General dermatological examination and diagnosis of facial and body skin
Dermatology is a branch of medicine dealing with the diagnosis and treatment of the largest and most visible human organ – the skin.
During the course of our lives, various changes occur on the skin, such as:
– warts and other benign growths on the skin
– fungal infections
– connective tissue disease
– pigmentation disorder
– various skin tumors
– other skin changes.
Dermatological examinations include a clinical examination of the skin and visible mucous membranes, as well as appropriate diagnostics.
The dermatology department also deals with the examination of the hair, specifically the scalp. After the diagnosis is made, we decide on the appropriate treatment in accordance with the guidelines given by modern dermatology. Each patient is given their own unique protocol according to their skin type or according to the problem diagnosed. The dermatology department at the MakeOver Polyclinic works closely with the medical cosmetology department. Opći dermatološki pregled i dijagnostiku postavlja dr. med. Goran Pavičić with many years of experience in dermatology and venereology.
Removal of warts and other benign skin changes by cryotherapy
The treatment for the removal of warts and other benign changes on facial and body skin is completely painless, and it leads to the removal of said changes without creating scars. If you have noticed warts or some other skin changes on your skin, discover all the benefits of cryotherapy and freeze all your skin problems!
The term cryotherapy means “treatment at low temperatures”. Cryotherapy is a non-invasive and very effective method of removing benign skin changes, namely by means of liquid nitrogen cooling. Cryotherapy boosts the cellular metabolism and speeds up cell reproduction and its lifespan. All this results in the reduction of inflammatory processes, reduction of pain and spasms and the destruction of cells.
The ideal target groups for cryotherapy are women and men of all ages who notice the following:
– viral and common warts
– actinic and seborrheic keratoses
– minor hemangiomas
– other benign lesions.
Before cryotherapy, it is necessary to perform a general dermatological examination, after which the dermatologist recommends cryotherapy to the patient.
The dermatologist will explain to you how to treat the treated area.
Bandages or plasters are usually not needed, but are recommended if the treated area is susceptible to trauma or exposed to rubbing against clothing. Also, your doctor may recommend the use of skin care products after treatment if necessary.
Diagnosis and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases
Venereology is a special branch of dermatovenerology dealing with the research, diagnosis and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases. Feel free to contact the MakeOver Polyclinic if you are in need of a venereological examination, which will include an examination of the genital region, as well as an examination of the entire skin and visible mucous membranes.
Sexually transmitted diseases often develop very secretly in asymptomatic stages, which is why patients often transmit the diseases to other people without being aware they are carrying them. There are several symptoms of sexually transmitted diseases, such as: a discharge from the genitals, frequent urination, pain and burning when urinating, redness and itching, blisters and ulcers in the genital area and a slight fever. If you have any of these symptoms, please contact us with confidence.
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