The medical experts behind beautiful faces.

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We also treat...

  • skin conditions
  • wrinkles and lines
  • veins & pigmentation
  • excessive sweating
  • hair loss and more
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We also treat...

Skin conditions
Wrinkles and lines
Veins & pigmentation
Excessive sweating
Hair loss and more

Our team

Whether you need a skin cancer check or wish to discuss cosmetic options there are doctors available here to help.

Dr Susan Austin
Over 20 years of experience in cosmetic medicine

Dr Susan Austin portrait
Dr Susan Austin portrait

Dr Susan Austin
Over 20 years of experience in cosmetic medicine

Featured Articles

Seborrheic Dermatitis and How to Fix It

Seborrheic Dermatitis and How to Fix It

It’s not uncommon for patients to visit Austin Clinic concerned about saying that something is not right with their skin, but they’re not sure what the problem is. read more

Sun Safety, Vitamin D and Other New Guidelines

Sun Safety, Vitamin D and Other New Guidelines

The idea that people with darker skin tones are less likely to develop skin cancer is one of those zombie lies that never seems to die. read more

UV Radiation, Skin Cancer and Australians Like You

UV Radiation, Skin Cancer and Australians Like You

If there is one thing skincare experts agree on, it’s this: Australians need to be more aggressive in their approach to sun protection. Slapping on a bit of sunscreen before an outdoor activity is simply not enough. read more

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Did you know?

That sun damage often does not show up on the skin until years after?

That you can remove unwanted fat through freezing?

That certain types of skin cancer can be treated without surgery?

That letting a wound air actually inhibits the healing process and stunts the cosmetic look of a scar

500mg on Vitamin B3 (Nicotinamide) per day can help to treat and prevent non-melanoma types of skin cancer

Most sunscreen only lasts for 2 hours unless otherwise specified on the bottle

Skin cancer can appear on areas that do not see the sun

You can get burnt on a cloudy day

Bob Marley died of a Melanoma under his fingernail?