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Our areas of expertise

Diagnosis of difficult melanocytic lesions

Dysplastic Naevus Syndrome

Lentigo Maligna

Amelanotic Melanoma

Nail pigmentation

Mucosal pigmentation

Complex skin cancer, including Merkel cell carcinoma,

cutaneous lymphoma, locally advanced keratinocytic carcinomas

Our areas of expertise

Subspecialty and multidisciplinary clinics


Acral Melanoma

Lentigo Maligna

High risk and extreme high risk clinics

Minor procedures

Pregnancy – pigmented lesions and pregnancy rashes


Genetic melanoma and Genodermatoses

Chemotherapy rashes

Cutaneous complications of chemotherapy, including novel targeted and immunotherapies

In addition to regular multidisciplinary clinics involving dermatologists, surgeons and oncologists, we participate in the Melanoma Institute Australia weekly multidisciplinary team meetings for clinico-pathological correlation and expert consensus.

Non-invasive diagnostic technology

Early diagnosis of melanoma is key to survival. However distinguishing early melanoma from common benign skin lesions can be challenging. We are at the forefront of medical research in early melanoma diagnosis.

Confocal Microscopy

Optical Coherence Tomography

Advanced Dermoscopy

Specialised Medical Photography


Our use of non-invasive diagnostic technology promotes early diagnosis of melanoma, while minimizing unnecessary surgical procedures and biopsies. Our benign to malignant ratios are between 2:1 and 5:1, contrasting with non-specialist services for which rates of benign excisions are considerably higher.

Subspecialty and multidisciplinary clinics

Non-invasive treatment

Where appropriate, we prescribe non-invasive topical therapies for skin cancer management, supervised by our team of expert registered nurses.


Through our multidisciplinary meetings, we have access to prescription of specialist therapies for locally advanced and inoperable BCCs and SCCs.

Non-invasive treatment
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