Dermatology & Cosmetology
The skin, as the largest organ of the body covering the entire outside of the body, serves many vital functions, from providing protection and regulating body temperature, to storing water, fat and vitamin D, and sensorial stimulation. All three layers of the skin—the epidermis, dermis, and subcutaneous layer—are subject to a variety of common diseases, like acne, eczema, hives, impetigo, melanoma, moles, psoriasis, rosacea, common warts, fungal infections, skin cancers and some life-threatening skin diseases such as pemphigus, scleroderma and lupus erythematous.
The Ebnesina Dermatology clinic have a team of highly skilled professionals that includes a dermatologists and qualified nurses dedicated to providing the highest level of care to our patients, with a comprehensive and thorough approach to patient care. Our experts constantly hone their expertise through regular training and skill up-gradation programmes to stay on top of rapid advances in dermatology.
We are proud to be the referral center of choice for the treatment of many skin diseases as well as for advanced cosmetic procedures. Listed below are a few services among many that the center provides:
- Removal of birthmarks, acne, warts, eczema (dermatitis)
- Skin surgery
- skin laser
- Counseling and excellent treatments for sexually transmitted diseases like herpes, genital wart
- Services for children and adolescents, from birthmarks to acne, warts, eczema, skin care regimens, this clinic.
- Skin tags, moles and other unwanted or benign excesses are easily removed by expert doctors and with different methods.
- Screening, at annual visits, the skin is examined from head to toe and suspicious skin lesions are removed and examined for abnormalities.
Hospital dermatologists always perform procedures such as skin tissue removal and skin incision. In many cases of benign and malignant, surgery may be required, some of which are mentioned below:
- Tissue removal: This method is used to detect excess elements and skin diseases such as skin cancer.
- Surgical excision: This method is usually used after previous tissue removal (for example, skin cancer or abnormal mole) or removal of a benign tumor such as a skin cyst.
- Cryotherapy: In this method, liquid nitrogen is used to first freeze and then remove skin appendages. The most common use of this method is in the treatment of warts, but it may also be used to treat some other skin appendages.
- Photodynamic therapy: This method is used to treat precancerous conditions such as actinic keratosis, actinic skin damage and skin damaged by sunlight.
- Beauty Botox: Botox injection is used to treat and remove wrinkles caused by years of different postures, such as looking to the left and frowning. By injecting a very small amoun