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Aska Aesthetic Clinic

Botox, Cosmetic/ Plastic Surgeon, Dermatologist/ Cosmetologist, Dermatosurgeon, Facelift, Laser Specialist, Trichologist
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Our entire team is dedicated to providing you with the personalized, gentle care that you deserve. All our staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well.

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Aska Aesthetic Clinic is known for housing experienced s. Dr. Jeetendra Khatuja, a well-reputed Laser Specialist, Facelift, Cosmetic/ Plastic Surgeon, Botox, Trichologist, Dermatosurgeon, Dermatologist/ Cosmetologist , practices in Mumbai. Visit this medical health centre for s recommended by 108 patients.

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Clinic Address
C/O IRLA Nursing Home & Polyclinic, Majithia Apartments, Near IRLA Bus Stop, S.V.Road, Vileparle West
Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400056
Details for Dr. Jeetendra Khatuja
DY Patil Medical College, Kolhapur
Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences, Ranchi
Diploma in Venerology & Dermatology (DVD)
Venkatcharmalaya, Bangalore
Fellowship In Cosmetic Dermatology
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Dr. R. N. Cooper Hospital, Juhu,Mumbai
DNB (Dermatology)
Venkatcharmalaya, Bangalore
Fellowship in Dermatological Laser Surgery
Professional Memberships
Indian Association of Dermatologists Venereologists and Leprologists (IADVL)
Maharastra Medical Council
Association of Cutaneous Surgeons of India (ACSI)
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Past Experience
Fellowship In Cosmetology & Dermatosurgery at Venkatcharmalayaadvanced Dermatology And Cosmetology Centre, Bangalore
Senior Registrar at B.Y.L. Nair Hospital, Mumbai Central
  • MBBS, Diploma in Venerology & Dermatology (DVD), Fellowship In Cosmetic Dermatology, DNB (Dermatology), Fellowship in Dermatological Laser Surgery
    Laser Specialist, Facelift, Cosmetic/ Plastic Surgeon, Botox, Trichologist, Dermatosurgeon, Dermatologist/ Cosmetologist
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  • DNB (Dermatology), Fellowship in Dermatological Laser Surgery, Fellowship In Cosmetic Dermatology, Diploma in Venerology & Dermatology (DVD), MBBS
    Facial hair in women can be an embarrassing and touchy subject. While people may notice it and avoid speaking about it, the stare that lasts for just a second longer on your face will be uneasy. It is time you get rid of it and stop grabbing more attention than you need:

    1. Hide it: some of the most common methods to hide facial hair are bleaching, threading, waxing, depilation or electrolysis. Each of these methods have their advantages and disadvantages. Bleaching, for example, masks the hair for a while and gives it a golden tinge which still makes it less visible. Threading or waxing has to be undertaken at periodic intervals and both may result in thicker hair growth in the surrounding areas. Women who are regular with their body care regimen can try these methods.

    2. Destroy it: use a tweezers to pull it out: this one mostly works on the instinct that you get when you see the hair. It works if you don't have too much hair and just a couple here and there that can be easily pulled out. Sterilize the tweezers with alcohol to avoid infection. You will have to grip near the root and give a firm pull to get rid of the whole thing. It is painful but if done right it can last 3-8 weeks before its replacement shows up.

    3. Shave it: yes, women do it too. Apply a shaving gel or foam and use a disposable razor to clip the hair. Though this is relatively less painful, hair growth afterwards is quite fast so you'll have to be careful to add it to your schedule often enough.

    4. Try natural methods: it is slow but cheap and reliable. The visible effects of using natural ingredients for hair removal happens only over a period of time but the results are well worth the wait. Turmeric powder is an ancient remedy for facial and body hair - so much so that indian brides follow a traditional'haldi' routine before their wedding. Other natural ingredients you can try include gram flour (besan) and sugar was. You can also give a good rub with a pumice stone.

    5. Try electrolysis: it is the only permanent method but is tedious and requires multiple sessions. It is usually recommended if there are few thick hair limited to one part of body. In this method hair root is destroyed with the help of thin metallic probe connected to a machine through which electricity is delivered to hair roots.

