Skin Cancer Clinic in Perth

Check moles or unusual skin problems. We examine, diagnose and treat various skin ailments.

Stay safe with regular testing

Apollo Health clinic has skin cancer clinics in various Perth suburbs – Cannington, Joondalup, Cockburn and Armadale, where patients are treated by doctors who are trained in skin cancer diagnosis and management. Skin cancer varies in form, and treatment depends on where it is located, the type of cancer it is, and how far the disease has spread. As cancer has become more prevalent, the need for advanced equipment and tools has increased.

Our fully equipped clinic features state-of-the-art technology, allowing us to view skin lesions at up to 40 times magnification. This provides additional opportunities for comprehensive diagnosis and treatment, and added peace of mind for you.

With our amazing beaches and phenomenal weather, skin cancer is a real concern for adults and children. Regular skin cancer screening is recommended, given Australian’s love of the outdoors. So, book a skin check today at our Perth clinic.

Regular assessments are recommended as part of everyone’s health maintenance plan due to our regular exposure to UV rays. Skin cancer can appear anywhere on the body, particularly on areas that are largely exposed to the sun. Take care to regularly check moles on your face, scalp, arms, legs and neck, as these are particularly susceptible and can rapidly alter in appearance due to regular UV exposure.

Minor Surgery:

    • Regular 12 month screening is recommended for the majority of Australian adults

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  • Early detection-diagnosis and treatment
  • Removal of skin cancers
  • Biopsies of suspicious dermatological lesions and/or referral
  • Wedge resections
  • Lesion removals
  • Hyfrecation for lesions and blemishes

 

  • Regular 12 month screening is recommended for the majority of Australian adults
  • When you notice any changes on the skin
  • When you have a sore, cut or scratch that does not heal
  • When a new mole, lump or spot appears
  • When an existing mole changes colour, size, shape or has started to itch or bleed
  • When a spot or lump bleeds easily when rubbed