TOOWOOMBA SKIN CANCER CLINIC

> Skin cancer checks & examinations

> Skin cancer diagnosis

> Melanoma detection

> Skin cancer reports

> Skin cancer treatments & care advice

> Surgical removal of skin cancers

> Cryotherapy

> Laser ablation

> Photodynamic therapy of skin lesions

> Cosmetic mole removal 

COSMETIC ELEGANCE CLINIC

Cosmetic, Laser, Skin Cancer & Beauty Clinic

Suite 102, 1st Floor Medici Medical Centre

15 Scott Street, Toowoomba, QLD 4352

Phone: 07 4638 2700

Email: info@cosmeticelegance.com.au

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Skin Cancer Clinic

The health of your skin is our number one priority. It is the foundation of your appearance now and in the future.  We want you to be happy with how you look so let’s start with the basics: loving your skin by looking after it.

It is important that adults have annual skin checks to get advice about skin health and for early diagnosis of Skin Cancer.  There is no minimum age for skin checks. If you have a concern about any member of your family, get it checked out professionally.

Dr Eddie Roos & Dr Albert Vermeulen have a special interest in the diagnosis and treatment of Skin Cancer.  An annual skin check at the Toowoomba Skin Cancer Clinic includes a systematic examination where you will be given a report on the state of your skin with advice for treatment and care.   Any lesions that need specific monitoring will be scanned for future reference. 


Our doctors provide surgical removal, cryotherapy, laser ablation and Photodynamic Therapy of skin lesions.  The high demand for cosmetic mole removal makes this treatment a constant and integral part of the practice.  Anything that is surgically removed from your skin will be sent to pathology so that a thorough and proper diagnosis can be made.


We can’t stress it enough: prevention is better than cure!   Please be committed to protecting your skin from the sun to reduce your chances of developing Skin Cancer and skin damage such as pigmentation and wrinkles.


Call us on 07 4638 2700 to book an appointment at our Skin Cancer Clinic.
 
DID YOU KNOW?
Melanoma is commonly called “Australia’s cancer” and is fast becoming one of Australia’s most prevalent cancers in both men and women. 
Melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer. 
Melanoma is the most preventable cancer if diagnosed early. 
Melanoma is the most common cancer in Australians aged 15-44. 
Incidence rates for melanoma in Australia are one of the highest in the world with projections that by 2020 there will be 17,570 people diagnosed with melanoma.