what is Molemap check?
Could you have a melenoma?
Early detection is your
Skin Cancer Detection Specialists
Our Molemap Check registered nurse melanographer and experienced dermatologists are experts at detecting and diagnosing early stage melanoma – when it’s most treatable.
The Gold Standard
The technology we use and our clinical excellence is the gold standard for the detection and diagnosis of melanoma and other skin cancers.
The melanographer uses a handheld dermatoscope to see the intricate structures of your moles. They also use a specially designed Molemap camera to take dermoscopic images of the internal structure of your moles. Our skilled dermatologists review, diagnose and report on your moles via teledermatology.
Full Body Skin Cancer Check
Expert dermatologist diagnosis
Seen by a registered nurse melanographer
Head-to-toe skin check
Skin cancer education
Suitable For People Who:
Have any number of moles
Have not had a full body skin check recently
Are concerned about a particular mole or spot
Had major sunburns growing up
Have used sunbeds.
What To Expect
At your appointment you will be seen by a registered nurse melanographer who is specially trained to identify, image and map any suspicious looking spots.
After your appointment the melanographer will securely forward any imaged spots to a dermatologist – who works via teledermatology – for diagnosis and reporting.
The dermatologist will send your report which includes comments and any recommendations for treatment to your GP who will discuss this with you. If the dermatologist recommends treatment like having a mole removed, your GP will arrange this for you. Or they may recommend other management options.