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Twacha Pal - Skin Clinic & Cosmetology Centre

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H No-634, Pocket E, Sector 21 Gurgaon
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Twacha Pal - Skin Clinic & Cosmetology Centre is known for housing experienced Dermatologists. Dr. Sangeeta Varma, a well-reputed Dermatologist, practices in Gurgaon. Visit this medical health centre for Dermatologists recommended by 54 patients.

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Hi,<br/><br/>I am Dr. Sangeeta Verma. I am a practicing dermatologist and cosmetic dermatologist....

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I am Dr. Sangeeta Verma. I am a practicing dermatologist and cosmetic dermatologist. So today I will be telling you about PRP therapy or called as the Platelet Rich Plasma therapy. Why it is done? It is done to repair the cells whether it is an ulcer, hair or skin. For skin it is done to rejuvenate the tissue. For hair it is done to restore the hair follicles. For ulcers, it heals the ulcer. In the beginning I will briefly tell you about the blood. What is blood composed of? Blood is composed of RBC, WBC platelets and plasma. Plasma is the fluid in which all these cells are present. What are platelets? Platelets are the cells in the blood which helps in the repair of tissues wherever the damage is done. They release growth factors and they help to build the tissue. What are the precautions which we have to take before going for PRP therapy? What all are the people who cannot take PRP therapy?

Those who are completely bald or those who are chronic smokers or alcoholic, those who are on blood thinners, those who suffer from any medical condition like chronic skin or liver disease or any metabolic disorder or any blood disorder. These people cannot go for PRP therapy. In PRP therapy, we take out blood from the forearm, from the vein. Then it is centrifuged in a machine. The centrifugal force is so much that the heaviest particle settles down at the bottom. RBCs followed by WBC and then platelets. So the uppermost layer which is the plasma can be thrown out because it doesn't have any platelets and it is called Platelet Poor Plasma. Followed by the platelet-rich plasma.

This is the solution which we inject into the patient. We anesthetize the area first. It can be done by using any kind of spray or we can also give nerve blocks or simple with the help of a vibrator. After anesthetizing we disinfect the area and then we give the PRP insulin syringes. After that we can mix it with the microneedle called dermaroller also and this creates microchannels which damage the tissue and which attracts platelets to that surrounding area and which helps in repairing the damage. Any risk or side effects of PRP? There is only mild tenderness or soreness or just mild pain which goes away as soon as the procedure is done. It is minimally invasive procedure requiring just only injections. This PRP therapy takes around 60 to 90 minutes overall and then the patient is free to do any activity which he wants to do. Generally, 3-8 sessions are required and which are covered up within a year. This is followed up by high maintenance as per the need. So this is in short about the PRP therapy. I hope you could understand.

Thank you!

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Dr. Sangeeta Varma

M Derm, DNB (Dermatology & Venereology) , MBBS
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Dermabrasion - All You Need To Know!

M Derm, DNB (Dermatology & Venereology) , MBBS
Dermatologist, Gurgaon
Dermabrasion - All You Need To Know!

Dermabrasion is a procedure where a brush made up of wire or a rough edged diamond wheel is used on the skin to remove the upper layer from the skin. The rotation of the brush causes the upper layer of the skin to come off and may cause bleeding. The skin that comes off is replaced with new skin.

Why it is done -

1. The procedure may be used to treat various surgical scars.
2. Usually this procedure is used to get rid of acne scars.
3. The procedure is used to treat various superficial growths that occur on the skin such as small cysts.
4. It may also be used to treat wrinkles around the mouth.

Procedure -

The area where the procedure is carried out is marked and then cleaned properly. Local anesthetics are used to numb the skin followed by application of ice pack for about half an hour. If the preceding procedures do not harden the skin enough, then a freezing spray may be used to firm up the skin. Gauze may be used to restrict the bleeding which results from the procedure. The area is then cleaned and ointment is applied.

Post-surgery - 

The depth and size of the procedure determines how much time the recovery process will take. For example - a small patch of skin will take little time to heal compared to a full face dermabrasion. It usually takes 6-7 days for the skin to regrow, which is pink in color. The color tends to fade away in 2-3 months. Usually patients do not suffer from pain, but if you do have some pain then you can take pain relievers. Corticosteroids may be used to treat swellings, if any.

