Skin Cancer Body ScanSkin cancer screening is an important test, which should be taken periodically to increase the chances of early detection. While a med spa may offer traditional skin cancer screening methods, an advanced screening system is now available to provide better results. The Bodystudio ATBM computer 3D full body scan is a cutting edge system from FotoFinder. Bodystudio ATBM is the first automated skin cancer screening system of its kind. With total body photography, it offers the ideal way to track potential changes in lesions and moles for early detection of possible skin cancer. Rejuvenate Medical Spa, led by Dr. Bijan Farah, provides this state of the art body scan system to patients in Encino, Sherman Oaks, San Fernando, Calabasas, Woodland Hills, Tarzana, Los Angeles, CA, and surrounding communities in this part of The Golden State.
Innovation in Total Body PhotographyThe process of skin cancer screening at a med spa has traditionally been a time consuming and complex process. Now with the introduction of the innovative Bodystudio ATBM system from FotoFinder, total body photography has been taken to the next level. It is now faster and more accurate for each patient. The system takes about four minutes to take total body images, including four sides, palms and soles. The med spa screening expert will simply feed the patient’s height and position the patient in accordance with the FotoFinder’s advanced Guided Photography template. The rest of the job will be done by the camera, which is designed to move up and down automatically, while taking consistently illuminated photos with the ATBM BodyFlash lighting system.
AdvantagesThe Bodystudio ATBM from FotoFinder has the following advantages:
- It creates consistent photographs with each use for precise comparison
- The provider does not require any special photography expertise
- Changes can be monitored more easily with automatic comparison
- It helps to quickly identify new lesions and moles
- Precise dermascopy photos are obtained with the advanced Medicam 1000
- The computer-aided method is capable of drawing the attention of the physician to unusual lesions, which may have been previously missed