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7 months ago dermatology , skin

Achieving Youthful Aging: Top Surgical and Non-Surgical Anti-Aging Treatments

Everyone has heard of aging gracefully, but not many people think about aging youthfully. Youthful aging requires looking at age in a different light, and instead of fighting the aging process, taking steps to promote youthfulness throughout our years. Youthful aging sustains confidence and self-image, no matter what age a person is. Everyone deserves to feel amazing in their skin, especially as they age. Your golden years shouldn’t be filled with a negative self-image but instead full of the radiance and wisdom age can bring. Here are some ways you can promote youthful aging in your own life.

Facial Cosmetic Surgery And Its Benefits

A great way to promote youthful aging is through anti-aging procedures. Cosmetic procedures aid in tightening the skin, contouring the jaw and cheekbones, and brightening the eyes. Procedures like facelift, brow lifts, and eyelid lifts bring youthful rejuvenation back to the face. Patients who undergo facial cosmetic surgery can experience youthful benefits such as:

  • Eliminate fine lines around the forehead, eyes, and mouth
  • Tighten loose skin around the cheeks, neck, and jaw
  • Improve facial contours and rejuvenate facial skin
  • Reduce the appearance of crow’s feet
  • Correct asymmetry in the face
  • Reduce sun damage on the skin

There are many incredible benefits to undergoing these procedures. Most patients report feeling years younger and regain their sense of confidence and well-being. Anti-aging procedures provide more than just turning back the clock for your skin. They allow the patient to look like they feel on the inside and maintain a youthful glow for decades to come. Some standard surgical procedures include:

  • Eyelid Lift to correct any sagging or aging around the eyes
  • Rhinoplasty or other nose-altering surgeries
  • Facelift
  • Neck lift
  • Laser skin resurfacing to eliminate skin damage and scars

The Power Of Medical-Grade Skincare

 Skin absorbs everything we put on it, including all the toners, serums, and creams we invest in. With all of the self-proclaimed “miracle” skincare, finding the best options for your skin can be challenging. Over-the-counter skin care isn’t necessarily wrong for a person’s skin, but it doesn’t provide the high-quality ingredients that promote youthful aging like medical-grade skincare. Medical-grade skincare can penetrate the skin deeper than over-the-counter products, providing better hydration, cleaning, and correction for all skin types. Additionally, the ingredients are more concentrated and perform at a higher rate than brands one finds in the drugstore.

Medical-grade skincare is FDA-approved and tested skincare that has been proven to benefit the skin in various ways. It contains higher-quality ingredients such as:

  • Peptides
  • Antioxidants
  • Retinol

In addition to the improved ingredients, they often contain more significant amounts of these ingredients than over-the-counter skincare. Medical-grade skincare also eliminates the trial-and-error process that comes with over-the-counter skincare. These products are tested and work for each patient’s unique skin. Medical-grade skincare can be personalized, and certain products target individual concerns. Dermatologists and Raleigh plastic surgeons can both prescribe medical-grade skincare for patients.

A More Personalized Approach

One of the best ways to promote youthful aging is to work with your provider to create a personalized approach for your skin. Experienced cosmetic surgeons can combine surgical and non-surgical techniques to rejuvenate the skin and revitalize the face. Every patient is unique; some patients may need more skincare than surgical procedures, while others may require more. Combining medical-grade skincare with cosmetic procedures produces the best results for youthful aging. The right provider will be more than willing to create a custom and personalized plan for every patient.

Embrace Youthful Aging

Ultimately, youthful aging combines the idea of aging gracefully with treatments to promote a youthful appearance. By embracing the idea of aging and actively working to create rejuvenated, youthful skin, patients can experience the incredible benefits of youthful aging. Gaining confidence in who you are can also provide excellent benefits. Confidence will help the patient make informed and better decisions about surgical and non-surgical techniques to provide radiant, young skin. The benefits of embracing youthful aging include the following:

  •  Increased mental health
  • Easier time falling and staying asleep
  • Reduced chances of migraines
  • Improved self-confidence and self-image

Overall, embracing youthful aging can significantly change a patient’s life. By choosing to change certain signs of aging and accept the rest gracefully, a patient can experience the joys and wonders of aging without stressing about their appearance. No one should have to accept fine lines or sagging skin without a plan in action. Youthful aging is one of the greatest benefits of the modern age.

