MoleMap Brisbane skin check clinic.
Brisbane mole check service by MoleMap.
Our Brisbane CBD skin clinic combines a proven skin-mapping system with skin cancer expertise to diagnose melanoma and other skin cancers early – when they’re most treatable.
Skin-mapping + Melanographers + Dermatologists = accuracy you can trust.
Only MoleMap's proven system combines head-to-toe skin mapping by trained Melanographers with expert diagnosis of any suspicious moles by specialist Dermatologists.
That’s what makes us unique and what makes our skin cancer detection service so effective.
Watch our video so you know what to expect when you come to MoleMap Brisbane CBD – and feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
There’s a skin cancer detection service to suit every body and budget at our 50+ clinics across Australia.
Comprehensive skin-mapping service
EarlyDetect mole monitoring.
Our most comprehensive service: full body skin-mapping EarlyDetect, our unique mole monitoring programme.
*Annual follow-ups from just $289.
Thorough skin check
photographic record of your skin
A thorough skin and mole check by a Melanographer photographic record of your skin for future comparison
Thorough head-to-toe skin check for signs of skin cancer.
A thorough, head-to-toe skin and mole check by a Melanographer any highrisk moles or spots imaged for diagnosed by a Dermatologist.
A regular mole check can help prevent melanoma.
We’re right here on the spot
Conveniently located on Wickham Terrace in the heart of Brisbane CBD, we service all surrounding areas including: Bowen Hills, East Brisbane, Fortitude Valley, Herston, Highgate Hill, Kangaroo Point, Kelvin Grove, New Farm, Newstead, Paddington, Petrie Terrace, Red Hill, South Brisbane, Spring Hill, Teneriffe, West End and Woolloongabba.
Also see our other clinics in Brisbane - located at Spring Hill and Taringa.
Got a suspicious looking mole?
If you’re worried about a mole, and think it may have some of the early signs of melanoma, ask your doctor or dermatologist to check it as soon as possible – or book a Full Body MoleMap or Spot Check straight away.
You can also find out your melanoma risk level here.
What is melanoma and how common is it?
Melanoma is a type of skin cancer caused by changes in cells known as melanocytes. These cells produce pigment known as melanin, which provides the hair and the skin with its color. Melanin can appear on normal areas of skin or may start as a mole that has altered in appearance. Some moles that are present on a body at birth may later form melanomas.
The rate of melanoma is increasing and the risk of developing the condition increases with age. Individuals are more likely to develop melanoma if they have pale skin, blue or green colored eyes, or red or blond colored hair.
Individuals are also at risk if they:
Other risk factors include not having a regular mole check, a family history of melanoma, coming into contact with chemicals known to cause cancer, possessing certain types of moles, and having a weakened immune system.
Possible symptoms of melanoma include:
Asymmetry, when one half of an abnormal area differs from the other half
Borders, when the edges of the growth look irregular
Color, when the area changes in color
Diameter, when the area is larger than 6mm in its diameter
Evolution, when the mole constantly changes in appearance
Conducting your own mole check on a regular basis and being part of an annual mole check screening program is your best defense against melanoma.
Not sure what type of mole check is right for you and your skin? Call us on 1800 665 362
or check out MoleMap’s range of skin cancer detection services here.
Our clinics in Brisbane cover the following areas in the Northern Suburbs: Albion – Alderley – Ascot – Aspley – Bald Hills – Banyo – Boondall – Bracken Ridge – Bridgeman Downs – Brighton – Brisbane Airport – Carseldine – Chermside – Chermside West – Clayfield – Deagon – Eagle Farm – Everton Park – Ferny Grove – Fitzgibbon – Gaythorne – Geebung – Gordon Park – Grange – Hamilton – Hendra – Kalinga – Kedron – Keperra – Lutwyche – McDowall – Mitchelton – Myrtletown – Newmarket – Northgate – Nudgee – Nudgee Beach – Nundah – Pinkenba – Sandgate – Shorncliffe – Stafford – Stafford Heights – Taigum – Virginia – Wavell Heights – Wilston – Windsor – Wooloowin – Zillmere
Southern suburbs: Acacia Ridge – Algester – Annerley – Archerfield – Burbank – Calamvale – Coopers Plains – Darra – Doolandella – Drewvale – Durack – Dutton Park – Eight Mile Plains – Ellen Grove – Fairfield – Forest Lake – Greenslopes – Heathwood – Holland Park – Holland Park West – Inala – Karawatha – Kuraby – Larapinta – MacGregor – Mackenzie – Mansfield – Moorooka – Mount Gravatt – Mount Gravatt East – Nathan – Pallara – Parkinson – Richlands – Robertson – Rochedale – Rocklea – Runcorn – Salisbury – Seventeen Mile Rocks – Sinnamon Park – Stones Corner – Stretton – Sumner – Sunnybank – Sunnybank Hills – Tarragindi – Tennyson – Upper Mount Gravatt – Wacol – Willawong – Wishart – Yeerongpilly – Yeronga
Eastern suburbs: Balmoral – Belmont – Bulimba – Camp Hill – Cannon Hill – Carina – Carina Heights – Carindale – Chandler – Coorparoo – Gumdale – Hawthorne – Hemmant – Lota – Lytton – Manly – Manly West – Moreton Island – Morningside – Murarrie – Norman Park – Port of Brisbane – Ransome – Seven Hills – Tingalpa – Wakerley – Wynnum – Wynnum West
Western suburbs: Anstead – Ashgrove – Auchenflower – Bardon – Bellbowrie – Brookfield – Chapel Hill – Chelmer – Chuwar – Corinda – Enoggera – Enoggera Reservoir – Fig Tree Pocket – Graceville – Indooroopilly – Jamboree Heights – Jindalee – Karana Downs – Kenmore – Kenmore Hills – Kholo – Lake Manchester – Middle Park – Milton – Moggill – Mount Coot-tha – Mount Crosby – Mount Ommaney – Oxley – Pinjarra Hills – Pullenvale – Riverhills – Seventeen Mile Rocks – Sherwood – Sinnamon Park – St Lucia – Taringa – The Gap – Toowong – Upper Brookfield – Upper Kedron – Westlake
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