See a Doctor qualified in Dermoscopy for a more accurate diagnosis 

Treatment and Surgical Excisions to an advanced level are also offered at MoleMedic

MoleMedic is an Affiliated Provider to Southern Cross Health Society

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These lesions are images from MoleMedic files - Melanoma diagnosed early enough can be successfully treated

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At MoleMedic your skin cancer check is with a Doctor who is fully qualified Doctor in Dermoscopy,  and who is also accredited by the Skin Cancer College Australasia

You will see Dr Brian Wills, MB ChB, FRNZCGP, Aust Dip Dermoscopy. In addition to the post graduate Australian Diploma of Dermoscopy, Dr Wills has extensive experience in the diagnosis and treatment of skin cancers and melanoma. He also has expertise in skin surgery, including skin grafts and repairs using flaps. Dr Wills is a Member of the Skin Cancer College of Australasia

You are checked for all skin cancers such as basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma, not just melanoma. Any lesion that is in any way questionable will be checked using a dermatoscope. 

Significant lesions or moles may be digitally recorded, imaged and mapped for future comparison. You will leave your appointment knowing the  whether there is any further treatment needed, and when you should next be recalled for review. 

During your appointment Dr Wills will discuss with you whether any further treatment or monitoring is required. Not all skin cancers need to be treated surgically.  You can make an informed choice about follow up or treatment without delay. Following your scan, a report will be made available to your own GP.

Dr Wills has extensive experience and expertise in the removal of moles and other skin cancers. He will organise any excision that is required within a short time, or he can refer you back to your own GP if you prefer. 
At the end of your appointment, Dr Wills will discuss with you when you should have a review. 

You are checked for all skin cancers such as basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma, not just melanoma. Any lesion that is in any way questionable will be checked using a dermatoscope. Dermoscopy gives more certainty in making an accurate diagnosis of malignant melanoma and in advising whether an excision of the mole is necessary. Your significant and suspicious lesion/s or mole/s may then be digitally imaged and recorded for future clinical comparison.

A digital record of your suspicious mole/s and lesions is kept by MoleMedic for future clinical comparison when it is deemed necessary. 

Digital imaging and recording of lesions may be at an additional cost.  Please see these charges under Appointment Costs

At your consultation, Dr Wills will discuss with you when you should be seen again.

If you have health insurance with Southern Cross Health Society, your skin examination and any subsequent removal of a mole is covered as per a Specialist visit. The level of funding will be determined by your own policy. Some Southern Cross members elect an 80 % cover, or opt for an excess.

Southern Cross members are charged within the pricing band for Southern Cross Health Society - no more. 

Please provide your Southern Cross membership number and date of birth prior to your appointment. We are required to obtain prior approval for you before you arrive for your appointment. 

Please note that Southern Cross Health Society covers only skin cancer examinations. Digital imaging & recording is not paid for by Southern Cross Health Society and is charged separately by MoleMedic

Please review the information about digital recording of images in Appointment Options and Pricing in the drop down box on the "Our Services" page.