Dermatology

The skin is the largest organ in our body and requires careful attention. Examination of neoplasms, removal of papillomas and moles, analysis - you can do everything in our clinic.
CONSULTATION OF A DERMATOLOGIST
1000 uah
examination, consultation appointment, prescription of tests, treatment
DERMATOSCOPY
from 500 uah
examination of skin neoplasms using a dermatoscope and a detailed analysis of their characteristics with the issuance of an opinion
CONSULTATION OF A HIGHER CATEGORY DERMATOLOGIST
2200 uah
examination, consultation appointment, prescription of tests, treatment
REMOVING MOLES
from 1000 uah
local anesthesia, disinfection of the area, cutting with a CO2 laser or radio wave
REMOVING PAPILLOMAS
from 300 uah
local anesthesia, disinfection of the area, cutting with CO2 laser or radio wave
SPECIALISTS OF REGENT CLINIC
How are dermatoscopy and removal of neoplasms performed at Regent Clinic
EXAMINATION
Inspection of the neoplasm: visual inspection and then dermatoscopy - inspection at a hundredfold magnification. After examination, the doctor decides to remove or not.
ANESTHESIA
For the patient's comfort, the place of formation is anesthetized with a local anesthetic - Lidocaine - after 2 minutes, you can start the procedure.
REMOVAL
The neoplasm is cut from the skin with a laser or radio wave knife. There are no wounds or cuts on the spot and the vessels are instantly sealed.
After removal, in case of suspicion, the cut material is placed in a solution with formalin and sent for histological examination.
Is the removal procedure painful?
We use local anesthesia for your comfort with Lidocaine solution.
Is it harmful to remove moles?
Not harmful, but only after a preliminary examination by a doctor. The doctor, by sight, determines the type of formation itself, and, in case of suspicion, sends it for tests. Additional tests are rarely required.
Rehabilitation period
The laser removal procedure minimally traumatizes the skin, so the rehabilitation period passes quickly - within 2-3 days with shallow penetration. The laser does not leave injuries or scars. The vessels are sealed with a laser during the procedure. A small crust remains but it will tighten soon.
Will I have a scar?
The laser does not leave scars as it minimally traumatizes the skin surface. The patient must follow the doctor's recommendation with aim to avoid scarring of the skin.
Recommendations after removal
Avoid contact with direct sunlight, use antiseptic healing ointments and do not wet the first day.
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