Skin

Treating skin conditions is our special expertise: if it’s on your skin, we’ll treat you. We have more than 30 skin disease specialists, consisting of docents, heads of units at university hospitals and writers of Current Care Guidelines, all of whom can be consulted in any issues concerning skin health.

The commonest skin conditions include acne, moles and skin alterations, atopic dermatitis, psoriasis, hives, various rashes, allergies, rosacea, itches, hair and nail problems, sexually transmitted disease and mucous membrane conditions. Please see below for services related to the various conditions.

If you’re not sure, you can always make an appointment with a skin disease specialist or call 010 419 2000 and ask our staff to help you with making an appointment.


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Our experienced specialists in moles and skin blemishes will answer any questions or doubts you may have concerning your skin.
Children's skin is sensitive and has its own experts who specialise in children's skin diseases and treating young patients.
Our experienced dermatologists specialising in acne treatment can handle even the trickiest cases effectively
Our nurses specialising in skin diseases treat warts on the hands and feet with liquid nitrogen freezing, also known as cryotherapy.
A fraxel laser is suitable for cosmetic procedures, such as smoothing lines and acne scars.
Narrow-band UVB phototherapy is used to treat conditions such as atopic dermatitis, psoriasis and itching. This treatment requires a doctor's referral.
An experienced dermatologist specialising in procedures will assess the most suitable method and perform any mole removals required.
Photodynamic Therapy (PDT), performed with daylight, is an effective way of making the skin more supple and reducing wrinkles.
Acne scars are treated after the condition's active phase, by means of laser treatment, exfoliation or microneedling.
An upper eyelid surgery can help to freshen your appearance if you have droopy eyelids. The procedure involves removing extra skin from the eyelids.
Iontophoresis is a serial treatment for excessive sweating of the hands and feet. The treatment is based on a weak electric current applied to the sweat glands.
Carbon dioxide laser is an efficient and fast method of removing a range of skin alterations, such as raised moles and brown warts.
Mole screening, mole and blemish excision, and treatment of skin cancers are our areas of expertise, and you can get treatment quickly.
Our experienced dermatologists specialising in acne treatment can handle even the trickiest cases effectively.
Isotretinoin treatment includes a laboratory test to check key blood values three times during the treatment period
Podiatrists treat various nail alterations, ingrown nails, and warts, sores and calluses on the feet.
After your procedure you can book an appointment for stitch removal as instructed by our nurses.
Isotretinoin treatment includes a laboratory test to check key blood values three times during the treatment period
Chemical exfoliation of the skin is an effective treatment for both ageing skin and acne scars. The treatment is performed by a dermatologist.
Children's skin is sensitive and its treatment requires expertise. Our experienced doctors provide help for all kinds of skin diseases and allergies.
Our medical services are supplemented by the services of a cosmetologist specialising in skin problems.
Expert help for skin creases, wrinkles, acne scars, uneven skin / skin tone, droopy eyelids and other cosmetic issues.
Freezing of warts, light therapy, treatment for excessive sweating (iontophoresis), allergy and STD tests and other lab tests.