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Dermatology

Dermatology is the branch of medicine dealing with the skin. It is a specialty with both medical and surgical aspects.

A dermatologist is a specialist doctor that manages diseases, in the widest sense, and some cosmetic problems of the skin.


Procedure

1. Dermatology Consultation:

A dermatology consultation is a service provided by a dermatologist or dermatology clinic. It can be sometimes for free, or for patients who are seeking the desired advice.
The consultation can be regarding existing problems that affect the skin, lips, mouth, etc. It is advised to visit a dermatologist after every one year.

2. Laser Hair Reduction:

It is one of the most commonly done cosmetic procedures to remove hair follicles; it beams highly concentrated light into hair follicles. The pigment in the follicles absorbs the light. That destroys the hair.

3. Radiofrequency:

Radio-frequency skin tightening is an aesthetic technique that uses radiofrequency (RF) energy to heat tissue and stimulate sub-dermal collagen production to reduce the appearance of fine lines and loose skin.

4. Botox Treatment:

Botox is used medically to treat certain muscular conditions, and cosmetically to remove wrinkles by temporarily paralyzing muscles.

5. Derma-roller I:

A Derma-roller is a skincare device used to help rejuvenate the skin, treat acne scarring, and reduce signs of aging.

6. Laser Treatment:

Different procedures of Laser Treatment –
Q Switch Laser: A quality-switched laser (Q-Switched) is a non-invasive laser that creates high-intensity pulsed beam light, mainly it's used for tattoo removal.
Fractional Laser: This is a non-invasive, microscopic laser that penetrates your skin to encourage new collagen and elastin growth. It softens the wrinkles and scars, fades brown spots, and resurfaces your entire skin tone.

7. Vertigo Surgery:

It is an effective method of treatment for selected, resistant vertigo patches in patients.

8. Wrinkle Treatment:

Wrinkle treatment options are available to help smooth wrinkles or make them less noticeable.

9. Skin Rash Treatment:

Skin rashes are very common and should not be avoided. It can be healed by certain ointments as prescribed by the doctor.

10. Acne Treatment:

Acne is very common and should not be avoided. It can be healed by certain ointments as prescribed by the doctor.

11. Pigmentation:

Pigmentation refers to the coloring of the skin. Skin pigmentation disorders cause changes to the color of your skin. Topical treatments will include ingredients that lighten the skin.

12. Wart Removal:  

The goals of treatment are to destroy the wart, stimulate an immune system response to fight the virus or both. It is removed by using various techniques such as laser treatment, minor surgery varies from doctors to doctors and patients to patients.

13. Phototherapy: 

Light therapy, also known as phototherapy, is the use of ultraviolet (UV) light for its healing effects. Phototherapy has been used worldwide to treat chronic skin conditions such as psoriasis and severe eczema.

14. Hair Fall Treatment:

Most causes of hair loss can be stopped or treated. Anyone troubled by hair loss should see a dermatologist. These doctors specialize in treating our skin, hair, and nails.

15. Laser Hair Removal:  

Using laser light energy to penetrate the hair shaft, it kills the hair root.

16. Mole Removal:

Most moles do not require treatment. A dermatologist will remove a mole that bothersome; unattractive to a patient, suspicious (could be skin cancer).

17. Skin Grafting: 

The Dermatologist uses a surgical blade to remove the mole. In most cases, a specially trained doctor will examine your mole under a microscope.

18. Micro-pigmentation:

In this procedure, your doctor creates blisters on your pigmented skin, usually with suction.

19. Acne Scar Treatment:

Acne scar treatment includes procedures of removing stubborn acnes using the methods of micro-needling, dermabrasion, laser resurfacing etc.

20. Peels:

Different types of peels –

  • Light Chemical Peels: Light chemical peels are used to treat fine wrinkles, areas of dryness, uneven pigmentation, and acne.
  • Medium Chemical Peels: This chemical works well for treating fine surface wrinkles, superficial blemishes, and pigmentation problems.
  • Deep Chemical Peels: Deep peels are used to treat coarse facial wrinkles, blotches caused by aging or sun exposure, and pre-cancerous growths.
  • Glycolic Peel: A quick and effective way to rejuvenate the skin. Dermatologists use a 30% to 40% concentration of glycolic acid, and it stays on your skin for only two or three minutes.
  • Lactic Peel: A chemical peel works by using a chemical. Lactic acid is specifically used to treat hyperpigmentation, age spots.
  • TCA Peels: Trichloroacetic (TCA) Peels is a light chemical peel. The TCA peel is useful for pigmentation irregularities, such as sun-damaged skin and discoloration from pregnancy. It helps wrinkles and other sun damage.
  • Salicylic Peel: Salicylic acid is an ingredient used in salicylic peels. These treatments, which are the safest and most effective when done by a dermatologist, may be just what you need to give your face a polished appearance.
  • Jessner Peels: Jessner peel is a combination of resorcinol, lactic acid, and salicylic acid that can decrease oil production and help heal acne in patients with all skin types.
  • Nomelan Peel: It removes the dirt and debris-filled up in the pores. Moreover, it also stimulates cell renewal in the skin.