Total body photography with Dermengine

The World’s Most Advanced Skin Analytics System

Bringing digital healthcare and mobile technologies together for regular skin screening and the early detection of skin cancer

Early detection of skin cancers enables us to diagnose and treat lesions within the early stages. This results in less invasive treatments and has a better health outcome for patients. With early detection 98% of melanomas can be successfully treated, if left to a more advanced stage this figure drops to 15%. This is why regular skin checks are important and the use of mole maps can improve accuracy in identifying changes. Thanks to specialised imaging equipment and advanced software, mole mapping and digital dermoscopy are successful ways to identify cancerous and pre-cancerous lesions at an early stage.

You will be assessed by one of our experienced nurses who will use an advanced high-tech mapping software called DermEngine to take high resolution photos of each mole. This will be used to create a customised body diagram and allows us to maintain an accurate record of all lesions and moles on your skin. This non-invasive technique uses cutting edge algorithms to detect and diagnose by comparing your moles images with extensive image databases of known skin cancers and precancerous lesions.  Using this, we can easily pick up changes in shape or other abnormalities.

The point of difference with our software is that you will then be assessed by one of our skin specialist doctors during your appointment. Using the information gathered from your mole mapping, they will create a personalised care plan (taking into account your personal and family medical history) and suggest the best possible course of treatments for you.

We recommend an annual mole map for everyone. However more frequent checks are recommended if you have a known history or family history melanoma and other skin cancers.


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Upper Hutt Skin Clinic Accredited Skin Cancer Doctors examine and diagnose suspicious lesions at time of imaging


Changes to the skin over time identified to detect skin cancer or other diseases at the earliest opportunity.