You need to follow certain precautionary measures after the surgery -

1. Regular cleaning of the skin to avoid various infections of the skin.
2. Regular changing of the dressing and the ointment to speed up the healing process.
3. Sun exposure needs to be avoided as the new skin is prone to damage. You may use sunscreen to protect yourself from the sun's rays.

Skin Cancer - Know If You Are At Risk Of It?

M Derm, DNB (Dermatology & Venereology) , MBBS
Dermatologist, Gurgaon
Skin Cancer - Know If You Are At Risk Of It?

Skin cancer is a condition with abnormal and cancerous skin growths. This often develops due to the over exposure of skin to the rays of the sun. The three main types of skin cancer include basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma and melanoma.

Skin cancer affects those areas of skin which remains sun-exposed including ears, neck, chest, scalp, lips, face, hands, arm and legs. It can also develop on those areas of skin that are not exposed to sunlight like beneath toenails or fingernails, on palms and on genital area.

Risk factors associated with skin cancer

Here are some of the factors which increase your risks of getting skin cancer:

1. Fair complexion: Low levels of the pigment melanin in skin causes fair complexion. Fair- skinned individuals who have a history of hazel or blue eyes, repeated sunburns and people who have red or blond hair are highly susceptible to developing this form of cancer. Less pigment in skin makes an individual more vulnerable to skin damage from harmful UV radiation.

2. Excessive sun exposure: Exposure to the sun may lead to the development of skin cancer, if you don't protect your skin by sunscreen and clothing. Tanning beds and lamps may also increase the risk of developing this type of skin cancer.

3. High-altitude places: The exposure to sunlight is more intense in areas of high altitude and near the equator. Living at higher elevation also makes you more vulnerable to radiation because the sunlight is strongest there.

4. Moles: People with abnormal moles are at a higher risk of developing skin cancer. These moles are irregular in shape and are larger than normal moles.

5. Precancerous skin lesions: Your risk of developing skin cancer increases if you have skin lesion. These are scaly and rough patches that range from brown to dark pink in color. The most commonly affected areas are head, hands and face of fair-skinned people.

6. Weak immune system: Weak immune system caused by HIV or AIDS and immunosuppressant drugs that you take after an organ transplant may increase your risk of developing skin cancer.

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Hives - Important Facts You Must Know!

M Derm, DNB (Dermatology & Venereology) , MBBS
Dermatologist, Gurgaon
Hives - Important Facts You Must Know!

Hives is also known as Urticaria, which is a sudden outbreak of swollen, red bumps on the skin. These occur due to an allergic reaction to an allergen or some unknown reasons. These bumps are usually accompanied by a few common symptoms like redness, burning sensation, itchiness, inflammation and swelling. They can be of varied shapes and most often the larger ones are very painful. Your skin gets badly affected by hives and the itchiness is quite irritating. 

Few facts about hives

-  Prominent symptoms: Hives occur due to allergic reactions and some of the most highlighting symptoms are trouble in breathing, swelling, stomach cramps, dizziness and other related ones. People facing these kinds of symptoms are mainly kept in an emergency room so that proper care can be taken.

-  Lasting period of hives: In general, the symptoms of hives fade away within a few hours, and just few scratches are left behind. Though in some cases hives return either for few weeks or days. Some people experience the symptoms after specific intervals and thus you got to have proper medical care.

-  Causes of hives: Some of the commonest causes of hives are medicines, excessive exercises, serious or rare diseases, cold, heat or pressure, insect bites or stings, different kinds of allergies especially food allergies, bladder or other infections and others. Sometimes, hives might occur all of a sudden without any specific reason.

-   Who gets hives: Both adults and kids of different ages can have hives at any time. Thus, you should be aware fully of the same in order to prevent this kind of skin disease. Though the symptoms last maximum for six months but still the sufferings are unbearable at times.

-  Diagnosis of hives: Hives can now be easily detected by doctors just by looking at the available symptoms and thus no special kind of diagnosis is required. Physical examination is conducted and the doctor often asks a few questions from the patients. If the symptoms continue for a long time then in that case blood tests are also recommended by the doctor. The doctor might recommend any other medical test in this regard in accordance with the patient's condition.

-  Treating hives: The doctors often prescribe antihistamines to the patients who suffer from hives. The sources causing hives are asked to be avoided so that the chances of getting attacked by this kind of skin trouble can be reduced. Doctors keep the patients under supervision and then accordingly prescribe medicines for a speedy recovery.

