Digital epiluminescence microscopy is used for the prevention and early diagnosis of skin lesions and melanomas: This is a non-invasive and painless examination consisting in the observation in epiluminescence of suspect areas (atypical) through a microscope connected to a digital camera and a personal computer.
This technique allows us to obtain digital images of the many features that make up the intimate structure of the cells, not otherwise detectable by the naked eye.
Mole removal inclusive of an histological examination.
Removal of skin neoformations.
Laser surgery for the removal of irregular skin malformations: warts, fibroids, keratosis, condylomatosis, cutaneous skin tumors and precancerous tumors.