Dermatology is a branch of medicine dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the skin, hair and nails. Dermatologists treat conditions such as acne, dermatitis, psoriasis, allergies and malignant skin changes. Through dermatological examination, dermoscopy, skin smear and various therapeutic approaches, dermatologists provide specific care for skin health, often in collaboration with other branches of medicine.

See a dermatologist if you notice any skin changes that worry you, or if you have specific skin problems or symptoms. Here are some situations in which you should consider visiting a dermatologist:

Changes on skin:
If you notice new skin changes, including changes in the color, shape, size, or texture of moles, freckles, or any other lesions.
Suspected skin cancer:
If you are suspicious of signs that may indicate skin cancer, such as unusual birthmarks, sores that do not heal, or changes that look atypical.
Acne problems:
In case of acne problems that are not adequately controlled by conventional treatments.
Skin infections:
When you notice symptoms of skin infections, such as redness, itching, swelling or purulent discharge.
Chronic skin problems:
If you suffer from chronic skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis or dermatitis, and need professional assessment and therapy management.
Changes in hair and nails:
When you notice changes in the health of your hair or nails that seem unusual or worrisome.
Allergic skin reactions:
In case of allergic skin reactions that cause itching, redness, swelling or rash.
Anti aging:
If you would like a consultation regarding the prevention of skin aging or treatments to preserve skin health.
Mole check:
Periodically check moles, especially if you have a large number of moles or if you have a family history of skin cancer.
Specific skin problems:
If you have specific skin problems such as vitiligo, alopecia, hidradenitis suppurativa or other rare skin diseases.

It is important not to delay a visit to the dermatologist if you notice something unusual or if you are concerned about the health of your skin. Early diagnosis and treatment can significantly improve the outcome of various skin problems.