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Your Skin Cancer Care Starts Here

Safe and Affordable Skin Cancer Treatment

at Sydney’s Prime Skin Cancer Clinic

Early Detection Saves Lives

Did You Know You Have 90%

Chance of Surviving At Least 5 Years

After Being Diagnosed With Skin Cancer?

Your First Option on Skin Care

A Combination of 30 Years of Experience

and Innovative Technology

For a Relaxed Day Under the Sun

Sun Exposure is the Cause of

95% to 99% of Skin Cancers in Australia

Your Skin Cancer Care Starts Here

Safe and Affordable Skin Cancer Treatment

Early Detection Saves Lives

You Have 90% Chance of Surviving At Least 5 Years After Being Diagnosed With Skin Cancer

Your First Option on Skin Care

A Combination of 30 Years of Experience and Innovative Technology

For a Relaxed Day Under the Sun

Sun Exposure is the Cause of 95% to 99% of Skin Cancers in Australia
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Sydney Skin Cancer Surgery is an inclusive Centre Surgery and Skin Cancer Clinic offering a variety of services in skin cancer treatment and skin care. With us, you can rest assured that you will receive the best care possible, recover your skin health, beauty, and engage in a safe diagnostic and effective treatment process.

At Sydney Skin Cancer Surgery you will experience a new level of skin cancer care. We offer comprehensive skin screenings, in-depth skin checks, skin protection, and early skin cancer detection and treatment.

Healthy skin requires commitment. Commit to the most advanced technology and caring staff that eases your experience – a combination resulting in the highest levels of accuracy and quality skin cancer care.

Sydney Skin Cancer Surgery is an inclusive Centre Surgery and Skin Cancer Clinic offering a variety of services in skin cancer treatment and skin care. With us, you can rest assured that you will receive the best care possible, recover your skin health, beauty, and engage in a safe diagnostic and effective treatment process.

At Sydney Skin Cancer Surgery you will experience a new level of skin cancer care. We offer comprehensive skin screenings, in-depth skin checks, skin protection, and early skin cancer detection and treatment.

Healthy skin requires commitment. Commit to the most advanced technology and caring staff that eases your experience – a combination resulting in the highest levels of accuracy and quality skin cancer care.

Sydney Skin Cancer Surgery is an inclusive Centre Surgery and Skin Cancer Clinic offering a variety of services in skin cancer treatment and skin care. With us, you can rest assured that you will receive the best care possible, recover your skin health, beauty, and engage in a safe diagnostic and effective treatment process.
 

At Sydney Skin Cancer Surgery you will experience a new level of skin cancer care. We offer comprehensive skin screenings, in-depth skin checks, skin protection, and early skin cancer detection and treatment.
 

Healthy skin requires commitment. Commit to the most advanced technology and caring staff that eases your experience – a combination resulting in the highest levels of accuracy and quality skin cancer care.

Top Five Questions on Skin Cancer

Top Five Questions on Skin Cancer

Melanoma
1. How do you get skin cancer?

Any form of exposure to Ultraviolet (UV) radiation – regardless if it comes from the sun of tanning beds – can cause an uncontrollable growth of abnormal skin cells, resulting in tumours. The top three causes of skin cancer are:

 

  • Sunburn

Sunburn is the number one cause of melanoma – the deadliest form of skin cancer. Whether you enjoy water sports, near water activities or just hosting a barbeque in your garden, any time you or your loved ones spend unprotected under the sun brings the risk of getting sunburned.

 

 

In Australia, almost 14% of adults, 24% of teenagers and 8% of children are sunburnt on summer weekends.

 

 

Keep your skin safe during cooler or overcast days because the power of UV radiation is as strong as when the days are sunny. Even if you do not get sunburned, UV radiation damages your skin which can lead to skin cancer.

 

 


Did You Know that Episodes of Severe Sunburn Before Age 18 Can Cause Melanoma Later in Life?


 

  • Tanning

Against the popular misbelieve, your tan does not indicate your skin health. Instead, it increases the risk of skin cancer. Other bad news is that tanning eventually leads to wrinkly, sagging skin with patches of discoloration depending on your skin type.

 

  • Solarium

Purposely exposing your skin to UVA and UVB radiation increases the risk of skin cancer. If you are a regular solarium user, we warmly welcome you for a skin check in Sydney Skin Cancer Surgery.

 

 

Why We Advice Regular Skin Checks?

