Basal Cell Carcinomas (BCC) most commonly appear as a smooth, waxy pink lump. As they increase in size, they can develop a central raw area that can bleed. BCCs can also appear as a pink to red, scaly patch of skin or as flat, firm, white or yellowish coloured area of skin.
BCCs can be treated in a number of different ways, with the best method depending on a number of factors such as the cancers size, location, histological growth pattern and other factors. At the Skin Practice, we are able to offer a wide range of treatment options including Mohs Micrographic Surgery, and we can help you select the optimal method to treat your cancer.