Regular mole checks are crucial for your skin health.
Take control of your well-being with monthly at-home checks, and ensure peace of mind through annual professional assessments by our expert dermatologist doctors.
With the steady rise in skin cancers, mole checks are becoming increasingly popular…
It’s very common to have moles that we are uncertain about. When you notice that a mole may be changing in size, shape or colour, it’s advisable to get the opinion of a specialist.
Our expert doctors will take a detailed consultation & discuss your personal risk for skin cancers. During the mole check consultation they will examine ALL your visible moles to identify any which are visually abnormal and any that need ongoing surveillance or removal.
If you have other skin issues you can also find information about our dermatology consultations here.
Moles can be a common and harmless part of the skin, but they can also be a potential indicator of skin cancer, including the most dangerous form, melanoma.
That’s why it’s crucial to conduct regular mole checks to detect any signs of potential skin cancer early. You can use the ‘ABCDE guideline’ for this – click here for your step-by-step guide to checking your moles at home.
Professional mole checks by our dermatologists, using advanced technology and techniques, are equally as important as regular at-home checks. They detect issues missed in self-checks.
Early detection can make a significant difference in melanoma and skin cancer outcomes.
Testimonial: A Life-Changing Experience
“Following a check in August when Dr Dean noticed a suspicious mole on my back, it was diagnosed as a malignant melanoma and has since been removed.
Everyone has been telling me how lucky I’ve been for it to have been caught so early (stage 1A), so thank you James.
I realise now how incredibly lucky I’ve been and have shown the pictures to friends to emphasise the A to E check is not enough really, it needs an expert eye. Many thanks again.”
– Freyja Medical Customer
What to Expect during a Mole Check at Freyja Medical
Our dermatologists have extensive experience in performing thorough mole checks, using the latest technology and techniques to detect any abnormalities or changes in the skin. We also take the time to answer any questions you may have and provide you with a tailored plan to help keep your skin healthy.
During your mole check consultation, our dermatologists will examine your skin from head to toe, looking for any moles that may be suspicious or atypical. We will also take a medical history and discuss any previous sun exposure, as well as any other factors that may increase your risk of skin cancer.
If any moles are found to be suspicious, we may recommend a biopsy or full removal to determine whether skin cancer is present. If skin cancer is detected, we will work with you to develop a personalised treatment plan that addresses your individual needs.
At our skin clinic, we take a comprehensive approach to skin health, offering a range of treatments and services to help you maintain healthy skin.
If you’re concerned about the appearance of your moles or are overdue for a mole check, we encourage you to schedule a consultation with our dermatologists.
Mole Check in North Wales – Visit our Wrexham Branch
Mole Check in Cheshire – Visit our Nantwich Branch
Why is it important to have regular mole checks?
Regular mole checks are important because they can detect any signs of potential skin cancer early, allowing for prompt treatment and a better chance of a successful outcome.
Who should have mole checks?
Everyone should have regular mole checks, especially individuals with fair skin, a family history of skin cancer, or a history of sun exposure.
How often should I have a mole check?
The frequency of mole checks can vary depending on the individual’s skin type, sun exposure, and other factors. In general, we recommend having a mole check at least once a year.
What can I expect during a mole check consultation?
During a mole check consultation, our dermatologists will examine your skin from head to toe, looking for any moles that may be suspicious or atypical. We will also take a medical history and discuss any previous sun exposure, as well as any other factors that may increase your risk of skin cancer.
What if I need my mole removed?
Our dermatologist doctors are experts at mole removal and skin surgery. They will discuss with you all the options for mole removal and advise you on the best route for you.
Mole removal North Wales – This is carried out at our Wrexham branch by either Dr Thorsteinsson or Dr Dean.
Mole removal Cheshire – This is carried out at our Nantwich branch by Dr Dean.
Are removed moles sent for histology analysis?
Your doctor will discuss with you the need for histology checks on removed moles. There is an additional charge payable for histology if it is needed to cover the costs of the analysis.
Who should I contact if I have concerns about a mole or other skin condition?
If you have concerns about a mole or other skin condition, you should schedule a consultation with a dermatologist as soon as possible. Our team of experts is always available to provide you with tailored advice and recommendations based on your individual needs and goals.
Is the clinic regulated?
Our clinics are fully regulated and insured to the same standards (and beyond!) as NHS hospitals. In England, this falls under the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and in Wales it is Healthcare Inspectorate Wales (HIW).
So, whether you are looking for a mole check in Cheshire or a mole check in North Wales – we’ve got you covered!
Download your guide to skin checks here
Download your guide to skin checks here
Mole Checks for just £179
Act now for peace of mind – book your thorough mole check and prioritise your skin health today.
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