Advanced Skin Cancer Centre

Have you had a skin cancer check lately?

Appointments Available Immediately | No Referral Required | Saturday Morning Appointments Available

Appointments Available Immediately

Saturday Appointments Available
No Referral Required

(03) 8202 5959

Doctor Ankur Bansal - Advanced Skin Cancer Centre

Dr Ankur Bansal

Skin Cancer Doctor

Dr. Bansal is a well-known Skin Cancer Doctor with expertise in Skin Cancer Checks and Surgical Management in South-Eastern Melbourne for over a decade. We are proud to announce that he has now commenced Skin Cancer Services through Advanced Skin Cancer Centre and can see you immediately!


Skin cancer is a prevalent and potentially life-threatening condition that affects millions of people worldwide.
A skin cancer screening is a crucial preventive tool designed to detect skin cancer in its earliest and most treatable stages.
While it may seem like a straightforward process, understanding the importance of regular skin cancer screenings is key to safeguarding your health.

Skin Cancer Check- Advanced Skin Cancer Centre

Skin Cancer Check

A skin cancer screening check involves a thorough examination of your skin by a qualified healthcare professional. During the screening, the doctor carefully inspects your skin, looking for any suspicious moles, lesions, or irregularities. They will use FotoFinder, latest digital image technology, to assess and monitor your moles.

Mole Mapping - Advanced Skin Cancer Centre


Mole-mapping technology is the use of advanced digital imaging system designed to create a precise and detailed map of your skin, particularly focusing on moles and other skin irregularities. This technique utilizes high-resolution cameras and specialized software to capture and analyze images of your skin, allowing for the early detection of any changes or abnormalities.

Skin Cancer Facts

  • 2 out of 3 Australians will be diagnosed with skin cancer by the age of 70.
  • Over 2000 Australians die of preventable Skin Cancer every year.
  • A Professional Skin Cancer Check is recommended every 12 months for those at high risk.
  • Self-Screening is recommended every 3 months.
  • Early Skin Cancer Detection improves outcomes and Saves Lives.


Biopsy - Advanced Skin Cancer Centre

Excision & Biopsy

A biopsy is often the first step in the evaluation of abnormal skin lesions. This procedure involves the removal of a small sample of the suspicious tissue for examination under a microscope. The goal is to determine whether the lesion is benign (non-cancerous) or malignant (cancerous).

Skin Cancer Cryotherapy - Advanced Skin Cancer Centre


Cryotherapy, often referred to as “freezing therapy,” is a non-invasive medical technique used to treat a variety of skin conditions, including early-stage skin cancers and benign lesions. It involves the application of extremely cold temperatures, typically using liquid nitrogen, to freeze and destroy the abnormal tissue.

Cosmetic Mole Removal - Advanced Skin Cancer Centre

Cosmetic Mole Removal

When it comes to the removal of skin lesions for cosmetic reasons, precision, minimal discomfort, and a favorable end result are paramount concerns. The Ellman Pelleve Electrosurgery device, harnessing the power of radiofrequency electrocautery, represents a cutting-edge solution for individuals seeking fast, effective, safe, and aesthetically pleasing lesion removal.


Our clinics use FotoFinder Vexia with Medicam 1000s Advanced Digital Skin Cancer Imaging Technology to capture, analyze, and store high-resolution images of your skin lesions for comparison over time to assess for changes of concern.

FotoFinder Medicam - Advanced Skin Cancer Centre

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