Minor Surgery

Low-Risk Involvement (General Surgeons)

Got Skin Cyst, Bump or Lump?

Minor surgical treatments are excellent for removal.

 The common causes of skin lumps are trauma and injury. Acne and skin cancer is one of the causes of skin lumps. Furthermore, if you have a cyst, it probably is because of your genetic conditions or tumors.

 Certified medical experts and surgeons perform major and minor surgeries.


Minor surgery is a procedure that involves no more than an hour of time. It can be done in at Acorn Private Clinic. There are many ways to prepare for minor surgery, but the most important thing is to ensure you get minor surgery done by the finest medical experts. Eating right, exercising, and taking care of your body pre and post-surgery is essential.

Get Ready

Minor surgeries can be very stressful and can cause some people to feel worried or anxious. With so many things to be done and so little time, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. You must take the time to prepare for your minor surgery. It’s also essential to ensure you know what to expect after your surgery. Try to keep yourself calm and relaxed, knowing that you have taken steps to have a smooth recovery. Have you been thinking of removing fatty lumps under the skin? Now you can easily and safely get it removed from Acorn Private Clinic.

Safe & Convenient Minor Surgeries

Are you suffering from constant pain and need to get it surgically fixed? You’re at the right place. Acorn Private Clinic is known for its extensive experience and world-class expertise in minor surgery. We have the most experienced and certified specialists you can find.

Minor Surgical Treatments & Services

Our world-class facility helps us deliver expert medical minor surgical treatments and services to all our patients.

Skin Nodule Removal Surgery


Trigger Finger Release Surgery


Lipoma Lump Removal surgery


Skin Bump Removal Surgery


Skin Lump Removal Surgery


Cyst Under Mole Removal Surgery


Registered & Regulated

Our team is fully registered and regulated for practice in the United Kingdom. Our patients should expect nothing less.