It is the most common during the teenage years, but occasionally it happens in adulthood as well, that acnes or inflamed pimples appear on the skin of the face, neck, décolletage, chest, upper arms or shoulders. At Downtown Medical Center, we offer a wide variety of treatments.
In the course of the allergy test, we determine which materials can provoke allergic reactions in your particular case. If you notice allergic symptoms on yourself, book an appointment with one of our dermatologists, to receive help in its treatment and prevention.
Birthmarks are well-defined spots on the skin, their color and/or surface differs from the rest of the skin (usually they are darker and pigmented).
In some cases, melanomas develop from existing birthmarks, or at least they often seem to be just that. During dermoscopy, our specialists examine mutations on the skin using a special magnifying glass. It is advised to have your birthmarks checked every year.
Several physiological changes occur during pregnancy and most of the expectant mothers notice their effects. For a dermatologist the most important is the increased tendency for pigmentation of the skin. The nipples and small lips get darker, a typical dark longitudinal line develops between navel and pubic mount as the effect of producing hormones (oestrogen, progesterone, melanocyte stimulating hormone).
Skin infections can either be primary or secondary. They might be caused by bacteria, fungi, viruses or parasites.
Young woman looking at her hands. Eczema is an inflammation of the skin, the symptoms of which are flaking, red, dry skin, possibly with oozing, and pronounced itching.
Skin tagss are tiny nubs on the skin. At Downtown Medical Center, we use an anesthetic cream before the removal of skin nubs, thus eliminating the discomfort usually associated with the anesthetic process.
Rosacea is a chronic skin disease, which appears on the face in the form of erythemas, pimple-like growths, dilated vessels and swelling.
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.