Skin is the largest organ in the human body. Hence, it is very necessary to take care of your skin in order to keep it healthy and glowing.
At Manipal Hospitals which is one of best skin hospitals in Jaipur, everything from common acne, acne scar removal, recurrent tinea infection, melasma, tanning, brightening & lighting of whole body, sexual weakness, STDs, laser hair removal, skin allergies to more complex problems such as skin cancers, dermatitis, psoriasis and immune-related skin diseases are dealt with care, compassion and consummate skill.
Along with a new found confidence, thousands of patients from around the world have found long-lasting solutions to their varied dermatological problems at Manipal Hospitals.
Who is a Dermatologist?
A Dermatologist is a medical expert who offers treatment of diseases of the skin, hair, and nails. Skin mirrors the health of the body and is the most visible organ. If someone is experiencing any significant problem with their skin, consulting a dermatologist is advisable.
The conditions treated by medical dermatologists include leg ulcers, leukoderma, psoriasis, acne, blackheads, moles, hair loss, shingles, xerosis and eczema.
Conditions treated under Dermatology
Acne – Most common in young adults and teenagers, acne is a common condition that can be easily treated at a skin care hospital. Dermatologists usually prescribe cleansers, antibiotics and hormonal treatment of laser to treat acne and acne scarring.
Eczema – Causing red, itchy and scaly rashes, eczema usually develops in early childhood and is common in people who have a family history. The treatment includes the application of certain ointments and creams that offer relief from itching. Also, the cause of allergy can be determined through allergy panel testing.
STDs – Sexually transmitted diseases, sexual weakness, white discharge and other puberty related problems can be diagnosed & managed by a dermatologist.
Hair Loss – Also called Alopecia, hair loss is a common condition in both men and women. Hormonal changes, thyroid imbalance, anaemia, burns, ageing, stress and skin infections are few common causes of hair loss. Contacting a dermatologist as earliest is advised to those experiencing a sudden loss of hair.
Psoriasis – It is a common skin condition that can last for years or lifelong. In this condition, the skin cells form scales, dry and itchy patches on the skin. The treatment offered by a dermatologist aims at stopping the skin cells from proliferating and removing scales.
Leukoderma – Also known as Vitiligo, leukoderma causes loss of skin colour when pigment-producing cells stop functioning or die. Leukoderma can affect any part of the body and can be treated medically or surgically. Timely treatment is advisable.
Shingles – Also known as Herpes Zoster, Shingles causes painful rashes with blisters on the skin. It is caused by reactivation of the chickenpox virus in the body. This condition can be prevented by vaccine and treated with antiviral medication.
Leg Ulcers – Also known as Stasis Ulcer, leg ulcer is a wound on the ankle or leg caused by damaged or abnormal veins.
Moles – Mole is a disorder of pigment-producing skin cells that are usually self-diagnosable. This condition can be treated permanently by Punch Grafting.
Treatment & Procedures
- Cosmetic Dermatology
- Dermato Surgery
- Occupational Dermatosis
- Paediatric Dermatology
- Psoriasis Therapy
- Vitiligo Surgery