Dr André Safvat talks about keratinocyte (non-melanoma) skin cancer


Dr André Safvat regularly educates GPs and specialists on a variety of Plastic, Reconstructive and Cosmetic surgery topics.

He recently conducted a presentation and discussion about keratinocyte (non-melanoma) skin cancer at an event hosted at the Southern Highlands Private Hospital.

The Ramsay Health GP Education event was attended by general practitioners with a special interest in skin cancer, and Dr Safvat’s expertise and knowledge left a lasting impression on all those in attendance.

Dr Safvat is an expert in reconstructive and cosmetic surgery, with extensive experience in skin cancer surgery and reconstruction. He is dedicated to providing the highest quality care to his patients, and his commitment to patient safety and satisfaction is second to none.

During the presentation, Dr Safvat discussed the various types of keratinocyte skin cancer, including basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma, and provided valuable insights into the diagnosis, treatment, and management of these conditions. He also discussed the latest surgical techniques and technologies available for skin cancer treatment, including Mohs surgery, and shared his experience and expertise in reconstructive surgery following skin cancer removal.

One of the key takeaways from Dr Safvat’s presentation was the importance of early detection and prompt treatment of skin cancer. He emphasised the need for regular skin cancer screenings and encouraged all attendees to educate their patients about the importance of sun safety and skin cancer prevention.

Dr Safvat’s presentation was highly informative and engaging, and the attendees were impressed by his depth of knowledge and his dedication to patient care. His passion for his work was evident throughout the presentation, and his commitment to advancing the field of skin cancer surgery and reconstruction was inspiring.

Dr Safvat’s presentation was a valuable contribution to the Ramsay Health event, and his insights and expertise will undoubtedly benefit many patients in the years to come.

For more information about the treatment of keratinocyte (non-melanoma) skin cancer, please do not hesitate to contact Ethique Plastic Surgery for all you need to know about skin cancer treatment.