Find Your Nearest Screening Center
MoleSafe at Saint Barnabas Medical Center
Barnabas Health Ambulatory Care Center
200 South Orange Avenue
Livingston, NJ 07039
MoleSafe at Garden City
54 New Hyde Park Rd.
Garden City, NY 11530
MoleSafe at Nancy N. and J. C. Lewis
Cancer & Research Pavilion
At St. Joseph’s/Candler
Suite 301, 225 Candler Drive
Savannah, GA 31405
Charles Brown M.D.
Dermatologic Laser Center
719 East Blvd.
Charlotte, NC 28202
MoleSafe at the Plaza Hotel
768 5th. Avenue
New York, NY 10019
MoleSafe at The Valley Hospital
The Daniel & Gloria Blumenthal Cancer Center
One Valley Health Plaza
Paramus, NJ 07652
MoleSafe at Carol G. Simon Cancer Center
Morristown Medical Center
100 Madison Avenue, Suite 2000
Morristown, NJ 07960
MoleSafe at CentraState Healthcare System
901 West Main Street
Freehold, NJ 07728
MoleSafe at Lawrence
625 Rockaway Turnpike
Lawrence, NY 11559
About MoleSafe and its Skin Surveillance Program
Your skin is strongly connected to your health, and when it comes to potentially dangerous moles or lesions, the sooner they are recognized, the better. MoleSafe has created a comprehensive skin screening system focused on you and any potentially dangerous skin changes that may occur over time. MoleSafe’s process digs deeper than an average skin exam, because it is designed to expose deeper layers of the skin and recognize changes in lesions as they occur. This identification process is the key to identifying skin cancer at an early stage.
Skin Health and Skin Cancer Prevention Starts With Your First Visit
During your first visit, you’ll meet with a Melanographer (Registered Nurse), and using total body photography, a complete visual record of your skin will be made. This process pinpoints moles/lesions and establishes their exact location and appearance so that future changes can be easily recognized. The Skin Surveillance Program is repeated on a yearly basis, which allows for comprehensive monitoring of any moles or lesions found on the skin. Skin cancer is a disease that is widely overlooked, and MoleSafe’s mission is to make early detection a more common occurrence. According to the American Cancer Society, approximately 3.3 million people – over 6 each minute – annually are identified as having cancerous skin cells.
How MoleSafe’s Skin Screenings Work
The Skin Surveillance Program uses total body photography to create a complete visual record of 97% of your skin surface. This record logs each individual mole/lesion found on your skin, and is used as a benchmark to identify any changes each year you return. After the images are taken, your Melanographer will examine the surface of your skin using a dermatoscope, which will focus on the internal structure of any lesions you may have. Any lesions that are a concern to you, your doctor, or meet a specific criteria are imaged two more times, clinically (what you would see with your naked eye) and dermoscopically. A digital record of your skin surface and lesions will be made, and then forwarded to one of our experts who will review your images and identify any lesions of concern, and a diagnostic report will be created for you and your doctor. We are focused on educating our patients, so you will be fully informed on everything that goes on during your appointment.
Annual Skin Checks Save Lives
Returning to MoleSafe each year for an annual follow-up visit will help ensure that any changes in your lesions can be addressed as early as possible. Each follow-up visit will involve a full-body skin check, clinical and dermoscopic imaging, sequential imaging (to reexamine lesions that were imaged during previous appointments), and an expert dermatologist/dermoscopist review and comprehensive report of your appointment. If there are specific lesions that you are concerned about, we offer MoleSnap appointments as well, which allow you to choose up to 5 individual lesions to be examined and diagnosed as quickly as possible.
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MoleSafe has a number of locations, so that you can ensure that you are receiving dermatological care focused on identifying dangerous changes as early as possible. Our locations include: