In Australia, melanoma is the most common form of cancer due to the strength of the sun and ultraviolet radiation. The condition is often distinguishable early on by anomalous moles whose size and colour changes. Fortunately, Skiin can provide comprehensive mole mapping in Melbourne for people who are concerned about skin cancer.
Our clinic boasts cutting-edge mole checking technologies and procedures, allowing for changes in your skin to be monitored over time so the presence of melanoma or other types of skin cancer can be detected. The information that comes from mole mapping can help your doctor to diagnose skin cancer and prepare you for the various treatment options that are available.
Nearly everyone can benefit from the screening procedures that we have at our mole mapping clinic in Melbourne. This includes people who have numerous moles, have moles that look strange, or have moles whose size and colour changes. We also offer mole checking for people who have a family history of skin cancer, have fair skin and light coloured eyes, or have used tanning beds in the past.
There are several early warning signs that you may have melanoma and require a molescreen in Melbourne. This includes moles with ragged or irregular edges, asymmetrical shapes, uneven colours, and unexplained size changes.
If you’re concerned about a mole, contact Skiin as soon as possible for comprehensive mole mapping in Melbourne. Call us on (03) 8560 1698 or message us online to learn more or book an appointment at our mole mapping clinic.
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