Skincare

The say the skin is the largest organ of the body. That means you should take care of it and work towards achieving healthy skin. Have a well-balanced diet, drink lots of water and get sufficient amount of sleep regularly. You’ll feel better and you’ll look better too.

Warts and Mole Removal

Even the littlest blemish could bring a lot of problems. But we can help you erase your blemishes away with this simple treatment using laser-like electrocautery machine. It effectively removes warts, milia, moles, skin tags, and syringoma and prevents multiplication.

Q: Is this treatment safe for women who are expecting?
A: For safety reasons, electrocautery of warts and mole are done after pregnancy.

Q: How many treatments do I need to have?
A: Number of sessions depends on areas of the body involved and the severity of the infection.

Q: How long does it take before I see the results?
A: The cauterized sites will heal a minimum of five days to one week.

Q: How long is the recovery time?
A: Recovery time usually lasts for 5 to 7 days.

Scars and Keloids

You don’t have to live with your scars, we’ll help you. This intralesional therapy injects medication directly to the inflamed skin lesion for faster action and better results. It reduces inflammation, decreases its size and prevents scarring.

Q: Is this treatment safe for women who are expecting?
A: For safety reasons, treatment should be given after pregnancy.

Q: How long does it take before I see the results?
A: Results are significant after two to three sessions.

Q: How long is the recovery time?
A: There is no downtime after the treatment.

Tattoo and Birthmark Removal

Part of discovering the real you means saying goodbye to things that remind you of the old you. We offer a laser treatment that strips away pigmented skin with control and precision. Now you can get rid of that tattoo from college or the birthmark that looks like a map. A series of treatments is needed to get the desired results.

Q: What are the possible risks involved in laser treatment?
A: Most common risks involved in laser treatment are burns with blister formation and possible infection.

Q: Is this treatment safe for women who are expecting?
A: Since the procedure involves use of laser, treatment is halted until the woman gives birth.

Q: How many treatments do I need to have?
A: Number of treatments depends on the size of the tattoo and birthmark.

Q: How long does it take before I see the results?
A: Maximal result is appreciated after six to ten sessions. It still depends on the size and color of the tattoo and birthmark.

Q: How long is the recovery time?
A: There is no downtime after the treatment.

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