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About Paddington Skin

Welcome to Paddington Skin, your trusted skin check clinic and cosmetic skin clinic practice. We are committed to providing our patients with the highest quality skin care services, in a warm and welcoming environment.

At Paddington Skin, we understand the importance of healthy skin and protecting the skin against Queensland’s harsh conditions. That’s why we offer a comprehensive range of skin services, from skin cancer checks and mole removal to cosmetic injectables and PDT. Our team of experienced and skilled doctors and registered nurse are dedicated to helping you achieve the best possible results, using the latest technology and techniques.
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What We Offer

At Paddington Skin, we provide a variety of skin care services to help you achieve healthy and beautiful skin. Our services include skin cancer checks, mole removal, and cosmetic injectables such as anti-wrinkle treatments and bioremodellers. Our experienced and skilled practitioners use the latest technology and techniques to ensure the best possible outcome for each patient. We offer personalised care and attention, and our friendly and knowledgeable staff will make sure you feel comfortable and confident throughout the process. Book an appointment today and let us help you achieve your skin care goals.

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Meet Our Team

Dr Jaclyn Montefiore


Dr Jaclyn (Jackie) Montefiore is a GP whose two major areas of professional interest are skin cancer medicine and weight management. She has experience working in a busy skin cancer clinic and educates her patients about the options available to diagnose and treat skin cancers. Dr Montefiore holds Professional and Advanced Certificates in Skin Cancer Medicine and a Certificate in Dermoscopy – the field of medicine concerned with examining the skin with a hand-held device (dermatoscope).

Dr Montefiore also offers treatments to address cosmetic concerns, such as anti-wrinkle injections and micro-needling to improve skin quality, pigmentation and other signs of ageing.

In her spare time, Dr Montefiore enjoys spending time with her husband and three girls. Sometimes, she will sneak away for a jog, a weights session or a catch-up with friends.

Dr Tiffany Litvine


Dr Tiffany Litvine is an experienced Skin Cancer and Cosmetic Anti-Wrinkle treatment Doctor. She completed her medical training in Ireland in 2009, before completing her General Practice Fellowship in Australia, working in a variety of city and country locations. Dr Litvine realised early in her GP career that skin cancer detection and treatment was her passion and obtained advanced clinical certificates in dermoscopy and skin cancer surgery through the Skin Cancer College. She feels strongly about delivering quality care and getting the best possible outcomes for her patients.

When away from work, Tiffany enjoys spending time with her husband and young daughter. Being Belgian-born, Dr Litvine speaks fluent French and enjoys sampling exotic French cuisine, such as boeuf tartare!

Dr Timothy Lynch


Dr Tim Lynch is a specialist GP who graduated from The University of Queensland in 2004 and achieved his fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2013. He also holds a Master of Medicine in the field of skin cancer from the University of Queensland, as a commitment to improving patient outcomes and furthering knowledge in this field. He believes that all patients should have access to timely diagnosis and is very passionate about the early detection and management of pre-malignant and malignant skin lesions, including melanoma. He has worked extensively in skin cancer medicine since 2009 and is experienced in the non-surgical and surgical options for management. Tim is interested in every patient’s story. He enjoys taking time to educate patients and answer questions during skin checks that are thorough and meticulous. He is a member of the Skin Cancer College of Australasia and enjoys teaching at surgical workshops for GPs and mentoring GPs and GP registrars during their skin cancer training.

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