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Ingrown Hair - All You Need To Know

M Derm, DNB (Dermatology & Venereology) , MBBS
Dermatologist, Gurgaon
Ingrown Hair - All You Need To Know

Ingrown hair refers to a situation in which a part of the body hair which has been trimmed, shaved or tweezed grows back into the skin in a curled form. This sometimes causes painful and discomforting skin conditions such as swelling, bump formation and chronic pain in the area from where the hair was removed.

This condition is mostly common among people who have very tightly curled hair on their entire bodies. Among men the most affected areas are cheeks, chin and neck. Additionally they can also appear in cases of men who regularly shave their head. In case of women, ingrown hairs in common in areas like armpits, pubic region and legs. The most common signs of this condition are enlisted below.

1. Small skin bumps (papules)
2. Small, pus-filled, blister-like lesions (pustules)
3. Hyperpigmentation (skin darkening)
4. Long lasting and chronic pain
5. Itching

Causes

Ingrown hair might also occur if you do the following activities:

1. Pulling your skin while shaving your body hair can give rise to ingrown hair. This in turn allows the shaved hair particles to penetrate back into the skin without growing outwards.
2. Tweezing of hair can also lead to the hair particles to grow inwards instead of growing outwards

Complications

Some common complications associated with this condition are:

1. Bacterial and fungal infections that usually happen from scratching of the affected area
2. Hyperpigmentation of the skin which involves an abrupt darkening of the skin areas
3. Permanent scarring of the tissue of the affecting skin

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Skin Care - Why Is It Important For Everyone?

M Derm, DNB (Dermatology & Venereology) , MBBS
Dermatologist, Gurgaon
Skin Care - Why Is It Important For Everyone?

The skin is known as the largest organ in the human body. It covers us from top to toe and has three layers: the epidermis which is the outer most layer, the dermis which lies just beneath it, and the hypodermis which holds the fat and connective tissue. The skin requires constant care and protection because it is exposed to the ravages of pollution, dust and harmful UV rays.

Let us consider the following reasons for taking care of the skin:

* Free Radicals: The particles or molecules that escape from dust, pollution and other such factors in everyday urban living, settle on the skin and clog the pores. It is important to clean the skin every single day and exfoliate at least once a week with a trip to the salon or with a facial scrub at home, so that these can be removed.

* Dead Cells: The skin throws up dead cells on a daily basis which may not be obvious to the naked eye. These need to be cleared daily as they can also clog the pores and give rise to acne, skin infection and other skin conditions that can take a turn for the worse with ailments like Melanoma and skin cancer.

* Elasticity: One must keep the skin clean and use anti aging products in a timely manner along with a good moisturiser and sun screen, so that the supple quality and glow is kept intact with a regular cleanse of the collagen which can be prevented from slipping away due to neglect. This collagen keeps the elasticity of the skin which makes the skin look firm and young.

* Prevention: One must clean the skin and use skin care products that prevent premature aging and accumulation of free radicals. Prevention is better than cure and this stands true in the case of skin care as well. 

* UV Rays: The powerful UV rays can hit your skin persistently and cause long term damage and sun spots. In order to lessen the damaging effect, it is important to use protective skin care products that will help in keeping freckles, age spots, brown spots, skin peeling and excessive sun burn and tanning at bay. 

* Skin Problems and Allergies: Bug bites, injuries and other allergies must be taken care of instantly with a visit to the doctor or medicated creams and medication. This will ensure that the delicate texture of the skin does not get marred by possible infection.

It is important to look after your skin with a proper routine of cleansing, toning and moisturising.

Excessive Facial Hair (Hirsutism) - What You Should Do?

M Derm, DNB (Dermatology & Venereology) , MBBS
Dermatologist, Gurgaon
Excessive Facial Hair (Hirsutism) - What You Should Do?

Women can find unwanted hair growth very embarrassing. This is especially true if she sports hair growth on her face. Excessive hair growth on a woman is also known as hirsutism. This differs from the usual fine 'peach fuzz' that covers the rest of the body. Such hair can be characterized as dark and coarse.

Hirsutism has a number of causes. Some of the most common reasons for this condition are:

Genes
Hirsutism often runs in families. Thus if your mother or grandmother suffered from this skin condition, chances are that you may suffer from the same. This is most commonly seen in people from the Mediterranean region and south East Asia.

Hormones

Hirsutism is also linked to an abnormally high level of male hormones like androgens in the body. This is usually seen in cases where women suffer from polycystic ovary syndrome, Cushings syndrome or tumors in the adrenal gland.