Conclusion

Youthful aging with surgical and non-surgical treatment significantly improves a patient’s confidence and self-image. Dr. Jindal, a Raleigh plastic surgeon at Jindal Institute of Youthful Aging, has provided youthful aging procedures and treatments for decades. Through his care and dedication, Dr. Jindal knows how to help every patient on their unique journey to age youthfully and gracefully. 

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7 months ago dermatology

Will Breast Implants Last A Lifetime?

What Are Breast Implants?

Breast implants are a great option for women who want to enhance their breast size, improve breast shape, or create flattering body proportions. Breast augmentation improves self-confidence, fixes breast asymmetry, and can improve breast appearance after pregnancy, breastfeeding, and the effects of age. Choosing to undergo breast surgery is a major life decision that every woman should feel well-informed about before deciding if it’s right for them.

Breast implants do not last forever. However, many FDA-approved implant options can last for ten to twenty years. The two main options for breast implants are silicone and saline. Saline implants are the safest type of implant but do not give the most natural look or feel. Silicone implants are still extremely safe and provide a more natural look to the breasts. The newest type of implant, the “Gummy Bear” implant, is a silicone implant with an adhesive gel preventing the silicone from leaking into the body if the implant ruptures.

The Average Lifespan of Breast Implants

The average lifespan of breast implants is around ten to twenty years. In rare cases, some women can have implants for over twenty years. It’s common for many women to have replacement surgery around the ten-year mark due to wanting to improve their implants or complications with the implants. However, breast implants do not have an expiration date. As long as there are no complications and a woman is happy with her implants, she can keep them as long as she would like. It’s important to maintain yearly visits with your surgeon to ensure the implants are still in good condition.

Signs You Need Replacement Implants

Most women don’t experience complications with breast augmentation and keep them for ten to twenty years before needing a replacement. Most replacements are done to get ahead of any complications that could arise. However, there are signs you may need an implant replacement.

Capsular Contracture

Capsular contracture, or “breast hardening,” occurs when scar tissue hardens around the implants. This can cause various issues, including tightness, breast pain, and tenderness. It can also cause the implant to move higher on the chest or become asymmetrical.

Implant Rupture

Both saline and silicone implants can sometimes rupture. When a saline implant ruptures, the saline will immediately deflate, alerting the woman to the rupture. The change in breast size will be drastic and noticeable. Sometimes it happens all at once, like a balloon pop, or sometimes it happens over the course of a few days, like a balloon deflating. When a silicone implant ruptures, it won’t be as noticeable as when a saline implant ruptures. However, women may feel a slight burning in their breasts, indicating silicone rupture. Any rupture of breast implants will require an implant replacement.   

Rippling

Rippling is when an implant develops wrinkles or “ripples” below the skin. This can occur from weight loss, scarring, or volume loss with saline implants. Many women can also feel the rippling and may want to have an implant replacement to correct the look and feel of the breast.

Implant Malposition

Implant malposition occurs due to gravity, age, loss of skin elasticity, or weight changes. Breast implants begin to move and shift as a woman ages and can settle in less-than-ideal spots. They can settle in the bottom of the breast tissue, which is the most common area for implants to settle with time. They can also settle on the sides of the breasts or higher up on the breasts. Typically, this is a result of capsular contracture. If any of this occurs, many women will want an implant replacement, as the placement can be uncomfortable and look unnatural.

Prolonging The Lifespan of Implants

You can prolong the lifespan of your implants by following a few rules and recommendations. First, follow your surgeon’s post-op recovery rules. The cosmetic surgeon will have you wear a surgical bra to help with the swelling and healing process. You should not exercise, sleep on your chest, or raise your arms above your head while you heal.

