Specialists in early skin cancer detection

Pioneers in melanoma detection, saving lives since 2005

clinics Australia-wide
1 in 5
diagnosed with cancer
moles ‘double’ checked

No more needless scars (or cancer scares)

Getting a skin check can be scary. Because no one wants to learn they have melanoma. This is the very reason why MoleMap’s founders pioneered a new way to spot skin cancer sooner and more accurately. For more than 25 years, this proven skin mapping and mole monitoring system has ensured that fewer skin cancers are missed in routine skin checks. Not only that, it has reduced the number of moles being unnecessarily removed. For you, that means fewer needless scars and scares.
skin check
full body checkup
A world where skin cancer no longer takes lives
A world where skin cancer no longer takes lives
A world where skin cancer no longer takes lives
Our Vision

A world where skin cancer no longer takes lives

Helping you spot skin cancers early

  • Consultant dermatologists highly experienced in skin cancer diagnosis
  • World-class Melanographers that check skin all day, every day
  • Clinicians with extensive training in detecting and treating cancers
Leyla Nsar
Lead Melanographer
Registered Nurse

Leyla Nsar

Lead Melanographer
Registered Nurse
Dr. John Levy

A/Prof. Dr John Levy

Skin Cancer Doctor
Dr. Simon Tucker

Dr Simon Tucker


Our History


MoleMap reaches a milestone 100 clinics across ANZ


Skin cancer treatment is introduced


MoleMap’s AI division is founded in Kahu, NZ


Artificial intelligence (AI) used to detect skin cancer


MoleMap launches in Australia

What’s my skin cancer risk

Answer six simple questions (takes less than 1 minute) to discover your risk and the right skin check for you.
molemap risk quiz

When was your last skin cancer check?

Your questions, answered

What treatments are used for skin cancer?

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The most com­mon treat­ment for skin can­cer is to surgically remove it. This is usu­al­ly done under a local anaesthetic. During treatment the mole or skin lesion is care­ful­ly removed, with a mar­gin of safe­ty, while keep­ing the scar as small as possible.

Some superficial skin cancers can be treated topically with creams or gels. These are generally pre­scribed chemotherapy medicines that can be direct­ly applied to the skin. Laser therapy is another form of skin cancer treat­ment. It uses a com­bi­na­tion of a red-light LEDlight and a cream. The laser destroys the abnormal or cancerous cells without the need for surgical removal.

How is artificial intelligence used for skin cancer?

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MoleMap’s first artificial intelligence (AI) product Skin Assist has been created to help doctors discover and diagnose skin cancer easily and with higher accuracy. Using MoleMap’s world-leading database of high-quality dermatological images, AI develops a specific algorithm to help detect benign and malignant melanomas. The diagnosis is made with close accuracy to that of a trained doctor.

AI is currently available and being used in New Zealand only.

Can an app help me detect skin cancer?

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There are several apps available to help detect skin cancer. Yet, while they may help you to spot a suspicious mole or lesion you may not have found oth­er­wise, they should not replace a professional skin cancer check. Many apps only offer a skin lesion risk assessment; they are not intended to be used as a diagnostic tool. By visiting one of MoleMap's skin cancer clinics, you can ensure a trusted diagnosis.

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