Mole Removal London (£225)

Mole Removal London by a
NHS Hospital Surgeon
Operating Privately on the Weekend!

Mole Check + Mole Removal Consultation + Operation = £305

(Histology additional – £80 per specimen – Sent routinely for all excised lesions)

Mole Removal Wimbledon with a Top Surgeon.


Melanocytic Naevi Mole removal, Dysplastic Naevi Mole Removal, Atypical Naevi Mole removal, Spitz Naevus Mole removal & Congenital Naevi Mole removal!


Opposite Wimbledon Station, London*

* = Tube (District Line); Train (From London Waterloo via Clapham Junction [15 minutes]); Tram (Croydon Tramlink).

A Surgical excision is performed if a lesion is beneath the surface of your skin. This is an ideal way to remove moles. Our aim is to provide you with the most affordable mole removal service in London performed by a very highly specialised hospital Surgeon.

A Full consultation with your Surgeon is included in the below price.

A £80 deposit is payable on booking to secure your Operation date with Mr Masha.

NUMBER OF LESIONS Price Duration of Appointment
Surgeon Consultation £80 Paid as deposit
1 lesion £225 45 minutes
+ Each Additional lesion + £200 + 45 minutes
+ Sending specimen off for laboratory histology analysis (Done routinely for excised samples) + £80 (per specimen)
If Your Surgeon spends up to 30 minutes with you discussing the procedure and you decide against it or choose to have it on another date, there will be a charge of £80

We always aim to see you as soon as we can. However, due to increasing demand, this may not always be possible. For those who would like to be seen sooner, we offer an out-of-hours service. There is a surcharge for this service based on the urgency with which you would like to be seen:

(Guaranteed operation within 1 week)-
50% Surcharge – Total = £457

(Guaranteed operation within 2-3 Days)-
100% Surcharge – Total = £610

Your price includes the Surgeon using stitches to close your wound. The cost of removing your stitches and reviewing your wound by the nurse a week later is £25.


We would strongly recommend that you allow your Surgeon to send off all excised tissue samples to the lab for analysis. This is because, even though the lesion may look benign (that is, not cancerous), it is very important to check that it definitely is not cancerous. You will have this discussion before the procedure is undertaken.

We are able to remove a wide variety of moles for you. Your initial consultation involves the Surgeon examining and diagnosing what type of mole it is. If there is any suspicion of skin cancer, we would be able to offer onward referral for further management.

For further information on how the surgical excision will be performed, the risks of the procedure and your recovery time, please visit Mr Masha Singh’s – Minor Surgery Website.

Your Hospital Surgeon – Dr (Mr) Masha Singh

Since qualifying from St George’s Hospital Medical School in London, I spent my basic surgical training years in different surgical units around the country. I have always tried to gain as much experience and knowledge as possible and now Specialise in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery based in London. From recollection, I have always wanted to become a plastic surgeon, even before I knew what they did! The ability to use the most advanced surgical techniques in order to help treat my patients and operate with the highest degree of precision and accuracy is what I enjoy the most.

The GP Surgery

Often the first one in and the last one to leave at work, I will always give my patients the time and dedication they deserve. I am a perfectionist by nature, which serves me pretty well in what I do and only want you to have the same care I would give to my own family member.

Working at The GP Surgery has allowed to me to give the time needed to those I see without the pressures of working in an NHS environment. I will always be honest and open about what can be achieved and how best to be treated and will only want you to have the highest quality care.


I qualified in 2006 and obtained my MB BS as well a BSc in Biochemistry and Immunology, awarded with honours. Further to this, I went on to complete my MRCS examinations to obtain membership of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. I also took some time out of my training to formally complete a full-time Masters degree in Surgical Science, awarded with Distinction by Imperial College London, for my work on Microsurgical Training.


I have published many original articles in medical literature as well as authoring and contributing to book chapters and have a strong interest in surgical education. Currently, I am the Chairman of SETPRAS (Society for Education and Training in Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery), since 2011. I have also presented numerous times both nationally and internationally, including at the Association of Breast Surgery (ABS) Annual General Meeting, the British Society for Surgery of the Hand (BSSH) and the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS) scientific meetings.


Sunday all day

Current Role:

ST5 Plastic Surgery Registrar at St Georges & Kingston Hospital (before becoming a Consultant Plastic Surgeon).


St Georges Hospital Medical School, London.


MB.BS, BSc (hons), MRCS, SAC [Distinction], Dip MSc (Surg Sci)[Distinction].