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Mole Mapping

Skin Cancer Mole Mapping in Melbourne

Mole mapping is used to detect both new suspicious moles and any changes to your existing moles, as well as assess them all for signs of skin cancer.

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What is mole mapping?

Mole mapping is increasingly becoming a popular tool in the skin cancer screening process, and for very good reason.

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.

Mole mapping is painless and non-invasive, making it a process that is easy and accessible for most people.

How does mole mapping work?

A digital body mole map is created using state-of-the-art digital photography to capture images of the entire body, taking in the size and positioning of every mole and lesion on the body.

Data is analysed by our experts to detect any change, big or small, and often those undetectable by the naked eye.

Mole Mapping FAQ

How long does a MoleMap take?

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 often should you get mole mapping done?

How often should I have a Mole Map? After an initial session with one of our experts we recommend a return visit after 6 months and then an annual mole mapping session going forward.

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

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