Examination of skin lesions with a dermatoscope & digital mapping of moles for follow up.
Use of various surgical procedures and minimally invasive techniques to treat or remove skin lesions.
Removing superficial skin lesions by using liquid nitrogen
Intralesional injection is the direct injection of a therapeutic substance into a lesion or into the skin
Injection of chemical solution (Ethoxysclerol) directly into spider veins to destroy them
Use of own blood plasma (Platelet Rich Plasma) for treatment of hair loss, scar reduction or skin boosting (post laser, skin texture & tone improvement)
Lasers that selectively targets blood vessels in the skin, for treatment of rosacea, spider angioma, cherry angioma, PWS, leg veins, etc.
Lasers for treatment of pigment lesions (age spots, melasma and other benign lesions
Use of ablative CO2 laser or MRF-device for removal of benign skin lesions, scar treatment,…
Use of chemical solutions (TCA and other) to destroy and peel of a number of skin layers and for chemical reconstruction of scars.