Skin Diseases

Skin Diseases

We provides care for all skin, hair and nail conditions. We first assess the condition and then prepare an individualized treatment plan for you. Not only diseases, but we also focus on the health of your skin and improve the appearance of skin, hair and nails. Dermatologists diagnose and treat more than 3,000 different diseases. A few of the most common skin conditions we see and treat in medical dermatology include:

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Acne is the skin condition arising due to clogging on pores with excessive sebum and bacteria. Acne may be mild to severe covering red bumps, inflammatory zits, cysts etc.


Dandruff is a scalp condition that results from dryness of skin in the form of flakes. These can be caused due to a variety of reasons like excessive shampooing, psoriasis, sensitivity to products etc.


Eczema is an inflammatory skin condition wherein the skin is plagued with red small bumps, scales and thick layers of flakes. There are various types of eczema prevailing that are differentiated on the basis of symptoms.


Drug eruption is caused to intolerance of body towards a specific drug. It usually causes rashes or small measles but in severe cases it may also lead of organ failure.


The event of hair loss refers to falling of hair from the scalp, basically leading to baldness. Hair loss could be attributed to an array of different reasons like psychological stress, trauma, drugs or medication etc.


Hormones can fluctuate anytime in a human body. The imbalance of particular hormones can result into various skin diseases such as wrinkles, acne, rosacea, dry skin etc.


Hyperpigmentation is a skin condition that causes normal skin to darken in comparison to the other areas. This is caused due to deposits of skin pigment named melanin under the surface of skin.


Skin is the largest body organ which can at times be attacked by a variety of germs and bacteria. Few of the most common form of skin infections are viral sin infection, parasitic kin infection and bacterial skin infection.


Lichen Planus is a skin rash that is triggered by improper functioning of the immune system. The reason for the trigger is not yet understood but the likely causes include viruses and allergens.


Melasma is a skin disease which lightens skin to lighter gray-brown patches. Over exposure of skin in the sun, hormonal fluctuation and cosmetics are the studied reasons that cause melasma.


Imbalance or weakness in the immune system can affect any body part including nails. Nails are affected with causes and symptoms in a wide array of diseases that causes deformities in its structure and health.


Other than that for improvement or worsening of pre-existing skin conditions, there are many skin inflammatory skin problems that are caused specifically during pregnancy and these conditions also improve and go away after the postpartum period.


Psoriasis is a skin disease caused to due unknown reasons whose predisposition is assumed to be genetic. Psoriasis is not contagious and worsens with certain environmental issues. The symptoms vary from small itchy skin flakes to elevated white patches.


Rosacea is a common skin condition that causes redness and triggers prominent visibility of blood vessels on your skin. This may sometimes result into small red pus filled bumps as well.


Urticaria, also known as hives, is a skin disease that occurs due to an infection or allergy due to a certain medication, food etc. The rashes or red patches caused due to urticaria are short lived and go away with time.


Vitiligo is a skin disorder wherein white patches appear on different parts of the body. This occurs when the skin pigment named melanin is destructed in the particular areas.

We also manage rare skin diseases like Autoimmune connective tissue disorders (lupus, dermatomyositis and scleroderma), Blistering diseases, Erythroderma, Immunobullous disorders (bullous pemphigoid, pemphigus vulgaris, pemphigus foliaceous), Panniculitis, Skin cancer, Vascular diseases to name a few.
If you have a skin condition that is not listed here, we may still be able to help.