Skin Surgery

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There are many different types of skin cancers, melanoma being the most fatal.

The type, size, depth and location of your skin cancer dramatically influences the best treatment modality for you. 

It is essential that a qualified dermatologist checks your skin to ensure that you do not have a skin cancers. Skin cancers and melanoma can be subtle and require experience to detect. Regular skin checks are recommended for most Australians, especially those with a family history of skin cancer.

 

Before & After Gallery

Excision: BCC nose with bilobe flap repair.

Excision: BCC nose with bilobe flap repair.

Shave removal: protruding mole.

Shave removal: protruding mole.

Skin Cancers can look small on the surface, but may be larger under the skin.

Skin Cancers can look small on the surface, but may be larger under the skin.

Sometimes you may need a larger than expected wound to achieve the best final result.

Sometimes you may need a larger than expected wound to achieve the best final result.

The final scar is placed in existing skin creases.

The final scar is placed in existing skin creases.

 

Learn more about skin cancer surgery with Dr Wines - phone 02 9958 1555 or email info@drninawines.com

 

All medical and cosmetic procedures involve some risks. The information provided here is for general educational purposes only. For specific advice regarding your situation, please book an appointment with Dr Nina Wines.