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Molescope Skin Cancer Clinic

Molescope Skin Cancer Clinic

Molescope Skin Cancer Clinic has highly skilled and experienced Skin Cancer Doctors that use high resolution Digital Photography & Dermoscopy to detect skin cancers.
The Doctors are all very experienced and passionate about the prevention & early detection of skin cancers

Meet our Doctors or Book your Skin Check now

Our Difference


We use professional D-SLR and mirrorless cameras and studio flashes to take “conference quality” high definition images showing detail not possible in images from computer cameras or mobile phone devices.

Minimal Surgery

With our dermoscopy skills and experience we can detect very early skin cancers - largely avoiding the removal of harmless ('benign') skin lesions.

Second Opinion Service

We are very happy to review lesions that others have recommended for removal. This is important when 3 or more moles have been claimed to be dangerous or a mole located on the chest or face, or the patient is a child or teenager.

No Referral Required

A GP referral is NOT required to see a Skin Cancer Doctor at Molescope. Please call our friendly caring staff on 9725 3003 or make an appointment online. If the appointment is urgent please ring and speak to our staff and we will endeavour to fit you in as soon as possible.


Molescope skin Cancer clinic has been operating for over 10 years with thousands of satisfied patients regularly attending our clinic in Mooroolbark. All our doctors have had many years’ experience in skin cancer diagnosis and devote individual personal care to all of their patients.

Our Doctors

Dr. Geoff Bartlett

Dr. Novreen Rasool

Molescope Doctor, Associate Fellow of Skin Cancer Medicine (ACCO)

Certificate Skin Cancer Medicine (ACCO)
Diploma Cutaneous Oncology (ACCO)
Diploma Dermatology (Dr Ian McColl)
Diploma Dermoscopy (ACCO)
Advanced Diploma of Cutaneous Oncology (ACCO)

Dr. Maged Boules

Dr. Felicity Cotton

Molescope Doctor, SCCA Tutor
SCCA Accredited

DCH, University of Sydney
MB, BS (Hons) Monash University
Certificate of Dermoscopy, SCCA
Certificate of Skin Cancer Medicine (SCCA)
Advanced Clinical Certificate in Skin Cancer Medicine & Surgery (SCCA)
Advanced Clinical Certificate of Dermoscopy (SCCA)

Dr. Poobalan Naidoo

Dr. Poobalan Naidoo

Molescope Doctor, Fellow of the Skin Cancer College of Australasia
SCCA Accredited

MB.BS., Master of Medicine (Uni.Qld), FRACGP
Diploma of Dermoscopy (SCCA)
Diploma of Skin Cancer Medicine & Surgery (SCCA)
Fellow of the Skin Cancer College of Australasia

Dr. Geoff Bartlett

Dr. Sylvana Atalla

Molescope Doctor

Advanced Certificate Dermoscopy (SCCA)

Can You Spot The Melanoma?

262 Manchester Road, Mooroolbark, Victoria

Making an Appointment

You do not need a GP referral. Your first visit will usually take 20-30 minutes for a thorough head-to-toes dermoscopic examination and photography with your chosen skin cancer doctor. We offer a discount for Aged Pensioners and children under 16 years of age. Please bring your Medicare card to your appointment.

Types of Appointments

Initial consultation, FULL SKIN CHECK - appointment suitable for those with multiple spots of concern or those simply wanting a full body check for skin cancer. Cost is $250 including dermoscopy and photography if required. Allow 30 minutes for the appointment. (Medicare Rebate of $82.90 paid back into your registered bank account, usually within 24 hours)
Please note Dr Felicity Cotton is not currently seeing New Patients.

Initial consultation, SPOT CHECK - appointment suitable for those with a single spot of concern. Cost is $150 including dermoscopy and photography if required. Allow up to 15 minutes for the appointment.
(Medicare rebate $42.85 paid back into your registered bank account, usually within 24 hours)
Spot Checks with Dr Felicity Cotton can only be booked by ringing 9725-3003.

Make an Appointment Online

or give us a call on 03 9725 3003

The Molescope Story

Dr. Geoff Bartlett
Dr. Geoff Bartlett founded Molescope (Australia). A graduate of the University of Melbourne in the faculties of Engineering and Medicine, throughout his 40+ years of work in Medicine, had a strong interest in diagnosing early skin cancer - at a curable stage.

When he began his medical career over 40 years ago, there was no reliable way to detect early melanomas. Surgical removal for microscopic examination was the only way to diagnose a melanoma and many people had dozens of scars from attempts to find an illusive melanoma.

TODAY - Two big developments have changed all that – digital photography and dermoscopy.

We all know how digital photography has made recording of images so much easier, but not many know about dermoscopy.

Dermoscopy uses a special optical device or camera to see deep inside the skin – revealing important structures inside skin lesions. Over many years medical researchers have studied these structures creating the new science of dermoscopy - a powerful way of telling apart harmless moles from cancerous ones – avoiding unnecessary surgery.

Dermascope Camera
Dermoscopy it is still a complex science requiring years of study and experience to master.

Geoff completed 2 years of training with the Skin Cancer College of Australasia (SCCA) and commenced his first Molescope Clinic in 2010 combining dermoscopy with a lifelong love of photography. Molescope now has 4 highly-experienced doctors at Molescope offering expertise in early skin cancer diagnosis using high resolution D-SLR cameras (as preferred in SCCA training courses).

The doctors offer long consultations for a full body review – including any necessary photography - and brief consultations for a quick access ‘one-spot check’ or a ‘second opinion’.

A second opinion may be helpful if you have been advised elsewhere that your child or teenager requires surgery (rarely necessary) or if you have been advised that many skin lesions all need surgical removal (also rarely necessary!).

Thank you for considering Molescope for your peace-of-mind skin examination.

A GP referral is NOT required to see one of our doctors and all our services attract a Medicare rebate.

Dr. Geoff Bartlett

Please note Dr Geoff Bartlett has now retired, but Molescope continues to offer high level Skin Cancer Medicine

Molescope is a business name registered in Australia and is not in any way associated with a Canadian ‘Molescope’ do-it-yourself device - claimed to help people self-monitor their own moles.

In our opinion, early skin cancer diagnosis is a serious and complex skill requiring years of training and experience using only the best professional diagnostic equipment available.

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262 Manchester Road, Mooroolbark, Victoria 3138
03 9725 3003
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call us on 9725 3003 between 9-5, Monday to Friday.