Skin Cancer Management

When you have serious reservations about the spots on your skin, it’s time to consult a doctor. The primary Skin Cancer Management at the We Care Health Medical Centre treats all types of skin cancer, including Melanoma.

It’s always a suggestable idea to have tested, to see if they’re harmless or if you should be concerned.

At We Care Health Medical Centre, we aid in detecting skin cancer early, and the earlier it is identified, the better the treatment outcome. 

Furthermore, early treatment may prevent cancer from spreading. 

We have a team of specialists who can help you diagnose and treat your skin conditions as effectively as possible.

It’s often a good idea to have them checked to see if they’re harmless or if they should be treated because they could become dangerous in the future.

Early detection and treatment can help avoid the growth of cancer cells when it comes to treating epithelial tumours or spots.

We have a team of veterans and specialists at We Care Health Medical Centre who can help you diagnose and treat your skin conditions in the safest way possible.

We can perform thorough skin examinations to aid in detecting Skin Cancer in its early stages. Depending on the type and phase of your condition, skin cancer, we can advise you on the most effective treatment options.

To schedule an appointment with us, please call us at 0000 000 000.

Skin Cancer Treatment

Why Is It Necessary to Have Your Skin Examined?
According to a Cancer Council Australia report, two out of every three Australians will be diagnosed with Melanoma before 70.

It usually happens when the skin cells are damaged or exposed to the sun's damaging ultraviolet rays.
Some of the essential skin cancer facts in the country are:

  • Skin cancers account for approximately 80% of newly diagnosed cancers.
  • Excessive sun exposure causes nearly all cases of skin cancer.
  • Every year, over a million patients consult their primary care physicians about skin cancer.
  • Because of the rising number of skin cancer cases in the country, you must make every effort to prevent or treat it while it is still in its early stages.
Skin Cancer Treatment

Skin cancer treatments include the following:

Several types of skin cancer, each with a distinct appearance, and some skin cancers closely resemble common, benign skin lesions. 

So, to be confident, have your skin screened for the presence of skin cancer regularly. Skin cancer is nothing more than a grouping of abnormally dividing skin cells. Moles and even warts are examples of benign and precancerous growths. Furthermore, some skin cancers develop as a lump, while others are flat and imperceptible to touch.

Even though they are painless, we recommend that you have them removed from your body by a dermatologist. 

At the time of diagnosis, our experts determine the depth of skin cancer. 
Complete surgical excision is usually the standard of care when cancer is present, and the size of the excision may vary depending on the thickness of cancer. 

Before diagnosing and treating skin cancer, a physician must biopsy the tumour growth and examine the cells under a microscope.

Skin cancer treatments include the following:

Photodynamic Therapy (PDT)

Photodynamic Therapy is a groundbreaking and innovative non-surgical treatment for skin cancer. 
Our doctors recommend this treatment for people who have non-melanoma skin cancer.

We scrape the area with a curette to remove any crusting or dry skin to start the treatment. 
Then, for about ten minutes, our skincare specialist will apply a light-sensitive cream before illuminating it with a special light. 
Finally, the doctor will apply a bandage to the affected area to ensure that the skin correctly absorbs the light.

Dermatology Surgery

Most skin cancers that occur in a single location are treatable with surgery. 
Mohs surgery is one of the most common Surgical Treatments for Skin Cancers that our doctors recommend. 
It removes Skin Cancer Tumours while preserving healthy tissue.

The doctors remove the cancer cells in layers until all of the affected cells are gone. 
It is frequently performed on the visible parts of the body, such as the head, hand, or neck. 
It is also beneficial for recurring skin cancer conditions.

Our Skin Cancer Specialists may recommend the removal of one or more lymph nodes. 
In other cases, interferon and other medications may be beneficial in the treatment of Melanoma.

  • Basal Cell Carcinoma
  • Squamous Cell Carcinoma
  • Melanoma
  • Photodynamic therapy.
  • Radiation Therapy
  • Biological Therapy
  • Excisional surgery
  • Freezing

While some skin cancers may bleed, itch, or form an ulcer, other skin cancers may be completely painless. 
However, the safest rule of thumb is that all skin growths should be examined by a physician at least once a year to rule out the possibility of skin cancer.

Why choose us?

Here, we make sure that our surgical patients have a phone number to call if they have any questions during their recovery. 
We are available round the clock a day, seven days a week.

To ensure excellent hospital standards for sterilisation practises and protocols, many doctors at We Care Health Medical Centre perform skin cancer procedures under local anaesthesia in our well-equipped operating theatre. 

Our Medical & Skin Centre's primary goal is to provide and improve services by listening to our patients and understanding their needs and concerns. 
Our professionals sympathetically respond to them. 

To schedule an appointment with us, please call us at 02 6324 6688.

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