Prior to the procedure, each skin lesion must be examined using the modern method of dermoscopy to determine the type of growth. Benign skin lesions, such as papillomas, milia, warts, xanthelasmas, etc., are eliminated using the latest generation laser. The procedure is performed under local anaesthesia, with the skin lesion completely removed without any scarring.

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Almost every person experiences the appearance of skin growths at some stage in their lives. Very often, these lesions are skin-coloured. Failure to have a timely consultation and use of incorrect information are the most common reasons for injury, enlargement or spread of the growth. Each skin lesion is examined and, if suspected to be malignant, must be surgically excised. Benign tumours are most often the result of a viral infection or weakened immunity and are removed non-surgically. Years ago, cryotherapy and electrocoagulation methods were usually used to remove warts. Those procedures are now in the past because they require repetition, are painful and pose a risk of scarring. The most modern method of permanently eliminating benign skin lesions is laser removal.


20 min.


Under 18s can only be treated with parental consent.




  • Machine-assisted procedures

Recovery period

  • After the procedure, tiny crusts appear on the skin of the treated area, which disappear within 10 days.


  • Pregnancy and breastfeeding
  • Viral and bacterial skin infections.
  • Use of medication causing skin photosensitivity
  • Tattoo in the area to be treated
  • Presence of metal implants near the area to be treated.
  • Oncological diseases.


Plasma BT is a plasma generator that creates a controlled plasma micro-beam through gas ionisation. Plasma is generated between the tip of the device and the patient’s skin thanks to a small curve. The temperature in the treated area rises, causing local ablation on the skin surface. The device works locally, without adverse effects on surrounding tissues. Treatment of the growth results in sublimation (direct transition of the substance from solid to gas) of the superficial skin layer.

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The dermatologist determines where the filler should be inserted, taking into account the patient’s anatomical features. The procedure lasts around 20-30 minutes.

The filler is spread evenly in the cheekbone area, with the results visible immediately.

No recovery period is required for this procedure. Redness or swelling may appear at the injection site, but the discomfort passes quickly (a few hours to a few days).

The effect is visible immediately and lasts around a year.

The procedure can be repeated again after the filler’s full or partial degradation.

  • Hypersensitivity to various types of fillers;
  • Skin injury at the injection site.