THE NUMBER 1 CHOICE FOR OVER 250,000 PATIENTS

We offer the most thorough and trusted skin cancer detection program in the world. With over 40 clinics in New Zealand and no referral necessary, it’s easy to book a MoleMap.

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WORLD-RENOWNED BY RESEARCHERS & PRACTITIONERS

MoleMap technology is used for studies to help further advance the identification of melanoma at a number of world leading cancer centres, such as IBM Research, as well as for educational programs. Experts around the world utilise the accuracy of our data to save lives.

THOROUGH AND EFFICIENT CHECKS

Choosing a type of MoleMap check is simple. We offer a range of checks to provide you with peace of mind with all appointments generally taking under one hour.

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  • MoleMap is the gold standard service suitable for anyone. It is a must have for those with a high number of moles, a personal or family history of skin cancer, outdoors lifestyle or has been referred by their doctor.

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    Full Body MoleMap

    $379

    MoleMap is the gold standard service suitable for anyone. It is a must have for those with a high number of moles, a personal or family history of skin cancer, outdoors lifestyle or has been referred by their doctor.

    • Expert Dermatologist Diagnosis
    • Skin Cancer Education
    • Head-to-Toe Skin Check
    • Free Spot Checks
    • Total Body Photography
    • Monitoring Changes in Your Moles and Skin Over Time
  • The Skin Check service is a great starting point for anyone wanting peace of mind today.

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    MoleMap Skin Check

    $219

    The Skin Check service is a great starting point for anyone wanting peace of mind today.

    • Expert Dermatologist Diagnosis
    • Skin Cancer Education
    • Head-to-Toe Skin Check

OUR STORY

The unique idea of MoleMap came about as a team of dermatologists recognised that melanomas were being missed in routine skin checks, as doctors did not always have the technology or skills to recognise melanomas, particularly at the early stage.