Diagnostics and treatment of benign (warts, papillomas, skin molluscs, seborrheic keratosis, xanthelasmas and others), precancerous and malignant lesions and moles by traditional methods, surgery, and lasers.
Benign skin tumors
- Seborrheic keratosis
- And others
Viral skin tumors
- Infectious molluscs
Precancerous skin conditions and diseases
- Actinic (solar) keratosis
Epithelial non-pygmented skin tumor
- Squamouse cell carcinoma
- Basal cell carcinoma
- Classic dermatoscopy
- Modern digital dermatoscopy (FotoFinder Systems GmbH, Vokietija)
- Histological examination of skin tissue
- Laser methods
Digital FotoFinder dermatoscopy is the most advanced, Gold Standard method used to diagnose pigment lesions, early skin cancer and its most sever form – melanoma. This is a non-invasive method of examining, which enables the pictures to be accurately determined and consistently diagnosed, the database to be created and, first and foremost, to regularly follow up the way the pigment mole changes with the passing of time.
Removal of skin defects, derivatives and benign tumors by means of destructive laser
Removal of benign skin lesions and tumours by means of destructive laser enables surgical cutting to be avoided, reduces the risk of cicatrisation, and creates conditions for achieving a better aesthetical result. Laser Erb-Yag used at the Clinic is noted for the strongest features of absorbing tissue water therefore lesions are removed exactly, safely doing the least damage to the skin thermally. The possibility to perform the so-called cold ablation of the lesion distinguishes Erbium-Yag laser from the procedures carried out by other destructive lasers or electrokauter.
Skin biopsy is a morphological skin examination. This examination is carried out when diagnosis of the skin disease is tentative and it is necessary to make it more definite, for diagnosing skin precancerous/malignant lesions and moles. At the same time making a clinical assessment of the skin disease, this is an extremely reliable.