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Anneta Grapsa - Salamouri
Dermatologist - Venereologist

  • Dermatosurgery
  • Aesthetic Dermatology
  • Laser


The Doctor accepts patients following an appointment daily except Saturday & Sunday

28, Papandreou Str., Glyfada 16675
Tel: 0030 210 89 42 074
Mob.: 0030 6932 71 90 71

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Through the application of a peeling chemical material on the skin, a controlled injury is caused in order to remove the outer layers of the epidermis. Peeling is used to treat wrinkles, radial hyperkeratosis, pigmentation discoloration caused by the sun (especially simple freckles), post-infectious hyperpigmentation, melasma, acne, acne and large pore, oily skin scarring.
The aim is to create new tissue and improve the skin’s texture with long-term therapeutic and cosmetic advantages. The technique requires experience and should be applied by doctors in order to avoid complications and side effects.

Dermoabrasion with microcrystals

This is a kind of mechanical peeling where microcrystals are directed to the skin in order to remove dead cells. This technique results in a smoother skin which looks more fresh, luminous and with fewer discolorations.

Botulinic toxin application (BOTOX)

The botulinic toxin, aside from other clinical applications it has (eyelid spasm, spastic torticollis, tension headache), is used in dermatology for treating hyperhydrosis and dynamic face expression wrinkles, with excellent results.
This drug’s action (as far as wrinkles are concerned) does not allow the muscles to move, thus gradually leading to less prominent wrinkles. The procedure is quick and allows the patient to carry on with his/her activities after leaving the clinic. This drug is mainly used for forhead and between the eyebrows wrinkles, “crows feet”, face and neck contour line. The procedure is carried out with very fine needles placed in specific parts of the face.

Injectable implants

These are substances injected in the skin in order to increase its volume. In this way, wrinkles, scars and fissures are evened-out.
A type of implant which is very commonly used is yaluronic acid. It is a substance found in mammals and other microorganisms. In man, it appears in various tissues, like the skin, eye, joints and muscles. In cosmetic dermatology, we use it for hydration, skin volume increase, treatment of fine wrinkles and lines and to redesign the contour line and volume of the lips. It is an absorbable implant, so the cosmetic result is not permanent and thus there is no danger of permanent change.


A mixture of substances (yaluronic acid, vitamins, trace elements and inorganic salts) is injected in the main skin (right under the epidermis) with the use of very fine needles so that the patient does not feel pain, but only a slight discomfort which is kept to a minimum with the application of an anaesthetic cream, before the session. The method is carried out on the face, hair and body. In the case of the face, we decrease the number of very fine wrinkles, the skin is deeply hydrated, toned-up and radiant, while the aging process is slowed down, thanks to the powerful antioxidant activity of these substances. It is the perfect choice for photoaged, prematurely aged, dehydrated and dull skins. In the case of hair, it is used for treating alopecia and various causes hair loss, as well as for improving the look and texture of hair (weak, damaged, oily), even in combination with other localized treatments. For the body, it is used for cellulitis, lipolysis and firming, while the patient also follows the right diet and exercise programme.

Mole charting

Almost all people have moles in our body. These moles are examined with a special piece of equipment called a dermatoscope. With the use of a special computer programme, the images of dermatoscopy can be stored, so that the mole can be followed up as time passes. In the next examination we can trace possible changes in some of the mole’s characteristics, by comparing the images and if the doctor deems appropriate, the mole is removed. Mole removal is an interventional procedure carried out in the clinic where all the necessary equipment is available.


In recent years, laser has progressed so fast that now this technology represents a therapeutic option for treating various skin diseases, such as unwanted hair growth, vascular, pigmentation lesions, old- age spots, face telangiectasias, rejuvenation and firming of the face and more. The term "laser" stands for light amplification through the stimulated emission of radiation. In practice, light energy directed on tissues is turned into thermal energy to selectively destroy the lesion with the least possible effect on surrounding tissue, based on the theory of selective photothermolysis. The new technology allows us to combine laser with radio frequencies, guaranteeing a more prominent and safer result.