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Hair Transplant Faridabad

In Laser hair removal, we match a specific wavelength of light and pulse duration to obtain optimal effect on a targeted tissue with minimal effect on surrounding tissue. Lasers cause localized damage by selectively heating dark target matter (melanin) in the area that causes hair growth (follicle) while not heating the rest of the skin. Light is absorbed by dark objects so Laser energy can be absorbed by dark material in the skin but with much more speed and intensity. This dark target matter (chromophore) can be naturally-occurring or artificially introduced.

Laser Hair Removal

Removes and/or reduces unwanted hairs quickly, safely & virtually painlessly forever.
The conventional methods to of hair removal (waxing, threading, tweezing, electrolysis, thermolysis, hair removal creams and sprays) are slow, messy, painful and may even damage your skin. We have exclusively devised a method that called Long Pulse Nd: YAG (Joy YAG) that removes or reduces unwanted hairs from patient’s body within few minutes. The USP of this method is that it is painless, non-invasive, quick and the effects are permanent.
In this method, a Laser beam is focussed on the top layer of the area. Within a few seconds, the melanin of the hair follicle absorbs it. We then increase the temperature of the Laser to 70°C and this destroys the follicular cells permanently.
It is worth mentioning that this surgery can be safely and successfully conducted on all body parts without any adverse effects. Women prefer the treatment of upper lip, chin, sideburns, underarms, arms, legs and bikini line; whereas in men, the most common areas are shoulders and back, beard area and sometimes ears.
This process is especially beneficial to young girls who have an excessive growth of hair due to any hormonal disease. Post this surgery, they would be able to be more outgoing with an enhanced sense of social and mental well-being.
Usually, it takes up to four to six sessions to reduce hairs by 60%-80%; however the overall results depend on numerous factors like hormonal imbalance, skin type, colour of hair, skin type and individual hair growth pattern.

Dark Eye Circles

Dark circles around eyes are a result of vitamins deficiency in our bodies and are very unattractive and unwanted. In addition to some factors like food allergies, kidney disorders, toxicities, even aging may also be a factor to their occurrence.
Cause of dark eye circle

  1. Excess skin pigmentation: People of all complexions get dark circles, but those people whose skin is naturally darker are particularly prone to dark circles.
  2. Sun Exposure: Dermatologists say that sun exposure is a consistent factor resulting in darkening of areas under eye and can make discolorations more pronounced and noticeable.
  3. Allergies: Allergens that make you cough and sneeze may also be responsible for under eye darkening and discoloration as they cause blood to stagnate in the vessels under the eyes, thereby creating the typical dark, bluish, bruise-like circles.
Cream Treatment
In order to distinguish the better creams from the mediocre ones, please do take a moment to read the label and look out for ingredients such as vitamins C and K.
Vitamins can help to lighten your dark eye circles and give your skin a fresher and healthier feel, while the ones with caffeine lead to further reduction of puffiness around and below the eyes.
Laser Treatment
Laser treatments are the best medical alternative to remove any spots, blemishes and scars. These treatments are relatively expensive compared to other treatments because does not have any side effects and demand very little time for recovery. In addition, the procedure is rather swift and the result is better compared to the other treatments.
Once you have begun to treat your dark circles, you now need to adopt healthier lifestyle changes as well as a balanced diet. Drink at least eight glasses of water each day to flush out impurities and consume food that is rich in dietary fibre that will detoxify your body. It is advisable to plan and take sufficient hours of sleeping time every night.

Carbon Laser Peel

This treatment is a permanent solution for active acne, acne control, enlarged pores and oil control for a more radiant skin.
The Carbon Laser Peel makes the skin look and feel radiant, firmer and glowing using Carbon powder as an initiator that it is later removed with Laser. Carbon particles are very small and are able to penetrate the pores and other hard to reach places, thus allowing the Laser to focus and deliver its energy to these targeted areas. It allows the Laser to break down the Carbon powder focus more effectively.
Carbon powder stimulates collagen production in the skin, resulting in a more radiant skin with diminished fine lines and wrinkles. At the same time, the warm prickling sensation from the Laser destroys the acne bacteria that are responsible for pimples, achieving better acne control.

