Basal cell carcinoma


Basal cell carcinoma

BCC is the most common invasive malignant neoplasm found in humans and left untreated it may cause local destruction of tissue and penetrate subcutaneous tissue.

The most common presenting complaint is a bleeding or scabbing sore that seems to heal but then recurs.
85% of BCC’s occur on the head and neck but they may may occur on most regions of the body included areas not exposed to the skin.

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David has undertaken advanced surgical training in skin cancer surgery and welcomes referrals from other Doctors for the management of large skin cancers and lesions in difficult sites such as the nose, lips, face and lower leg. Surgical techniques may include skin grafting and various types of skin flap surgery.