Total Body Photography (TBP) is a highly recommended way to detect skin cancer early. It uses a camera to take full body scans of your skin’s surface, which helps us here at On Point Skin Cancer Clinic identify if any new or changing lesions indicate underlying skin conditions, such as melanoma. This non-invasive process is essential for high-risk patients, including those with many moles, a personal or family history of skin cancers, and fair skin.
At On Point Skin Cancer Clinic, our team of skin cancer doctors are highly qualified and experienced in what we do.
With years of experience in skin cancer medicine, diagnosis, management, treatment and surgical excision, you can trust that you’re in good hands with us.
Total Body Photography is recommended for patients at a higher risk of developing skin cancers. Several factors determine this and can include:
When you visit us for a TBP, our experienced team of skin cancer doctors will assess your individual risk factors and inform you accordingly.
At On Point Skin Cancer Clinic, our Total Body Photography appointments are a simple and non-invasive process. Our expert team will guide you and answer any questions you may have every step of the way.
During your TBP appointment, you’ll be asked to undress down to your underwear. Our specialist melanographer nurse will then use our Total Body Photography system to capture full body images of your whole skin surface, including any suspicious lesions or moles. Our sophisticated software and doctors will then analyze these images to identify any changes or new lesions indicative of a skin condition, such as melanoma.
Following your appointment, our team will thoroughly review your images to identify any suspicious lesions or changes in your skin’s surface. We will then suggest a full clinical skin cancer examination with one of our skin cancer doctors.
To ensure your skin is closely monitored, we will advise you about when your next appointment should be scheduled. Regular appointments are crucial in the early detection and treatment of skin cancer, so don’t hesitate to book your next appointment with us as soon as possible.
Early detection is vital for a positive prognosis, and TBP is a great method for identifying skin cancers in their earliest stages. By capturing full body images of your skin surface, including any new or changing lesions, TBP allows our doctors to monitor your skin over time and detect any cancerous changes that require your attention.
At On Point Skin Cancer Clinic, we believe every patient should have access to the best care for their skin health. That’s why we offer Total Body Photography (TBP) appointments at an affordable out-of-pocket cost of $150.
Book your TBP appointment today for the peace of mind that comes with knowing you’re doing everything possible to stay on top of your skin’s health.
Along with total body photography screenings, On Point Skin Cancer Clinic offers a number of other services. These include:
Interested in learning more about the services offered at On Point Skin Cancer Clinic? Get in touch with your closest clinic today. Our team is more than happy to provide further information and answer any questions you may have.
Here are some answers to our frequently asked questions on Skin Cancer Checks. Still have questions? Chat to our friendly team when you come in for your skin cancer check.
No, TBP is a non-invasive procedure that is painless and doesn’t require any anesthesia.
A TBP appointment typically takes about 20-30 minutes.
TBP may be covered by some insurance plans. Please check with your insurance provider to see if they cover this procedure.
We recommend getting a TBP scan yearly or as often as your doctor recommends, especially for high-risk patients.
On Point Skin Cancer Clinic is a modern, professional, affordable and easily accessible practice dedicated to the diagnosis, investigation and complete management of skin cancer.