Skin cancer is a serious condition, which affects around 1 million people in the world every year.

Here in our clinics, we offer a comprehensive approach to the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of skin cancer, starting from thorough skin cancer checks and extending to the collection of biopsies, application of topical chemotherapeutic agents with photodynamic therapy, simple as well as complex surgical excisions (including grafts and flap repairs) and cryotherapy. Dr Bukhari has years of skin cancer surgery experience and he is well-known for his delicate and precise surgical skills leaving minimal possible scarring. However, in the instance of visible scaring occurring post surgery, we offer scar revision, surgically and trough different types of laser therapy.

Skin cancer is one the most common types of cancer in Australia, due to the presence of an intense level of ambient UV radiation. There are several types of skin cancers varying in presentation and severity. This includes squamous cell cancer, basal cell cancer and melanoma, which is one of the most life-threatening forms of skin cancer with a prevalence of 12500 cases per year.

All Skin cancer checks are Bulk billed.

More awareness has been created through the implementation of a nationwide skin cancer campaign, focusing on education the population about prevention, detection, management and skin cancer treatment.

We recommend everyone to follow these guidelines, whilst spending time out of their house and under the sun.

  • Slip, Cover your body.
  • Slop, apply at least Sun protection SP-30 plus sunscreen on the uncovered parts of the body.
  • Slap, Wear a hat.
  • Seek, Seek shelter or shaded area.
  • Slide, Wear UV radiation protection eyewear.
  • Spot, Remember ABCDE of skin lesion as mentioned below and seek medical advice if any concern.

    • A, Asymmetry, any lesion which is not symmetrical should be checked.
    • B, Border irregularity
    • C, Colour changes.
    • D, Diameter, any lesion, enlarging in size.
    • E, Evolving or changing lesion.