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Dr Grant Coe


MoleMan is a full service mole and skin cancer screening, diagnosis and treatment facility in Northcote Point. Their skin cancer doctors can map and identify skin cancers on the spot, as well as provide any necessary surgery, treatment and follow-up care. The team at MoleMan aims to provide exceptional patient care, at an affordable price, in a warm, welcoming and friendly environment. Chief MoleMan, Dr Grant Coe, has had extensive experience in skin cancer screening and surgery, both in New Zealand and Australia, and will be answering questions as well as sharing advice, tips and information each month in Channel Magazine.

How do I check my scalp for skin cancer?



Walk in to Fantastic Service at Molton Brown At Molton Brown we are passionate about service, and recognising that many people need to be able to pop in for a consultation or a quick touch up we are now offering walk-in appointments. We will endeavour to have a stylist available so you can visit us for a fantastic salon experience to fit in with your busy lifestyle. Also don’t forget to ask about our new express services, ‘Gloss and Go’, ‘Blonde Polish’, ‘Colour Enhance’ and ‘Goodbye Grey’. If you haven’t experienced the Molton Brown service before, please feel free to call in to 5 Milford Road and have a chat to one of our stylists. To make an appointment with Jessica, Nahid, Julianne or Samara, just call on 09 489 5074 or book online at Molton Brown, 2/5 Milford Road

Question: A family member was recently diagnosed with a melanoma on their scalp and I’d like to know how to examine this area in between annual checks with my doctor?

Dr Coe: Even though melanoma is not as common on the neck or scalp, these cancers still account for up to eight percent of all melanomas diagnosed. Men in New Zealand are twice as likely to get a melanoma on their head or neck as Kiwi women. The best way to undertake a self-skin cancer check of important areas, such as the scalp, is with the assistance of a friend or family member, who can help examine those hard to see areas - including your ears and neck too. Ask your family member or friend to use a hairdryer and a comb to make parts in your hair, a little at a time, starting at one ear and working your way to the other ear. Then check the back of your neck, top of your forehead, around your hairline, the back of and inside your ears. Make sure your doctor or skin specialist includes your scalp during regular checks and if you notice anything of concern during a self-check, make an appointment with a doctor to have it addresed as early as possible. Call the team at MoleMan today to enquire about full body skin cancer and melanoma checks with digital dermoscopy (mole mapping) technology on 0800 DR MOLE (376653) or 09 480 6416. You can also visit www.moleman. for pricing and frequently asked questions. Dr Coe is also an affiliated provider to Southern Cross for skin cancer surgery and selected services.



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Do you have a suspicious mole?

Your best defence against skin cancer is early detection MoleMan has the latest in digital screening technology and provides affordable skin cancer surgery and treatment. Dr Grant Coe MBChB, FRNZCGP, Dip Skin Cancer Med, Dip Skin Cancer Surg.

- The Skin Cancer Doctors 146 Queen Street, Northcote Point Call 09 480 6416 or visit Molton Brown Hair and Beauty 2/5 Milford Road, Milford Phone Jessica, Samara, Julianne or Nahid on 489 5074 Or book online at


Issue 76 - May 2017

Southern Cross Affiliated Provider for selected skin cancer services.

Channel Magazine May 2017  
Channel Magazine May 2017