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Comprehensive melanoma skin check service.

Hamilton mole check specialists.

Our friendly Hamilton team has been detecting and diagnosing melanoma and other skin cancers for over two decades.

Need a mole check?

We detect melanoma early.

Mole checks and skin cancer checks are all we do, and we do them thoroughly.

The MoleMap Hamilton skin clinic combines a proven skin-mapping system and skin cancer expertise to diagnose melanoma and other skin cancers.

Book a Full Body MoleMap today.

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Your first MoleMap appointment.

What to expect.

Watch our video so you know what to expect when you come to MoleMap – and feel free to call us if you have any questions.

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3 ways to enjoy peace of mind.

Take our risk quiz or give us a call to see which service is right for you.

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Full Body MoleMap

Our most comprehensive service: essential for first-time patients and anyone considered to be medium to high risk (take our risk quiz).

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Full Body Follow-Up

Recommended for Year 2 and beyond. We compare any changes in your skin against the baseline created during your Full Body MoleMap.

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MoleMap Skin Check

Ideal if you’re considered low risk (take our risk quiz) or if you have just a few moles that you're concerned about. NB: skin mapping not included.

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As we age a regular mole check can save our life

Any of us who are middle-aged or older probably have fond memories of idyllic summers spent out in the sun all day, with barely a thought for sunscreen or covering up. Unfortunately, back in those pre ‘sun smart’ days, the damage to your skin may already have been done – and you might be seeing the consequences now as you age. That is why a regular mole check is so crucial.

Recent New Zealand data shows that older people have a higher incidence of skin cancers such as melanoma than those in younger age brackets. In 2014, the melanoma mortality rate had increased substantially in the age groups 75–84 years and 85+ years – while the number of deaths from melanoma remained relatively stable in the other age groups.1

In other words, if you’re over 75, you’re seven times more likely to develop melanoma skin cancer than someone in the 25-44 year age group.2

Not only that, most non-melanoma skin cancer (such as basal cell and squamous cell carcinoma) typically appears after age 50. This is why being part of a mole check or skin cancer check program are even more important as we grow older.

References: 1,2. http://www.ehinz.ac.nz/assets/Factsheets/Released-2017/Melanoma-deaths.pdf.