Dr. Anshoo Sahota

Dr. Anshoo Sahota

Dermatologist

Specialist in: Dermatological surgery, General dermatology, Hair loss, Malignant tumours

Reference Number: 3556281

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Medical practice

The Wellington Diagnostics & Outpatients Centre Roman House 296 Golders Green Road London NW11 9PY Tel: 020 8736 1100 NW119PY Golders Green, Greater London | Map of the surgery

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Experience

Training

  • BSc Hons, FRCP
  • MB BSKings College London1991

About Me

Reference Number: 3556281

Expertise in

Languages

  • English
  • Punjabi

Services

  • Fee
    Indicative prices for private patients (without health insurance).
    Information submitted on: May 2016
  • First visit Dermatology Details £ 220
    • The Wellington Diagnostics & Outpatients Centre Roman House 296 Golders Green Road London NW11 9PY Tel: 020 8736 1100 £ 220
    • Highgate Hospital 19 View Road Highgate London N6 4DJ Tel: 020 8341 4182 £ 220
    • 46/50 Sunny Gardens Road Hendon London NW4 1RP Tel: 0208 457 4500 £ 220
    • Holly House Hospital High Road Buckhurst Hill Essex IG9 5HX Tel: 020 89361201 £ 220
    • Spire Roding Hospital, Roding Lane South Redbridge Essex IG4 5PZ Tel: 020 8709 7878 £ 220
    • 13 Crosswall, Tower Hill, London EC3N 2JY Tel: 020 7488 5060 £ 220
  • Subsequent visits Dermatology Details £ 180
    • The Wellington Diagnostics & Outpatients Centre Roman House 296 Golders Green Road London NW11 9PY Tel: 020 8736 1100 £ 180
    • Highgate Hospital 19 View Road Highgate London N6 4DJ Tel: 020 8341 4182 £ 180
    • 46/50 Sunny Gardens Road Hendon London NW4 1RP Tel: 0208 457 4500 £ 180
    • Holly House Hospital High Road Buckhurst Hill Essex IG9 5HX Tel: 020 89361201 £ 180
    • Spire Roding Hospital, Roding Lane South Redbridge Essex IG4 5PZ Tel: 020 8709 7878 £ 180
    • 13 Crosswall, Tower Hill, London EC3N 2JY Tel: 020 7488 5060 £ 180
  • Hypertrophic scar revision
  • Skin cancer surgery
  • Skin lesion removal
  • Treatment of warts

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Almost all skin cancer surgery is carried out under local anaesthesia. General anaesthesia is used if very large procedures are necessary such as large skin grafts or lymph node procedures.

Dr. Anshoo Sahota

Dr. Anshoo Sahota

Dermatologist

Highgate

Frontal fibrosing alopecia (FFA) is quite a difficult form of hair loss to treat because the cause is unknown and once scarring has occurred in the affected hair follicles the hair does not grow back. The aim of treatment is to prevent further hair loss.

In my experience potent topical steroids are worth using (eg Dermovate scalp application) but might not be enough. I have used oral hydroxychloroquine in some patients with success but have found it not effective in others.

You should discuss the options/risks/benefits with your dermatologist.

Dr. Anshoo Sahota

Dr. Anshoo Sahota

Dermatologist

Highgate

Anal warts are important to evaluate and treat expertly. There are a whole range of issues to do with screening for sexually transmitted infection, screening for anal cancer, contact tracing etc.

If you have no GP, you can still access free help from a NHS sexual health clinic - most offer both appointment-based and walk-in clinics.

Currently in the UK only girls are offered vaccination against genital warts/cervical cancer. Your case illustrates the value in offering it to boys too (as they do in Australia).

Dr. Anshoo Sahota

Dr. Anshoo Sahota

Dermatologist

Highgate

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