Skin cancers

Most skin cancers occur on the face due to its near constant exposure to the sun and UV rays. The choice of treatment made available is based on the type, size, and depth of penetration of the tumour, as well as the patient’s age and general health, and the likely outcome to his or her facial appearance.

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Moles, lumps and bumps

There are thousands of conditions that can affect the skin – on the face and body – including various types of moles, lumps and bumps. Most lesions you will find on the face are benign, such as hyperpigentation (in the form of age spots) skin tags, warts and benign moles.

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