Skin damage is not always visible to the naked eye, but using ultraviolet light we can see skin damage that may otherwise go undetected. Skin damage can be the result of dehydration or prolonged sun exposure. While this can be used to detect possible sun damage, this is not a diagnostic procedure and anyone with suspicious areas will be recommended to seek their physician’s advice. Averages about 3-4 minutes per screening. It's a great way to approach the summer months with education and guidance!
Please note: Although the Dermascan service is a worthwhile screening to assist in the identification/detection of sun damage and other visible anomalies of the skin, it is not a comprehensive medical examination. As a screening service, it’s important to know that the providers can not comment on specific medical questions as that would be considered a diagnostic opinion.