Freckles

Small speckled deposits of pigments in the epidermis layer of the skin are usually caused due to excessive exposure to sun or consistent exposure to sun by being involved in sports.
The Laser Freckle removal procedure works by targeting the melanin in your skin. The Laser light is selectively absorbed by the pigment in the freckles that heats up the pigment in the freckles to break it up into tiny particles. These particles can then be removed from the skin as part of your skin’s natural exfoliation process.
The procedure takes about 45 minutes.
For best results, regular treatments are advised once every 3-4 weeks for 4-5 treatments in a row at pre-determined time intervals. We recommend a maintenance treatment once a year or as and when you find freckles re-appearing on your skin.

Skin Resurfacing (also called Skin Resurfacing and Fractional Resurfacing)

In Laser Skin Resurfacing (also known as a Laser peel), Laser vaporization helps in resurfacing facial wrinkles, scars and blemishes. It is about focusing a beam of Laser at the irregular part of the skin to remove the outer layer of unwanted and damaged skin (called Epidermis) by heating up the underlying skin layer called Dermis. It stimulates the growth of collagen fibers and resulting in the new smooth and firmer skin.
Laser skin resurfacing can improve facial flaws like:

  1. Fine lines or wrinkles around or under your eyes, forehead or mouth.
  2. Acne scars or chickenpox.
  3. Aged or sun-damaged skin.
  4. Enhancement of complexion.
  5. Enlarged oil glands on the nose.

Acne Treatment

Acne occurs when the pores on your skin are blocked with oil, dead skin or bacteria. Each pore on our skin is an opening to a follicle that is made up of a hair and a sebaceous (oil) gland. The sebum keeps your skin lubricated and soft.
If you develop acne, this may be because of one or more problems in this lubrication process. These possible causes include:

  1. Excess oil is being produced by the follicle.
  2. Accumulation of dead skin cells.
  3. Built-up of bacteria.
Symptom
Acne are most commonly developed on face, back, neck, chest and shoulders. If you have developed acne, you will typically notice pimples that are white or black in appearance.
Blackheads open at the surface of the skin giving them a black appearance whereas whiteheads are closed just under the surface of the skin, thereby giving them a white appearance.
Inflammatory lesions are more likely to cause scarring of the skin and may include the following:
  1. Papules (small red, raised bumps caused by infected hair follicles).
  2. Pustules (small red pimples that have pus at their tips).
  3. Nodules (solid, painful lumps that are beneath the surface of the skin).
  4. Cysts (infections found beneath the skin that contain pus and are often painful).
Treatment:
These medications contain ingredients that can help kill bacteria or dry the skin and essentially contain:
  1. Benzoyl Peroxide: It is present in many acne creams and gels, used for drying out existing pimples and preventing new ones.
  2. Sulphur: It is a natural ingredient that is found in lotions, cleansers, and masks.
  3. Resorcinol: Another less common ingredient that is used to remove dead skin cells.
  4. Salicylic acid: It is mostly found in soaps and acne washes.

Laser Stretch Mark Removal

In this procedure, a high-energy Ultraviolet Laser light beam is applied on the layer of scarred skin to remove it. The treated area will heal quickly and new layers of healthy skin will form. Stretch marks will have disappeared to give way to a renewed, healthy appearance.
Benefits
The most important benefit of Laser stretch mark removal is its effectiveness. It is also extremely safe.

Laser Skin Tightening

Laser Skin Tightening is best for the candidate with loose, thin skin around the jowls and neck. This procedure utilizes the energy of Laser in the infrared spectrum to heat up the collagen under the skin through a controlled heating process. This bulk heating causes collagen denaturation and results in new collagen formation. This procedure is excellent for people who are experiencing saggy jowls or sagging on their neck.
For the best result, you should come regularly once every 3-4 weeks for 4-5 treatments in a row. We also recommend maintenance treatments at least once a year.

