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Full Body MoleMap

Thorough skin assessment + full body photography + precision mole-mapping and monitoring.

GOLD STANDARD

Suitable for:

Anyone aged 16+ who has moderate to high risk, as lots of moles and/or sun damage, and wants the total reassurance of our ongoing mole-mapping and monitoring programme.

Mole Count

Ideal if more than 20 total skin mole count

Skin Cancer History

Ideal if have a personal or family history of melanoma or non-melanoma skin cancer

Sunburn History

Ideal if have a history of early years or frequent  or intermittent sunburns throughout life

Sun Damage

Any level of sun damage and freckle density

Age

Any age

Skin Type

Any skin type

Lifestyle

Ideal if lead an outdoor occupation or lifestyle, genetic susceptibility, immunosuppression medication, organ transplant recipient

Inclusions:

A full record of the skin is captured by high-definition total body photography for comparison at your next appointment or when self-checking skin.

Thorough skin and mole assessment by a Melanographer to identify, image and plot any moles or spots with potential signs of skin cancer or that indicate a higher risk of change using our highly accurate process and leading-edge technology.

Unlimited FREE spot checks between annual visits.

Advice on skin cancer risk and prevention.

Access to My MoleMap, your personal patient app.

No referral necessary.

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Time: 60-90 minutes

Price: $399 (initial appointment)

Your Journey

MoleMap process

1

Book

Based on your risk assessment, book your appointment with MoleMap Bairnsdale online or calling the clinic.

2

Visit

Attend your MoleMap appointment at Bairnsdale Health & Wellness Centre, 115b Nicolson Street, Bairnsdale.

3

Login

You'll receive a text and/or email when your report is ready to access via the online My MoleMap Portal, login to your account to review your results.

4

Monitor

For peace of mind, don’t for­get to come back every year so we can spot any changes in your skin. We will send a reminder!

Is your skin in check?

Unsure which skin cancer screening is right for you?

Sun exposure, number of moles, skin type and genetics all play a role in determining your cancer risks.

By taking this 2-minute assessment, you can find the right screening option for your skin needs.

FAQ's

Your skin cancer check questions answered.

How long does a skin check take?

→  Spot Check appointment times range from 5-15min

→  Skin Check appointment times range from 20-45min

→  Skin Check + appointment times are approx 45min

→ Full Body MoleMap appointment times range from 1-2hrs

Where can I find the clinic?

MoleMap Bairnsdale is located inside Bairnsdale Health & Wellness Centre, 115b Nicholson St, Bairnsdale. The clinic is easy to find opposite Aldi, and next to Gippsland Physio.

Is the clinic accessible with a disability?

Yes, the clinic is wheelchair friendly and has disabled toilets. Guide dogs are welcome.

Do I need a referral from my GP to book a skin check?

No, you don’t need a referral. You can book your skin check directly with us [link booking]

Do you offer a Medicare rebate?

There are currently no Medicare rebates available on our services however there are some key benefits to MoleMap. These include:

  • You will be seen by a melanographer whose specialised training is accredited by the Australasian College of Dermatologists
  • Your spots will be reviewed and diagnosed by an experienced dermatologist who is a member of the Australasian College of Dermatologists
  • Our Full Body MoleMap service provides ongoing surveillance of your spots to monitor changes over time – to catch melanoma early
How do I pay?

You can pay on the day with cash or a cred­it card. You may be asked to pay a deposit before your appoint­ment to secure your book­ing – this will go towards the total cost of your MoleMap service.

Who will I see at my appointment?

You’ll be seen by Lauren Brookes, a registered nurse and expert MoleMap melanog­ra­pher. Lauren is spe­cial­ly trained to detect and image any spots show­ing signs of skin can­cer. She has com­plet­ed spe­cialised train­ing accred­it­ed by the Aus­tralasian Col­lege of Der­ma­tol­o­gists. Check­ing skin for signs of melanoma and oth­er forms of skin can­cer is all she does and is an experts at it.

Will I see a dermatologist?

No, the der­ma­tol­o­gists we work with oper­ate via tele­d­er­ma­tol­ogy. After your appoint­ment your melanog­ra­ph­er will secure­ly for­ward all images to a der­ma­tol­o­gist for review and diag­no­sis. All der­ma­tol­o­gists we work with are experts at diag­nos­ing ear­ly stage melanoma.

Which parts of my body will be checked?

We check your skin from head to toe and we don’t want to miss any poten­tial skin can­cers, so you’ll need to get down to your under­wear. Relax, our Melanog­ra­phers are expe­ri­enced at help­ing you feel com­fort­able and will give you a gown to wear. It’s a small price to pay for peace of mind!

Note: While we gen­er­al­ly don’t check areas such as gen­i­tals, mouth and eyes, you should be aware that some types of melanoma can appear in some very unusu­al places, includ­ing areas that nev­er see the sun. We rec­om­mend ask­ing your rel­e­vant health pro­fes­sion­al such as your GP, der­ma­tol­o­gist, opthal­mol­o­gist or den­tist to check these areas at your next appoint­ment — or soon­er if you have any concerns.

How and when do I get my MoleMap report after my appointment?

Once your report is ready (usu­al­ly with­in ten work­ing days of your appoint­ment), we’ll send you an email advis­ing you to login to your per­son­al My MoleMap web app.

If you haven’t already reg­is­tered for My MoleMap, sim­ply sign up here using the email address you gave us at your appoint­ment, then choose a pass­word that suits you. (An email address can only be used for one registration.)

You can use My MoleMap to man­age all of your per­son­al MoleMap details, includ­ing view­ing your clin­i­cal reports, mak­ing or chang­ing book­ings and giv­ing per­mis­sion for who can access your images. You may have used our old My MoleMap link in the past to view reports – this is a sig­nif­i­cant upgrade to ensure you (any doc­tor you nom­i­nate) can eas­i­ly access your lat­est report, images and any rec­om­men­da­tions on your next steps.

For a step-by-step guide to under­stand­ing your MoleMap report, click here.

What will my report cover?

Your der­ma­tol­o­gist report will include com­ments and rec­om­men­da­tions for treat­ment by one of our expert der­ma­tol­o­gists. It will also include images of any sus­pi­cious moles or skin lesions and where they appeared on your body.

Do you provide treatment?

We are a detec­tion and diag­no­sis ser­vice so we don’t pro­vide treat­ment like remov­ing moles. You will need to return to your GP or refer­ring doc­tor (take our report with you) and they will advise you of next steps.

How often do I need to get my skin checked?

We rec­om­mend full body skin checks every year or as direct­ed by your GP, spe­cial­ist or der­ma­tol­o­gist recommendations.

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