Mole checks & mole mapping

Mole mapping provides early cancer detection

A full body skin check to examine all your moles will provide early detection of any problems. Moles can become harmful and people with 50+ moles are more at risk. Remove mole worries with regular mole mapping checks.

When moles begin to evolve, often due to sun exposure, they can become cancerous. Some of your existing moles may even already be displaying warning signs. Don’t leave it to chance. Get your moles mapped, and let us do the worrying for you.


  • Detailed history of your skin concern
  • Total skin examination
  • Holistic assessment of your health
  • Diagnosis
  • Discussion of treatment options
  • Personalised treatment plan
  • Treatment
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Atypical naevus syndrome (ANS) is characterised by having many and variously sized moles. People in their twenties are most commonly affected by it.

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Moles that have changed in some way, grown larger than 6mm in diameter, have multiple colours or ragged edges, or are asymmetrical, should be viewed with caution.

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Mole warning signs are evolving colours, irregular shapes, and large sizes. Also, if they itch or bleed.

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People with more than 50 or more ANS moles benefit from total skin examination on an annual basis.

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Moles are removed by excision. It’s a minor surgical procedure.

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You won’t be in pain as we will administer local anaesthetic before the procedure takes place.

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Any scarring will be minimal.

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You can help prevent moles from becoming dangerous by avoiding sun damage. Wearing a high factor sunscreen can help.

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