Open Monday to Saturday (Please Note: No Reception Cover Wednesday afternoon and Saturday morning)


  Contact : 01-8391801 or fill out the booking form below.

Why is SkinCheck so popular?

Why is SkinCheck so popular?

SkinCheck is based on the Australian model of an easily accessible, affordable and convenient way of having your moles looked at in the community without the need for a GP referral. Dr Steve Karagiannis is an Australian Skin Cancer Doctor as well as a GP and has had extensive training in early skin cancer detection. He is happy to see Adults and Children who are concerned about suspicious skin lesions. He examines each mole using a Dermatoscope which is the gold standard used to detect early signs melanoma. If something suspicious is detected, a photograph is taken using the MoleMate Skin Imaging Camera and shown to the patient. Dr Steve will excise the lesion himself and send it to the Mater hospital for pathological analysis otherwise you will be referred to a Plastic Surgeon. Often people have skin lesions that can only be described as ‘somewhat suspicious’. These lesions are photographed and the patient is asked to return in 3-6 months for a comparison photograph to assess for any changes ie. ‘mole mapping’. If changes are noted then the lesion is excised.

Please Note:
 
Bayside, North Strand, Rathmines, Greystones and Raheny Clinics are all open as normal
 
From 1st September there will be increased availability in Bayside on Tuesday and Friday mornings
  
If your concern is URGENT you will be booked in for a Spot Check within a few days
 
If you are suffering from any respiratory symptoms please DO NOT attend the clinic
 
We hope you stay safe
 
SkinCheck

PLAN - PRICE

Description

Full Body Adult - 100

The doctor will perform a

full body skin check

using Dermoscopy to look for suspicious lesions.

Single Lesion Adult - 70

The doctor will use Dermoscopy

and focus on the single lesion

pointed out by the patient.

Full Body Child - 70

The doctor will perform a

full body skin check

using Dermoscopy to look for suspicious lesions

Single Lesion Child - 50

The doctor will use Dermoscopy

and focus on the single lesion

pointed out by the patient.

Please fill out Booking Request form below but make sure you look at the Clinic Details First

Bayside – Mon, Tue, Thur, Frid 8:20am – 9:20am and 2:30pm – 5:00pm

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North Strand – Mon, Tue, Thur, Frid 10:30am – 12pm

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  • Afternoon :
Rathmines – Wed 7am – 11am

  • Morning : 
Rathmines – Wed 1pm – 7pm (Dr Brennan)

  • Afternoon  : 
Greystones – Wed 9am – 4pm

Raheny – Sat 9am – 12pm   (Cash or Cheque Only)

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If your preferred date is booked up please let us know as we receive cancellations on a weekly basis and should be able to accommodate you.
We try our best to facilitate Urgent concerns. 
To secure the booking a member of our staff will be in contact to take Visa or Debit Card Details via Phone.
A €40 ‘No Show Fee’ will be applied if you do not show up to your appointment.
No Charge will be applied if you cancel your appointment.
You will receive a Text Message 7-10 days before your appointment to confirm your attendance.

Dr Steve Karagiannis is a Fellow of the Skin Cancer Institute

  • Very good professional care. Mole removed same day. Awaiting histology results. Clinic worth recommendation.

  • I felt at ease and comfortable throughout the examination. I would recommend him 100%

  • Treatment was very professional. Doctor was friendly, competent and communicated well. All in all very worthwhile visit.

  • Very pleased. He did total body check including freckle I wanted checked - All clear and was very happy with the professionalism.

  • "highly recommended, pleasant manner, cheaper than a Dermatologist and just as good"

  • " had a mole check in the morning and he removed it that evening, great service"

  • " explained everything as he went along and reassured me"

  • "Thorough professional job!"

  • "My visit to SkinCheck was really helpful and informative. "