FotoFinder – Mole Examination

Monitoring changes in the number, size, and shape of moles on the body is extremely important. For this reason, it is necessary to perform digital dermoscopy, also known as mole mapping, regularly. This is now possible with FotoFinder, and a special campaign will be conducted on specific days in June and July at the Sorelle Sbutega dermatology clinic. The examinations will be carried out by Dr. Isidora Andrejic Sbutega. The campaign is in collaboration with the IntroLab laboratory in Belgrade, which will conduct the analysis of vitamin D and zinc. Don’t miss the opportunity to take care of your health in the quickest and easiest way!

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What is FotoFinder?

FotoFinder represents the gold standard for monitoring moles and detecting skin tumors by combining high-resolution digital dermatoscopy with the expertise of dermatologists and the latest artificial intelligence technologies. The FotoFinder examination includes checking all moles on the body and mapping them in specialized software, which compares them during each subsequent visit and suggests if new moles have appeared or existing ones have grown.

What Does the Examination Look Like?

Before digital dermoscopy, a manual dermoscopy examination is conducted. If deemed necessary, the patient is referred for a FotoFinder examination. FotoFinder takes photographs of all moles on the skin in 8 body positions. If any moles require special monitoring, digital dermoscopy, i.e., mole mapping, is performed.

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FotoFinder is the best method for monitoring changes in moles.

The next examinations are conducted after 6 months and then after one year. A new mapping is done, where old and new photographs are computer-compared, and changes are marked. Depending on the nature of the changes, the dermatologist decides whether to continue monitoring or to remove certain moles.

Who Is the FotoFnder Examination Intended For?

The skin examination using the FotoFinder system is intended for a wide range of patients, regardless of age or health status. This examination takes about 30 minutes and is completely non-invasive, meaning it does not require any cuts or skin punctures. Additionally, it is important to note that there is no exposure to radiation during the examination, making it safe for regular use and suitable for all ages.

The Role of Vitamin D and Zinc in Maintaining Skin Health

Vitamin D and zinc play key roles in maintaining skin health, making them important components of daily diet and skincare routines.

Vitamin D is essential for skin renewal processes. It helps in the creation of new skin cells, which is crucial for maintaining smooth and healthy skin. Additionally, this vitamin is known for its anti-inflammatory properties, which can help reduce symptoms of conditions such as psoriasis and eczema. Vitamin D analysis helps determine the overall condition of the skin, which is extremely important for mole examination.

On the other hand, zinc is a mineral critical for maintaining skin health in several ways, and zinc analysis is very important. It supports proper wound healing and helps regulate inflammation, which can reduce the occurrence of acne. As an antioxidant, zinc protects skin cells from oxidative stress and harmful UV radiation, thereby influencing the prevention of abnormal cell growth, including those found in moles. Reducing sun damage can help lower the risk of degenerative changes in moles, which is important for preventing melanoma and other forms of skin cancer.

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Take this opportunity to improve skin health

The campaign at the Sorelle Sbutega dermatology clinic, in collaboration with IntroLab laboratory from Belgrade, will last throughout June and July, with appointments on specific days. This is an excellent opportunity for anyone who wants to take care of their skin health. By using the FotoFinder system for digital dermoscopy, patients can monitor and analyze their moles in detail, which enables early detection and prevention of skin diseases, including melanoma.

This campaign not only raises awareness about the importance of regular skin check-ups but also provides access to advanced technology and expert advice from dermatologist Dr. Isidora Sbutega. During the examination, you will also learn about your vitamin D and Zn levels, which are very important for healthy skin. Additionally, you will receive personalized supplementation advice based on your results. Don’t miss this opportunity to do something important for your health in a safe and reliable environment, and schedule an appointment by calling 063 300 932.

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