Sydney PremierX Medical & Health Centre
Yes, we Bulk Bill!*
309 Pitt Street,Town Hall
Sydney CBD 2000
02 8964 8677

Skin Clinic

Skin Clinic Sydney

5 Reasons Why You Should Arrange An Appointment For a Skin Check NOW!

  • Two in three Australians will be diagnosed with Skin Cancer by the time they are 70.
  • Melanoma is the third most common cancer in Australia in both women and men.
  • The sooner a skin cancer is detected and treated the better your chance of avoiding surgery and potential disfigurement.
  • Familiarise with your skin, to pick up any changes that might suggest skin cancer – Look for: any crusty non healing sores, new spots, freckles, or moles changing in colour or thickness. If you notice any changes arrange an appointment with the doctor for a skin check immediately.
  • The good news is that skin cancer is one of the most preventable forms of cancer in Australia. Having regular skin checks will help you be aware of any skin changes.

At Sydney Premier Medical & Health Centre Doctors are aware of the importance of skin health including preventative measures, skin checks and suitable management of many conditions.

When making an online appointment for a skin check, please write in the comments box that  the appointment is for a skin check and the front staff can book in a long appointment accordingly.

In our clinic, we bulk bill all skin cancer checks (ie no out of pocket cost). This will usually take around 20 minutes. Our doctor will discuss the finding(s) with you and possible treatment(s).

 We have the equipment for checking skin, and a well-equipped treatment room for excision of lesions if indicated. Our centre is fully accredited and complies with Australian standards and regulations.

Our doctors are experienced in the detection, treatment and removal or biopsy of skin cancers/moles at our centre. If you are concerned at any stage about any changes to your skin e.g. moles, sun spots, solar keratosis, please make an appointment as soon as possible.

Your doctor will conduct an examination and if further treatment is required they will discuss this with you before proceeding. Monitoring and a repeat visit for review is the common outcome.

If a skin cancer is diagnosed, your doctor may consider a number of factors to determine the best treatment for your skin cancer, including:

  • Location
  • Size
  • Local inflammation
  • Any past history.
If your doctor advises that surgery is involved (biopsy/excision) or a combination of treatment methods your doctor will discuss this with you before proceeding. Often the cancer is removed with the biopsy and no further treatment is needed. If the skin cancer is large or has spread beyond the surface of the skin, more tissue needs to be removed and a dermatologist's advice may be required. Please ensure that you discuss any concerns with your doctor immediately.

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We have access to the assistance of many Dermatologists and Plastic Surgeons if needed for our patients’ convenience.

Make an appointment today for your Skin Checks in the Sydney CBD. Please contact Sydney Premier Medical Centre.  
Please do not make an online appointment for skin checks, please call and make a long consult with the doctor for skin checks.

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If you're having a suspicious mole removed, the doctor should consider removing about 2 millimeters of healthy skin from around the mole. Doing so could avoid the need for a second surgery if the mole turns out to be cancerous, according to a new report.

"Although the vast majority of suspicious-looking skin moles do not turn out to be cancerous melanomas, once a decision has been made to remove a mole, there should be a clearer standard margin," said senior study investigator Dr. David Polsky. He is a dermatologist and professor of dermatologic oncology at NYU Langone Health in New York City.

"Our study shows that a 'one and done' approach with a clearly defined, slightly larger margin is safer and more effective in completely removing suspicious moles with a single procedure than the current non-standardized approach," Polsky said in an NYU Langone news release.

Please book an appointment with one of our experienced doctors in Sydney CBD for a skin/mole check with Sydney Premier Medical & Health Centre on 02 8964 8677.