After the recovery period, there are a few ways to maintain the longevity of your implants. It’s important to wear bras that fit and support your breasts. Try to avoid sleeping on your stomach or sides, don’t smoke, maintain a healthy weight, avoid any weight on the breast area, and maintain follow-up appointments with your cosmetic surgeon to ensure your breast implants are in good condition.

Conclusion

While implants won’t last a lifetime, implant replacement surgery is beneficial for aiding any issues that arise with implants and time. However, there are ways to ensure your implants remain in good condition for a long time, by wearing supportive bras, maintaining a healthy weight and lifestyle, and protecting your implants from harsh impact. The best way to promote implant longevity is to work with a board-certified cosmetic surgeon and follow all post-op and implant instructions.  

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7 months ago dermatology

Breast Augmentation in your 20s, 30s, 40s & 50s

Introduction to Breast Augmentation

Breast augmentation surgery is one of the most sought-after cosmetic procedures. Women of all ages experience breast augmentation benefits, like renewed confidence, restored breast tissue, and a curvy figure. There is no right or wrong age to consider undergoing this procedure. However, knowing how breast implants respond to different ages is important. Ultimately, no matter what age you are, choosing to get breast implants is completely up to you, so it’s important to be informed of the different outcomes different ages experience.  

Implants In Your 20s

Many young women are unhappy with their breasts due to various reasons. Although waiting until you are over 18 is recommended, as your body is done developing by then. Asymmetrical breasts or small breasts are some causes for young women to want breast implants.

The main benefit of having breast augmentation surgery in your 20s is recovery. Since your body is young and able to heal quickly, the recovery process will be faster and easier.

Some cons of undergoing breast augmentation at a young age have to have future implant replacements, as breast implants do not last forever. It’s common for women to have implant replacement around the ten-year mark, but some women can go longer. Another thing to consider is future pregnancy. If you plan on breastfeeding, your surgeon must use surgical

all techniques that do not interfere with breastfeeding abilities.

It’s also important to remember that undergoing breast augmentation is a permanent decision, so talk to your cosmetic surgeon about your options.

Implants In Your 30s

Choosing to get breast implants in your 30s is the most common and ideal time. By the time you are in your 30s, you typically have a better understanding of exactly what you want and can get ahead of changing breasts due to age. Breasts and aging can affect the density and tissue, causing your breasts to begin to sag.

Knowing your body is important to deciding whether breast augmentation is right for you. If you already have children and do not plan on breastfeeding, this could be an ideal time for breast implants. However, many women have not had children and plan on having them in the future. It’s best to wait until after pregnancy for breast implants, but your surgeon can use certain techniques to preserve breastfeeding abilities.  

 Breast augmentation is most commonly performed on women in their 30s. Typically, women are in the best financial standing to afford the surgery and are in good health, making recovery much easier than when they are older.

Implants In Your 40s

In your 40s, age starts to have a glaring impact on your breast tissue. Breast density lowers, and fatty tissue begins to weigh the natural height of your breast tissue down. Many women see the benefits of breast augmentation during this time in their lives. Additionally, most women are past the era of childbearing and do not need to worry about the impact of breast implants on pregnancy or breastfeeding.

Many women in their 40s undergo breast augmentation as a part of a mommy makeover procedure. Because they have had children and their bodies have faced permanent changes, a mommy makeover can greatly impact their mental and physical lives. If you want other procedures, such as a tummy tuck or liposuction, adding a breast augmentation can change your entire physique.

Implants In Your 50s

Most women think their 50s are too old to undergo breast augmentation surgery, but that’s not the case. Today, more and more women in their 50s are wanting breast implants. As long as your health is good and you don’t smoke, you can receive breast implants. However, there are more stipulations and recovery effects that you should be aware of.

First, it is recommended that you have a mammogram before undergoing breast augmentation surgery. Because your breast structure changes drastically as you age, a mammogram will give your surgeon a clearer picture of that structure. It also provides insight into any possible complications or risks before the procedure.

