The Snowberry Lane clinic, based in Melksham in Wiltshire, is the prime location for those looking for a professional mole removal treatment near London. The state of the art facilities on offer at the clinic ensure that all of our procedures, including mole removal, are carried out with the utmost care and attention.
Our growing reputation for first-class health and beauty treatments means that people from all over London are flocking to the Snowberry Lane Clinic to make the most of our treatments on offer.
Mole removal is a very popular procedure with clients of all ages and genders. Hundreds of people every year book an appointment for mole removal treatment near London with Snowberry Lane to help increase both their self-confidence and appearance. The treatment itself is extremely safe and straightforward because the treatment is carried out using radio and laser surgery.
One of the best aspects of mole removal at the Snowberry Lane clinic is that the treatment itself is fairly short and the skin isn’t usually cut or opened up in any way. This means that there is no need for stitches or a long recovery period, allowing clients to continue their day-to-day life without any problems.
Getting to the Clinic from London
What’s great about the location of the Snowberry Lane clinic is that it is simple and easy to travel to via London. Whether you’re meeting us for an appointment by rail or by car, we can help you simplify your journey.
Travelling by Rail
Travelling to the Snowberry Lane clinic for a mole removal treatment from London is straightforward and simple if you plan on using the railway system. You can regularly catch a train from London’s Paddington Station to Melksham Station, the train journey takes around 1.5 to 2 hours in total. From Melksham Station, the Snowberry Lane clinic is just a short 400-metre walk.
Travelling by Car
Getting to the Snowberry Lane clinic by car is simple when you take advantage of the efficient London motorways. Start by driving onto the A4 and travelling onto the M4, continue along the M4 until you reach Exit 17 onto the A350 towards Melksham where our clinic is based. The full route is around 100 miles which can be driven in less than 2 hours on average.