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Day Treatments

Average Length of Stay in Istanbul

Depends on treatment

Average Session Required

Day Treatments

Length of Stay in Hospital

1-2 hours

Operation Duration

No Anaesthesia


Day Treatments

Recovery Time


What is Eczema?

Eczema is a common skin condition characterized by redness, itching, swelling, and rashes. It encompasses various types such as atopic dermatitis, contact dermatitis, and seborrheic dermatitis. Eczema is often triggered by factors like genetic predisposition, skin dryness,

exposure to allergens, and stress.

Preliminary Assessment and Diagnosis

The treatment of eczema begins with an initial assessment by a dermatologist or skin specialist. The patient's medical history and symptoms are evaluated, a skin examination is conducted, and additional tests such as allergy tests or skin biopsies may be performed if necessary.

Treatment Options and Planning

Eczema treatment is tailored based on the severity of symptoms, the patient's lifestyle, and skin type. Treatment options include topical corticosteroids, moisturizers, antihistamines, and immunomodulators. The treatment plan is customized according to individual needs and symptoms.

Application and Treatment Process

Eczema treatment typically involves the application of topical medications (creams, lotions, or ointments), moisturizers, and antipruritic (itch-relieving) medications. Patients are advised to adhere to skincare routines, avoid allergens, and manage stress.

Results and Recovery Process

The effectiveness of eczema treatment varies depending on the severity of symptoms and response to treatment. Improvement may take several weeks or months. Reduction of symptoms and skin healing are expected with proper adherence to treatment.

Care and Preventive Measures

Following eczema treatment, patients should maintain a skincare routine and moisturize regularly to strengthen the skin barrier and prevent symptom recurrence. Avoiding triggers, managing stress, and practicing proper hygiene measures are also important.

Side Effects and Complications

Eczema treatment is generally safe, but some side effects may occur. These may include skin dryness, burning sensation, irritation, or allergic reactions. Rarely, long-term use of steroids may lead to skin thinning or changes in skin color.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Is Eczema Permanent?

While eczema can be a chronic condition, symptoms can be managed with appropriate treatment and management.

What Causes Eczema?

Eczema can have various triggers, including genetic predisposition, exposure to allergens, skin dryness, and stress.

Importance of Eczema Treatment

Eczema treatment is essential for alleviating symptoms and improving quality of life. With proper treatment and preventive measures, eczema symptoms can be controlled, and skin health can be improved.

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