COMPREHENSIVE MANAGEMENT OF SKIN CONDITIONS (DERMATOLOGIST)
Dermatologists specialise in treating skin, nail, and scalp changes, providing patients with a holistic approach. They examine, diagnose, and treat many skin diseases.
They further run preventive examinations of moles and also look after the aesthetic appearance of your skin, advise you on the choice of creams, and present to you procedures for rejuvenation and maintaining a radiant appearance.
PSYCHODERMATOLOGY, WHAT IS IT?
Skin diseases are often linked to the patient’s emotional and psychological state, as well as the “tiring” chronicity of the disease itself.
A good knowledge of the psychological (emotional) mechanisms, combined with a good knowledge of skin diseases, allows for better treatment – psychodermatology. Psoriasis, allergies (atopic dermatitis), vitiligo (loss of skin pigment), circular thinning of the hair (alopecia), pimples (acne), facial flushing (rosacea), seborrhoea, etc. are the most well-known psychosomatic skin diseases, which together account for about 40% of all skin disorders in the Western world. This discipline of dermatology calls for a close collaboration with a psychodermatologist, psychiatrist, or a psychologist.
DERMATOSURGERY, WHAT IS IT?
In practice, it means that dermatologists have an excellent knowledge of skin growths and, consequently, of all the options for removing the various skin growths.
It is very practical that the dermatosurgeon establishes a good collaboration with a progressively educated plastic surgeon in order to make the treatment as effective and comprehensive as possible. In addition to all this, it is important to have an experienced pathohistologist on the team, to occasionally confirm (or refute) the clinical diagnosis of the plastic surgeon or dermatologist after examining the suspicious samples.
- facial rejuvenation using a 4D Fotona laser
- chemical peel
- laser capillary removal
- laser epilation
- rejuvenation using patient’s own PRP plasma
- wrinkle smoothing with Botox
- wrinkle smoothing with hyaluronic acid