Priority Skin Check

For patients with urgent skin concerns or referrals, please call our reception directly for a priority skin check.

Skin Cancer Diagnosis

Full Body Skin Checks Wollongong

King Street Skin Cancer provide full-body skin checks to assess any moles, freckles or bumps that may indicate some form of cancerous growth. Receiving regular skin checks are essential to ensure skin is free from potentially cancerous growths.

Priority Skin Check Wollongong

For individuals with an urgent skin concern or priority requirement, King Street Skin Cancer are able to provide priority skin checks to ensure time-sensitive concerns are cared for as soon as possible.

Benign Skin Growth

Many people have one or more benign (which simply means noncancerous) skin growths at some point in their lives. These growths include seborrheic keratoses, skin tags, and warts. 

Skin Cancer Medication

Skin Cancer Medicine


Solaraze is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory topical cream that treats precancerous cells. It works by destroying unstable skin cells and uses the body’s immune system to repair the damage.

Skin Cancer Medicine


Aldara is used to treat precancerous cells, as well as superficial basal cell carcinoma and warts. It works by stimulating the body's immune system to fight the abnormal skin growths.

Full body skin cancer checks

Efudix is a topical cancer treatment used to treat precancerous cells, as well as some forms of carcinoma. It works by stopping DNA from being produced in the cells, which stops cell replication and eventually cell death.

Skin Cancer Surgery

Skin Biopsy

Both Biopsies and Excisions require the removal of an amount of a potentially cancerous growth, but for two different purposes, diagnosis and treatment.

Cryotherapy Wollongong


Cryotherapy is a minimally invasive treatment with a range of uses, including benign lesions and some precancerous and cancerous growths. It involves the use of very cold liquid nitrogen, to kill off any unwanted cells, which harmlessly fall off.


Curettage and desiccation are a form of skin cancer removal used for carcinomas. It involves scraping the skin with a tool known as a curette, and then cauterising the wound.

Diathermy Wollongong

Diathermy, also known as ‘deep-heating’ uses induced electromagnetic currents to heat the area just below the skin. It is used to remove certain types of skin lesions, such as moles or skin tags. It can also be used for therapeutic purposes.

Skin Flap Surgery Wollongong


Skin Flap Surgery is often used to remove tumours located in high tension areas like legs, and cosmetically highly sensitive areas such as the head and neck. It is used when a simple defect closure is not possible.

Skin Graft Wollongong


A skin graft is often required to close the defect after removal of skin cancers like squamous cell cancers, Basal cell cancers and melanomas.