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•Pimples • Acne Scar Treatment • Wrinkles • Melasma • Hairfall • Laser Hair Removal • Chemical Peels • Dermal Fillers/Anti-wrinkle Injections • Mole Removal • Vitiligo Surgery

Dandruff

Dandruff is a common condition that causes the skin on the scalp to flake. It isn’t contagious or serious. But it can be embarrassing and difficult to treat. Mild dandruff can be treated with a gentle daily shampoo. If that doesn’t work, a medicated shampoo may help.

Hair Fall

Millions of people develop these signs of hair loss, which tend to appear gradually. These signs can be subtle, so you may have hair loss for months or years before you notice it. Effective treatment for hair loss begins with finding the cause. To get an accurate diagnosis, it helps to see a board-certified dermatologist. Our doctors have in-depth knowledge about the many causes of hair loss and experience treating the diverse causes..

Premature Grey Hair

Premature graying of hair (PGH) is defined as graying of hair before the age of 30 years in general population. It can severely affect the self-esteem of an individual. Consult your doctor for the right treatment.

Brittle Hair

Brittle hair is basically a combination of frizzy, split-ended, dull, dry, lackluster hair. Just like dry skin, it presents itself differently, from mild dullness to full-blown hair loss and breakage. Dry, brittle hair shouldn’t be taken lightly— it’s something that must be treated. Brittle hair could be the result of a number of things, right from constant heat styling, to medical conditions, such as malnutrition, hypothyroidism and a biotin deficiency.

Unwanted Facial Hair

When it comes to removing unwanted hair, you have options. With so much misinformation available about these options, it can be difficult to know which one(s) is best for you. To help you make an informed decision, talk to your dermatologist. Dermatologists offer hair removal treatments, which include laser hair removal and a prescription cream that can slow hair growth on a woman’s face.

Growth Factor Therapy

Growth Factor Therapy is a relatively technological advanced technique for hair regrowth which involves separating the growth factors from plant based enzymes and injecting them into the scalp to facilitate hair growth.

Laser Hair Reduction

Laser Hair Reduction is the process in which a Laser beam is targeted at the hair follicles to destroy them in order to hinder the hair growth there. Laser Hair Removal involves specially approved Lasers whose type, intensity and wavelength vary with the nature of the skin of the person to be treated. A concentrated beam of light is aimed at hair. The light is absorbed by the pigment, which damages the follicle enough to retard future growth. Lasers can remove hair for anywhere for durations ranging from several months to years, as the results differ widely from person to person

Electrolysis

Electrolysis is the method of removing individual hair from the face or the body. It involves inserting a very fine probe into the hair follicle in order to destroy the growth centre of the hair with either of chemical or heat energy. Post this, the hair is removed with the help of tweezers. Electrolysis is most commonly done for hair eyebrows, face, abdomen, thighs and breasts. It is also done for grey hair which do not respond to lasers. Selecting the right Electrologist Considering the nature of the procedure, it is very important that you do enough prior research about the dermatologist or Electrologist i.e. the person who will perform the procedure. This is because any wrongly executed procedure will result unnecessary discomfort, pain and sometimes even scars.