Dermatology

Dermatology

dermatology

“Beauty is feeling good in your own skin”

Skin is the body’s largest organ and playsan important and vital role in protecting your body, so you should keep it as healthy as you can. The department of dermatology is dedicated to provide superior level of skin care to patients. From treating recurrent skin problems to performing various facial treatments, treating acne and maintaining healthy skin, our skilled dermatologists provide patients with a range of world-class services and personalized care. We offer specialized expert care for a wide variety of dermatological conditions like acne, dermatitis, and skin infections. Our experts also offer the most advanced anti-ageing technology and treatments.

Following are the services offered in the Dermatology department –

1. Microdermabrasion

Microdermabrasion is a painless, non-invasive, skin rejuvenating, low risk, and machine assisted skin exfoliating treatment. It is a simple, quick and painless cosmetic treatment. Microdermabrasion requires no needles or anesthesia and is not a laser. This treatment helps to gently exfoliate the surface layer of the skin using abrasion and suction which helps improve the appearance of the skin by reducing the fine lines, early sun damage, mild acne marks, however it cannot be used for deep acne scars or deep wrinkles. This treatment helps to gently remove ‘plaque’ and skin debris. Skin becomes noticeably smooth and absorbs moisture better. Though face is the most common area treated by microdermabrasion, any skin area including neck, chest, back and hands may be treated as well.

2. Chemical peels

Chemical peels can help improve the appearance of skin. A chemical solution is generally applied to the skin, which makes it ‘blister’ and finally peel off. The new skin that grows is usually smooth and less wrinkled than the old skin. This treatment is done for the face, neck or hands and can be used to –

  • Reduce fine lines under the eyes and around the mouth
  • Treat wrinkles, damaged skin caused by sun and ageing
  • Improve the appearance of mild scars
  • Treat certain type of acne
  • Improve the look and feel of skin
  • Reduce spots, freckles and dark patches

Post a chemical peel, skin is temporarily more sensitive to the sun, so it is recommended to wear sunscreen of SPF 30 and above daily. There is a low risk of scarring in certain areas of the face. Some people may be more likely to scar. If scarring does happen, it can usually be treated with good results. Basis your skin type, your dermatologist will help you determine the most appropriate type of chemical peel treatmentto opt for – Superficial peel, Medium peel, Deep peel. Before you proceed with a chemical peel treatment, your doctor will inform you on things to do and not to do to get the best results.

3. Acne Treatment

Acne is not associated with teenagers only, women in their 30s, 40s and 50s also suffer from acne. Typically acne is observed to appear on those areas of the skin that have the most oil glands such as – face, neck, chest, back and shoulders. Four main factors that cause acne are – oil production, dead skin cells, clogged pores and bacteria. Certain aspects that may aggravate acnes are – hormones, certain medications, diet and stress. Though having greasy foods, dirt accumulated on the skin or wearing cosmetics seem to be the most probable reasons for acne, it’s not true. Letting acne run its own course is a common myth, however without treatment dark spots and permanent scars can appear on the skin as acne clears. Acne treatment can help boost an individual’s self-esteem, for which many effective treatments are available. With the right guidance from your dermatologist, you can get rid of acne and scars, leaving you with a beautiful and radiant skin.

4. Scar removal

Skin is a seamless organ, a valuable asset. One small scar can make a big difference on how it looks. A scar can be caused due to burns, injury or even a surgery. Scarring is a natural part of a healing process after any injury. There are various types of scars like – keloid scars, contracture scars, hypertrophic scars and acne scars. A scar can never completely go away but there are various procedures that help heal your scars and keep new ones from forming such as – soft tissue fillers, laser resurfacing, dermabrasion, chemical peeling, needling or rolling and botox injections. However, to determine what treatment suitsyou, it’s best to consult your dermatologist to discuss the pros and cons of each procedure that will help treat the scars and improve your complexion.

5. Mesotherapy

A versatile and minimally invasive treatment with medications injected into the mesoderm which melt the fats that persists despite exercising and following a healthy diet. A specialized injector known as Mesogun is used for this treatment. Mesotherapy is also termed as cellulite treatment. This treatment can effectively treat pigmentation issues, fine lines and wrinkles and also take care of scars and firm the skin. This helps rejuvenate the skin due to its fantastic results. Body contouring can also be achieved through Mesotherapy. It helps remove, dissolve or melt away localized fat in areas of chin, inner thighs, flanks, under arms etc. Fat here is removed through excretion. Mesotherapy works well for cellulite as well. It effectively removes the fat dimly present on the legs, thighs and buttocks. It is also an ideal option for hair growth. The medications used help the weak follicles gain strength by providing them with the much needed nutrition, improving the overall condition of hair. The medications will vary depending upon the condition being treated and its severity.

6. Botox

Botox also known as botulinum toxin type A, is made from a bacteria that causes botulism. Botox injections are primarily used to reduce the appearance of wrinkles on the face. They are also used to treat problems such as repetitive neck spasms, excessive sweating, overactive bladder and lazy eye. Botox injections also helps prevent chronic migraines in few people. Severe underarm sweating, uncontrolled blinking or spasm of the eyelid, wherein the eyes do not point in the same direction, can be treated with botox injections. To get maximum and best results from this procedure, it’s always recommended to consult your dermatologist to get a complete understanding on the concerns, type of treatment and post-treatment care to be taken.

7. Liquid Nitrogen Cryotherapy

A minimally invasive procedure using liquid nitrogen to freeze and destroy the abnormal tissues which need to be eliminated. The mechanism of destruction in cryotherapy is necrosis, which results from the freezing and thawing of cells. Cryotherapy is standard treatment to destroy or get rid of warts. This procedure is used if the salicylic acid treatment has not successfully removed the wart or if a quick treatment is required. The good and promising cosmetic results, low cost and ease of use are few of the many advantages of a cryotherapy procedure. The adverse effects are usually minor and short-lived. There is a small chance of infection being associated with cryotherapy. Few of the signs include –

  • Increased pain, swelling, redness
  • Discharge of pus
  • Mild fever

However, if done carefully, this procedure poses very little risk of scarring.

To book an appointment with our Dermatologist for any of the above procedures,
please call us on 04 285 9880 / 04 459 9904

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