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SKIN CANCER CHECK
We accept bulk billing for all skin cancer check in sydney cbd. Australia has the highest skin cancer incidence rate in the world; Australians are four times more likely to develop a skin cancer than any other type of cancer. Approximately 2 out of 3 Australians will be diagnosed with skin cancer before the age of 70. Melanoma is the most common cancers affecting our young Australians and melanoma is the most life-threatening type of skin cancer. Statistics indicate more than 1200 Australians of all ages die each year from skin cancer and most of these deaths from skin cancer are preventable.
Our Sydney CBD-based Skin Cancer Clinic is a dedicated facility staffed with trained medical doctors and general surgeons performing all types of skin cancer checks, including mole mapping, skin lesions and mole removals.
- Skin cancer is mostly curable when detected in early stages, so early detection is key.
- Take no Chances in protecting yourself. Prolonged sun exposure can affect your skin in many ways, from minor skin irritations to redness or sunburn or more complex issues such as pigmentation, scaly or dry skin or even melanoma, a really serious form of skin cancer. If you notice any lesions, pigmentation or moles developing in any area of your skin, we urge you to immediately seek medical advice by an experienced skin cancer doctor.
SKIN CANCER TREATMENTS AND MOLE REMOVALS
Our team of medical professionals is well-trained to look out for changes when checking your skin for signs of any cancer. If you’ve noticed a suspicious spot on your skin, you need to get it checked. In addition to skin cancer checks, we also offer mole mapping, removal of skin malignancies, including excision of lesions from skin cancer as well as mole removals.
You may find useful read on skin cancer at the Cancer Council website or on the Australian Governments website for Skin Cancer Awareness Campaign