Minor surgery refers to medical procedures that are considered low-risk, relatively simple, and can be performed on an outpatient basis. These procedures usually involve small incisions or punctures and are often performed with local anesthesia. Examples of minor surgeries include removing small skin lesions, suturing small wounds, and performing biopsies. While minor surgeries are generally considered safe, they still require skilled and experienced medical professionals to perform them. Patients may be required to follow certain pre- and post-operative instructions, such as avoiding certain foods or activities or taking medication to prevent infection or manage pain. Overall, minor surgeries can provide an effective and efficient way to diagnose and treat a wide range of medical conditions.

Minor surgery that I perform include:

1) Ingrown toenail – wedge removal or full toenail removal

2) Removal of Pilar cyst from scalp

3) Drainage of abscess or Pilonidal Sinus

4) Removal of skin tag or benign skin lesion

5) Ear lobe repair

6) Joint injections for OA of Shoulder and knee joint, CMC injections and injections for golfers and tennis elbow.

7) Thread lifts

8) Removal of Lipomas



  1. Initial consultation and history taking: The healthcare provider will ask you questions about your medical history, allergies, medications you are taking, and any previous surgeries you may have had.
  2. Discussing the minor surgery and the benefits and risks of the procedure: The healthcare provider will explain the minor surgery to you, including the benefits and risks involved, and answer any questions you may have.

  3. Completing the consent form for the surgery: You will need to sign a consent form indicating that you understand the procedure, the risks involved, and agree to undergo the surgery.

  4. Local anaesthetic infiltration: The healthcare provider will use a local anaesthetic to numb the area where the surgery will take place.

  5. Minor surgery: The healthcare provider will perform the minor surgery, which may include procedures such as removing a mole or cyst, suturing a wound, or draining an abscess.

  6. Aftercare: The healthcare provider will provide instructions on how to care for the wound after the surgery, including changing the dressing, keeping the area clean, and monitoring for signs of infection. They will also schedule a follow-up appointment to check the healing process and remove any sutures or staples if necessary.


Treatment Time

20 mins to 2 hours

Results Duration

Expected outcome post surgery




starting at £375


Immediate to weeks