Procedures & Fees
New consultation £250
Follow-up consultation £200
Hair consultation £320
Scalp biopsy £200
Dr Jones is happy to see all patients with hair disorders. Please note that in view of the fact that many insurers will not cover the cost of a consultation regarding hair loss, all consultations for hair disorders must be paid for on the day of consultation. Individuals may then wish to pass on the receipt for the consultation costs to their Insurers according to their cover arrangements.
Please note that cancellations made within 24 hours of your appointment will incur a charge of up to £100.
Curettage/cryotherapy/cautery of lesions of skin - 4 or more ... £340
Curettage/cryotherapy/cautery of lesions - up to 3 ... £180
Injection into subcutaneous tissue ... £110
Excision of lesion of skin or subcutaneous tissue - up to 3 (head & neck) ... £200
Excision of lesion of skin or subcutaneous tissue - up to 3 (body) ... £200
Excision of lesion of skin or subcutaneous tissue - >4 (head & neck) ... £350
Excision of lesion of skin or subcutaneous tissue - >4 (body) ... £355
Primary excision of malignant lesion - (head & neck) ... £350
Primary excision of malignant lesion - (body) ... £360
Secondary excision of malignant lesion - (head & neck) ... £350
Secondary excision of malignant lesion - (body) ... £140
Biopsy of skin or subcutaneous tissue ... £150
Shave biopsy ... £165
Two or more injections into subcutaneous tissue ... £165
Drainage of lesion of skin (including abscess) ... £125
Drainage of large subcutaneous abscess/haematoma ... £220
Procedure fees are charged in line with 2015 WPA rates.
A hospital charge for procedures will be made to cover the cost of providing materials, nursing cover etc. This charge is separate from the medical consultation charge and is billed by the hospital directly.
Processing and examination of specimens sent for histology is billed separately via the hospital and is again independent of the medical consultation charge.
The hospital may charge up to 5% on credit and direct debit card transactions.
If you are insured, we would recommend that, before going ahead with a consultation or procedure, you contact your insurance company to check details of your cover and to obtain an authorisation code. Depending on your insurance company and the nature of your insurance policy, there may be an excess and it is the responsibility of the patient to cover any outstanding amounts.