Dermal Surgery

Dermal Surgery is the particularly interesting field of surgery to the skin and subcutaneous tissues. While there are other specialities who also undertake this type of work, Plastic Surgeons are uniquely qualified to offer patients the widest range of options and obtain the best results in the solution of their problems.

The field encompasses the treatment of skin cancers, including BCC, SCC and most importantly melanoma as well as other rare tumours of the skin and adnexal structures. Other areas include congenital malformations as well as aesthetic concerns.

Here are a list of links to other pages related to dermal surgery.

Basal Cell Carcinoma (BCC)

Squamous Cell Carcinoma (SCC)

Melanoma – This is a serious diagnosis. This page provides facts on diagnosis, tests and treatment options for patients.

Dysplastic nevi – “Funny-looking moles” : These are common and may be a risk factor for melanoma. See what they are and what to do about them. Some may even be considered suspicious moles and need biopsy.

Vascular Malformations – Haemangiomas

Lymphoedema

Tattoos

Torn Earlobe Repair

Skin flap (Reconstructive) Surgery after cancer excision

Skin Hangover