WHAT IS TOTAL BODY PHOTOGRAPHY?
Digital Mole Mapping or Total Body Photography is a surveillance tool to assist with monitoring moles and skin lesions in order to help detect skin cancers, including melanoma. A baseline set of ultra-high-resolution photographs is taken of the skin to document existing moles throughout your body. These photographs can be used at follow-up examinations to help monitor for any new or changing moles. Follow-up photos taken on the FotoFinder® Master system can be compared to analyse any deviations in size, color, border, and shape.