Skin Tag

Skin tags are harmless disorders in skin that can vary in range from one to hundreds, regardless of gender. Obesity is also associated with skin tag development. Although some skin tags may fall off spontaneously, most persist once shaped. The medical name for skin tag is acrochordon.
Skin tags are bits of flesh-coloured and darkly pigmented tissue that project from the surrounding skin from a little, parochial stalk. Skin tags typically occur in characteristic locations like:

  1. base of the neck,
  2. underarms,
  3. eyelids,
  4. groin folds,
  5. buttock folds,
  6. under the breasts.
Medical issues:
Cosmetic removal for unwelcome appearance is reason they are removed. Occasionally, a tag may be removed because it has become irritated and red from trauma (hemorrhage) or black from twisting and death of the skin tissue (necrosis).
Occasionally, a tag may involuntarily fall off without any pain or drawback. This may occur after the tag has twisted on itself at the stalk base, interrupting the blood flow to the tag.
Will removing a skin tag cause more to grow?
There is no proof that removing a skin tag will cause more tags to grow. There is no expectation of causing skin tags to "seed" or unfold by removing them. In reality, some people are simply more prone to developing skin tags and may have new growths sporadically. Some people may require periodic removal of tags.
Where do skin tags occur?
Skin tags can occur around anywhere on the body covered by skin, most common areas being the neck, armpits, eyelids, upper chest, buttocks folds and groin folds. Tags are typically thought to occur where skin rubs against itself or dress. Fat babies may also develop skin tags in areas where skin rubs against skin, like the sides of the neck. Younger children may develop tags at the upper eyelid areas, often in areas where they may rub their eyes. Older children and preteens may develop tags in the underarm area from friction and repetitive burn from sports.

Warts - Causes, Symptoms and Remedies

Wart is a tumour that looks like a solid blister and typically grows on hands and feet.
It is usually spread by a physical contact with an infected person or may infect another person if anyone is in close contact with the warts. It may grow on genitals, skin, mouth and the rectal area. Especially the warts on the genitals are contagious and can easily be passed to other person during vaginal, anal and oral sex.
The warts that do not disappear on their own require some remedies.

  1. Topical creams
  2. Topical creams are readily available in pharmacies but may cause a burning sensation on the skin since some of their ingredients are acidic.
  3. Laser Treatment
  4. Laser treatments are performed as per the gravity of the virus. The treatment may also require application of local anaesthesia since the procedure is painful.
    The only set back to this is the cost and it has a longer time to heal. There is also a high possibility of scarring and infections to other individuals because of the plume that is being dispersed during the treatment.
  5. Cryotherapy
  6. This treatment freezes the warts using liquid nitrogen as the main probe to treat the disease.

Haemangioma

Hemangiomas are noncancerous growths that are formed due to an abnormal collection of blood vessels. They’re often found on the skin or internal organs like liver and are usually congenital so most people develop them before birth, while they’re still in the womb.
Skin hemangiomas appear as small scratches on babies and grow larger as the child ages. However, most hemangiomas of the skin disappear by the age of 10. They are usually small but may grow large or develop lesions and require removal. There are no known ways to prevent the growth of hemangiomas on the skin or organs.
Treatment Options for Hemangiomas
A single, small hemangioma usually requires no treatment and will likely go away on its own. However, some cases will require treatment.
Treatment options include:

  1. Corticosteroid medication
  2. Laser treatment
  3. Medicated gel
  4. Surgical removal
  5. Corticosteroid medication may be injected into the hemangioma to reduce its growth and stop inflammation.
  6. Laser treatment is used to remove the hemangioma. In some cases, a surgeon may use Laser treatment to reduce redness and promote quicker healing.
  7. A medicated gel called Becaplermin (Regranex) is often used to treat ulcers on the surface of skin hemangiomas. This gel has no effect on the hemangioma itself.
  8. If the hemangioma is particularly large or is in a sensitive area like the eye, your doctor may opt to remove it surgically.
When Hemangiomas on the Organs Require Treatment
Hemangiomas within the body may require treatment if they grow exceptionally large or cause pain.
Treatment options for these hemangiomas include:
  • Surgical removal of the hemangioma
  • Surgical removal of the damaged organ or damaged area
  • Tying off the main artery that supplies blood to the hemangiomas

