Why you need a dermatologist? Skin is the largest organ that covers the entire body and protects the inside of the body from foreign substances or environmental factors. It needs special daily care to remain healthy. According to Dr. Keerthana Kalva, ‘Everyone has a unique skin type, tone, texture, and overall appearance. However, some people may experience changes in the skin and desire to have flawless skin. Thankfully, consulting a dermatologist can provide the required medical and aesthetic care to anyone experiencing skin issues’.
Just like there is a specialist doctor for every organ of the body, the skin also needs one. A dermatologist is a medical professional having specialized in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of conditions affecting the skin, hair, nails, and even mucous membranes or the delicate tissues lining the eyelids, nose, and mouth. Visiting a dermatologist whenever anything suspicious is noticed on the skin is the best approach to get the right advice and appropriate treatments. Moreover, if skin appearance is required to be improved professionally, dermatologists can help as they offer a range of effective cosmetic dermatology procedures in their clinic. Still, wondering when is the right time to schedule an appointment with a dermatologist and how they can help you achieve healthy and young-looking skin from head to toe? Read on, to find out. What do dermatologists do? Dermatologists have an extensive knowledge base and up-to-date training in three areas: ● Medical- A dermatologist can diagnose and treat problems of skin, nails, and hair. They have expertise in identifying the symptoms that could indicate underlying
medical conditions. For instance, dermatologists can think of dry, itchy skin to be caused by kidney problems and further perform their tests to confirm. ● Cosmetic- A dermatologist can transform the looks of an individual by treating cosmetic skin or hair concerns like hair loss, pigmentation, age-related issues, and many more. Many dermatologists are considered to be cosmetologists as they are trained to perform aesthetic procedures including chemical peels, laser treatments, fillers, and more. ● Surgical- A dermatologist is even skilled to perform minor surgeries like doing skin biopsies and removal of moles or warts as well as extensive surgeries including Mohs micrographic surgery for skin cancer and cyst removal surgery. Inform Clinics is one such advanced dermatology clinic where treatment for all skin hair and nail issues is provided by the best dermatologist in Hyderabad Dr. Keerthana Kalva. If one is suffering from any issues they can consult Dr. Keerthana Kalva. Most common concerns treated by a dermatologist ● Acne- If acne breakouts persist or become severe, a dermatologist can help treat it with several options including topical or oral medications, lasers, and other light therapies, chemical peels, and even cyst removal. ● Dermatitis- It refers to a range of skin conditions that cause skin irritation and inflammation such as cradle crap, eczema, and other allergic reactions. ● Skin cancer- On any body part, the skin cells may divide uncontrollably and cause cancer. A dermatologist can early spot cancer cells and remove them. ● Skin infections- A variety of bacteria, fungi, parasites, and viruses can cause different skin infections which can be diagnosed and treated accordingly by a dermatologist. ● Hair loss- It can be caused by many reasons like hormonal problems, genetics, illnesses, stress, and others. A dermatologist can determine the underlying cause of hair loss and restore a head full of thick, healthy hair through PRP therapy, mesotherapy, and other alternatives. ● Nail problems- Some common nail issues treated by dermatologists include spots, discolorations, and nail separation. When to see a dermatologist? Dr. Keerthana Kalva, best skin doctor in Hyderabad recommend everyone to go for annual skin check-ups to the dermatologist so that they can be early checked for any serious skin issues like skin cancer. If anything related to skin, hair, or nails is bothering you, a dermatologist must be consulted. These include skin rashes, or irritation, scaly/flaky/itchy skin, skin growths including moles and warts, varicose veins, acne, skin discoloration, and age-related signs like sagging skin, fine lines, and wrinkles; hair fall/damage/loss, dandruff, and fingernail issues. Other than this, a dermatologist can help guide their clients on skincare regimens and even prescribe or recommend skincare products. To know more book a consultation now at Inform Clinics.
Why you need a dermatologist?
Why you need a dermatologist? Skin is the largest organ that covers the entire body and protects the inside of the body from foreign substances or env...