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Bariatric Physician, Chemcial Peel, Cosmetologist, Dermatologist/ Cosmetologist, Dietitian/ Nutritionist, Facelift, Laser Specialist, Medical Cosmetologist, Obesity Consultant, Obesity Specialist
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Our medical care facility offers treatments from the best doctors in the field of Cosmetologist.We are dedicated to providing you with the personalized, quality health care that you deserve.

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Clinic-2000 is known for housing experienced s. Dr. Ravindranath Reddy, a well-reputed Medical Cosmetologist, Laser Specialist, Obesity Specialist, Bariatric Physician, Obesity Consultant, Chemcial Peel, Facelift, Cosmetologist, Dermatologist/ Cosmetologist, Cosmetologist, Dietitian/ Nutritionist , practices in Hyderabad. Visit this medical health centre for s recommended by 49 patients.

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Clinic Address
Flat no. 203, 2nd floor sai dutta arcade st no. 6, himayat ngr landmark: Near Mitra agency & maruti showroom & Diagonally Opp.To Kfc, Hyderabad
Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh - 500029
Details for Dr. Ravindranath Reddy
Kakatiya Medical College, Wrangal,
Annamalai University,
Diploma in Medical Cosmetology
Professional Memberships
American Society of Bariatric Physicians
American Academy of Anti Ageing Medicine
Fellow of All India Medicos Society
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Member - World Obesity
Indian Medical Association (IMA)
Fellow of the Royal Society of Health (FRSH)
International Association for the Study of Obesity (IASO)
Life Member ISCON
  • MBBS, Diploma in Medical Cosmetology
    Medical Cosmetologist, Laser Specialist, Obesity Specialist, Bariatric Physician, Obesity Consultant, Chemcial Peel, Facelift, Cosmetologist, Dermatologist/ Cosmetologist, Cosmetologist, Dietitian/ Nutritionist
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  • Diploma in Medical Cosmetology, MBBS
    Flat, grey, brown or black spots, which usually occur on the sun exposed areas of the human skin are called Age spots. They are also termed as senile lentigo, liver spots, solar lentigines or sun spots.

    Serious conditions of age spots include:

    A malignant skin cancer condition called melanoma
    A type of skin cancer condition called lentigo maligna
    A non-cancerous skin growth called keratosis.

    Noticeable characteristics of age spots that are identifiable include:

    Darkened pigmentation
    Irregularity in border
    Combination in colours
    Size increase over a short period
    Bleeding, itching, redness or tenderness


    The procedure for diagnosing is usually performed by dermatologists. If the doctor has any serious concern about the skin, a skin biopsy might be needed which would require the doctor to analyse a small sample of the skin. A local anaesthetic would be applied and a small portion of the skin would be cut away. Examination of the sample would be performed in the lab in order to determine whether there is a possibility of a condition other than solar lentiginosis.


    Treatment is not usually required as age spots are harmless. However, for cosmetic purposes, people choose to treat the age spots. Some of the treatments include:

    Prescription of bleaching creams, often coupled with retinoid creams and steroids are used to lighten age spots.
    Dermabrasion is performed using a rotating brush to remove its surface layers and scour the skin. Redness and scabbing might be felt.
    Cryotherapy is performed where liquid nitrogen is used to freeze the skin of the age spot which in turn destroys the dark colour produced by the melanin. There is a possibility of scarring during this procedure.
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  • Diploma in Medical Cosmetology, MBBS
    Skin problems are on the rise due to stress, pollution, unhealthy eating habits, among a lot of others factors. Acne, pimples, freckles, fine lines and wrinkles are common problems people are compalining about, even the younger ones.

    Flawless skin is now becoming a thing of the past.

    There are certain habits, which can be followed by you on a regular basis to restore the health of your skin. Some of them are:

    1. Intake of vitamin C in various forms - Vitamin C is used in the collagen production process by amino acids. One of the most convenient ways of maintaining the glow of your skin is to introduce fruits and vegetables which are rich in vitamin C.
    2. Quit smoking - The pursuit of healthy skin necessitates immediate disengagement with smoking. This fatal habit should be avoided at all cost, as it triggers and facilitates the aging process. It also aggravates the production of free radicals in the skin which in turn adversely affects the skin.
    3. Less exposure to the sun - Exposure to ultraviolet rays of the sun may damage the collagen structure of the skin. It also causes tanning and increases your chance of developing skin cancer.
    4. Avoid sweet food - Consumption of sweets may lead to the formation of various substances, which threaten to damage the collagen structure and subsequently aggravates the aging process.
    5. Consume proteins - The level of oestrogen falls drastically in women after menopause, leading to the development of wrinkles. Foods, such as soy, nuts and beans minimise this effect by replenishing the level of oestrogen in the body and therefore must be incorporated in the diet
    6. Exercise regularly - Exercising on a regular basis improves your skin health as it increases blood circulation in the body. Consequently, it helps in delivering various nutrients to the skin, which in turn defers aging. Daily exercises also prevent the onset of various skin disorders.
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  • Diploma in Medical Cosmetology, MBBS
    The most common form of leishmaniasis, cutaneous leishmaniasis is generally identified as a parasitic disease caused by the bite of infected sand flies and is responsible for causing skin sores. These skin sores vary in size and appearance and are susceptible to changes over time. They have often been described as miniature volcanoes, having slightly elevated edges with a central crater, and at times covered by a scab. Occasionally, swollen glands can appear in and around the sores, and may or may not be painful.

    Causes of cutaneous leishmaniasis include:
    1. Cutaneous leishmaniasis can be easily spread by the mere bite of certain types of phlebotomine sand flies. Initially, sand flies get infected when they bite an infected animal; say a rodent or a dog, or even another person already suffering from it. They then act as a vector agent and carry the virus around with them. If they happen to bite you, you will discover the growth of these volcanic skin sores gradually, if not immediately.
    2. Cutaneous leishmaniasis can also be spread via blood transfusions or through the use of contaminated needles.
    3. Occasionally, though very rarely, cutaneous leishmaniasis can also be spread from a pregnant mother to her newborn baby.

    Cutaneous leishmaniasis can be treated in various ways. Some effective methods of treatment may include:
    1. Cryotherapy
    2. Local heat therapy (most suitably at around 40 degrees celsius)
    3. Several topical paromomycin preparations
    4. Certain types of sodium preparations
    5. Antibiotic therapy
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