MoleMap is a pioneer in mole checks and skin cancer detection. Since 2005, MoleMap skin cancer clinics have used the latest technology to discover and diagnose skin cancer easily and with higher accuracy. All MoleMap skin assessments are performed by melanographers. These are registered nurses with special training in the early detection of melanoma and other skin cancers.
If any suspicious lesions are detected, these are securely sent for further review by a dermatologist. Furthermore, our proven mole check and skin mapping system makes it easier to identify changes and spot skin cancer early — when it’s most treatable.
The warning signs of skin cancer can vary. But a key warning sign is a new or changing mole. If we’re talking about a new mole, it’s likely it will look different from the other spots on your body. When spotting changes to an existing mole, look for:
Learn more about the warning signs of skin cancer and the skin changes to keep an eye out for. Remember, if you notice anything on your skin that looks or feels unusual get a mole check at a trusted cancer skin clinic.
There are different types of melanoma, each with different features. To an untrained eye, it can be very hard to spot melanoma. Particularly as some types of melanoma can look much like any other freckle or spot.
This is why we recommend regular skin checks - even if you’re not at high risk of skin cancer. With a regular skin and mole check at a reputable skin cancer clinic you can track your moles and see when anything changes.