- (502) 2380-9916, 2473-7831 in Guatemala
- (305) 360-8409 in Miami
- Spanish, English
- Punto Medico Plaza, Vía Majadas
26 Avenida 5-90, zona 11
2nd floor, office #8
Guatemala City, Central America
- Monday - Friday: 09:30 am to 6:30 pm
Dr. Eva Emperatriz Oliva de Bolaños provides outstanding dermatology services to children and adults who depend on her skills, experience and honesty to give them successful results for medical problems regarding hair, skin and nails. Safe, healthy and innovative treatment methods cure skin infections, regenerate cells and rejuvenate aging skin.
Dr. Oliva began her professional career in 2002 and is now the medical director of the Puntoderma Dermatology Clinic in Las Majadas commercial center of Guatemala City. Dr. Oliva is currently on the Board of Directors of the Guatemalan Academy of Dermatology, and regularly attends international medical conventions throughout Latin America, either as a invited speaker or as a participant in workshops for up-to-date training in the most recent dermatological advances. She is also a faculty member of the medical school of Rafael Landívar University, training graduate students and consulting in their research studies and thesis presentations. Among her patients, students, and other doctors, she is well-respected for being ethical, honest and sincere in both business and personal practices.
For the comfort of her patients, the doctor’s devotion is to maintain your health and beauty in perfect harmony, through medical, surgical and cosmetic treatments. Dr. Oliva spends all the time required to examine and evaluate various aspects of the patient’s health status, knowing that the skin is normally a reflection of underlaying systemic conditions. From integral treatments of routine problems to the resolution of complex cases, patients trust her expertise and guidance. She expertly manages the dermatology problems of newborn babies and of her elderly patients who need extra special attention.
Certain skin conditions are often misdiagnosed and inadequately treated by friends, or even doctors, who are unaware of their nature. In cases of allergies, moles, acne, stretch marks, scars, fungal infections, care of wounds and burns, Dr. Oliva provides regular monitoring, always considering the level of acute or chronic conditions in the skin. Resolution of skin conditions normally rely on conventional treatment guidelines, but Dr. Oliva believes that there will always be an innovative method that solves the problem in a new way.
Various minor surgical procedures are performed by Dr. Oliva at the Puntoderma Clinic every day. Skin cancer is always a concern for patients, so she will take a biopsy (tissue sample) for comprehensive study, so there is no doubt about the cancerous nature of blemishes on the skin. At the clinic, she will remove benign or pre-malignant tumors, or cauterize unwanted spots with cryotherapy. At your first consultation, you will be informed about the importance of protecting your skin from direct sun and artificial ultraviolet rays. Dr. Oliva says, “Using sun block is the best anti-aging protection and should be used every day.”
Dr. Oliva uses the most up-to-date innovative options for anti-aging treatments to regenerate, revitalize and rejuvenate the skin. Peels, botulin toxin injection (Botox®), hyaluronic acid, mesotherapy and intra-dermatherapy with biostimulating growth factors renew cells in all the skin layers promoting collagen production. The doctor has recently introduced the use of bioactive enzymes, for localized treatment of cellulite, sagging, scars and stretch marks. The liquid is drained from problem areas with a technique that does not cause pain or irritation. This new method defines the “Art of aging gracefully”.
Dr. Eva Oliva invites anyone with worrisome skin conditions to visit her at Puntoderma, to benefit from her personal commitment to providing high-quality health services in an environment of care, warmth and well-being. She supports each patient with her positive attitude and medical talent, guiding them toward optimal health with clearly defined goals for success.
Puntoderma Clinica Quirúrgica y Cosmética, Practica Privada en Dermatologia, Guatemala. Puntoderma Cosmetic and Surgical Clinic, Private Practice in Guatemala City, since 2008
Universidad Rafael Landívar, Facultad de Medicina, Guatemala. University Medical School
Universidad de Francisco Marroquín, Instituto de Dermatología y Cirugía de Piel – INDERMA
Academia Guatemalteca de Dermatologia y Cirugía de Piel. Guatemalan Academy of Dermatology and Skin Surgery
Sociedad Centroamericana y del Caribe de Dermatología
Congreso Multimédica Interdisciplinaria
World Rendezvous on Dermatology
International Academy of Cosmetic Dermatology
Cámara de Comercio de Guatemala – 10º Congreso de Mujeres Líderes Guatemaltecas. Guatemalan Chamber of Commerce – 10th Annual Congress of Guatemalan Women Leaders.