Second, most women who want breast implants do so because they’re experiencing changing breasts. It is often recommended to undergo a breast lift along with breast augmentation. When your breasts begin to sag and lose elasticity due to age, implants can worsen the sagging. A breast lift negates this effect, and the two can be performed together.  

The final thing that is important for women in their 50s to remember is that the recovery process might be a bit harder and longer. Your body does not bounce back as easily as someone in their 20s, and any underlying health conditions can impact the healing process.

Conclusion

Overall, there is no right age or wrong age to undergo plastic surgery. As long as you are healthy and over 18, your cosmetic surgeon can help guide you through your breast augmentation and give you the best insights to help you achieve your perfect figure.

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9 months ago dermatology

Exploring the Longevity of Breast Augmentation: When is it Time for Replacement?

Breast implants are a medical device used to increase breast size and enhance breast shape. Placed during a surgery known as breast augmentation, the implants and the surgery that places them are the most popular and common plastic surgery in the United States with hundreds of thousands of people undergoing breast augmentation every year.

Getting breast implants is not always a purely cosmetic decision for patients. Many patients get breast implants to reconstruct the breasts or address extreme asymmetry. Out of all plastic surgeries, breast augmentation has one of the highest satisfaction rates. Another common misconception is that breast implants are permanent.

Modern breast implants are designed to be long lasting, but not necessarily permanent. After ten years, the risk of rupture or similar weakening of the breast implant shell goes up. While silicone leaks are largely a thing of the past, patients should still consider replacing their implants at some point after the ten year mark. Though, this is not a requirement. If a patient is not having problems and is still happy, there is not a reason to replace them.

Today’s silicone breast implants—in comparison to older versions—contain a more cohesive silicone gel. This makes them significantly less likely to leak and remain within the shell in the rare event of a rupture.

Different Types of Breast Implants

There are two primary types of breast implants: saline and silicone. Each has unique pros and cons which patients must consider carefully when picking out their breast implants. By far the most popular breast implant option is silicone, but they are not right for everyone. Let’s further examine the pros and cons of saline and silicone breast implants.

Pros of Saline Implants:
● Able to be safely overfilled for maximum breast size
● Filled with sterile saline that poses no risk to the body
● Rupture quickly evident if it occurs
● Require a smaller incision
● Less expensive

Cons of Saline Implants:
● More likely to be visible from under the skin (rippling or wrinkling)
● May hear or feel water sloshing
● Some believe they look and feel less natural than silicone implants

Pros of Silicone Implants:
● Believed to look and feel more natural
● Ability to choose between smooth and textured implants
● Offers shaped implants that mimic the natural shape of the breasts
● Cohesive silicone filling that feels like human fat
● May last longer
● More variety

Cons of Silicone Implants:
● Requires a slightly larger incision to place
● Poses more risk to the body if it ruptures
● Rupture often not immediately detectable
● More expensive

How Long Does Breast Implants Last?

Saline and silicone breast implants have a general lifespan where patients may consider breast implant replacement. In general, saline and silicone breast implants are designed and approved to last more than ten years. Though, after ten years, saline implants have a higher chance of rupturing than silicone breast implants.

If a saline breast implant ruptures, it will deflate which makes the rupture obvious within a day. A silicone implant rupture is harder to detect. It generally requires an MRI to find. Additionally, it is also not an uncommon occurrence for a surgeon to discover ruptured implants during a breast implant removal surgery.

The FDA recommends that patients with breast implants—in particular silicone implants—get MRIs every three years to monitor the integrity of their implants. Patients can also choose to monitor their implants with their doctor.

If a patient discovers that their implant is ruptured, they should contact their plastic surgeon immediately. The ruptured implant will need to be removed. Then, the patient can decide to undergo breast implant replacement or breast implant removal. If only one implant ruptured, patients may only need to correct one breast.

