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3 clinics across South Australia

95% of melanomas are curable. If spotted early.

At MoleMap, we don’t just check. We double check. Our skilled melanographers provide a thorough head-to-toe skin cancer check. Any suspicious moles are imaged and sent for dermatologist diagnosis. That’s two sets of expert eyes for the highest accuracy. Plus, no referral for fast results.
A melanographer will check your skin and image any suspect moles

Find your local MoleMap skin cancer clinic

Clinics in South Australia

Mount Gambier

Partner clinic
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Our partner clinics undergo MoleMap accredited training. Using our proven skin surveillance system, they deliver the same high-quality report and dermatologist diagnosis.
20 Sturt Street, Mt Gambier SA 5290
Services offered
Full Body MoleMap
Full Body MoleMap
SkinCheck
SkinCheck
SkinCheck+
SkinCheck+
Skin Cancer Treatment
Skin Cancer Treatment

Firle

Partner clinic
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Our partner clinics undergo MoleMap accredited training. Using our proven skin surveillance system, they deliver the same high-quality report and dermatologist diagnosis.
Level 1/161 Glynburn Road, Firle SA 5070
Services offered
Full Body MoleMap
Full Body MoleMap
SkinCheck
SkinCheck
SkinCheck+
SkinCheck+
Skin Cancer Treatment
Skin Cancer Treatment

Adelaide

Partner clinic
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Our partner clinics undergo MoleMap accredited training. Using our proven skin surveillance system, they deliver the same high-quality report and dermatologist diagnosis.
Specialist Clinic, 48 Magill Rd, Norwood SA 5067
Services offered
Full Body MoleMap
Full Body MoleMap
SkinCheck
SkinCheck
SkinCheck+
SkinCheck+
Skin Cancer Treatment
Skin Cancer Treatment

Peace of mind in 3 steps

Step 1: Thorough skin check

A melanographer will check your skin and image any suspect moles
mole check

Step 2: Dermatologist review

Any ‘at risk’ moles will be double checked by an accredited dermatologist
SkinCheck

Step 3: Trusted diagnosis

Receive your report. Will include dermatologist recommendations and next steps
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Your skin check SA questions, answered

What is a skin cancer clinic?

Skin cancer clinics perform skin and mole examinations, biopsies, and removals of suspicious moles, as well as treatment. They also offer education to help prevent and protect against skin cancer. Skin cancer clinics are typically run by GPs with a special interest and training in skin cancer detection.

At MoleMap, our skin cancer clinics are run by melanog­ra­phers—reg­is­tered nurs­es with spe­cialised train­ing in the ear­ly detec­tion of melanoma and oth­er skin can­cers. Any suspicious moles undergo further assessment and diagnosis by an accredited dermatologist.

Who’s the best person to check for skin cancer?

For many people, their first port of call is their local GP. Depending on the GPs level of training in this area, you may be referred to a dermatologist or ​​a skin cancer detection specialist like MoleMap. The benefit of visiting Ballarat skin cancer clinic is that, unlike GPs, we specialise in skin cancer and skin cancer only.

Our melanographers perform skin checks daily, making them highly experienced in knowing what to look for. Additionally, our skin checks include a dermatologist diagnosis, without the need (or wait) for referral. While GPs, dermatologists and skin clinics can check for skin cancer, we recommend choosing the one you feel most comfortable with.

How much does a skin cancer check cost in South Australia?

The price for a skin exam can vary, depending on which service provider you choose. At MoleMap we have created a handy services comparison table. You can use this to see what services we offer, compare features and check out our prices.

Choosing your service largely depends on your skin cancer risk. Unsure about your skin cancer risk? Take our quick risk quiz to find out.

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