By Dr. Nektarios Logaras – Dermatologist/Venereologist

Acne scars, stretch marks, surgical scars, injury scars as well as burn scars can be effectively improved with the use of Fractional Laser Resurfacing. Keloids are scars that are tend to be larger than the original scar. They can be remodeled and significantly improved. The ablative skin resurfacing is the treatment that helps to successfully remove the deep lesions, the “Scars” of the skin.

The Lasers that are used depending on the scar and that we have in our clinic are:

CO2 Laser
Fraxel Dual Laser
Nd:Yag Laser

The treatment has better results, if combined with Mesotherapy.

Lasers are effectively combined with “filling” in the scars with Hyaluronic Acid implants. Depending on the scar, we will proceed with the appropriate treatment.

The Doctor’s experience

Dr. N. Logaras MD
Dermatologist Venereologist
Laser Dermatologic Surgeon

Graduate of Nottingham and Birmingham Universities of England.

-Specialization in Dermatologic Surgery, Department of Plastic Surgery, Hospital of Dermatology & Venereal Diseases “Andreas Syggros”
-Specialization in Digital Dermoscopy – Mole Mapping, at the Department of Dermoscopy and Melanoma, Hospital of Dermatology & Venereal Diseases “Andreas Syggros”
-Degree in Medicine, Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, The University of Nottingham, UK.


-Dermatologist – Venereologist, Private Clinic – Athens South Dermatology & Laser Center, Alimos
-Dermatology – Venereology Specialty, Hospital of Dermatologic & Venereal Diseases “Andreas Syggros”
-Former Doctor, Royal Derby | Derby Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, England
-Former Doctor, Taunton and Somerset Hospital NHS Trust-Musgrove Park, England
-Former Doctor, Worthing and Southlands Hospitals NHS Trust, England
-Former Doctor, Queen Alexandra Hospital, England
-Former Doctor, Portsmouth Hospital NHS Trust, England
-Former Doctor, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust, England

19 years of medical experience

Phone No. for Appointment: +302109821431