Update: 26. March 2020On the 14th and 15th of May, your dermatologist Dr. Schnitzler will be offering free examinations of suspect skin changes as part of the Swiss Skin Cancer Days. At his dermatology practice in Zurich Enge, the patient’s well-being and the preventions of skin cancer is a very important and essential part of his competent work as a dermatologist for the healthy skin of his patients. «Nowadays, there is an increasing demand for laser treatments, injections of a neuromodulatior, vampire lift with PRP, hyaluronic filler, removal of spider veins, cellulite treatment and thread lifting», says Dr. Schnitzler. Nevertheless, all skin diseases such as eczema, warts, nail fungus, psoriasis (to name but a few) and their treatments as well as the preventions of skin cancer and the treatment of melanoma, basal cell carcinomas and their precursors, form the core of Dr. Schnitzler’s work as a dermatologist at his practice in Zurich. The medical care and especially the treatment of skin cancer and other skin diseases belong to the “day to day” of a dermatologist. At his dermatology practice in Zurich Enge, Dermatologist Dr. Schnitzler gives as much time, understanding and know-how to these diseases as with aesthetic problems with laser medicine, neuromodulation, hyaluronic filler, carboxy therapy, fat removal injections and radiofrequency. Your proficient dermatologist Dr. Schnitzler is once again and for his fifth year, at the service of the participants in the National Skin Cancer Campaign in Zurich on May 14th and 15th. How can I sign up for Skin Cancer Day? Simply by making an appointment via our homepage, by e-mail or by telephone for the Swiss Skin Cancer Days with the Dermatology Practice, derma competence center, in Zurich Enge. How does an examination on Skin Cancer Day Proceed? The patient arrives at the dermatologist’s practice at the previously scheduled appointment time and fills out a part of a questionnaire from the Swiss Society of Dermatology. The rest of the form is filled out by the dermatologist. The patient then shows the dermatologist 1 or 2 individual skin changes that are suspicious or are of concern. The dermatologist will examine these changes and give his preliminary diagnosis and advice on what the patient should do, if necessary. The dermatologist will then complete the questionnaire which is, in accordance to the National Skin Cancer Campaign, sent anonymously to the Swiss Society of Dermatology for statistical purposes. Skin cancer prevention can be that simple! Take the opportunity and actively prevent skin cancer. Skin Health is our strength and you are worth it! We look forward to seeing you – Dermatologist Dr. Schnitzler and his Team.