Skin Cancer Surgery
Skin cancer surgery is a very common operation. The most frequent skin cancers are basal cell carcinomas, squamous cell carcinoma and malignant melanoma. There are many more skin cancers though that we treat. All skin cancers are managed according to approved international guidelines.
Depending on the size or type of skin cancer, you may need a skin graft or flap to reconstruct the defect once the cancer has been excised. Skin cancers may be small that just a local anaesthetic is required, to the larger ones that require a general anaesthetic.