Dr. Michael Stapelberg offers full skin examinations for early detection and treatment of skin cancer. Skin checks involve a comprehensive head-to-toe examination of a patient’s skin to identify any suspicious moles or lesions that may indicate skin cancer.
During the skin check, Dr. Stapelberg will use a variety of tools, including a dermatoscope and a FotoFinder Vexia, to examine the skin closely. These tools provide high-resolution images of suspicious moles, which can then be analysed in greater detail on a large screen.
The FotoFinder Vexia is a cutting-edge bedside device that is used in the early detection of skin cancer. It uses advanced imaging technology to capture high-quality images of the skin. These images can then be used to detect the early signs of skin cancer, such as moles that have changed in size, shape, or colour. Using the FotoFinder Vexia as a powerful tool in the fight against skin cancer will help detect skin cancer early, providing patients with more effective treatment options and increase their chances of a successful outcome.