After your laser treatment
If you have any general enquiries or concerns about your treatment or appointments, we would be happy to discuss them with you.
Please call the Laser Suite: (0113) 3924307 during clinic hours, Monday - Thursday 9.00 am - 4.00 pm.
How to use skin camouflage creams
Cryotherapy (cryosurgery), the use of cold freezing temperatures for therapeutic purposes.
Dermatology Surgical and Laser Unit (C4) Skin surgery, local anaesthetic, appointments and procedures
This leaflet has been designed to help you prepare for skin surgery procedures by answering a few commonly asked questions.
A leaflet from Chapel Allerton Hospital Dermatology Department with information about using a phototherapy machine at home.
Laser Hair Reduction
This leaflet explains about laser hair reduction, how it works and the possible side-effects.
A LASER is a concentrated beam of light of a specific colour. LASER treatments involve a number of ‘pulses’ of laser light being applied to the skin from a hand-held device attached to the laser machine.
MOHs Micrographic Surgery
This is a specialist procedure to allow for the precise removal of certain skin cancers.
Narrow Band UVB Treatment
Narrow band UVB therapy is a treatment where the skin is exposed to specific wavelengths of type B ultraviolet light. It is mainly used to treat skin conditions
Patch Test Clinic
Patch testing is an established test that can help your doctor determine whether your skin condition is caused by allergy to substances in contact with your skin.
Photographing lumps, bumps, moles or rashes
Information and guidance on how to take photographs of your skin condition for the Dermatology team to review
Post-operative wound care
The care you take of yourself and your surgical wound is extremely important to the success of the procedure and to your recovery.
Skin Cancer Multi Disciplinary Team (MDT) Chapel Allerton Hospital
A leaflet explaining what happens at the Skin Cancer MDT clinic
Ultraviolet A-1 treatment
Information on referring you for a course of UVA-1 phototherapy, for your skin condition.
Whole Body PUVA treatment with oral psoralen
PUVA is a treatment where a medication called Psoralen (P) is usually taken by mouth as a tablet. The skin is then exposed to UVA light. It is used in the treatment of skin conditions
Your Skin Cancer Nurse Specialist Team - Chapel Allerton Hospital
A leaflet explaining who's who in the Skin Cancer Nurse Specialist Team