2. What is the main cause of skin cancer?

Number one cause of skin cancer is Ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun and the equally harmful UV light from tanning beds.

Every exposure to sunlight regardless if it is during the winter or summer puts you at the same risk of getting skin cancer.

 

Your skin is your shield. If you do not treat skin cancer, it is very likely to spread to other organs and cause greater damage.

3. How common is skin cancer in Australia?

Often labelled as Australia’s national cancer, skin cancer is the reason for approximately 2,000 deaths annually. It is estimated that skin cancer will be the 8th cause of death for Australians in 2017. Compared to last year, the number of people with skin cancer is increasing.

 

 

Melanoma SamplesBoth non-melanoma and melanoma cancers account for 80% of all newly diagnosed cancers, with melanoma being the third most common cancer in Australia.

 

 

Numbers show that at least two in three Australians will be diagnosed with skin cancer by the time they are 70, approximately 1 in 14 men and 1 in 24 women. Each year, more than 750,000 people are diagnosed with one or more non-melanoma skin cancers, with men leading almost double of the cases.

4. How can you check for skin cancer?

You can check for skin changes on your body with a simple foot to toe inspection. In case you notice:

 

 

  • Unusual spots that do not look like other spots on your body

  • New moles or spots

  • Any moles that increase in size

  • Sores that do not heal

  • Itchiness, pain or tenderness on skin

  • Moles that change in shape, size or colour

  • New swelling or redness beyond the mole’s border

  • Any oozing, scaling or bleeding

  • Any spots that become raised or develop lumps inside

 

 

Visit Skin Cancer Surgery and point out your concerns. We will take care of the rest.

5. At what age does skin cancer typically occur?

In young Australians (aged 15-39 year olds) melanoma is the most common cancer, making up 20 percent of all cancer cases. In the age group of 15-39, men are 55 percent more likely to die from melanoma than women. Young Australians (aged 20-39 year olds) die from melanoma more than from any other cancer.

 

 

The risk of melanoma and other forms of skin cancer increases with ageing. People over 60 are also highly affected by skin cancer.

Melanoma
1. How do you get skin cancer?"

Any form of exposure to Ultraviolet (UV) radiation – regardless if it comes from the sun of tanning beds – can cause an uncontrollable growth of abnormal skin cells, resulting in tumours. The top three causes of skin cancer are:

  • Sunburn

Sunburn is the number one cause of melanoma – the deadliest form of skin cancer. Whether you enjoy water sports, near water activities or just hosting a barbeque in your garden, any time you or your loved ones spend unprotected under the sun brings the risk of getting sunburned.

 

 

In Australia, almost 14% of adults, 24% of teenagers and 8% of children are sunburnt on summer weekends.

 

 

Keep your skin safe during cooler or overcast days because the power of UV radiation is as strong as when the days are sunny. Even if you do not get sunburned, UV radiation damages your skin which can lead to skin cancer.

 

 


Did You Know that Episodes of Severe Sunburn Before Age 18 Can Cause Melanoma Later in Life?


  • Tanning

Against the popular misbelieve, your tan does not indicate your skin health. Instead, it increases the risk of skin cancer. Other bad news is that tanning eventually leads to wrinkly, sagging skin with patches of discoloration depending on your skin type.

  • Solarium

Purposely exposing your skin to UVA and UVB radiation increases the risk of skin cancer. If you are a regular solarium user, we warmly welcome you for a skin check in Sydney Skin Cancer Surgery.

 

Why We Advice Regular Skin Checks?

2. What is the main cause of skin cancer?

Number one cause of skin cancer is Ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun and the equally harmful UV light from tanning beds.

Every exposure to sunlight regardless if it is during the winter or summer puts you at the same risk of getting skin cancer.

 

Your skin is your shield. If you do not treat skin cancer, it is very likely to spread to other organs and cause greater damage.

3. How common is skin cancer in Australia?

Often labelled as Australia’s national cancer, skin cancer is the reason for approximately 2,000 deaths annually. It is estimated that skin cancer will be the 8th cause of death for Australians in 2017. Compared to last year, the number of people with skin cancer is increasing.

 

 

Melanoma SamplesBoth non-melanoma and melanoma cancers account for 80% of all newly diagnosed cancers, with melanoma being the third most common cancer in Australia.

 

 

Numbers show that at least two in three Australians will be diagnosed with skin cancer by the time they are 70, approximately 1 in 14 men and 1 in 24 women. Each year, more than 750,000 people are diagnosed with one or more non-melanoma skin cancers, with men leading almost double of the cases.

