New patient medical history form and advice for getting the most out of your skin cancer or mole check.
We recommend that you defer your routine/low risk skin cancer check-up until Stage 3 Covid-19 restrictions have lifted. An accredited skin cancer doctor examines your entire body for evidence of skin cancer. Your skin check includes high-magnification photography of any abnormal spots and limited mapping photographs of areas with many moles. After your examination, you have online access to all photos, pathology results and advice from your doctor.
Temporarily unavailable during Covid-19 stage 3 restrictions. Mole mapping is a series of multiple (approximately 30) photographs documenting the location and appearance of moles and other spots over most of your body surface. At future visits, the process is repeated, allowing us to precisely track changes. Our industry-leading system provides access to your images, allowing you to monitor any changes.
If you are concerned about a single spot or mole - new, changing, or odd-looking - you can have it checked quickly and easily at Spot Check Clinic. We take your concerns seriously and if possible, we will check your mole on the same day. Online mole checks are also available.
Full body skin check, mole mapping, single mole check. Learn about what happens when you have your skin checked and what service is best for you.
How to protect yourself against the risk of serious skin cancers: reducing UV exposure, recognising suspicious spots, treatments that reduce your risk.
Spot Check Skin Cancer Clinic provides online access to photos of moles, artificial intelligence analysis of spots, digital detection of new and changing spots, online consulting service
Information and web links about melanoma, basal cell carcinoma, solar keratoses and more