Cryosurgery - technique uses extremely cold temperatures to kill cancer cells. Most often used for skin and cervical cancer.
Laser surgery - uses light energy beams to remove small cancers without affecting surrounding tissue. Often used on areas that are difficult to reach such as cervix, rectum and skin.
Electrosurgery - uses electric current to kill cancer cells. Utilised for skin and oral cancer.
Microscopically controlled surgery - layers of skin are removed and examined microscopically until only cancer-free remain. Most often used when cancer affects delicate parts of the body like the eye.
Mohs surgery - also known as Mohs micrographic surgery, used for skin cancer treatment.
Robotic surgery - robot-assisted surgery, enabling surgeons to perform complex procedures with higher level of precision, flexibility and control than conventional methods. Effectively used for cervical, liver, ovarian and uterine cancer.