4. How can you check for skin cancer?

You can check for skin changes on your body with a simple foot to toe inspection. In case you notice:

  • Unusual spots that do not look like other spots on your body

  • New moles or spots

  • Any moles that increase in size

  • Sores that do not heal

  • Itchiness, pain or tenderness on skin

  • Moles that change in shape, size or colour

  • New swelling or redness beyond the mole’s border

  • Any oozing, scaling or bleeding

  • Any spots that become raised or develop lumps inside

Visit Skin Cancer Surgery and point out your concerns. We will take care of the rest.

5. At what age does skin cancer typically occur?

In young Australians (aged 15-39 year olds) melanoma is the most common cancer, making up 20 percent of all cancer cases. In the age group of 15-39, men are 55 percent more likely to die from melanoma than women. Young Australians (aged 20-39 year olds) die from melanoma more than from any other cancer.

 

 

The risk of melanoma and other forms of skin cancer increases with ageing. People over 60 are also highly affected by skin cancer.

Melanoma
1. How do you get skin cancer?
Any form of exposure to Ultraviolet (UV) radiation – regardless if it comes from the sun of tanning beds – can cause an uncontrollable growth of abnormal skin cells, resulting in tumours. The top three causes of skin cancer are:
  • Sunburn
Sunburn is the number one cause of melanoma – the deadliest form of skin cancer. Whether you enjoy water sports, near water activities or just hosting a barbecue in your garden, any time you or your loved ones spend unprotected under the sun brings the risk of getting sunburned.
 
In Australia, almost 14% of adults, 24% of teenagers and 8% of children are sunburnt on summer weekends.
 
 
Keep your skin safe during cooler or overcast days because the power of UV radiation is as strong as when the days are sunny. Even if you do not get sunburned, UV radiation damages your skin which can lead to skin cancer.
 

Did You Know that Episodes of Severe Sunburn Before Age 18 Can Cause Melanoma Later in Life?

  • Tanning
Against the popular misbelieve, your tan does not indicate your skin health. Instead, it increases the risk of skin cancer. Other bad news is that tanning eventually leads to wrinkly, sagging skin with patches of discoloration depending on your skin type.
  • Solarium
Purposely exposing your skin to UVA and UVB radiation increases the risk of skin cancer. If you are a regular solarium user, we warmly welcome you for a skin check in Sydney Skin Cancer Surgery.
 
Why We Advice Regular Skin Checks?
2. What is the main cause of skin cancer?
Number one cause of skin cancer is Ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun and the equally harmful UV light from tanning beds.
Every exposure to sunlight regardless if it is during the winter or summer puts you at the same risk of getting skin cancer.
 

 

Your skin is your shield. If you do not treat skin cancer, it is very likely to spread to other organs and cause greater damage.
3. How common is skin cancer in Australia?
Often labelled as Australia’s national cancer, skin cancer is the reason for approximately 2,000 deaths annually. It is estimated that skin cancer will be the 8th cause of death for Australians in 2017. Compared to last year, the number of people with skin cancer is increasing.
 
 

 

Melanoma SamplesBoth non-melanoma and melanoma cancers account for 80% of all newly diagnosed cancers, with melanoma being the third most common cancer in Australia.
 
 

 

Numbers show that at least two in three Australians will be diagnosed with skin cancer by the time they are 70, approximately 1 in 14 men and 1 in 24 women. Each year, more than 750,000 people are diagnosed with one or more non-melanoma skin cancers, with men leading almost double of the cases.
4. How can you check for skin cancer?
You can check for skin changes on your body with a simple foot to toe inspection. In case you notice:
 
  • Unusual spots that do not look like other spots on your body
  • New moles or spots
  • Any moles that increase in size
  • Sores that do not heal
  • Itchiness, pain or tenderness on skin
  • Moles that change in shape, size or colour
  • New swelling or redness beyond the mole’s border
  • Any oozing, scaling or bleeding
  • Any spots that become raised or develop lumps inside
Visit Skin Cancer Surgery and point out your concerns. We will take care of the rest.
5. At what age does skin cancer typically occur?
In young Australians (aged 15-39 year olds) melanoma is the most common cancer, making up 20 percent of all cancer cases. In the age group of 15-39, men are 55 percent more likely to die from melanoma than women. Young Australians (aged 20-39 year olds) die from melanoma more than from any other cancer.
 
