EVIcliniq puts at your disposal the dermatology section, where you can benefit from complex dermatological services both for common ailments and for complex interventions.

What does the dermatological procedure entail?

Dermatology is the medical specialty that deals with the study, diagnosis and treatment of conditions of the skin, nails, scalp or hair. All age groups, regardless of gender, can suffer from different types of skin problems, acute or chronic, rarer or more common.

Our team of dermatologists have the experience to treat all medical conditions that occur on the skin, skin or nails. Also, their medical skills at the highest standards recommend them as professionals in dermatology. The entire team of doctors attended superspecialization courses to gain the necessary experience to treat and correct small aesthetic imperfections.

Small dermatological surgeries are also performed at EVIcliniq.

Dermatological procedures – when do we go to the dermatologist?

Most of the time, we tend to ignore certain skin or hair problems, choosing to treat ourselves at home. However, certain conditions require a specialist medical consultation to have a correct diagnosis. Some of the situations for which you should see a dermatologist are:


this skin condition can have a strong psycho-social impact through its emotional, psychological and social impact. When creams and treatments applied at home do not work, it is recommended to turn to a dermatologist to help you get through this difficult stage in your life.


is a fairly common skin disease among both men and women. This can occur for several reasons, such as a deficient immune system, stress or systematic errors of the hormonal glands. It is recognized by the thickened integumentary plates covered with whitish scales.


when we notice irritation, itching and peeling of the skin, it is advisable to see a dermatologist for appropriate treatment.

Excessive hair loss

hair loss is normal as it is constantly growing and renewing itself. However, excessive shedding in certain areas of the scalp requires specialist control. Skin problems should not be left untreated, as they can develop quickly and their treatment can be much more difficult.