How much does MoleMap cost?

How much does MoleMap cost?

A Full Body MoleMap costs $399 – this is our most comprehensive service (includes skin-mapping over time) and is recommended for first-time patients and anyone considered medium to high risk. For returning patients, a Full Body Follow-up starts from $299 (this may vary depending on the unique nature of your skin).

What is a Melanographer?

A Melanographer will check and take photographs of your entire body – this creates a baseline of images to compare changes in your skin later. Images of all significant moles will be sent to a Dermatologist for expert diagnosis.

Who can look at moles?

Your skin cancer specialist or nurse can examine your skin. They are trained to look out for moles that may be starting to become cancerous. If you have any moles that could be a melanoma, they can remove them at the clinic.

How do they do a MoleMap?

Full Body MoleMap for new patients After that, they individually map each mole or lesion of concern, using a special camera. They spray the mole, take a photo of it up close using a special camera, and mark it with a pen so they know it’s been done. They do this all over, from head to toe.

Is mole mapping effective?

We know that early detection and treatment is the key to surviving skin cancer, and mole mapping is a highly accurate and effective way to identify melanoma in its very early stages.

How long is a MoleMap appointment?

We take the time to check your skin thoroughly. A Full Body MoleMap takes up to an hour as it’s our most comprehensive service. A MoleMap Skin Check usually takes around 30 minutes, and you can expect a Full Body Follow-up to take around 45 minutes.

How does a mole map work?

Does MoleMap remove moles?

Treatment. MoleMap is a detection, diagnosis and surveillance service so we don’t provide treatment like removing moles. If your report recommends further action, please return to your GP or referring doctor (take our dermatologist report with you) and they will advise treatment options.

Why do moles itch?

Causes of an itchy mole A mole that’s thickened might begin to itch if it rubs against your clothing and becomes irritated. Itchiness can also derive from dry skin, peeling after a sunburn, or from certain chemicals applied to your skin.

Is there an app to check moles?

UMSkinCheck is free mobile application (Apple and Android) intended for skin cancer self exam and surveillance that allows users to complete and store a full body photographic library, track detected moles/lesions, download informational videos and literature and locate a skin cancer specialist.

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