Varicose veins

Intravenous diseases are very common in our country and are often the cause of much embarrassment. More than half of the middle-aged persons have minor stigmata of venous disease and less than half of them have visible varicose veins.
Most varicose Veins originate from leaking valves at groin level or behind the knee. It is important to accurately locate the site of the valve leaks. Varicose Veins are more common in women than in men and are linked with heredity. Other related factors are pregnancy, obesity, menopause, aging, prolonged standing, leg injury, and abdominal straining.
Contrary to popular belief, Varicose Veins are unlikely to be caused by crossing the legs or ankles. Less commonly but not exceptionally, as Varicose Veins can be due to other causes like post-phlebitic obstruction or incontinence, venous and arteriovenous malformations.
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Endo Venous Treatment

Endovenous Laser treatment treats varicose veins using an optical fibre that is inserted into the vein to be treated, and Laser light, normally in the infrared portion of the spectrum shines into the interior of the vein. This causes the vein to contract, and the optical fiber is slowly withdrawn. Some minor complications can occur, including thrombophlebitis, pain, hematoma, oedema and infection, which can lead to cellulites.
Que.1. What are the advantages of Endo venous Laser? Ans. It has following advantages as compared to surgical techniques:

  1. Outpatient procedure not requiring general anaesthesia
  2. Minimally painful
  3. Marked reduction in rehabilitation time
  4. Excellent cosmetic result with no scarring
  5. Short procedure time
  6. Excellent clinical and aesthetic results
Que. 2. What are the complications of Endo venous Laser treatment ?
Ans. Complication are rare and include postoperative bruising and tenderness, local infection of the skin, inflammation of the vein and very rarely pulmonary thromoembolism.
Que. 3. What are the precaution to be taken after Endo venous Laser treatment ?
Ans. A tight elastocrepe bandage is plastered across the operated part after Laser treatment and the patient can start walking immediately. The patient is advised to walk as much as possible but he shall need to restrain himself from hectic activities.
Que.4. How does one follow up after Endo venous Laser treatment?
Ans. The patient is advised to follow the instructions strictly.

Hair Loss

Although hair loss rarely needs to be treated, many people seek treatment for cosmetic reasons.
Many cases of hair loss are temporary, for example, due to chemotherapy or are a natural part of ageing and don't need treatment. However, hair loss can have an emotional impact so you may want to look at treatment if you're uncomfortable with your appearance.

  1. Genetics /Hereditary
  2. You may inherit the genes that cause hair loss. However, it's not always that you actually will inherit these bad genes. You may end up being lucky and see your brother or sister lose hair while it doesn't happen to you. It may even skip a generation and show up again with your children.
  3. Auto-Immune Disorder
  4. Another common reason for hair loss is the auto-immune disorder leading to a condition called Alopecia Areata. This disease causes white blood cells to attack the hair follicles, resulting in a temporary hair loss.
  5. Hormonal changes
  6. Hormones are responsible for both growing and losing hair. Therefore it's obvious that hormonal changes can cause hair loss. This is the most common cause of thinning and affects both men and women.
  7. Childbirth
  8. Within eight to twelve weeks after giving birth, many women will start to lose quite an amount of hair. Although this situation can last an alarming and frustrating for first six to seven months, everything will turn out just fine and recovery from 9 months of pregnancy will cure the issue.
  9. Chemotherapy Treatments
  10. Cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy lose hair and it starts within a few weeks post the treatment has started. On a positive note, most patients will notice that it was a temporary phase and that their hairs have grown back in 6 to 8 months after the last chemotherapy session.