    6. Try a laser treatment: laser is one of the most effective treatments for unwanted body hair. The bright beams of heat and light from the laser directly reaches the roots of the hair, removing it and preventing re-growth for a fair period of time. The downside is that it'll take a few months and prove to be expensive but the results can be well worth the wait as it can permanently remove hair. You may also need multiple sittings to destroy the hair growth completely. If peace of mind is your criteria, then go for it.

    If excessive hair is stopping you from living and enjoying your life, consult a professional who can help you find a way.
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  • DNB (Dermatology), Fellowship in Dermatological Laser Surgery, Fellowship In Cosmetic Dermatology, Diploma in Venerology & Dermatology (DVD), MBBS
    How your baldness is completely reversible (non-surgically): part-2

    I explained in part-1 about prp treatment. Dermaroller treatment follows the prp treatment.

    Let's understand how does it work.

    What is derma roller

    Dermaroller is an instrument with multiple small needles attached to a handle, which is rolled over the treatment area, to stimulate hair follicles.

    How does derma roller work?

    It activates stem cells in hair bulge region and releases growth factors to stimulate re-growth. It is again a painless procedure and is usually done without anesthesia.

    Any risk or side effect of derma roller?

    There is no risk for using derma roller as it is used is a completely aseptic and clean environment.

    Total number of treatment sessions required?

    For most patients 3prp + 9 derma roller (total 12 sessions done every week over 12 weeks) are sufficient.

    Are results achieved with prp + derma roller permanent?

    This treatment reverses the 'hair loss stage' to 'hair growth stage' and once the bald scalp is covered with hair, the results can be maintained with just a solution. However, some patients may need prp for maintenance every 6 months to 1 year.

    Advantages of i-prp

    Simple, effective and non-surgical procedure

    Completely safe, as your own blood is used.

    Hair regrowth with i-prp gives best cosmetic appearances.

    It gives a natural density. Number of hair strands is in lakhs as compared to a maximum of 6000 hair follicles that can be grafted when a hair transplant treatment is done.

    The hair growth direction remains same (giving a completely natural look), which is not the case with hair transplant treatment where the hair growth direction changes (giving an odd look).

    Cost of i-prp is much less compared to hair transplant

    If you would like to consult with me privately, please click on 'consult'.
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  • DNB (Dermatology), Fellowship in Dermatological Laser Surgery, Fellowship In Cosmetic Dermatology, Diploma in Venerology & Dermatology (DVD), MBBS
    How your hair loss or baldness is completely reversible (non-surgically)

    Having deeply researched hair loss, I have devised a solution to promote hair growth. I would like to share with you how it happens in two parts.

    Here's part 1

    Is your hair fall normal or abnormal (excessive)?

    Average daily normal hair fall is 100-150 and anything above that are considered abnormal hair fall.

    What causes abnormal hair fall?

    Males: males pattern hair loss (most common cause), telogen effluvium, stress, smoking, etc.

    Females: chronic telogen effluvium (most common cause), female pattern hair loss, pregnancy-induced, stress, due to medicines like cancer therapy, cosmetic procedures - straightening, rebonding etc,

    How does hair loss affect us?

    Destroys looks and confidence

    Affects social life

    Causes inferiority complex

    What are effective and scientifically proven treatments for hair loss?

    Medicines (solutions):

    Minoxidil, amenexil tablets

    Finasteride, dutasteride


    Hair transplant, scalp reduction surgery


    Platelet rich plasma (prp), dermaroller (microneedling)

    Apart from this, multivitamins, stem cell therapy and various other treatments done have no scientific proof for giving best results.

    What is the best non-surgical treatment?

    'innovative prp' with derma roller is by far the most effective (research method by Dr. Jeetendra khatuja).

    What is prp?

    Platelet-rich plasma (prp); an autologus solution (made with patient's own blood) hence it is completely safe and with no side effects. Prp is an effective concentration of multiple growth factors (present in platelets like pdgf, vegf, egf, etc) which stimulate hair follicles to grow.

    How does prp work?

    Prp contains a high concentration of special cells called platelets (with multiple growth factors) in prp stimulate roots of hair follicles to promote hair re-growth.

    During hair loss, the length and diameter of hair reduce and hair enter a 'resting stage' or 'arrested growth stage'. When an enough number of hair enter this stage, scalp becomes visible producing 'baldness'.

