MoleMap’s skin mapping and mole monitoring ensure suspicious lesions are picked up quickly and with high accuracy. Our dermoscopic images are sent for dermatologist diagnosis. This means less wait, timely treatment, and better outcomes for your patient.
Skin cancer accounts for the largest number of cancer diagnoses in Australia each year. With only 600 skin specialists nationwide, getting a dermatologist diagnosis for your patient can take months.
For more than 25 years, MoleMap’s proven skin mapping and mole monitoring program has been detecting skin cancers earlier and with greater accuracy than visual checks. This is what sets our skin cancer clinics apart. Our unrivalled experience and world-first early detection system gives you and your patient the reassurance that either they don’t have skin cancer or that it has been found early enough to be treated.
When you refer a patient to MoleMap you have the added reassurance that we don’t just check. We double check. First, one of our skilled melanographers perform a detailed skin check using dermascopic imaging. Next, images of any ‘at risk’ moles are sent for dermatologist assessment and diagnosis. That’s two sets of expert eyes and complete peace of mind for your patient.
Our SkinCheck service is intended for people who are at low risk of skin cancer but have noticed a new mole or changing mole and want a quick and accurate diagnosis. It includes:
Unlike our Full Body MoleMap service, it does not include proactive monitoring of ‘at risk’ moles or unlimited free spot checks for 12 months.
Reports are usually sent out within a week of the patient’s appointment. Your patient will receive an email advising them to login to their personal My MoleMap online portal. Here, they can view the clinical report, including the dermatologist’s comments and recommendations, see their images and give permission for other people (like their GP) to access their images. As their referring GP, you will also be emailed a copy of the report.
MoleMap has a network of extensively trained doctors and dermatologists to provide topical and more advanced surgical treatment. The friendly and compassionate staff at our skin cancer clinics will offer guidance on the best treatment for your patient.