Skin Cancer Checks

Specialist Clinics of Australia use the most advanced skin examination and treatment methods to assist with the early diagnosis of melanoma and other skin cancers.


Types of Skin Cancer

There are three main types of skin cancer: basal cell carcinoma (BCC), squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) and malignant melanoma. The most dangerous of these is the malignant melanoma, which is predominantly caused by the sun’s UVA radiation.

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Assessment & Treatment

In the case of cancer early intervention is key. The specific type of cancer and its location determine the treatment method, which might involve cryotherapy, radiation therapy, chemotherapy or surgery.

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Skin Cancer Prevention

The risk of developing skin cancer can be reduced through a number of measures including: decreasing indoor tanning and midday sun exposure, increasing the use of sunscreen and avoiding the use of tobacco products.

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Our Expert

Dr Ahmad Sayed Hasanien MBBCh FRACGP

Skin Cancer, Specialist Injectables

Dr Sayed found passion in the skin cancer speciality when he diagnosed his first skin cancer case. Having seen the life-saving impact the early diagnosis had on his patient inspired him to continue in the area and specialise in skin cancer.

He was awarded a certificate in Dermoscopy & Surgical Skin Cancer at the Skin Cancer College Australasia (SCCA) in 2013 and 2015. He also gained a Diploma Of Dermoscopy at the Skin Cancer College Australasia (SCCA) in 2015.

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Book your examination at our Sydney skin cancer clinic

Take the hassle out of your skin cancer check-up. Our experts provide thorough examinations with the latest skin screening technology such as molescope to track and monitor your moles over time. Repeat appointment reminders are standard so you don’t neglect to respect your skin!

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Skin Cancer News

Tips to Defeat Fatigue

It’s well-known that inadequate sleep affects your health, your work and your relationships. Here is our professional advice on managing your daily fatigue.

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What to Expect from your Skin Cancer Check

Weather is no excuse to postpone a skin cancer check. Early intervention saves lives, and your skin cancer check can be a positive learning opportunity.

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Online UV Index to Help You Stay Sun Safe

How much more should we protect ourselves from the sun’s harmful UV rays in Spring? ARPANSA developed a daily Ultraviolet Radiation Index to help you.

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Survey Reveals that Men Aren’t Recognising Risks for Skin Cancer

Less than one-in-three Australian men (32%) consider themselves at high risk of skin cancer, despite 82% reporting at least one risk factor.

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