Skin: the thermometer of our health changes
The skin is the organ with the highest number of possible diseases (about three thousand) of the whole human body, and it is also among the most frequent causes that require medical intervention. In Italy, the diagnosis of melanoma is increasing as well as the skin sensitivity to both external and stress factors.
In Hebe Clinic we prevent, diagnose and treat skin diseases and skin appendages disorders that involve sweat glands, hair, body hair and nails.
Some of these clinical manifestations, such as dermatitis or infectious diseases (warts and molluscum contagiosum) can often affect children. Acne and hair disorders are more common in adolescents and young people, dermatitis and hives can have an allergic genesis while psoriasis can have an autoimmune or psychosomatic origin. Some others dermatological diseases may involve hormones or the vascular system, rather than be solved just with a surgical procedure.
A tattoo is not forever
Tattoo removal is increasingly demanded. In fact, it happens to be regretted for the most varied reasons: changes in life, work reasons, a different aesthetic taste or simply to erase faded and outdated designs. It also happens to seek a remedy to repair damages caused by other facilities, to help patients with just partially removed tattoos. In Hebe Clinic we remove tattoos with a cutting-edge procedure, truly effective and safe. We use the Q-Switch Laser, the latest innovation in the technology industry that guarantees exceptional results even on multicolored tattoos. Thanks to its very short laser pulses, the ink is broken into tiny particles which are eliminated from the body itself by phagocytosis. We realize that each tattoo is unique, as much as the person who wants to remove it from the skin. That’s why we customize the treatment according to skin phototype and other factors considered by our doctors such as tattoo size and colors, its position, the amount of ink, whether there is another tattoo underneath that has to be removed or the presence of any scar.