Medication
A shift in hormone levels is also a common side effect of many types of medication. This is typically seen in drugs that include hormones such as anabolic steroids, drugs that spur hair growth and drugs that help with endometriosis

Facial hirsutism can be treated in a number of ways. Some of the ways to remove excess hair are:

Shaving
This is an easy and quick way to remove unwanted skin. however, it may irritate the skin and with every shave, the hair growth may get coarser.

Bleaching
This is a temporary solution for Hirsutism but may irritate the skin and does not suit dark skinned women.

Waxing
When done regularly, waxing can reduce the amount of hair growth. However, this is a painful technique and can cause skin inflammation.

Laser hair treatment
Compared to the above forms of hair removal, laser treatment can remove hair for the longest period of time. However, this is not a permanent solution and can have side effects like the lightening or darkening of skin.

Electrolysis
This is permanent solution to hirsutism. It can require several sittings and may also lead to scarring or changes in skin colour.

Medication
Prescription drugs can also change the way hair grows on the body. However, if you stop using this medication the hair growth with go back to its original form. Birth control pills and anti androgen blockers are the most common form of prescription drugs used to treat hirsutism.

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Warts Vs Moles - Everything You Need To Know About Them!

M Derm, DNB (Dermatology & Venereology) , MBBS
Dermatologist, Gurgaon
Warts Vs Moles - Everything You Need To Know About Them!

Everyone wants to have a bright and radiating skin. But blemishes and skin abnormalities are common and can occur due to lifestyle, diet or hormonal imbalances. Moles and warts are typical skin issues. But how do you tell them apart?

Moles – What are they?

Hardly ever causing pain, they appear in many different colours and can be bumpy or flat. Most often of red, brown or black colour, they occur as a result of skin pigmentation called melanocytes. They can be caused due to direct exposure to sunlight or due to genetic factors as well. They can appear in any part of the body and form slowly, taking a long time to grow.

Warts – What are they?

Small bumps or rough growth on the skin that appear in hands, legs, fingers, soles of the feet, face or in the genital area manifest as warts. They are white or pale. They occur as a result of harmful virus infection of Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) and hence, can be contagious. As opposed to moles, warts need to be removed quickly since a virus causes them.

How do you differentiate a mole from a wart?
Below are some common characteristics of each that can help you identify the skin problem:

Moles

  • Either flat or elevated from the skin, they are commonly referred to as beauty marks or birth marks.
  • At times, they have hair growing from them.
  • Usually, they have one colour – mostly on the darker side.
  • It cannot be transmitted between people.
  • They are generated by a collection of pigment cells in the body and darken during hormonal changes.
  • They tend to become cancerous and lead to melanoma.

Warts

  • They are harmless, yet contagious.
  • They have small black or dark dots in the centre that are tiny blood vessels, which provide them with nutrients.
  • They grow outwards on the skin with a scaly or bumpy deposit.
  • They can grow anywhere on the body, but are commonly found in feet, hands or fingers.

How to treat warts and moles?

The good news is that both warts and moles do not pose a grave risk to your health, but they are annoying and can turn dangerous in the long run. Especially with warts, you can give it to someone or acquire from someone, since it is a type of virus infection. So, seek medical assistance if you want them to be removed from your skin.

Be aware of the difference between warts and moles to know what you are dealing with.

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Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy

M Derm, DNB (Dermatology & Venereology) , MBBS
Dermatologist, Gurgaon
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I am Dr. Sangeeta Verma. I am a practicing dermatologist and cosmetic dermatologist. So today I will be telling you about PRP therapy or called as the Platelet Rich Plasma therapy. Why it is done? It is done to repair the cells whether it is an ulcer, hair or skin. For skin it is done to rejuvenate the tissue. For hair it is done to restore the hair follicles. For ulcers, it heals the ulcer. In the beginning I will briefly tell you about the blood. What is blood composed of? Blood is composed of RBC, WBC platelets and plasma. Plasma is the fluid in which all these cells are present. What are platelets? Platelets are the cells in the blood which helps in the repair of tissues wherever the damage is done. They release growth factors and they help to build the tissue. What are the precautions which we have to take before going for PRP therapy? What all are the people who cannot take PRP therapy?

