Skin Cancer.

Read more about skin cancer, issues, news and patient advice from our experts:

Dermatologist Consultations | Stratum Dermatology Clinic

Video Consultations Now Live

During this pandemic, you can book an appointment with a Consultant Dermatologist. We have introduced video consultations for patients who need diagnosis and treatment of their skin conditions.

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When should I worry about a mole?

Moles are usually harmless, but these small dark spots on the skin can sometimes develop into a type of skin cancer known as melanoma. Examining and regularly monitoring moles saves lives.

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10 questions about sun cream

Sun cream helps prevent skin cancer by protecting your skin from the sun’s harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays. All of us can get skin cancer, regardless of age, race or gender.

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Skin Cancer Awareness Month

Skin cancer awareness month takes place every May with the aim of raising awareness of the dangers of unprotected sun exposure and educating on the ways skin cancer can be prevented.

What is your skin type

It is important to understand your skin type, not only so you can choose the right skin care products to look after your skin, but also to understand your risk of developing skin cancer. 

Information on Different Types of Skin Cancer | Stratum Dermatology Clinic

What are the common types of skin cancer?

There are three main types of skin cancer, basal cell carcinoma (BCC), squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) and melanoma. Read more about them here.

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Do You Know How To Check Your Moles?

By checking your moles regularly and getting to know your skin, any changes in shape, size or colour can be identified early and checked by a consultant dermatologist

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Skin Cancer Awareness Month 2021

Find out more about skin cancer awareness month, how to check your moles, how to protect your skin and how a dermatologist can help identify and treat skin cancer.

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