Rupture can occur for various reasons. The most common reason ruptures happen is simply age and wear and tear. Like anything else in the body, the implants may weaken over time. In rarer cases, trauma to the chest, severe capsular contracture, or overfilling/underfilling a saline implant can also cause an implant rupture.

Reasons Why You Need To Replace Or Remove Breast Implants

Breast implants may need to be removed or replaced for various reasons. Of course, a patient can choose to have their breast implants removed at any time for any reason. Sometimes, patients simply outgrow their implants and feel they no longer fit their lifestyle. However, other reasons a patient may seek breast implant replacement or breast implant removal include:

● Rupture: The bursting or an opening in the breast implant. This can cause the filling to leak from the implant. This is rare with modern silicone implants. However, any ruptured implant needs to be removed and/or replaced.

● Capsular Contracture: It is normal for a thin layer of scar tissue to form around the implant. When capsular contracture occurs, the scar tissue becomes thicker and harder. In severe cases, it can cause pain and a misshapen breast. Unless a very mild case, capsular contracture usually warrants breast implant removal.

● Rippling: Rippling—sometimes called wrinkling—is when the implant is visible because it bulges against the skin. While this is not dangerous or worrisome, some patients find it unsightly and choose to place implants under the muscle or pick implants less likely to ripple.

● Shifting: During surgery the plastic surgeon creates a pocket for the breast implant to sit in. Sometimes—for various reasons—the implant may shift out of the pocket or even make the pocket bigger. This can cause the implant to sit incorrectly in the breast. For example, breast implants may sit too far to either side or drop too low.

How Do I Know if My Implants Need to Be Replaced?

Knowing when to seek breast implant replacement is sometimes obvious. For example, if a patient is experiencing pain obviously linked to their implants or a misshapen breast at the wrong stage after surgery, these are likely indications for breast revision surgery. Also, a patient does not necessarily need a reason beyond their own preference. As women grow older and change, they sometimes choose to have their breast implants removed.

Conclusion

Breast implants can have different longevity for each individual patient due to unique factors. Understanding what to expect before choosing to get breast implants allows patients to take steps to extend the longevity of their breast implants and breast augmentation results.

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Top 10 dermatologists in Chennai

The skin is the main part that makes up the human body. If that’s not enough to take care of her, then what do you do? Dermatology focuses on the study, research, diagnosis and management of skin, scalp, hair and nail health. Know the signs of skin cancer and take precautions to protect your skin. Signs of skin cancer can be moles that change appearance, have an irregular shape, or are different in color. Look for abnormal-looking spots on the skin, unhealing wounds, and color spread from the edges of the spots to the surrounding skin. Avoid using sunscreen and use sunscreen in the sun. Skin must be taken care regularly.

Importance:

Dermatology, Skin Disease Research-The largest organ in the human body that is misunderstood and underestimated. Physicians in other disciplines also consider it “easy” or trivial, but skin diseases are common and can be fatal, with a significant financial and psychological burden on the patient. It is important because it has sex. Skin diseases are often serious and can even be fatal. Although the threat posed by malignant melanoma is well known, non-melanoma skin cancer also causes and contributes to significant morbidity and mortality. In addition, common skin conditions such as psoriasis are associated with more serious conditions such as heart disease and diabetes.

1.Dr Ashiq Mohamed-MBBS, MD Dermatology Venerology & Leprosy:

Dr Ashiq Mohamed (Registration-77816) is one of the most popular names for Apollo Cosmetic Clinics MRC Nagar in Chennai, India. He has been a dermatologist and beautician for 6 years and has been with Apollo Hospital since his last job. He received his MBBS in 2006 and his PhD in Medicine from Sri Rama Chandra Medical College in 2011. After passing it, he began working as an assistant professor in the Department of Dermatology at the University of Sri Rama Chandra. He has extensive experience in the field of dermatology and there are many organizations with doctors. NS. Mohammed was associated. Since 2012, he has been appointed Director of Advanced Dermatology Center, Dermatology and Laser Clinic, Advisory Dermatologist at Chennai Meenakshi Multidisciplinary Hospital, and Visiting Consultant at Carvery Multidisciplinary Hospital. Dr Ashik has received many prestigious awards for his outstanding practices, research, and publications. He also presented free lectures and posters and attended many conferences in Chennai and other Indian states.

