Skin Cancer Clinic Toowoomba

GPs On Curzon Provides Dedicated Skin Cancer Consultations

Queensland has the highest rate of skin cancer in the world. Our doctors can provide you with a skin examination to assist in early detection of lesions before they become invasive. 

In many cases, these can be treated by our experienced doctors. Contact us for a complete skin check up. 

All our doctors are qualified to do full skin cancer checks, dermoscopy examinations, biopsies and skin cancer excisions or topical treatments

Sun damage can cause numerous problems over the years. If detected early, sun damage or very early skin cancers can be easily treated without surgery but with Cryotherapy or Topical Field creams of therapy. This can be very effective for treating Solar Keratoses, Actinic Keratoses, Intraepithelial Carcinomas and superficial Basal Cell Carcinomas. Other more advanced skin cancers such as Basal Cell Carcinomas, Squamous Cell Carcinomas and Melanomas require surgical excision.

Our Doctors with a Special interest skin checks and skin cancer treatment are:

Book a Skin Cancer Check in Toowoomba

  1. Patient books online for an initial Telehealth consultation.
  2. The Doctor organised a safe and appropriate time to come to the practice for a Full Skin examination. We ask that you wear no makeup and minimal skin creams.
  3. If any irregularities are detected then if possible they are treated on the day or a biopsy or excision is arranged.

Skin Clinic FAQs

Usually between 15-30mins, depending on your skin type.

All costs are based on the time it takes to complete a thorough examination. For example a 15 min appointment costs $74.00 with a rebate of $38.20 back from from Medicare. If an excision is required there is usually up to a $70.00 out of pocket cost. This depends of the type of Skin Cancer or lesion removed. 

We are not a bulk billing practice – but if you are struggling with finances, please discuss this with the doctor.

The doctor will discuss this with you on the day and organise for the appropriate management and treatment.
If there are any skin cancers diagnosed, then yes, we will recommend follow up. Otherwise in general we recommend an annual skin check up.
Yes. The initial consultation can be done via Telehealth. But if the doctor has any concerns, they will organise for you to come to the practice for a Face to Face appointment.
Further up to date information can be found at https://www.cancer.org.au/about-cancer/types-of-cancer/skin-cancer.html.