Colegio Ibero-Latinoamericano de Dermatología – CILAD
Colegio de Médicos y Cirujanos de Guatemala
Congreso Nacional de Dermatología
Congreso Centroamericano y del Caribe de Dermatología
Instituto de Dermatología y Cirugía de Piel – INDERMA, Guatemala
Congreso Mundial de Dermatologia Cosmetica. World Congress of Cosmetic Dermatology
American Academy of Dermatology
Asociación Guatemalteca de Dermatología Guatemalan Association of Dermatology
Congreso Internacional de Dermatología Cosmética, Laser y Pelo. International Congress of Cosmetic Dermatology, Laser and Hair Procedures
Asociación Panameña de Dermatología.
Confederación Centroamericana de Asociaciones Científicas de Estudiantes de Medicina- CASOCEM
Expositora y Congresista en Eventos Medicos y Cientificos:
Congresista: Congreso Latinoamericano de Medicina Biológica y Terapias Alternativas de Enfermedades Degenerativas, Guatemala, 1996.
Universidad de Francisco Marroquin – UFM.
Instituto de Dermatología y Cirugía de Piel – INDERMA.
Universidad de San Carlos – USAC, Facultad de Ciencias Médicas, Guatemala
Cursos y Talleres de Educación Continua: Continuing Education and Workshop Courses:
Introducción a la Anatomopatologìa y Necropsias Clínicas, Guatemala, 1996.
“Prevalencia de eritrodisestesia palmoplantar en pacientes con cáncer de mama en Instituto de Cancerología INCAN, Guatemala”
“Calidad de Vida en Pacientes con Melasma”
“Presencia de factores maternos y neonatales con la presencia de hallazgos cutáneos en pacientes recién nacidos, atendidos en el Hospital Roosevelt”
“Conocimientos, actitudes y prácticas sobre fotoprotección en estudiantes de la carrera de Medicina de la Universidad Rafael Landívar”
“Uso adecuado de protector solar en policías de seguridad privada de empresa grupo Élite”
“Eficacia de Polypodium Leucotomos en el tratamiento de Psoriasis Vulgar”
“Nueva técnica de levantamiento de punta de nariz con toxina botulínica”
“Tratamiento quirúrgico con sacabocado en Foliculitis Queloidea Nucae”
“Caracterización epidemiológica, clínica y terapéutica de pacientes con Insuficiencia Venosa Superficial”
In addition to her profession, Dr. Oliva de Bolaños enjoys clinical photography, a hobby that allows her to document the remarkable progress of her patients dermatological conditions in an artistic fashion. In addition, she created a novel way of educatinig her patients about various skin diseases via the “dermatological cubes” (link to photo gallery). She prints the pictures of various dermatological conditions over the cube’s surface, helping her expose the features of theses diseases.
Dr. Oliva is also a frequent guest speaker at the “Mundo en Tacones (The World in Heels)”, a popular radio talkshow conducted by women, for women. Offering an interesting perspective, distinguished women discuss topics like entrepeneurship, beauty, health and advice for “enjoying the feminine side of life”. During this space she often talks about how she’s able to manage time between her busy practice, academic activities and family obligations. She enjoys family activities with her two school-aged children and their English bulldog. In the words of Dr. Oliva, “I find that the quality time I enjoy by participating in these extracurricular activities is so rewarding and makes the effort well worth it”.
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Dr. Eva Oliva regularly volunteers in community health medical missions, where she treats low-income patients suffering from skin diseases. She contributes to the prevention of skin cancer by giving educational talks to young people about the importance of protecting your skin against sun damage.
The doctor also participates in the Campaign for the Prevention of Skin Cancer every year, by conducting suspicious spot checks for event visitors in Cayalá, Zone 16 of Guatemala City. This dermatology campaign is promoted by the renowned skin care product manufacturer La Roche-Posay, who recently recognized Dr. Oliva for her valuable contribution.
During her post-graduate training, Dr. Oliva de Bolaños designed an experimental intervention in which twenty patients with psoriasis were studied and treated. Psoriasis is an autoimmune skin disease that produces silver colored scales, and the treatment plan developed by the doctor showed excellent results. This intervention resulted in a significant improvement in the quality of life for these patients.