Cosmetic and Surgical Dermatology

KM Surgical are pleased to offer you a range of procedures and treatments for skin cancer, cosmetic surgery, dermatology and aesthetic medicine.

Look Natural

Surgical to non surgical procedures to help you look and feel confident and fantastic about yourself.

For Women

Come and see one of our cosmetic nurses for a complimentary consultation to discuss what we can do to help you.

For Men

Come and see one of our cosmetic nurses for a complimentary consultation to discuss what we can do to help you.

Facial Fullness & Symmetry

Dr Ken Macdonald offers a range of surgical and non-surgical treatment options in this area.


A dermatologist is the medical expert you should consult if you have any significant problem with your skin. A dermatologist has minimum of 13 years of training.

Mohs Surgery

Mohs micrographic surgery is a specialised procedure for the microscopically controlled excision of skin cancer.

Skin cancer surgery

Our team of dermatologists are highly experienced in skin cancer treatment and management

Skin Treatments & Care

View our procedures and treatments for sun damage, broken veins, lines and wrinkles...


Christchurch is leading liposuction clinic offers tumescent liposuction, liposculpture and Vaser LipoSelection™.

Mole/lesion Removal & Check

Cosmetic or medically necessary mole or lesion removal, offering patients advanced surgical techniques to minimise scarring.

Vein Problems

Leg veins, spider veins and other benign vascular lesions are one of the most frequent and challenging aesthetic complaints.

Tattoo Removal

At KM Surgical we have the latest RevLite laser, the most advanced laser for removing all colours of ink with four different available wavelengths.

Excessive Sweating

At KM Surgical we have the surgical and non-surgical options available for your excessive sweating (Hyperhydrosis).
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Laser, liposuction, cosmetic medicine and surgery. KM Surgical provides specialist services in a centre of excellence at Avenue Health.

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