IDERMA Prevent Program’s aim is to ease total body skin examinations to check for moles, spots, warts or unusual conditions on the skin surface.
The earlier we find skin cancer, the easier is to treat it successfully.
These clinical skin exams are very useful in early detection of skin cancers.
Skin cancer can affect anyone, but it is more common with people of lighter skin, light-colored eyes, blond or red hair who burn easily and have difficulty tanning. Other risks factors for suffering from skin cancer are: existence of personal and family history of skin cancer; presence of numerous moles on the body; people who, particularly during childhood or adolescence, have had sunstroke or repeated and violent sunburn; professions which perform activities in the open air with daily exposure to the sun (employees of the construction sector, farmers, fishermen, etc.)
The dermatologist is the medical professional best qualified to guide, detect, and determine the degree of benignity or malignity and to treat skin lesions suspected of skin cancer.
The mission of our Skin Cancer Prevention Program, IDERMA Prevent, is to increase public awareness regarding the dangers of over exposure to sunlight and the practice of sun-safety behaviors and to decrease future incidence of new cases of skin cancer among our patients.
IDERMA is very experienced in treating skin cancer, a disease in which malignant cancer cells form in the tissue of the skin.
We offer a breakthrough BioPhotonic treatment that significantly and comfortably improves acne, with high safety.
Our dermatologists will carefully review your case and give you information about the possible identity and possible treatment choices of your skin condition.