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Dr. Judit Bölcskei 

Dermatologist, cosmetologist
Visiting hours:
Monday: 9-11.30 and Thursday: 15-17



Pediatric Dermatology

Our pediatric dermatology specialist offers education, consultation and medical management of skin diseases in all pediatric age groups (newborn, infant, child and teenagers).

  • Infectious skin diseases (caused by fungi, bacteria or viruses), eczema, acne treatment, insect bites
  • Removal of viral warts
  • Pigmented or vascular skin lesions birthmarks, moles.

General Adult Dermatology

  • Early diagnosis and treatment of benign and malignant skin tumors
  • Screening, diagnosis and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases
  • Infectious skin diseases (fungal, bacterial or viral), sycosis, folliculitis, sweat glands (sudoriferous glands)Dermatology - Coral Medical Center Budapest
  • Inflammations, itching, inflammations of mail bed, erysipelas, skin diseases caused by herpes viruses, fungal infections of the scalp and body, insect bites
  • Allergic skin lesions (hives, eczema)
  • Treatment of psoriasis
  • Treatment of seborrhea, acne and rosacea
  • Peripheral circulatory disorders, peripheral arterial disease, PAD treatment
  • Diseases of scalp, hair and nails (hair loss or alopecia, nail fungus)
  • Treatment of burns
  • Skin outgrowths, warts – removal by excochleation or electrocauterization, under local anesthesia
  • Prevention of sun damage, consulting for appropriate sun protection

Screening for Melanoma

It is very important to see a dermatologist at least once every year.

Skin examinations are commonly used to screen for melanoma. Regular examination of the skin will increase the chance of finding melanoma early before it causes and symptoms. Most melanomas that appear in the skin can be seen by the naked eye and it has been shown that one third of melanomas originate from existing moles.

Early diagnosis is key to efficient treatment. The cancer may be cured if the tumor is found before it spreads deeper.

Regular Mole Checks. Mole Diagnosis

Most moles are benign (non-cancerous). The moles that are of medical concern are those that looks different than other existing moles or those that first appear after age 20. If you notice changes in the color or appearance of a mole, you should see your dermatologist. Important signs of moles that could be cancerous and need to be checked immediately by a dermatologist include:

  • The size of the mole increases suddenly.
  • The shape of the mole becomes irregular or asymmetric.
  • The border or edges of the mole are ragged, blurred, or irregular.
  • The mole has different colors, or it has shades of tan, brown, black, blue, white, or red.
  • The mole undergoes textural changes.
  • The mole appears elevated (raised from the skin).
  • The mole becomes inflamed or sore, itches, ulcerates, bleeds or causes pain.
  • You should always be suspicious of a new mole.


This is a painless freezing procedure that uses liquid nitrogen for the treatment of a variety of benign and malignant lesions there is no need for anesthesia.

Last Updated on Thursday, 15 December 2016 20:45

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