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Full Body Mole Mapping

PHDermatology now offers fast and easy in-office full-body imaging! 

What is Mole Mapping?

Total body photography, or mole mapping, is an effective means of monitoring pigmented lesions over time. Tracking changes in skin over time to identify whether something is new or how it has changed—as opposed to one-off lesion-specific imaging—is one of the best ways to detect skin cancer early.

  • A full-body scan can be captured in 3-5 minutes
  • All photos are encrypted and stored in a secure, cloud-based HIPAA-compliant infrastructure
  • Reference marks provide accurate sizing information for detected lesions

What can I expect during my session?

During your first session a baseline set of 13 photos will be taken using SkinIO’s state-of-the-art image processing and mole-mapping algorithm. The photos become immediately available for your dermatologist to reference during any subsequent in-person exams.

How can I detect any changes?

The photos can help educate patients about what to look for, and patients also have access to them at any time so that they can refer to them during their own skin self-exams.

During follow-up SkinIO photo sessions, skin changes are accurately tracked by directly comparing the initial baseline photos to new photos through the use of SkinIO’s comparative image processing algorithm. The artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled solution automates mole-mapping and matching in order to flag new or changed spots, providing a visual reference for the dermatologist to better target areas of interest during in-person exams.

Palm Harbor Dermatology

Notice to all patients:

All PHDermatology offices, with the exception of our Carrollwood and Riverview offices, are open to serve our communities with all services.

We are taking every precaution to ensure our patient and staff safety during this time.

We also offer Televisits. Please call the office to schedule.

For additional information and all you need to know about COVID-19, please visit the CDC or the Florida Department of Health.