SkinXam

About SkinXam:

Skinxam is a specialist skin cancer clinic.

Our mission is to reduce the prevalence of skin cancer amongst the communities of the Gold Coast.

Our highly trained doctors specialise in the early detection, prevention and treatment of skin cancer. We use the latest dermoscopic technologies available to assist with the examination of your skin. These computerised technologies enables your Doctor at Skinxam to store images of skin lesions and moles for life, so that very early changes can be detected.

A Skinxam will leave you comfortable that your Skin is healthy and free from any potentially life threatening cancers.

We encourage our patients and their families to be checked regularly – together we can make a difference to the health of our community.

All our procedures are bulk billed, please contact us to make an appointment for a Skinxam.

SkinXam Processes:

The SkinXam process is more than simply a skin cancer check. During your consultation, your doctor will:

  1. Provide you with a full skin cancer check: providing you peace of mind;
  2. Look for any irregular skin disorders;
  3. Discuss with you any concerns you have about your skin (acne and other skin disease);
  4. Provide treatment for any identified skin ailments; and
  5. Provide you with a plan that will ensure the health of your skin for the future.

The SkinXam process includes your personal medical history, a clinical examination and digital epiluminescence light microscopy examination of all skin lesions.

Our doctors are dedicated to the wellbeing of our patients. We aim to be the trusted skin cancer clinic within our community.

SkinXam Technology: Computerised Dermoscopy

At SkinXam we use the latest proven medical expertise, training and computerised skin cancer detection equiptment to identify melanoma and skin cancer at a very early stage.

Your doctors at SkinXam is equipped with the latest state-of-the-art computerised technology for scanning moles and skin lesions, assisting the doctors to make a more accurate diagnosis. This digital epiluminescence light microscopy magnifies and photographs each mole and lesion beneath the skin. The images are then stored for future comparison if necessary.

Computerised dermoscopy is now the recognised international standard of care for skin cancer detection and prevention. This equipment is much superior to traditional examination techniques.