PDT - Daylight Photodynamic Therapy
PDT Daylight Photodynamic Therapy - For the treatment of a range of non-melanoma skin cancers.

Anti-sweat Injections - Underarms
Anti-sweat injections are administered to treat and control axillary hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating of the armpits). Medicare rebates are available when clinical strength antiperspirants fail and when the treatment is administered by a Medicare approved injection specialist.

Excessive Underarm Sweating
The miraDry treatment is a permanent solution for excessive underarm sweating.

Iontophoresis
For the treatment of hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating of the hands and/or feet).

Skin Cancer
Skin cancer is the commonest cancer in Australia.  It is almost always caused by excessive exposure to the intense sunlight of the Australian climate.  Adequate sun protection and the avoidance of sun exposure in the middle of the day is essential in the prevention of skin cancer especially in fair skinned subjects with a tendency to sunburn.  Only a few minutes of gentle sun exposure a day is necessary to maintain adequate vitamin D levels.

General Dermatology
Dermatology is the branch of medicine dealing with disorders of the skin.  Dermatologists are the only fully qualified specialists trained to manage problems from skin cancer to the common and not-so-common rashes, skin infections and drug eruptions.  The effect on the skin of internal disease also falls within the province of the specialist dermatologist.