Cosmesurge presents the latest technology for problem skin

Dubai, United Arab Emirates: Cosmesurge introduces new devices in medical dermatology, including computerized digital dermatoscope to analyze all types of moles, the most popular computerized mole mapping device that maps the whole body in up to 30 minutes is FotoFinder.

This device is able to analyze moles, measure them and save them in a specific file for each patient which can be consulted at any time throughout the world. Once the patient returns for the next mole mapping, they are able to detect any small changes in the moles, which is crucial for early detection of skin cancer.

The team is led by Dr Hossein Yavari, board-certified dermatologist, American Fellowship of Cutaneous and Mohs Surgery, said: “The most important and easiest way to detect any suspicious moles is with a simple formula called Cancer ABCDE In this formula, “A” stands for Asymmetry of mole, “B” for Irregular border, “C” for Color if color varies from area to area, “D” for Diameter greater than 6mm or pencil eraser size for any mole and finally “E” for Evolving, meaning a mole looks different from the rest or changes in size, shape and color.”

According to Dr. Yavari, nothing can completely protect us from harmful UV rays, but the application of sunscreen SPF 30 or higher, a wide-brimmed hat, sunglasses and protective clothing such as Long-sleeved shirts and long pants can partially protect us from the sun’s harmful rays.

“It is important to apply 1/2 teaspoon of sunscreen all over your face 15 minutes before exposure and reapply it every two hours. Fortunately, skin cancer in the UAE is not as common because of the Middle Eastern skin type with more melanin,” he adds. .

In the United Arab Emirates, we are exposed to the sun all year round and exposed to harmful UV rays. Therefore, it is mandatory to visit a board-certified dermatologist for annual mole mapping or whenever you see a suspicious new mole that changes in shape, color, and size. Like all other human cancers, early detection of skin cancer is crucial.