    Prp causes a shift of hair follicles from 'resting stage' to 'active growth stage', thereby reverses the process of hair loss.

    How is prp prepared?

    There are various methods for preparing prp, but most of these methods are not effective.

    The unique method developed by Dr. Jeetendra khatuja is called 'innovative prp' or iprp.

    We draw 8ml of patient's blood and process it in special tubes with the help of centrifuge machine. The method has been standardised over the years for best results.

    How prp is given?

    Under all safety precautions, the treatment area is numbed under local anesthesia and prp is injected to cover the whole bald area.

    What are the risks and side-effects of prp?

    There are no risks or side-effects involved since prp is prepared from your own blood.

    How long does prp treatment take?

    Preparation of prp takes 15-20 minutes and actual treatment takes 10-15 minutes, so the whole treatment takes about 30-40 minutes only.

    This is followed by a derma roller treatment, which is explained in part 2.

    If you would like to consult with me privately, please click on 'consult'.
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  • DNB (Dermatology), Fellowship in Dermatological Laser Surgery, Fellowship In Cosmetic Dermatology, Diploma in Venerology & Dermatology (DVD), MBBS
    Sensitive skin is less tolerant to frequent and prolonged use of cosmetics and toiletries. It is self-diagnosed and typically unaccompanied by any obvious physical signs of irritation.
    With the change in lifestyle and also with increased opportunity to use many new brands of cosmetics and toiletries, there has been an increase in females complaining of unique sensation in their facial skin.
    Subjective perceptions (stinging, burning, pruritus, and tightness) of sensitive skin are noticed immediately following cosmetic product application or delayed by minutes, hours, or days,especially on face skin.
    The condition is found in more than 50% of women and 40% of men, creating a sizable demand for products designed to minimize skin sensitivity.
    Commonly affects females, young adults aged between 18 and 50 years, hormonal differences in women producing increased inflammatory sensitivity, cultural habits in developed countries, and environmental factors like winter, stress, and atopic dermatitis are thought to promote sensitive skin
    It is self-diagnosed and typically unaccompanied by any obvious physical signs of irritation.Good numbers of invasive and non-invasive tests are designed to evaluate and predict the sensitive skin.
    Management includes guidelines for selecting suitable cosmetics and toiletries in sensitive skin individuals.
    Certain "do's" while selecting the cosmetic for sensitive skin are the following:
    *Powder cosmetics preferred
    *Use cosmetics which are easily removable by water
    *Always use fresh cosmetics
    *Use black-colored eyeliner and mascara
    *Select pencil form of eyeliner and eyebrow cosmetics
    *Select light earth tone eye shadows
    *Select physical sunscreen agent
    *Purchase cosmetics products with less than 10 ingredients
    *No nail polishes
    *Use powder/cream formulations of facial foundations.

    Truth: It doesn't necessarily mean gentle or free of allergens. There are no set standards for this term. You need to know what you're allergic to and look for it on the label.
    Truth: Yes, rosacea and allergic types should skip it—those dead skin cells act as a protective barrier to block irritants. But acne-prone skin needs exfoliation to keep pores clear.
    Truth: Anyone can use a retinol. Just lessen its harsh effects by layering it over a moisturizer so absorbs less into your skin.
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  • DNB (Dermatology), Fellowship in Dermatological Laser Surgery, Fellowship In Cosmetic Dermatology, Diploma in Venerology & Dermatology (DVD), MBBS
    Hi lybrate-user, I would like to enlighten you about acne/pimples in brief.

    What is acne?
    Acne is a chronic inflammatory disease of the pilo sebaceous follicles (i. E. Hair with oil producing glands attached to hair) characterized by comedones (blackheads and whiteheads), papules, pustules, nodules and ultimately leading to scars.

    Who gets acne?
    Close to 100% of people between the ages of twelve and seventeen have at least an occasional whitehead, blackhead or pimple regardless of race or ethnicity. Acne starts between the ages of ten and fifteen years of age and usually lasts till twenty years of age; however, acne can persist into the late twenties or thirties or even beyond. Some people get acne for the first time as adults and this is known as adult acne.

