Skin screenings

Because the last years have seen an increase in the incidence of skin cancer (both basal and squamous cell carcinomas as well as malignant melanomas), all state insurances cover a skin screening every 2 years starting at the age of 35. Some insurances even cover the screening starting at the age of 18 (TKK, Barmer, HEK, IKK BB, BKK Landesverband Mitte, BIG Gesundheit, Knappschaft, BKK mobil, Bahn direct, Vivactiv, Novatis). Private insurances cover the cost of annual skin cancer screenings at any age.

During the “Skin Check-up”, the entire skin surface is examined. Conspicuous skin changes are examined more closely using a microscope. If there are signs of a malignancy or a so-called atypical symptom, stemming from irregularities in the structure and cell development, surgical removal is essential.

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