Services we provide


The sooner the diagnosed and treated, the better the outcome. Here in Penrith skin cancer foundation, we are equipped with experienced doctors and latest technology to detect skin cancer early and offer best available treatment.

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The most common treatment for skin cancer is surgery. We do surgery under local anaesthetic-currette and cautery, ellipse, flaps or grafts whichever is necessary. Photodynamic therapy and LASER treatment are also done for benign skin cancer.

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Aging changes and sun damage can contribute to appearances of wrinkles and also loss of skin tone. We offer injections and dermal fillers to smooth out wrinkles and restore volume

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Skin check for detection of skin cancer

Most patients will have full body skin checkup, usually underwear areas are not examined unless there is any concern and patient wish to have examined. Women will be offered gown and privacy screen to change.

Under bright lights skin is examined using dermatoscope or microderm (new technology that take photograph of the mole and can be stored for interval changes for short, medium and long term monitoring)

Surgical Procedures
  • Skin Biopsy: Shave biopsy and punch biopsy
  • Removal of mole suspicious for melanoma
  • Excision of skin cancer by elliptical excision, Flaps or Grafts when required
  • Cryotherapy with liquid nitrogen for Actinic Keratosis
  • Curettage and cautery: For superficial skin cancer, cancer is scrapped from the skin and base is burned (diathermy or electrocautery
  • LASER for Actinic Keratosis
  • Non-surgical treatment: Topical chemotherapy/immunotherapy
  • Photodynamic therapy using sunlight and methyl aminleuvinate
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Cosmetic Procedures
  • Anti-wrinkle treatment (Botox, dysppot, xeomin injections ) can be used to smooth Forehead lines, Frown lines, Crows feet, and Lip lines
  • Dermal Fillers: Volume loss in the face can be restored by dermal fillers for restoring the volume and refreshed the appearance.