 
The risk of melanoma and other forms of skin cancer increases with ageing. People over 60 are also highly affected by skin cancer.

10 Facts About Melanoma

10 Facts About Melanoma

1. Melanoma is Australia’s national cancer.

The country has one of the highest rates of melanoma in the world.

2. Melanoma is deadly cancer in young Australians.

It kills more young Australians (20-39 year olds) than any other single cancer.

3. Melanoma is the third most common cancer ...

… in Australian men, after prostate and bowel cancer.

4. Melanoma is the third most common cancer ...

… in Australian women, after breast and bowel cancer.

5. In Australia, 1 in 14 men and 1 in 24 women ...

… will be diagnosed with melanoma sometime in their life.

6. Melanoma represents 2% of all skin cancers ...

… but causes 75% of skin cancer deaths.

7. Every six hours, one person will ...

… die from melanoma in Australia.

9. While 90% of people with melanoma are ...

… able to be cured by having the primary melanoma removed through surgery, in the other 10% of cases, life-threatening spread will have already occurred.

10. If identified in an early stage, ...

… melanoma can be completely cured.

1. Melanoma is Australia’s national cancer.

The country has one of the highest rates of melanoma in the world.

2. Melanoma is deadly cancer in young Australians.

It kills more young Australians (20-39 year olds) than any other single cancer.

3. Melanoma is the third most common cancer ...

… in Australian men, after prostate and bowel cancer.

4. Melanoma is the third most common cancer ...

… in Australian women, after breast and bowel cancer.

5. In Australia, 1 in 14 men and 1 in 24 women ...

… will be diagnosed with melanoma sometime in their life.

6. Melanoma represents 2% of all skin cancers ...

… but causes 75% of skin cancer deaths.

7. Every six hours, one person will ...

… die from melanoma in Australia.

9. While 90% of people with melanoma are ...

… able to be cured by having the primary melanoma removed through surgery, in the other 10% of cases, life-threatening spread will have already occurred.

10. If identified in an early stage, ...

… melanoma can be completely cured.

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GPs have over 1 million patient consultations per year for skin cancer.

If you are worried about a skin spot and are on the fence whether to direct to a skin cancer clinic or a GP, visit Sydney Skin Cancer Surgery. Our highly-skilled specialists offer services in both fields.

 

GPs have over 1 million patient consultations per year for skin cancer.

If you are worried about a skin spot and are on the fence whether to direct to a skin cancer clinic or a GP, visit Sydney Skin Cancer Surgery. Our highly-skilled specialists offer services in both fields.

 

GPs have over 1 million patient consultations per year for skin cancer.
If you are worried about a skin spot and are on the fence whether to direct to a skin cancer clinic or a GP, visit Sydney Skin Cancer Surgery. Our highly-skilled specialists offer services in both fields.
 

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After your skin surgery, our caring and friendly staff members are at your service for your regular follow-up.

Follow-up assures you are making a progress in your recovery after your skin cancer surgery.

With a repeated scanning, our specialists conduct direct comparisons on previous images of your skin and after surgery images.

 

We notice the changes to every millimetre thanks to our modern technology that offers deep insights helpful for early diagnosis.

Immediate Follow-up Appointment for Your Safety

After your skin surgery, our caring and friendly staff members are at your service for your regular follow-up.

Follow-up assures you are making a progress in your recovery after your skin cancer surgery.

With a repeated scanning, our specialists conduct direct comparisons on previous images of your skin and after surgery images.

We notice the changes to every millimetre thanks to our modern technology that offers deep insights helpful for early diagnosis.

Immediate Follow-up Appointment for Your Safety
After your skin surgery, our caring and friendly staff members are at your service for your regular follow-up.
Follow-up assures you are making a progress in your recovery after your skin cancer surgery.
With a repeated scanning, our specialists conduct direct comparisons on previous images of your skin and after surgery images.
We notice the changes to every millimetre thanks to our modern technology that offers deep insights helpful for early diagnosis.

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• Follow Up is the most important progress after your skin surgery.

 

• Keep our phone number, make regular appointment

 

• Our friendly staff member meantime will contact you for regular follow up

 

 

Follow Up Process:

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• Follow Up is the most important progress after your skin surgery.

