Dermatosurgery Cracow

Dermatosurgery Cracow - specialist treatments for your skin

Dermatosurgery is a field of medicine in which we specialize in Krakow, offering patients advanced skin treatments aimed not only at improving aesthetics, but above all health. Using the latest medical achievements, our specialists perform precise procedures for the removal of skin lesions such as fibromas, atheromas, lipomas or pigmented lesions, while ensuring the highest standards of patient safety and comfort.

In our clinic, we place special emphasis on accurate diagnosis and an individual treatment plan that is tailored to the specific needs and expectations of each patient. We have state-of-the-art medical equipment at our disposal, which enables us to perform a wide range of dermatosurgical procedures at the highest level.

Procedures such as electrocoagulation, which we use to remove fibromas, or surgical removal of atheromas and lipomas with histopathological examination, are performed under local anesthesia, which minimizes the patient’s discomfort. We make sure that each stage of treatment is as easy as possible for the patient, and at the same time effective and safe.

We encourage you to visit our clinic in Krakow, where experienced specialists in the field of dermatology and surgery will provide professional care and advice on treatment options and skin care after treatments. Our priority is the health and satisfaction of our patients, which is why we take all measures to ensure that the treatment is effective and tailored to individual needs.

Dermatosurgeon Cracow - Our doctors

Price list dermatosurgery

Removal of atheroma from PLN 400
Dermatosurgical consultation PLN 200
Lipoma removal with histopathological examination PLN 400
Removal of the skin lesion from PLN 400
Corn removal PLN 400
Removal of ingrown toenails from 500 PLN
Electrocoagulation of fibromas (minimum 5 fibromas) from 80 PLN
Botulinum toxin hyperhidrosis hands 2 500 zł
Botulinum toxin axillary hyperhidrosis 1 500 zł
Botulinum toxin hyperhidrosis of the foot from PLN 2 500

The most important information about visits to a dermatosurgeon in Krakow

What is dermatosurgery and what skin problems can be treated with it?

Dermatosurgery is a medical field at the intersection of dermatology and surgery, dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of skin conditions, including the removal of skin lesions of both benign and malignant nature. Dermatosurgical techniques allow for precise removal of undesirable lesions, minimizing the risk of complications and ensuring aesthetic treatment results.

As part of dermatosurgery, we treat m.in. pigmented nevi, warts, fibromas, atheromas and various types of skin cancer. Specialized procedures, such as electrocoagulation, are an example of treatments offered in our facility, which allow for effective and safe removal of selected skin lesions. This method, which uses high-frequency current to vaporize tissue, is prized for its precision and minimal risk of scarring.

Our clinic in Krakow uses proven and safe technologies, taking care of the highest standards of treatment. Preoperative consultation allows for an accurate diagnosis and selection of the optimal treatment method, tailored to the individual needs of the patient. Our approach is based on comprehensive care and support at every stage of treatment, from consultation, through surgery, to the recovery period.

Dermatosurgery in our facility is not only about treating skin problems, but also about improving the quality of life of patients by removing the source of aesthetic or health anxiety. Thanks to the commitment of our specialists and the use of the latest medical achievements, we are able to provide patients with access to effective and safe treatment methods.

Where does a dermatosurgeon see a dermatologist in Krakow?

A dermatosurgeon is available in the city of Krakow.

Prokocim Medical Center, al. Adolfa Dygasiński 2d, 30-820 Cracow

Access by public transport: Przystanek Bieżanowska
tram lines: 3, 9, 13, 24, 49
bus lines: 144, 173, 301, 304, 314, 503

Can scars occur after dermatosurgery?

After dermatosurgical procedures, there is a possibility of scarring, but the degree of their visibility depends on many factors, such as the type and location of the removed lesion, the technique of the procedure, the patient’s individual predisposition to healing, as well as the accuracy of adherence to postoperative recommendations.

In our clinic, we use modern techniques to minimize the risk of scarring, such as precise excision of lesions with as little surrounding healthy tissue as possible, and the use of specialized suturing techniques that promote aesthetic healing. In addition, it is important to take proper care of the wound during the recovery process, including the use of recommended healing aids and UV protection, which can also significantly affect the appearance of the scar.

It is worth remembering that each surgical intervention is associated with a certain risk of scarring, but by working with experienced specialists and following their instructions, you can minimize their visibility and impact on the aesthetics of the skin. In cases where the appearance of a scar is unavoidable, additional methods of correcting them are also available, such as laser therapies or the use of specialized keloid preparations, which can be discussed during consultations and follow-up visits.

What are the contraindications to dermatosurgery?

Contraindications to dermatosurgery may be diverse and depend on the individual health condition of the patient, the type of planned surgery and the specificity of a given case. In general, the most common contraindications include:

  1. Active skin or systemic infections – the presence of active bacterial, viral or fungal infections at the site of the planned procedure or in the body may increase the risk of complications and affect the healing process.

  2. Uncontrolled chronic diseases – such as diabetes, heart disease, blood clotting disorders or certain autoimmune diseases that can affect the body’s ability to recover and increase the risk of complications.

  3. Taking certain medications – blood thinners, certain anti-inflammatory drugs, as well as other medications can affect blood clotting and the body’s ability to heal, so a detailed medical consultation is necessary before the procedure.

  4. Pregnancy and lactation – during these periods, many procedures are discouraged due to the potential risk to the health of the mother and baby.

  5. Allergies to anesthetics or other materials used during surgery – known allergies to ingredients used during surgery may be a contraindication to surgery.

  6. Patient’s mental and emotional state – some mental states may affect the decision to undergo surgery and the recovery process.

  7. Acute inflammation of the skin at the site of the planned surgery – may require postponement of surgery until the symptoms subside.

Before proceeding with any dermatosurgical procedure, a thorough medical consultation is necessary, during which the doctor will assess the patient’s health, rule out contraindications and make an individual risk assessment. Thanks to this, it is possible to plan a safe and effective treatment, tailored to the needs and capabilities of each patient.