We’re still here
We're doing everything we can to help our patients stay safe and well during these uncertain times.
If you’re concerned about a changing or suspicious mole or spot, please get in touch and we’ll make a plan to help you.
We're working on ways to help you stay on top of your skin health.
We're working on options for online consultations. Until then, we still may be able to assist you without the risk of infection - just call our helpline on 0800 665 362 to discuss any of these options:
Thank you for your patience ... stay well and stay safe.
Melanoma is fast-growing and the most life-threatening of all skin cancers.1 It's also hard to detect with an untrained eye.
Our proven skin-mapping system, developed exclusively by MoleMap, is designed to look deep inside a mole’s structure to detect any potential skin cancers that can’t be seen with visual checks.
Why? Because the earlier it’s found, the better the chances of beating it.2
A Full Body MoleMap means full body reassurance. We thoroughly check every spot from head to toe, plus our comprehensive skin-mapping system monitors even the smallest changes to your skin and moles over time.
Don’t settle for a spot check: book a Full Body MoleMap today.
New Zealand has one of the highest rates of melanoma in the world.1 Around 7 Kiwis are diagnosed with it every day – and around 300 of us die of it every year.(3,4)
However, if it’s detected early, it’s almost always treatable. So don’t leave it to chance: book with MoleMap NZ today.
Not sure what to expect at your appointment?
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We offer a range of services, from a basic skin check to a comprehensive Full Body MoleMap. Take our risk check or give us a call to see which service is right for you.
Recommended for Year 2 and beyond. We compare any changes in your skin against the baseline created during your Full Body MoleMap.
Note: This quick questionnaire is designed to give you an idea of your personal skin cancer risk factors.
It isn’t intended to be a substitute for medical advice or diagnosis – please contact us if you have any questions about your skin cancer risk.
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