special circumstances, our core hours are:
|Monday||9.00am – 8.00pm|
|Tuesday||9.00am – 8.00pm|
|Wednesday||9.00am – 5.00pm|
|Thursday||9.00am – 8.00pm|
|Friday||9.00am – 5.00pm|
REQUEST A CALL BACK
Please fill in this form and one of our team will give you a call back to arrange a consultation with one of our expert dermatologists.
Meet the Team
Because your treatment is individual to your needs, fees vary from patient to patient.
St Michael’s Clinic fees are competitively and fairly priced to reflect the expertise and facilities we deliver our services. For your consultation, you get:
- A choice of Consultant Dermatologists to suit your condition, needs and schedules
- A dedicated team who can support you with payment, insurance, prescriptions and anything else to make your treatment as easy as possible
- Diagnosis and treatment of your condition – for many conditions we are able to offer treatment on the same day
- An individualised treatment programme
- Our doctors are Consultant Dermatologists
- Registered with the General Medical Council as Consultant Dermatologists
- Have trained and worked exclusively in dermatology for at least 10 years
- Have treated thousands of patients
If you have a query or would like to discuss our treatments or fees in more detail, please contact us.
Initial Consultation – £250
Follow Up Consultation – £210
Hair Consultation with Dr Anita Takwale – £325
The fee for the initial consultation [case history, examination including a full skin check when appropriate, assessment and discussion] is payable at the time. The secretaries will be happy to discuss fees and methods of payment at the time of making the appointment.
Professional fees for any procedures will be quoted following the consultation. Full payment will be due on the day of the procedure.
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