    What are the causes of acne?

    Bacteria: bacteria that normally live on the skin play a role in acne development. The bacteria are known as propionibacterium acnes (p. Acnes). The bacteria content can increase in people whose faces are not clean.

    Hormones: during the teen years increased levels of sex hormones cause the oil glands of the skin to produce increased amount of oil. These excess skin oils tend to bind with cellular debris causing a blockage and producing a fertile environment for the bacteria to grow. The bacteria cause inflammation, pus, swelling and redness. In adult acne, excessive hormones produced due to polycystic ovaries and other hormonal imbalances cause excess oil production and inflammation, which lead to acne.

    What are the factors that precipitate or aggravate acne?

    Stress- stress is frequently implicated in aggravation of acne while acne itself induces stress.

    Sweat- sweating in a hot and humid environment causes deterioration in 15% of acne patients.

    Menstruation- pre menstrual flare of acne occurs in 70% of female acne patients.

    Friction and pressure- friction and pressure from helmets, backpacks and tight collars can induce blackheads and papules. Pressure from face massages or facials can aggravate acne.

    Pregnancy- pregnancy has an unpredictable effect on acne. Pre-existing acne may aggravate or remit during pregnancy.

    Diet- high glycemic load foods (sugar loaded and starchy foods), oily foods may aggravate acne.

    Drugs- oral contraceptives, anti tuberculosis medication, oral steroids, anti depressants may aggravate acne.

    Treatment for acne:
    Treatment for acne needs to be individualized as per the type of acne and type of your skin.
    For comedones (white and black heads), we recommend comedone extraction procedure.
    For red papules (bumps), we recommend topical creams, chemical peels and oral antibiotics as per severity.
    For nodules [big red swelling], intralesional steroid injections works fastest and are safe.
    For acne scars, there are various procedures like dermaroller[microneedling], subscision, deep chemical peels and lasers.

    Total duration of treatment for acne varies from 2 to 4 months for complete cure and for acne scars varies from 8 to 12 months. I recommend you to consult qualified dermatologist to prescribe you correct treatment that suits you the best after examining your skin.
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  • DNB (Dermatology), Fellowship in Dermatological Laser Surgery, Fellowship In Cosmetic Dermatology, Diploma in Venerology & Dermatology (DVD), MBBS
    Top 6 things that revive acne prone skin

    Male or female, it affects us all at some point of time in our lives. Stress, pollution, improper diet, high blood sugar, and hormonal imbalance are the main reasons behind acne.

    Amongst the external intake related causes caffeine, dairy products, fried food, sweets and cola are the foods to be avoided. Also smoking, as cigarette smoke alters skin lipids and also causes relative deficiency of antioxidants contributing to the onset and/or exacerbation of acne. Alcohol consumptions on the other hand both directly and indirectly causes acne. Heavy drinking or binge drinking does more harm than light drinking.

    However, certain foods when included in daily diet, help curb acne.

    1. Lots of water - One reasons of acne is when the toxins in our body start reflecting on our skins. It is advisable to drink at least eight glasses of water to flush out the toxins, ensure smooth digestion, regulate acidity and ensure that your skin glows from within.

    2. Cool cucumbers - Cucumbers have high water content, along with cooling properties. It has antioxidants, vitamin c and silica which are all good for the skin. Cucumbers are also known to fight inflammation causing enzymes.

    3. Nourishing carrots - Carrots are rich in beta carotene and vitamin a. They help cure acne by eliminating the oils and proteins which cause them. Broccoli and green leafy vegetable also serve the same purpose.

    4. Saviour berries - Berries have high content of anti-oxidants which prevent the skin from damage within, thus preventing acne and inflammation.

    5. Anti-oxidant green tea - Also a rich source of anti-oxidants, green tea is known to balance the blood sugar, which in turn protects the skin from acne.

    6. Yummy yogurts - Even though dairy products are known to be bad for acne, yoghurt happens to be very good for prevention of acne. Keep in mind that it is fresh and not too fermented.

    If you would like to consult with me privately, please click on consult.

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    Dr jeetendra is a hard working dermatologist who has lot of compassion in his field. he is expert in all cosmetic procedures and dermatological surgeries. his treatment skills are upto date.
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