Clear and glowing skin is the dream of every person. It enhances your beauty and boosts your confidence. Gleneagles Global Hospitals Department of Dermatology excels at diagnosing and treating conditions affecting your skin, hair and nails. The team of dermatologists is highly skilled and the expert staff provides the best care to the patients1.
Our group of doctor expertise in diagnosing complex skin diseases and also research for novel therapies to provide you with the best of care and treatments. We have well equipped labs with trained physicians who utilize advanced conventional surgical techniques for the effective treatment of a wide range of skin conditions, skin cancer and other dermatological problems1.
Depending on your condition and skin type, we offer various treatment options. They are:
Get checked and avail the best treatment with the best team of dermatologists for a glowing and healthy skin.
Cleansing plays an important role in the skin care. Washing your skin removes the dirt and bacteria. Using warm water for cleaning the skin helps your skin from getting dry. Use of strong soaps may change the pH balance of your skin and cause itching, redness, and flaking. So, use of liquid cleanser or mild soap would benefit you.
Moisturizing the skin is important as it protects from dryness and acts as a protective layer for the skin. If you have dry skin, you must avoid alcohol-based products and if you have oily skin, avoid oil-based products.
Your skin produces vitamin D when exposed to the sun. Vitamin D keeps your skin and bones healthy. However, excess exposure to sunlight can damage your skin and increases the risk of skin cancer. Use of sunscreen lotion can prevent damage to the skin due to sunlight.
Eating a balanced diet provides various nutrients that keep your skin healthy. Diet rich in Vitamin-A including fruits, vegetables, low-fat products, low salt and added sugars keeps your skin healthy and also help maintain proper body weight.
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Radiofrequency Cautery is a surgical procedure used for the management of various skin problems such as wart, corn, mole, tumor, and skin tag. This is a minimally invasive procedure which involves passage of radiofrequency waves through the soft tissue to coagulate or remove the affected tissue.
Your surgeon uses topical or local anesthesia to render the procedure painless. The Global team of Dermatologists uses adequate sterile measures while performing the procedure. During the procedure, high frequency waves are passed into the affected tissue by using an active electrode. Depending on the size and the depth of the lesion, healing may occur within five to 10 days. Your doctor may prescribe oral antibiotics to assist the healing process.
Microdermabrasion is a noninvasive procedure used to improve oily or dull skin, enlarged pores, mild acne scars, uneven pigmentation, and clogged pores. Generally, there are two methods for microderabrasion:
The advantages of microdermabrasion include immediate result with no pain and side effects, improved look for scars and acne.
Skin biopsy is a procedure which involves removal of sample of skin tissue to examine under the microscope. A skin biopsy is indicated to distinguish between different types of skin rashes or lesions, and to confirm the skin cancer. A biopsy provides the information of the type of the skin lesion and also determines the treatment regimen. There are several methods to obtain a skin sample which includes shave biopsy, punch biopsy and excision. Before starting the procedure, a local anesthetic is administered to numb the area.
The dentist or hygienist will fill horseshoe-shaped trays with a soft, gelatin-like material and place them over your upper or lower teeth. After a few minutes the trays are removed to create a dental cast of your mouth. The dentist may ask you to bite on a soft material to get a dental cast of your bite. He/she will then evaluate the dental problems of the person.