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Dermatology Equipment

We have invested in advanced technology for the early diagnosis, monitoring, and management of your skin condition. Some of these include automated total body mole mapping with artificial intelligence, digital dermoscopy, lasers as well as tools used for minimally invasive aesthetic treatments.

Automated Total Body Mapping With Artificial Intelligence – Fotofinder

The automated total body mole mapping tool photographs and records all your moles but also helps identify suspicious, new, and changed moles fast and precisely. 

This tool scans and takes standardized pictures recognizing the moles that ‘stand-out’ and need further assessment or removal. All mole pictures can be magnified, and the characteristics of each mole can be analysed. Furthermore, these pictures are saved and automatically compared to new ones on your next visit in order to identify any new or changing moles. 

Mole mapping is particularly useful for monitoring people with several moles, people with personal or family history of melanoma or anyone who wants a detailed mole assessment with photographic documentation.

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Digital Dermoscopy – Medicam 1000

This top line camera for dermoscopy offers CrystalView technology. This gives us sharp images of the skin and hair. Optical magnification up to 140 times with live zoom and focus, polarized and non-polarized light can be produced. 

This in combination with automated total body mapping can help analyse and characterise suspicious skin lesions.


A dermatoscope is a handheld tool that can magnify skin lesions up to 10 times. It is key in clinical dermatology as it helps the dermatologist to quickly assess the colour and structure of a mole or a skin lesion and in experienced hands it can help the early and fast diagnosis of melanoma and other skin cancers.

Biopsy And Minor Surgery

After examining your skin, your dermatologist may suggest further assessment of your skin condition by performing a biopsy. During a skin biopsy a small sample of your skin is obtained, under local anaesthetic, and sent for analysis to our laboratory. This is important in order to clarify the diagnosis in ambiguous skin conditions and rashes but also in moles and lesions that are clinically suspicious for cancer. 

The GMI offers a histopathology laboratory where skin samples are sent for analysis.


Cryotherapy is the treatment where skin lesions are treated with application of a cryogen. Several types of superficial lesions (benign, pre-malignant or even superficial skin cancers) can be treated with this method.

The CryoPen can be used to precisely treat smaller lesions in adults and children. The Cryogun is usually used for large or persistent lesions.

Electrical Arc Sublimation Therapy

The plasma arc device operates creating a minute electrical arc at its tip, called the plasma arc. When it touches the skin it microvaporises a tiny dot on the skin surface. 

It is used to precisely treat small lesions on the skin in clinical and aesthetic dermatology.


Again Laser With Moveo Technology, By Deka

This is a unique Alexandrite and Nd:YAG laser combined with the MOVEO technology by DEKA allowing fast, effective and virtually pain-free treatments for hair removal, vascular lesions, pigmented lesions and skin rejuvenation. This is an FDA-approved laser for all skin types.

Smartpico Laser, By Deka

During life, we almost inevitably experience unwanted skin pigmentation - dark pigment spots, age spots, acne scars, sun-induced hyperpigmentation, weary or poor quality tattoos.  The gold standard for eliminating such problems is laser procedures. The latest SmartPICO laser from the manufacturer DEKA (Italy), offers effective treatments against the following: 

  • Removal of pigmentation: The SmartPICO laser allows the removal of skin pigmentation defects - hyperpigmentation, age spots, sun damage, melasma, acne and inflammatory pigmentation 
  • Tattoo removal: The SmartPICO laser breaks down the tattoo pigment more effectively, so fewer procedures are required for complete tattoo removal.

Anti-aging effect: procedures with SmartPICO laser promote the synthesis of collagen and elastin - the skin regains elasticity, becomes smoother and looks rejuvenated.

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Morpheus8, By Inmode

Morpheus8 is a minimally invasive bipolar radiofrequency (RF) tissue treatment. It delivers the deepest fractional treatments available, utilising RF technology to remodel and contour the face, neck and body giving it a youthful appearance. Treated areas include face (nasolabial and perioral wrinkles, frown lines, jowls, neck, arms, abdomen, knees. It is also used to improve deep acne scars and surgical scars. Treatments are tailored to each patient’s needs but an average of three sessions 4 weeks apart are usually required. It is a treatment approved for all skin types.

High Intensity Focused Ultrasound (Hifu) – Doublo Gold By Hironic

HIFU is a minimally invasive medical procedure that uses ultrasound waves to treat certain conditions. In aesthetic dermatology this is used for skin laxity and wrinkles. It is also used to reduce fat in stubborn areas. The hybrid system allows the machine to contour areas of the face, neck and body. It can deliver energy at different depths and frequencies suitable for each area. The machine is designed to deliver fast, efficient and virtually painless treatments.

Medical Cleansing – Aquaglo Plus

AquaGlo is a new era all-liquid skin rejuvenation system. It is used to improve congested pores and uneven skin tone. It deep cleanses, exfoliates, extracts and hydrates all in one session. It is therefore ideal to treat blackheads and acne prone skin.


1NEED is a medical microneedling pen. It is intended for medical microneedling, aesthetic micropricking and Nano peel (Dermabrasion) treatments. It is an excellent treatment for collagen induction, conveying active ingredients under the dermis (e.g mesotherapy, cellboosters or PRP), toning and rejuvenating the skin, improving blemishes and signs of age and also improving acne scars and stimulation of cell renewal.

24-hour Emergency Helpline

(+357) 25 208 000

Emergencies are not yet accredited of the General Health Care System

(+357) 25 208 000

Emergencies are not yet accredited of the General Health Care System.


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