Dermal surgery

Removal of pigmented birthmarks
2016. 09. 05. 14:54 (Utolsó frissítés: 2022. 03. 08. 16:39)

The removal of pigmented birthmarks is a delicate matter, a dermatological examination is required beforehand. This is followed by a surgical excision and a histological examination.

In-grown nail and nail bed plasty
2016. 09. 05. 14:58 (Utolsó frissítés: 2020. 10. 12. 15:07)

The problem of in-grown nail most often affects the big toes, and it is highly uncomfortable, but treatable! In the case of an in-grown nail, fungal infections commonly develop, therefore, for the sake of faster healing, contact our specialists!

Surgical removal of fat lumps under the skin
2016. 09. 05. 14:59 (Utolsó frissítés: 2021. 05. 19. 14:51)

Since fat lumps under the skin cannot be healed with creams and other methods, unfortunately only surgical removal can be a solution. Our highly experienced surgeons can relieve you of the irritating skin lumps painlessly and virtually without any trace.

Birthmarks, non-pigmented skin mutations
2016. 09. 05. 14:53 (Utolsó frissítés: 2020. 02. 28. 11:03)

The removal of pigmented birthmarks requires care and expertise, therefore it can only be done after a dermatological consultation. In the case of non-pigmented birthmarks that protrude from the skin, there can also be ones that require special attention. The specialist can decide the best method for the removal of skin mutations.

Examination and treatment of non-melanoma type skin tumors
2018. 10. 16. 17:10 (Utolsó frissítés: 2018. 10. 25. 11:33)
Non-melanoma type skin tumors most often develop on areas of the skin exposed to UV-radiation. Several types of these deviations are known, which are all treatable if recognized in time and a skin surgeon is contacted.
2016. 10. 28. 20:32 (Utolsó frissítés: 2022. 01. 12. 14:17)
Rhinophyma is a common skin disease, which is characterized by a large, red, cauliflower-like nose. At our clinic, it is possible to treat rhinophyma with a surgery with which a nose shape very similar to the original can be achieved.
2016. 09. 05. 12:14 (Utolsó frissítés: 2021. 03. 23. 13:06)

How do warts delop? The common wart develops on the skin due to infection by the human papilloma virus (HPV). This virus can also infect the cells of the skin and mucous membranes.