We’re a Specialist Dermatology medical practice specialising in the diagnosis and treatment of skin cancer

We’re a Specialist Dermatology medical practice specialising in the diagnosis and treatment of skin cancer

We’re a Specialist Dermatology medical practice specialising in the diagnosis and treatment of skin cancer

We’re a Specialist Dermatology medical practice specialising in the diagnosis and treatment of skin cancer

Important Notice

A reminder to all our new dermatology patients that a referral from your GP is necessary before an appointment can be made. An appointment will be offered to you once we have received the referral. Apologies for any inconvenience this causes, if you have any questions about your appointment please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Fiona Larsen Dermatology is a specialist medical practice. We specialise in the early diagnosis and effective treatment of Skin Cancer. We perform dermatological surgical procedures and Mohs Surgery which is a highly effective treatment for skin cancer, providing precise micrographic control of the cancerous tissue while the healthy tissue is spared.

We pride ourselves on maintaining the highest standards and delivering quality care. We utilise the most advanced treatments and procedures, offering our patients the safest, most effective solutions.

New Zealand has the highest rate of skin cancer in the world. Having dual specialist qualifications in Mohs Surgery for skin cancer and dermatopathology, Dr Larsen is the most highly trained dermatologist for the treatment of skin cancer in New Zealand

Skin Cancer

Skin Cancer

Skin cancer is the most common cancer in New Zealand and our skin cancer rates are among the highest in the world. There are three main types of skin cancers: Basal Cell Carcinoma, Squamous Cell Carcinoma and Malignant Melanoma.

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Mohs Surgery

Cure rates for localised skin cancers treated with Mohs micrographic surgery are higher than for any other type of treatment - approximately 99 per cent for new skin cancers and 95 per cent for difficult recurrent skin cancers.

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Mohs Surgery

Mohs micrographic surgery

In Mohs surgery, the histological processing takes place on the day of surgery and the wound is only closed after it has been confirmed that the entire cancer has been removed.