Treatment of hyperhidrosis

Disorders associated with excessive sweating is called hyperhidrosis. Hyperhidrosis is extreme, excessive sweating, which is independent of climate, season or exercise. This problem is taken up 2-3% of the population and 50% manifested hands and feet, in armpits 40% and 10% of the face, especially the forehead. Physiological commonly occurs in the case of adipozitet (excessive body weight), menopause in women, acclimatization and excessive activity of the sympathetic nervous system.

Treating and treatment of acne and acne scars

Acne is not a problem affecting only teenagers. Nearly 80% of people are faced with acne at some point in their lives. Although many have a lucky easily to cope and to recover the beauty of the skin, millions of people around the world are still trying to find the appropriate product which will help to overcome this situation.

Allergy tests

The increase of allergic diseases among patients presents hypersensitivity due to changing immunity. Stress, unbalanced lifestyle, including unbalanced diet, increased intake of fast food, irregular physical activity are factors that contribute to reduced immunity and the occurrence of allergic reactions.

Microscopic diagnosis of skin diseases

Specifically formulated skin parts that show microscopic histological characteristics of certain skin diseases, is a superior method in dermatological diagnostics.

Cryotherapy – therapy with liquid nitrogen

Therapy or cryotherapy with liquid nitrogen is quick and safe treatment in treating skin changes. Liquid nitrogen is applied for removal of a number of benign and malignant skin lesions such as viral warts, genital warts, some forms of skin cancer, keloids, hypertrophic scars, small hemangiomas, solar keratoses, age spots, etc. The therapy takes place in outpatient conditions and is performed by a dermatologist. The changes are everlasting and there are no scars.

Radio wave therapy

Radio wave therapy for painless removal of warts, viral warts, cysts and other skin growths. This technique is fast, effective and safe method for the removal of many skin changes, taking precedence over other methods due to its minimum tissue destruction, no bleeding, fast regeneration, as well as no risk of infection because RF destroys bacteria.

Computerized dermatoscopy of moles and other skin changes

Dermatological special microscope is used for examination of pigmented skin lesions in order to vary the melanocyte and no-melanocyte pigmented lesions and decide whether pigmented lesions are malignant. Digital dermatoscopy diagnostic method is noninvasive technique for the diagnosis of cutaneous lesions in which the in-depth assessment of structures that are not visible with eyes viewing. Computerized dermatoscopy allows determining the degree of risk for malignancy of the skin changes.