2.Dr Col Rajagopal A-MBBS; MD DV & D:

Dr Col Rajagopal A (reg: 15124-TN Medical Council) is one of the most experienced and best dermatologists on Greams Road in Chennai, India. He has 45 years of great experience in the field of dermatology and has been with Apollo Hospital since his last position. There are numerous successful cases recorded by Apollo Hospital’s medical history and published by Dr Col Rajagopal A. Processed and processed. Dermatology, venereology, leprosy from Banaras Hindu University in 1981), DVD from Puna University in 1974. He is an active and active member of the TMC (Tamil Nadu Medical Council). There are cases like skin boosters and fillers, breast enlargement/mastectomy, body sculpting and nasal fillers, tummy tacks, these are mainly used by Dr Treated by Captain Rajagopal.

 3.Dr. Jayaraman AM-M.D. (Dermatology) D.D.:

Dr Jayaraman AM (Reg: 27835) is a well-known dermatologist based in Mylapore, Chennai, who has been practicing in this area for 33 years. If you are looking for an experienced dermatologist for yourself or your loved one, you can book an appointment with this doctor at the Apollo Specialty Cancer Hospital in Teynampet, Chennai. He is also a dermatology and cosmetics clinic in Manapakkam & Mylapore, Chennai, A.N. India. He received his MBBS and PhD in Dermatology from the University of Madras in Chennai in 1976 and 1983. In 1981, he received a dermatology degree from the DNB Board of Directors in New Delhi, India. Dr Jayaraaman AM has 30 years of experience in dermatology and is also a professor of dermatology at Stanley Medical College. He first established the Department of Dermatology and Cosmetics at Stanley University in Tamil Nadu and was honoured as the father of dermatology surgery in Chennai.

4.Dr Priya K-MBBS; MD (Dermatology):

Dr Priya K (Reg: 65647) is one of the most popular and successful dermatologists at Apollo Hospitals Greams Road in Chennai. She has 15 years of work experience and has been with Apollo Hospital since her last mission. She also has experience in treating hair and nail diseases, skin and various cosmetic treatments, diode lasers, powerful pulsed light, fractional lasers, long pulse NdYag lasers and carbon dioxide lasers. She won a silver medal in the first-class biochemistry otolaryngology of all other first-class subjects in MD. She is an expert member of many dermatological societies, including the Indian Dermatologists Association, Venereologists and Leprologists. There are many serious dermatological cases in the history of Apollo Hospital reported by Dr Priya K that can be treated and cured normally. You can easily check all the feedback and comments about their work on the internet.

5.Dr Murlidhar Rajagopalan-MD (DERM); DIP: clinical immunology: 

Dr Murlidhar Rajagopalan (Registration: 41122) is one of Chennai’s most experienced dermatologists and is currently practising at Greens Road, Chennai. I am. He has 30 years of work experience as a dermatologist at various hospitals in Chennai. Since his last mission, he has been connected to Apollo Hospital on Greens Road, Chennai. There are many studies and publications on behalf of the doctor. M. Rajago Paran is both domestically and internationally. He received MBBS and MD in Dermatology from the University of Madras in Chennai, India in 1986 and 1981. With many years of professional experience, he is one of Chennai’s most popular dermatologists, treating and successfully treating many critical dermatological cases.

6.Dr Jyothsna:

Dr Jyothsna is a dermatologist, cosmetologist and cosmetologist living in Saligramam, Chennai and has eight years of experience in these areas. Dr Jyothsna practices at Skin & Laser Clinic, Curves Cosmetic Surgery, Saligramam, Chennai. She completed MBBS at the Langalaya Medical College in Kakinada in 2007 and DVD at the Sri Venkateswara Institute of Medical Sciences (SVIMS) in Tilpati in 2011. She is an Indian dermatologist, venereologist and member of the Association of Leprologists (IADVL). Services provided by doctors include hair ailments, body contours, glutathione whitening, dermatitis treatment, and hair care.

