This is premalignant skin disorder. In the skin occur rough or scaly spots or lamellae of body colour (reddish-brown). They are usually formed in particular sunlight-affected areas of the body (on the nose, forehead, ears, facial skin).

Up to 10–15 percent of actinic keratoses may eventually transform into squamous cell carcinoma, therefore they must be treated.

What to expect?

During the consultation, the doctor will listen to your complaints, will determine the factors of skin cancer risk; assess the skin phototype, the quantity of ultraviolet rays absorbed by the skin and affections of the skin. All your body’s skin will be carefully examined, you will undergo dermatoscopy. This is a non-invasive skin pigment and vascular derivatives examination, during which a morphological structure of the skin, pigment and vascular structure, skin colour and smoothness are being evaluated. The examination is performed quickly, it does not cause pain and discomfort, does not require special preparation, there are no contraindications, the examination can be performed to all people. Dermatoscopy helps to identify benign and malignant affections of the skin, allows earlier diagnosing melanoma and preventing additional invasive investigation methods.


Digital dermatoscopy with Fotofinder/Dynamify (one derivative) 20 €
Each additional derivative 5 €
A map of whole body moles investigation (FotoFinder 95 €
Birthmark removal by electrodesiccation method in the facial 35 – 50 €
Birthmark removal with laser in the facial area 55 – 100 €
Skin benign and malignant tumours surgical treatment 180 – 400 €
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