SkinVision can detect
of skin cancers
SkinVision is a regulated medical service that takes control over your skin health to a new level. It expands your ability to self-examine your skin and elevates your knowledge when to act, how and why. It is designed to provide accurate and timely skin cancer detection, along with the most reliable personalised skin health advice and health path recommendation. At the centre of the service is the SkinVision app, which is a regulated medical device that merges AI technology with the expertise of skin health professionals and dermatologists. SkinVision is a service of choice whether you want to address your most immediate concerns, learn what steps you should take next, understand your skin risk profile and introduce the most intelligent skin health regime to your seasonal rhythm.
SkinVision is a premium, paid-for medical service. The SkinVision app is empowered by a highly accurate AI algorithm and is supported by an advanced quality system involving the best dermatologists worldwide, which has only one goal: making sure you visit the right doctor at the first sign of risk for skin cancer. We are also continuously expanding our services portfolio, as well as investing in research and collecting clinical evidence, striving to provide you with the most reliable, accurate and personalised experience. You can find the details regarding SkinVision pricing and plans on the “Getting started” page linked on the top menu. The great news is that you might be eligible to use SkinVision for free or with a discount, with the access being covered by one of our Partners. Check the list of our local Partners on the “Partners” page linked on the top menu. You can also find and link them to your account directly in the SkinVision app.
With the SkinVision app, you can immediately detect signs of the most common types of skin cancer, but it is not a diagnosis. Early detection is critical in skin cancer treatment and is one of the greatest challenges of modern dermatology, posing significant risk to your health and life. The sooner you detect a potential risk and get in touch with your doctor, the higher the chance you will avoid the worst outcome. If you detect a sign of skin cancer using the SkinVision service, we advise you to visit a doctor, who can make a definite diagnosis if you need to be treated for skin cancer.
Most cancers have some pretty obvious signs, including lumps and bumps, tenderness, pain or sickness. But when it comes to skin cancer symptoms, they aren’t always as plain to see. Skin cancer is slow-growing and often free of glaring warning signs. This can make early detection tricky.
While for many of us moles are just brown spots on our body we may not pay much attention to, they come in various shapes, sizes, and forms that can tell us important things about our skin health. Understanding all types of skin moles helps us identify any suspicious spots for skin cancer and keep our skin healthy.
When it comes to knowing your skin, telling a normal mole or skin spot from a cancerous mole can be a tricky task. That’s why it’s important to equip yourself with the basic tools and knowledge for detecting skin cancer. One of the most common methods for detecting melanomas is the ABCDE method. Developed by physicians to help patients easily remember the symptoms of melanoma, it details the warning signs in moles that usually indicate cancer. It’s important to perform monthly skin checks since most melanomas will start as a new mole or skin growth.
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SkinVision was founded by world-class dermatologists and mathematicians and continues to work with dermatology experts, skin health professionals, and researchers from around the world.
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