Lavington medical clinics offering specialty services

Alex Pike and Darren Sampson demonstrate a new laser machine at Delete Medical Laser Treatment. Picture: JOHN RUSSELL

Alex Pike and Darren Sampson demonstrate a new laser machine at Delete Medical Laser Treatment. Picture: JOHN RUSSELL

MOLE mapping and the removal of even the brightest tattoos are some of the procedures being offered at two new medical clinics in Lavington.

Delete Medical Laser Treatment and The Skin Cancer Clinic are both operating out of The Doctors at Lavington.

Tattoo removal, spider vein treatment, skin tightening, skin resurfacing, snoring and apnea treatment, as well as laser vaginal tightening are among services provided at Delete Medical Laser Treatment.

Dr Rick Martin said two new laser machines made it possible to achieve precise results with little to no downtime.

“These Fotona machines are the only lasers that perform this level of procedure on the Border,” he said.

“These machines have been in Europe for 50 years but they have only been in Australia for three years.”

Registered nurse and laser consultant Alex Pike said a popular skin treatment was dubbed the lunch-hour facelift.

Meanwhile, Dr Navindra Madawala at The Skin Clinic Centre is offering mole mapping with the MoleMax HD machine.

“We are the first on the Border to do mole mapping,” he said.

“We take pictures of the body and compare changes over time.

“The machine has the ability to take full body photographs and increases the chance of picking up abnormal skin lesions or cancers.

“It picks up what we can’t see with the naked eye. We map the skin and can do excisions.”

Dr Madawala said the service was available to anyone and referrals were not needed.

“We are a one-stop-shop to examine, monitor and excise skin lesions and cancers,” he said.

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