7.Dr B. Sindhu Raaghavi:

Dr B. Sindhu Raaghavi is a Velachery-based dermatologist, aesthetic dermatologist and hair scholar in Chennai with 11 years of experience in these areas. Dr B. Sindhu Raaghavi is practising at Carves Skin Clinic in Velachery, Chennai. She graduated from Meenakshi Medical College Hospital and Institute at MBBS in 2010 and MD Dermatology, venereology and leprosy at SBMC Hospital in 2014. She is a member of the Indian Dermatologist, Revenereologist and Hansen Dermatologist Association (IADVL). Services provided by doctors include hair loss treatment, acne/acne treatment, stretch mark treatment, skin polish, and anti-aging treatment.

8.Dr Aarthi.L:

Dr Aarthi. L is a dermatologist and cosmetologist living in Royapuram, Chennai and has  12 years of experience in these areas. Dr Aarthi. L practices at the aarthi Skin Care Clinic and Laser Center in Royapuram, Chennai, and at the Aarthi Skin Care Clinic and Laser Center in Adyar, Chennai. She completed MBBS from Sri Rama Chandra Medical College and  Institute in 2002 and MD Dermatology from Sri Rama Chandra Medical University and  Institute in 2005. Her areas of interest are platelet-rich plasma, hair loss and acne treatment. Her treatment motives are safe and she does not use triple combinations of steroids or hydroquinone.  

9.Dr. Senthil Sivaprakasam:

Dr Senthil Sivaprakasam is a Kilpauk-based dermatologist, cosmetologist and cosmetologist with 16 years of experience in these areas. Dr Senthil Sivaprakasam practices at Radiance Skin and Hair Care in Kilpauk, Chennai. He completed MBBS at Sri Ramachandra University in Chennai in 2005 and MD Dermatology at Meenakshi University in 2013. He is an Indian dermatologist, venereologist, and member of the Association of Leprologists (IADVL) and the American Academy of Cosmetology. Services provided by doctors include stripping, hair weaving and bonding, forehead lifts, rush treatments, and hair transplant surgery.

10.Dr M Jayaraman:

Dr M Jayaraman is a Mylapore-based dermatologist in Chennai with 45 years of experience in this field. Dr M Jayaraman is practising at A’s N Skin and Cosmetic Clinic in Mylapore, Chennai, and Apollo Specialty Cancer Hospital in Teynampet, Chennai. Dermatology and cosmetics clinic in Manapakkam, Chennai. He received an MBBS from the University of Madras in Chennai, India in 1976, an MD in Dermatology from the University of Madras in Chennai, India in 1983, and a Bachelor of Dermatology from the DNB Board of Directors in New Delhi in 1983. bottom. He is a member of the Tamil Nadu Medical Council and the Indian Dermatologist, Revenereologist, and Reprologist Association (IADVL). Services provided by doctors include laser hair removal on the face, electrocautery of warts, vitiligo and cryotherapy skin grafts.

Bottom Line:

Dermatologists don’t just do cosmetic surgery. They mainly deal with skin conditions such as psoriasis, allergic and endogenous eczema, lupus, acne, and hair and nail conditions. They also diagnose skin cancer, and some specialize in surgical removal of difficult skin cancer.

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10 Most common Skin diseases & Skin disorders

Skin is one of the most important parts of our body. They are the parts that get the most attention. We spend a fortune on maintaining our skin and preserving the glow in our skin. We need to know about the pathogens or the infections which may affect your skin. Because the infection and pathogens on our skin can not be corrected by skin products that are available online. Our skin is known as the largest organ in our body. It covers our muscles and nerves and protects them from injury or bacteria from the outside world. It extends from the tip of the skull to the tip of the toes.

