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Remember, early detection saves lives.
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Our team of experienced skin cancer doctor offers a range of advanced treatments tailored to meet your individual needs. Whether you require surgical excision, cryotherapy, or other procedures, you can trust us to deliver expert care in a comfortable and supportive environment.


Biopsy- Diagnose it accurately



If a suspicious lesion is identified during your skin cancer check, our experienced doctor may recommend a biopsy to obtain a tissue sample for further analysis. A biopsy is a minimally invasive procedure that involves removing a small portion of the abnormal skin tissue for examination under a microscope. There are different types of biopsies, including shave biopsy, punch biopsy, and excisional biopsy, depending on the size and location of the lesion. The type of biopsy recommended will be determined by your doctor based on various factors, including the appearance of the lesion and your medical history. Biopsy results provide valuable information about the type and extent of skin cancer, guiding further treatment decisions.

Excision: remove the cancerous tissue and prevent its spread











Excision involves cutting out the entire tumor along with a margin of healthy skin around it. This helps ensure that all cancer cells are removed while minimizing the risk of recurrence. Our skilled doctor perform excision procedures using precise surgical techniques to achieve optimal results. Depending on the size and location of the skin cancer, sutures may be used to close the wound after excision. Your doctor will provide detailed instructions on wound care and follow-up care to promote healing and minimize scarring.

   Cryotherapy: non-invasive treatment 











Cryotherapy is a non-invasive treatment option for certain types of skin cancer and precancerous lesions. This procedure involves applying liquid  nitrogen to the affected area to freeze and destroy abnormal cells. The freezing process causes the abnormal cells to die off, after which the treated area may form a scab and eventually heal. Our doctor will assess your condition and determine if cryotherapy is the appropriate treatment option for you.



Topical Therapies:

In some cases, topical therapies may be used to treat superficial skin cancers or precancerous lesions. These medications are applied directly to the skin and work by targeting abnormal cells while sparing healthy tissue.

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it can be used in the treatment of many musculoskeletal injuries including that of tendons, muscles and joints. Typically 2 or more injections are required, separated by 4-6 weeks apart. This may vary dependant on your injury.

Ingrown toenail

Often the medial or lateral nail edge of an incurved toenail may press into the nail sulcus without actual skin penetration leads to the formation of a painful hyperkeratotic lesion the nail plate penetrate through the thin skin of the nail sulcus, infection and hypergranulation tissue

skin tag

a small flap of tissue that hangs off the skin by a connecting stalk. They are usually found on the neck, chest, back, armpits, under the breasts, or in the groin area.

seborrheic keratosis

benign Its colour can range from white to brown or black raised areas. It often appear on s chest, arms, back, or other areas.

infected sebaceous cyst

small lumps that arise within the skin on the face, upper back and upper chest. It can form when the opening to a sebaceous gland becomes blocked. The oily substance called sebum continues to be produced but cannot escape to the outer skin surface. Inflamed cysts usually are treated by draining the fluid and removing the shell that make up the cyst wall.


it caused by a virus called human papillomavirus (HPV). spread to other parts of the body and to other people by contact. Genital warts are linked to cervical, anal, and other types of cancer.

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