Those who are completely bald or those who are chronic smokers or alcoholic, those who are on blood thinners, those who suffer from any medical condition like chronic skin or liver disease or any metabolic disorder or any blood disorder. These people cannot go for PRP therapy. In PRP therapy, we take out blood from the forearm, from the vein. Then it is centrifuged in a machine. The centrifugal force is so much that the heaviest particle settles down at the bottom. RBCs followed by WBC and then platelets. So the uppermost layer which is the plasma can be thrown out because it doesn't have any platelets and it is called Platelet Poor Plasma. Followed by the platelet-rich plasma.

This is the solution which we inject into the patient. We anesthetize the area first. It can be done by using any kind of spray or we can also give nerve blocks or simple with the help of a vibrator. After anesthetizing we disinfect the area and then we give the PRP insulin syringes. After that we can mix it with the microneedle called dermaroller also and this creates microchannels which damage the tissue and which attracts platelets to that surrounding area and which helps in repairing the damage. Any risk or side effects of PRP? There is only mild tenderness or soreness or just mild pain which goes away as soon as the procedure is done. It is minimally invasive procedure requiring just only injections. This PRP therapy takes around 60 to 90 minutes overall and then the patient is free to do any activity which he wants to do. Generally, 3-8 sessions are required and which are covered up within a year. This is followed up by high maintenance as per the need. So this is in short about the PRP therapy. I hope you could understand.

Thank you!

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PRP Therapy - Why Is It Best For Hair Loss Treatment?

M Derm, DNB (Dermatology & Venereology) , MBBS
Dermatologist, Gurgaon
PRP Therapy - Why Is It Best For Hair Loss Treatment?

Hair Loss Male Pattern Balding or Androgenic Alopecia is a rising concern. Upto 40% of men lose 40% of their hair even before they reach 35 years of age. That’s staggering! But, fortunately, we now have the technology to counter it. Let us first understand the main types of hair loss. 

Hair loss is widely categorized into two types - Scarring and Non-Scarring 

Non-scarring hair loss is reversible and scarring hair loss isn’t. Each category has multiple causes that manifest in many different ways. And it’s very important to identify exactly what the underlying issue may be. A professional diagnosis is required by certified Dermato-Trichologists. Absolutely no treatment should be administered without a thorough understanding of an individual’s medical and genetic history. 

Depending on severity, there are three unique processes to treat hair loss. Early stages of Hair loss can be easily managed with a strong foundation of medical therapy. Appropriate oral & topical medicines are administered to reduce hair falland encourage hair thickening. This is the base of our process and depending on results, can be combined with other treatments. 

The next logical treatment to enhance regrowth is PRP or Plasma Rich Platelet Treatment. This is a highly successful, and not to mention, natural way to boost hair growth. Combined with medical therapy, PRP yeilds exceptional results. Finally, there is an option of hair transplants which ensures hair regrowth when there is more than 40-50% root loss or receding hairline.

What is Platelet-Rich Plasma?

PRP is a novel non-surgical therapeutic option for patients who require stimulation of hair growth for hair loss conditions. PRP is safe and natural because the procedure concentrates the good cells from your own blood and injects them directly back into the area where it is needed. PRP involves using your own cells that are not modified or changed, and it will not be rejected by your immune system.

How does PRP work?

PRP contains special cells called Platelets, which release plenty of rich growth factors that can cause growth of the hair follicles by stimulating the stem cells and other cells in the microenvironment of the hair follicle and promote active growth phase. 

How is PRP performed? 

Blood is drawn as though you are having routine blood testing with utmost care. The blood is spun in a centrifuge machine and the PRP is separated and removed from the rest of the blood. We prepare high quality PRP by spinning down the blood cells to a high concentration with our unique well researched protocol. The PRP is then injected with very fine needled syringes into the balding areas with very minimal discomfort. The Procedure is a lunch time session, you can walk out of the session without any downtime. The sessions are performed every 1-3 months, 6-8 sessions based on requirement according to the individual case and maintenance sessions are planned accordingly. Results are noticeable in 2-6 months from starting the treatment. 

What is the cost involved?

PRP varies from clinic-to-clinic, patient-to-patient. The price is also largely dependent on the number of sitting required to strengthen the follicles. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Dermatologist.

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Botox!

M Derm, DNB (Dermatology & Venereology) , MBBS
Dermatologist, Gurgaon
Botox!

Botox can be used to relax specific facial muscles that cause facial wrinkles, be it forehead lines or frown lines or crows lines. The procedure takes hardly 10 minutes. You may notice an effect within 3-7 days and it may last from 4-6 months.

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