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Dr Holly Inglis practices @ Kingborough Medical Centre 
address: 9-11 John Street, Kingston
phone: (03) 6283 1800

availability: Monday - Thursday 

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If you have a spot of concern & you feel you need it to be seen more urgently, please see your GP or contact the clinic to request an urgent spot check

Services available

  • Spot checks 

  • Full skin checks 

  • Digital dermoscopy / mole  monitoring (where indicated)

  • Skin cancer treatments including cryotherapy, creams & biopsies

  • Skin cancer surgery, including excisions & more advanced procedures such as flaps & grafts

Private fees apply to consultations and procedures.
Referrals are not required. Dr Holly is specialist GP with special interest and training in skin cancer medicine and surgery. Dr Holly does not do cosmetic procedures. Dr Holly does not see general dermatology complaints unless identified as part of your skin cancer check. Please see your regular GP for rashes, acne or non-skin cancer complaints. 

What to expect

Full skin checks

A full skin check with Dr Holly involves a detailed history, calculation of your skin cancer risk and a head to toe examination of your skin with a dermatoscope (skin microscope). Visualisation of all your spots is best done when in your underwear, but if you are uncomfortable with this, Dr Holly can work around loose fitting clothing. Please advise at the time of your consultation your preferences. ​


If there are any spots of concern, Dr Holly may photograph these and monitor them for change over time or may discuss treatments such as freezing, biopsy or excision with you. Dr Holly will be able to do small treatments at the time of your consultation such as freezing while biopsies and excisions will scheduled on a procedure list on a different day.​

To aid with your skin check please:

  • Wear loose fitting clothing that is easy to remove

  • Wear underwear (budgie smuggler style preferred & bras if normally used)

  • Remove any make-up (ideally do not put any on that day but make-up wipes can be provided at your consultation)

  • You can moisturise as normal 

  • If you have spots that someone else is worried about, ask them to circle them with a marker pen before your appointment

Spot checks

Spot check appointments are for checks of 1-2 spots only. It is recommended that everyone has at least one full skin check first to assess all spots and determine individual risk, then use spot check appointments for any new spots of concern between regular skin checks. Please call the clinic or see your GP for urgent spot checks. 

Services available
What to expect
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