• Keep our phone number, make regular appointment

• Our friendly staff member meantime will contact you for regular follow up

 

 

Follow Up Process:
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• Follow Up is the most important progress after your skin surgery.
• Keep our phone number, make regular appointment
• Our friendly staff member meantime will contact you for regular follow up

 

 

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Research reveals how UV rays activate skin cancer

Research reveals how UV rays activate skin cancer

Scientists discover how ultraviolet rays trigger skin cancer. They may also have found a way to stop skin cancer in its tracks using a gene target. Melanoma is a cancer of the skin pigment cells, which are called melanocytes. Melanoma only accounts for around 1...

read more
MWS Skin Cancer Update 2017 – Cape Town March 3rd–4th, 2017

MWS Skin Cancer Update 2017 – Cape Town March 3rd–4th, 2017

View PDF Document The Melanoma World Society (MWS) is the successor organization to the WHO Melanoma Group. The latter established the World Congress of Melanoma in the years 1985–2005, conducted trials and other projects with melanoma patients. The WHO melanoma group...

read more
HALLMARKS OF SKIN CANCER (HoSC) CONFERENCE

HALLMARKS OF SKIN CANCER (HoSC) CONFERENCE

HALLMARKS OF SKIN CANCER (HoSC) CONFERENCE November 6th-8th, 2017, HEIDELBERG   HoSC is organised by PhD and MD students of the Research Training Group (RTG) 2099 Hallmarks of Skin Cancer, headed by Prof.Sergij Goerdt. The RTG profits from a lively exchange...

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Research reveals how UV rays activate skin cancer

Research reveals how UV rays activate skin cancer

Scientists discover how ultraviolet rays trigger skin cancer. They may also have found a way to stop skin cancer in its tracks using a gene target. Melanoma is a cancer of the skin pigment cells, which are called melanocytes. Melanoma only accounts for around 1...

read more
MWS Skin Cancer Update 2017 – Cape Town March 3rd–4th, 2017

MWS Skin Cancer Update 2017 – Cape Town March 3rd–4th, 2017

View PDF Document The Melanoma World Society (MWS) is the successor organization to the WHO Melanoma Group. The latter established the World Congress of Melanoma in the years 1985–2005, conducted trials and other projects with melanoma patients. The WHO melanoma group...

read more
HALLMARKS OF SKIN CANCER (HoSC) CONFERENCE

HALLMARKS OF SKIN CANCER (HoSC) CONFERENCE

HALLMARKS OF SKIN CANCER (HoSC) CONFERENCE November 6th-8th, 2017, HEIDELBERG   HoSC is organised by PhD and MD students of the Research Training Group (RTG) 2099 Hallmarks of Skin Cancer, headed by Prof.Sergij Goerdt. The RTG profits from a lively exchange...

read more
Research reveals how UV rays activate skin cancer

Research reveals how UV rays activate skin cancer

Scientists discover how ultraviolet rays trigger skin cancer. They may also have found a way to stop skin cancer in its tracks using a gene target. Melanoma is a cancer of the skin pigment cells, which are called melanocytes. Melanoma only accounts for around 1...

read more
MWS Skin Cancer Update 2017 – Cape Town March 3rd–4th, 2017

MWS Skin Cancer Update 2017 – Cape Town March 3rd–4th, 2017

View PDF Document The Melanoma World Society (MWS) is the successor organization to the WHO Melanoma Group. The latter established the World Congress of Melanoma in the years 1985–2005, conducted trials and other projects with melanoma patients. The WHO melanoma group...

read more
HALLMARKS OF SKIN CANCER (HoSC) CONFERENCE

HALLMARKS OF SKIN CANCER (HoSC) CONFERENCE

HALLMARKS OF SKIN CANCER (HoSC) CONFERENCE November 6th-8th, 2017, HEIDELBERG   HoSC is organised by PhD and MD students of the Research Training Group (RTG) 2099 Hallmarks of Skin Cancer, headed by Prof.Sergij Goerdt. The RTG profits from a lively exchange...

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E-mail:  admin@sydneyskincancersurgery.com.au
Phone:  02-9986 2552
Facsimile: 02-9486 3709
Address:  Level 2, 26/14 Narabang Way,  Belrose NSW 2085 Australia

Centre Surgery and Skin Cancer Clinic

E-mail:  admin@sydneyskincancersurgery.com.au
Phone:  02-9986 2552
Facsimile: 02-9486 3709
Address:  Level 2, 26/14 Narabang Way,  Belrose NSW 2085 Australia

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