Strada Uranus 132A

București, BUH 050826 RO

4021 569 91 53

Veterinary Dermatology

Dermatology, Allergology and Veterinary Otology 

Dermatology Service and Otology at Regatul Animalelor offers advice, analysis and careful care for pets suffering from skin or ear diseases . 

Personal with postgraduate experience gained from medical specialists and dermatologists in European universities, hospitals and veterinary clinics in the United States.

Consultation services for all the pathologies affecting the skin, ears, nails, and mucous surface.

Diagnosis and treatment of allergic diseases with cutaneous manifestation including intradermal (skin) and in vitro (blood / serum) allergy tests .

Diagnosis and treatment of ear pathologies (the flag, the external auditory canal, middle ear) including video otoscopy.

Routine diagnostic techniques including: scraped skin, cytology and fungal and bacterial culture.

Sampling biopsy in cutaneous pathologies, ear, nails and mucous membranes.

Full range of specialized treatments and veterinary diets for treatment.

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Hours and Appointments

Work schedule: Monday, Wednesday and Friday 09:00-13:00 and Tuesday and Thursday 17:00-20:00 

Consultations are by appointment only. Emergency programming may be requested only by your veterinarian.

To request an appointment: 021 569 91 53 or 0742 301 596 

For emergencies outside the program: 0755 021 160

What to expect

As soon as you arrive, a member of our team will help you in filling in the dermatology form. This form can be downloaded from here or from Online Forms.To shorten the consultation time we encourage you to fill in advance the form before the appointment. Dr. Rareș Căpitan will invite you in the consultation room where you will have discussions regarding what you wrote in the form and any other concerns regarding your pet.
It will then move to a completely thorough skin examination. Typically, routine diagnostic procedures will be carried out at this time: skin cytology, scraped skin, ear drops cytology. Subsequently, it may take 30-40 minutes before Dr. Rareș Căpitan will be able to talk to you about diagnosis and treatment options.

Please give your visit 1.5-3 hours time.

Our mission is to provide you the best diagnosis and therapeutic plan that will help control or resolve skin  or ear diseases of your animal.

Special equipment and technology:

  • Full allergenic testing including:

  • Intradermal test 

  • Serologic testing in vitro (serum or blood)

  • Allergen specific immunotherapy release

  • Videotoscopic examination of the external auditory canal, middle ear assessment and cleaning 

  • Collaboration with EU histopathology services for interpreting biopsy samples

  • Collaboration with other specialists for medical problems that are not related to the skin and affecting other body systems.

Routine diagnostics

  • Flea allergy dermatitis

  • Food allergies

  • Otitis externa and formations of the middle ear

  • Bacterial skin infections

  • Malassezia, skin infections

  • Lick granuloma

  • Demodecosis (scab)

  • Scabies

  • Ear mite

  • Dermatophytosis

  • Eosinophilic complex in cats

  • Miliary dermatitis in cats

  • Skin nodule

  • Fungal skin infections

  • Autoimmune skin diseases

  • Skin disorders: excessive desquamation, excessive moulting

  • Nail disorder

Other diagnoses:

  • Atopic dermatitis

  • Hypothyroidism

  • Hypercortisolism - Cushing's Syndrome

  • Hormonal conditions

  • Leishmaniasis

  Staff:

Dr. Rares Capitan -resident veterinary doctor ECVD (European College of Veterinary Dermatology)

Dr. Silvia Sămăreanu. - internship Veterinary Dermatology at Regatul Animalelor Veterinary Clinic

As. Lucian Bărăscu veterinary student in Bucharest VI year

 As. Adina Delean veterinary student in Bucharest III year 

Tariffs:

  • First dermatological consultation (approximately 1-2 hours) will have a cost of 350 Ron. It includes microscopic examinations that are required: scraped skin, trichograms, cytology, etc..

  • The recheck of patients (approximately 1 hour) will cost 50-100 Ron.

  • Other routine tests that can be performed:

  • Skin cytology (includes all samples approx. 10) will cost 150 Ron..

  • Scraped skin (includes all samples collected) 70 Ron.

  • Some exams may require other supplemented costs being sent to specialized laboratories (anesthesia, interpreting biopsies or release of immunotherapy, blood counts, etc.)

  • If you have concerns about costs or if you depend on a limited budget we encourage you to talk with the dermatological team members early during the dermatological consultation in order to provide you details of prices and to get the best option for you and your pet.

For frequentky asked questions click here 

You can now require an appointment at the dermatology service at Regatul Animalelor Veterinary Clinic at phone no 021 569 91 53 or 0742 301 596  Or here online 

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