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Bowral Skin Cancer & Cosmetic Clinic

Dr Nada Rohde is a Skin Cancer Doctor providing professional skin cancer checks, diagnosis, surgery, mole-mapping and cosmetic medicine.

Referral not required.

Skin cancer and cosmetic medicine qualifications
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Dr Nada Rohde

Accredited Skin Cancer Doctor

MBBS (UNSW) FRACGP

Diploma Dermoscopy International Dermoscopy Society (IDS)

Diploma of Skin Cancer Medicine & Surgery Skin Cancer College Australasia (SCCA)​

Dr Rohde is an Accredited Skin Cancer Doctor with over 20 years of experience in skin cancer and cosmetic medicine backed by evidence based ongoing medical education and over 30 years of experience in Specialist General Practice.

Dr Nada Rohde is a Skin Cancer Doctor

Your Appointment Options

Patient focused Skin Cancer & Cosmetic Medicine Services

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Skin Cancer Checks

Skin cancer check with photographic mapping
  • Advanced dermoscopic digital scanner skin checks

  • Dermascopic mole surveillance over time 

  • Digital mole scanning by MicroDerm®

  • Total Body Photographic mapping by Canfield IntelliStudio®

  • Early detection of melanoma and skin cancer 

  • Dermascopic assessment of common dermatology skin conditions

 

Skin Cancer Treatments

Dr Nada Rohde performing skin cancer biopsy

​Surgical Treatments

  • Surgical treatment of early melanoma and skin cancer

  • Skin biopsy, shave biopsy, curettage and diathermy​

Non-Surgical Treatments

  • Photodynamic therapy (PDT) for Superficial Basel Cell Carcinoma (BCC), Squamous Cell Carcinoma (SCC) and Solar Keratosis

  • Topical field treatment for BCC and superficial SCC

 

Prevention of Skin Cancer

Early Melanoma and skin cancer detection saves lives
  • ​Treatment of Solar Keratosis using Cryotherpay

  • Treatment of Solar Keratosis with Field Therapy using Actikera, Retinoids, Efudix and Aldara

  • Treatment of Solar Keratosis with Photodynamic therapy 

  • Education of skin cancer risk, self detection, and self detection

  • Education of skin protection and skin health

Patient Focused Care

Dr Nada Rohde skin cancer education
  • Your management journey is cost-effective, efficient and effective

  • Continuity of care with follow up 

  • Liaison with local skin cancer specialist surgeons, plastic surgeons, dermatologists, The Sydney Melanoma Unit and local general practitioners.

Skin Health & Wellness

Patient receiving skin health and wellness treatment
  • Treatment of aging skin, skin sun damage, pigmentation and redness with Synergy Bioceuticals, Peels, Heallite and Broad Band Light (BBL)

  • Treatment of acne, rosacea, dermatitis, seborrheic keratosis, warts, and common dermatological conditions.

Cosmetic Medicine

Cosmetic medicine treatments in Bowral

Consultation 

  • Meeting your expectations, assessing lifestyle, hormonal status, skin health, age, and skin damage.

  • Planning optimal treatments with dermal filler and anti-wrinkle injectables treatments


Treatment

  • Non-surgical restorative treatments to prevent, preserve, and reverse effects of aging 


Review

  • Follow up on treatment progress and satisfaction 

3 common Skin Cancer types

Basal Cell Carcinoma (BCC)

Basal Cell Carcinoma – the most common, usually pink, may have some pigmentation, usually localised and not life threatening and potentially more serious on head and neck.

Squamous Cell Carcinoma (SCC)

Squamous Cell Carcinoma - Usually scaly, pink, raised and maybe tender. Often arise from pre-cancerous usually pink scaly sunspots (solar keratosis). More serious, as they can spread to lymph glands.

Melanoma

The most serious , as it can spread via blood stream throughout the body. Can be flat or raised, fast or slow growing, obviously brown, black, grey or mixed coloured or on fair skin pink and subtle.

How to check if you have a Skin Cancer

A Simple guide to help you recognise early skin cancer

Sore

A scally, itchy, bleeding, tender non healing spot or mole

Changing

Is the spot asymmetrical? Is the border uneven? Is the diameter greater than 6mm or is it smaller than 6mm and growing larger?

Abnormal

Does the spot stand out and look different? 

New

Has the spot appeared recently?

* The more the above features a mole has, the higher the risk it is a melanoma. 

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Know your risk of Skin Cancer & Melanoma Quiz

If your answer is YES to 1 or more, book a skin check for early detection of skin cancer

1.

Do you have fair or freckled skin? red or blond hair?

3.

Have you had 5 or more sun burns?

5.

Do you have 5 or more moles bigger than 5 mm, and irregular and have more then 1 colour?

7.

Have had sunspots or a skin cancer in the past?

2.

Do you burn easily and or tan very slightly?

4.

Do you have 50 or more moles?

6.

Has anyone in your family had a melanoma?

8.

Have you had a melanoma in the past?

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