Mole Check and Skin Cancer Clinic

Skin cancer occurs when there is is damage to skin cells from overexposure to UV from the sun. The sooner a skin cancer is looked at and treated, the better your chance of avoiding surgery or complex treatments, in the case of a serious melanoma or other skin cancers. Many of us will develop moles on our bodies but its important to know when ones are more serious.

Two hands holding a heart shaped block of wood with a health 'plus' sign.
Doctor with patient undergoing skin check
Watch for signs

Signs that may suggest skin cancers are:


  • Any crusty, non-healing sores
  • Small lumps that are red, pale or pearly in colour
  • New spots, freckles, any moles (nevus) or other skin lesion changing in colour, thickness or shape over a period of weeks to months
Come in for a check

Dr Jayani Basnayake available every Thursday & Friday. 

Initial skin checks are $110 (concession $100), with a rebate from Medicare done straight after consultations of $60.60. 

Contact the clinic on (03) 5625 3355 to book in before all spots booked.