Expert Diagnosis of Suspicious Moles
Accuracy is important when dealing with melanoma, as you don’t get a second chance.
Our expert Skin Cancer Doctors are among the world’s most experienced and have diagnosed over 80,000 patients. These Include:
Skin Cancer Education
Knowledge is power, which is why we want you to know what lesions to look out for and how to protect you and your family. Many patients have identified skin cancer on their friends and family members after their Mole Mapping appointment with us.
Head-to-Toe Skin Check
Our skilled Melanographers, advanced technology and experience Doctors will conduct a thorough examination of your skin, assessing moles using a dermatoscope – a device used to view the intricate structure of a mole. Moles that meet our criteria will be imaged using a specialised digital dermoscopic camera to create a view of the internal structure (dermoscopic image) and the external structure (clinical image) for subsequent medical diagnosis and comparison.
Total Body Photography
Knowing where your moles aren’t is as important as knowing where they are, because up to 50% of melanoma appears in new skin. You will have a standardised set of high resolution photographs taken that will create a complete visual record of your skin surface, which is used to identify new moles that appear and changes in existing ones.
Monitoring Changes in Your Moles and Skin Over Time
52% of the melanoma we find are because we have identified the slightest of change by comparing images over time. We will identify changes in your skin since your previous appointment through: Sequential Digital Dermoscopic Imaging (SDDI) and Clinical Imaging – your moles are re-imaged at follow-ups to identify changes in the internal and external structure of your moles that have occurred since your last visit, which are not visible to the naked eye.