Skin diseases are known to be the most severe. They can be temporary, permanent, or they can be recurring. Some are caused due to certain circumstances while most others are caused due to genetics. There are other skin infections caused due to trauma too. Most skin conditions are not a threat to life but other skin conditions are a threat to life. They can be chronic and lead to death. If you find any skin defects or any abnormalities in your skin, you should go to the doctor immediately. To be able to identify the skin conditions, the 10 most common skin diseases are mentioned below. 

1. Acne

These are small red elevations on your skin that lead to a bad appearance of your skin. It usually occurs in your face and it can occur in groups or a single big and redone. These are mostly found in the areas of the face, neck, shoulders, chest, upper back, etc. It occurs on the skins with blackheads, Whitehead, pus, pimples, or they can also appear as cysts in the deeper tissue. They do not leave scars but if the acne is irritated then it might leave a scar on your skin.

2. Cold sores

Cold sores are blister-like appearances that occur mostly on your face. The infections that occur on your face should be taken care of better than the infection in your upper body or the trunk. They occur mostly on your lips, the upper lips, and nose areas. You can know if you’re going to have it beforehand. The skin on which you will have it will tingle or you will feel a burning sensation before the scar is visible. These can also appear with flu-like features. Mostly the patient will have a low fever, headache, chill, swollen lymph nodes, and body aches.

3. Blisters

This is a very common infection that occurs on the skin. It is very painful. It usually occurs due to trauma to the skin for a long time and it also causes a lot of pain and discomfort. It can be differentiated from other infections based on a clear, watery fluid-filled area on the skin. It is either smaller than 1 cm or it is larger than 1cm. The blisters which are smaller than one centimeter are called vesicles and the one’s larger area is known as bulla. They can occur in groups or they can occur singly. It can occur anywhere in our body and has no special preferences.

4. Hives

These are the patterns that are linked with allergy. It occurs only with the contact of an allergen. This is mostly known as an allergy reaction of the skin when it comes in contact with an allergen. These are itchy raised patterns that mostly relish in color. The raised patterns are red warm to feel and painful when touched. These are usually small round ring-shaped but at times they can be irregular and large.

5. Actinic keratosis

It’s even less than 2 cm. They are sometimes the size of a pencil eraser. It has a thick scaly rough skin patch that has a crusty appearance. The site of occurrence in the body is that part that is mostly exposed to the sun. These are mostly hands, neck, face, arms, and scalp. These are usually pink in color. But it can have a gray-brown or tan base.

6. Rosacea

It is a chronic skin disease. It usually fades up and then reappears again. It cycles that way. The reappearing of this can depend on many physical conditions. Some of them are stress, alcohol consumption, intestinal bacteria like helicobacter pylori, or overexposure to sunlight. This disease has four different types of infection with a large variety of symptoms. The most common symptoms are facial redness, facial blushing, facial red bumps on the skin, skin dryness, skin sensitivity.

7. Carbuncle

It is a lump that is present under your skin. It is usually lor and sore to the touch. It can feel irritated when it occurs. It may demonstrate many flu-like symptoms that are fever, chills, body aches, etc. It can cause skin crustiness. It also causes ooziness.

8. Latex allergy

It is another common skin condition caused by the use of latex mostly as a glove. It is a severe and emergency condition. Immediate doctor’s care should be needed If this happens. The rash can occur for minutes or can take days to appear. It appears when the skin is exposed to latex. It is characterized by the appearance of red spots and it may feel itchy. The site gets dry and feels crusty when the area is exposed to latex repeatedly. Apart from using If latex gloves, airborne latex can also cause cough, running nose, itchy, watery eyes, and many more symptoms. Severe allergy can cause swelling and difficulty in breathing.

9. Eczema

These are yellow and red patches that can have a flaky appearance. These are elevated areas and are sensitive to touch. Hair loss may occur in these areas.

10. Vitiligo

It is a most common skin disorder in tropical countries. It occurs due to an autoimmune disorders. The body defense mechanism kills the cells of our own body. This gives skin its color.




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