Services offered include wart treatment/cryotherapy, Suturing, Removal of skin lesions, biopsy of suspicious skin lesions, Ingrown toenail removal.
Ingrown Toenail Removal
Treatment of a mildly ingrown toenail may require just conservative self care measures. However in severe cases removal of the ingrown nail may be required. At Ennis Road Medical Centre our Doctors are experienced in ingrown toenail removal, having cumulatively treated hundreds of cases. If you are suffering from an ingrown toenail we encourage you to firstly make an appointment with one of our Doctors who will assess whether your nail can be treated with conservative measures including antibiotics or if an excision of the ingrown nail is required which we will proceed to do under a local anaesthetic. HSE website 'Ingrown Toenail'
Skin Lesion Excision
Having worked for a number of years in Australia, Dr Simon O'Connell is experienced in removal of many different types of skin lesions including skin cancers. He is also a holder of a Certificate in Skin Cancer Medicine from the University of Queensland and has completed numerous postgraduate surgical skills courses. If you have a skin lesion that you are concerned about please make an appointment with one of our Doctors who will assess whether it is requires removal and if so whether it is possible for us to safely do it in the primary care setting or if it requires referral to a dermatologist or surgeon.
Many benign skin lesions including warts can be safely and effectively treated in our surgery using cryotherapy (freezing). If you are suffering from an unsightly skin growth or wart please make an appointment with one of our doctors
Category: GeneralWe will be closed from 6pm on 24/12/2018 until 9am on 27/12/2018. If you need urgent GP care out of those hours please contact Shannondoc on 1850212999
Category: GeneralWe are now offering EBS in water training medical assessments in Limerick, Ireland. EBS in water training will be a component of UK survival courses for the Oil and Gas industry from Monday 26th March 2018.
Category: GeneralFlu vaccines still in stock. Its not too late to protect yourself!
Category: GeneralAfter a European wide shortage we are pleased to confirm that the Hepatitis A vaccine is back in stock.