At Molemap we're passionate about detecting melanoma early - when it's most treatable. Melanoma is the most dangerous form of skin cancer and grows quickly.1 It can also be difficult to detect with the naked eye.
The earlier our melanographers can detect - and our specialist dermatologists diagnose - skin cancer, the better your chances of beating it.2
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Watch this quick video (0:52) to understand the difference between a Full Body Molemap and Molemap Skin Check and which one is right for you.
Up to 60 minutes
Thorough head-to-toe skin check + total body photography + monitoring over time
The melanographer is looking for and imaging any suspicious-looking spots on the day as well as any that may change over time.
Essential if you have a medium to high number of moles; a personal or family history of melanoma; have been referred by your doctor; or for anyone wanting a complete record of their skin to monitor changes over time.
Up to 30 minutes
Thorough head-to-toe skin check
The melanographer is looking for and imaging any suspicious-looking spots that may present on the day.
It’s great if you have low to medium number of moles or have a mole of concern, or one that is changing. It’s a point-in-time check so there is no formal monitoring over time.
Our teams are experts at detecting and diagnosing early stage melanoma – when it’s most treatable.
Your imaged spots will be diagnosed by an experienced specialist dermatologist.
Our specialised melanographer training is accredited by the Australasian College of Dermatologists.
Since 2005, we have been dedicated to the detection, diagnosis and surveillance of melanoma across our network of Australian clinics.
No referral needed.
At your appointment you’ll be seen by a melanographer who has expertise in detecting suspicious looking spots. After your appointment the melanographer will securely forward your imaged spots to our dermatologists for diagnosis via teledermatology.
Within 5-10 business days, you'll receive your dermatologist report which includes comments and any recommendations for treatment. We are a detection, diagnosis and surveillance service so we don’t provide treatment.