Approach

Dr Joey has been working in dermatology for over 10 years and is proud of his record of treating patients who come to him for his expertise in dermatology and his care.

Read testimonials and reviews from previous patients of Dr Joey here.

“I’m always really aware that when patients come to see me they will be anxious and unsure about the consultation and what the outcome might be. My main aim with all my patients (and their relatives or friends) is to make them feel at ease at all stages of their treatment; from initial consultation right through to their final follow up. Regardless of whether people see me on the NHS or at one of my private clinics, I want all my patients to have the best experience they possibly can.” – Dr Joey Lai Cheong

Private Clinic Pricing

The costs of appointment and treatment options in Dr Joey’s private clinics are listed below:

Appointment costs

New patient consultation

£190

Follow up consultation

£150

Please be advised that consultation fees do not include the cost of any tests or treatment that might be required, such as blood or biopsy tests.

Treatment costs

Punch biopsy

from £355

Shave biopsy

from £355

Excision biopsy

from £575

Botulinum toxin injection (both armpits)

£550

Cryotherapy

from £50

Medical microneedling for acne scarring

£350 per session

Intralesional injection of steroids

from £100

Medical Insurance

Dr Joey Lai-Cheong sees both non-insured and insured patients.

He is recognised by most medical insurers, as listed below (in alphabetical order).  If you are not sure whether Dr Joey is recognised by your medical insurer, please do contact us (here)

Dr Lai-Cheong is also fee-assured, which means that he does not charge beyond the insurer’s fee schedule.

If you are planning to claim for private treatment costs from an insurer, please be aware that it is a patient’s responsibility to ensure medical insurance cover. Before attending any consultation appointment please make sure you have obtained a pre-authorisation code, or number, or a letter of guarantee from your insurer as this is required at the time of the consultation.

A referral letter from a general practitioner is also recommended for all insured patients.

What to bring to an appointment?

Before a private appointment, please bring the following information:

  • A referral letter from your GP.
    • This gives details of your medical history, including your medication.
    • Some insurance companies will not cover the cost of consultations without a referral letter.
  • A list of any treatments you have tried before.
  • Your insurance details and pre-authorisation number if you are insured.
  • Dr Joey Lai-Cheong will see you without a referral letter but it is recommended you bring one to your appointment.