Comprehensive melanoma skin check service in Oamaru.
ADDRESS: 8 STEWARD STREET, OAMARU
Our Oamaru clinic experienced and caring team will ensure you receive the best possible treatment and care. We provide a relaxed, friendly team who use proven skin-mapping system to diagnose melanoma and other skin cancers early.
Skin-mapping + Melanographers + Dermatologists = accuracy you can trust.
Only MoleMap's proven system combines head-to-toe skin mapping by trained Melanographers with expert diagnosis of any suspicious moles by specialist Dermatologists.
That’s what makes us unique and what makes our skin cancer detection service so effective.
Watch our video so you know what to expect when you come to MoleMap Oamaru – and feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
New Zealand has one of the highest rates of melanoma in the world. Even incidental sun exposure can increase your melanoma risk, which is why it’s important to get a regular skin and mole checks.
A regular mole check can help prevent melanoma.
Your local skin cancer detection service
Conveniently located in Steward Street (Oamaru Hospital, outpatients, near swimming pool), we service all surrounding areas, including: South Hill, Holmes Hill, Waiareka Junction, Deborah, Weston, Ardgowan, Oamaru North, Alma., Awamoa, Totara, Kakanui, Hampden, Hillgrove, Moeraki, Waianakarua, Herbert, Maheno, Reidston, Incholme, Five Forks, Enfield, Elderslie, Windsor, Corriedale, Queens Flat, Georgetown, Awamoko, Black Point, Ikawai, Peebles, Airedale, Windsor Park, Rosebery, Whitestone, Pukeuri, Richmond, Hilderthorpe, Glenavy, Morven, Tawai, Cormacks, Kauru Hill and Glenpark.
If you’re outside these suburbs, see our other clinics.
Got a suspicious looking mole?
If you’re worried about a mole, and think it may have some of the early signs of melanoma, ask your doctor or dermatologist to check it as soon as possible – or book a Full Body MoleMap or SpotChat virtual consultation straight away.
What is my skin cancer risk?
A key cause of melanoma is overexposure to the sun, and especially sunburn, which is particularly damaging to the skin. UV damage over time all adds up to increased risk of skin cancer, but there are other risk factors too – check out the seven risk factors of skin cancer.
And remember, the simplest way to prevent melanoma is to prevent sunburn in the first place by following the sun safety guidelines – especially with Hamilton’s high sunshine hours!
How to check your skin and moles yourself?
If you have a lot of moles, you should check your skin yourself regularly for the early warning signs of melanoma. Note: If you have a mole that’s bleeding, itching or changing shape, it’s important to get it checked by your doctor or dermatologist straight away.
Not sure what type of mole check is right for you and your skin? Call us on 0800 665 362 or check out MoleMap’s range of skin cancer detection services here.
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