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Skin cancer screening is the process of checking for skin cancer before you are aware of any symptoms.
Our aim is to detect melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancers at the earliest possible stage, resulting in more effective treatment with fewer side effects.
A skin cancer check-up at Molescreen involves skin cancer risk factor analysis and a full body skin check by a doctor, digital photography of abnormal or suspicious moles and skin lesions using the latest imaging technology system, and follow-up photographs to check for changes in these spots. We can treat skin cancers and suspicious spots by surgical excision, topical creams, freezing (cryotherapy) and burning (diathermy).
Molescreen doctors are GPs who have training and qualifications in dermoscopy, skin cancer medicine and surgery. You do not need a specialist referral to visit Molescreen.