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The department of dermatology is a high-end centre for the investigation and treatment of diseases, infections and disorders afflicting the skin and hair. We offer a range of clinical and cosmetic dermatology for children and adults. Along with providing medicinal solutions, we also offer preventive guidance for your skin health. Our team of dermatologists work in close collaboration with other multidisciplinary specialists such as our cosmetic surgeons to help you achieve your beauty and health goals.

Dermatological conditions we treat

Dermatological conditions we treat


Acne is a common skin condition causing whiteheads, blackheads and pimples due to hair follicles in the skin getting plugged with oil and dead cells. Treatment options include medication and injections for breakout control.

Cellulitis Symptoms

Cellulitis, a bacterial skin infection, manifests various symptoms indicative of its presence. Initially, the affected skin appears red, swollen, and tender to the touch. As the infection progresses, warmth and a sensation of tightness may accompany these symptoms. Patients often report pain or discomfort in the affected area, sometimes exacerbated by movement or pressure. In severe cases, fever, chills, and fatigue can develop, indicating systemic involvement. It's crucial to seek medical attention promptly upon noticing these signs, as untreated cellulitis can lead to complications such as abscess formation or bloodstream infection. Timely diagnosis and treatment are essential for effective management and prevention of further complications.


Mycoses, fungal infections that invade various tissues in the human body, present a complex challenge to medical professionals worldwide. Ranging from superficial infections like athlete's foot to life-threatening systemic conditions, mycoses thrive in diverse environments. Opportunistic fungi exploit weakened immune systems, causing infections in immunocompromised individuals. Candida species, for instance, commonly affect mucous membranes, while Aspergillus species pose a significant risk in patients with impaired lung function. Diagnosis often relies on microscopy, culture, or molecular techniques, with treatment typically involving antifungal medications. Despite advances, mycoses remain a significant global health concern, necessitating ongoing research and vigilant management strategies.


An allergy is a condition in which your immune system reacts abnormally to a foreign substance such as pollens, certain food products and pet danders. Allergies affect everyone differently and cause mild to severe reactions. Treatment is offered based on the type of allergens and overall health.

Skin infections

When different bacterias, viruses, fungi or parasites infect your skin leading to troubling symptoms such as redness, itching and swelling, this condition is known as a skin infection. These include abscess, cellulitis, ringworm and warts. Treatment depends on the symptoms & type of infection.

Skin Cancer

Skin cancer is a potentially deadly disease that develops when skin cells undergo malignant transformation due to prolonged exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun or artificial sources like tanning beds. It manifests in various forms including basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma, the deadliest type. Early detection is crucial for successful treatment. Prevention involves minimising sun exposure, wearing protective clothing, and using sunscreen. Regular skin checks and prompt medical attention for suspicious moles or lesions are essential. Despite advancements in treatment, skin cancer remains a significant public health concern, emphasising the importance of sun safety practices.


Vasculitis is a complex medical condition characterised by inflammation of blood vessels. It can affect any part of the body, from large arteries to tiny capillaries. Symptoms vary depending on the organs involved but commonly include fever, fatigue, weight loss, and organ-specific symptoms like skin rashes, joint pain, or nerve damage. The exact cause of vasculitis remains unclear, though it's often associated with autoimmune disorders, infections, or drug reactions. Diagnosis typically involves a combination of medical history, physical examination, imaging tests, and sometimes biopsy. Treatment aims to suppress inflammation, relieve symptoms, and prevent complications, often requiring a multidisciplinary approach involving rheumatologists, immunologists, and other specialists.


Eczema or atopic dermatitis is a chronic condition that causes inflammation of the skin. It is characterised by redness, itching, skin dryness, raised bumps and scaly skin. Eczema can occur at any age but is fairly common in children. It is treated with the use of creams and medicines.

Hair loss

Hair loss is a common hair problem that can affect anyone at any age. It can be triggered by hereditary reasons, hormonal problems, health issues or increasing age. Management is based on the severity and cause of the condition & includes medicines and laser therapy.


Vitiligo is a skin condition in which white patches develop unevenly over your skin. It is usually caused as a result of autoimmune conditions, exposure to chemicals and skin damage. It is treated with the help of medications and phototherapy to lighten the effect of white patches.

Treatments we offer

Treatments we offer

Medicinal therapy

Different skin, hair and nail conditions are addressed with the prescription of certain medicines and injections. The treatment method depends upon the type of condition, the severity of symptoms and the overall health of the patient.

Laser hair reduction

Laser hair reduction is a technique to remove unwanted hair growth on your body. Common targeted body parts include legs, arms, armpits, upper lip and chin. High-energy laser light beams are used to concentrate on unwanted hair growth for removal.

Laser skin resurfacing and scar treatment

Laser skin resurfacing is an aesthetic dermatologic procedure. It is done to remove scars, reduce the impact of wrinkles, tighten skin cells and get rid of lesions. It is a dynamic scar treatment that utilises laser beams to target certain areas of the body.

Chemical peels

A chemical peel is a cosmetic procedure that involves the use of chemical solutions to enhance the appearance of the skin. There are different types of chemical peels - light, medium and deep. This treatment method is used for the correction of scars, wrinkles and discoloured skin areas.

Anti-ageing skin treatment

Anti-ageing skin treatments are cosmetic dermatology procedures that help in achieving a more youthful appearance. These include botox injections, dermal fillers, thread lifts and skin tightening. We offer personalised anti-ageing procedures to help you attain your beauty goals.

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy is a skin rejuvenation technique that uses blood plasma to tighten skin and recover hair loss. This therapy makes use of your own plasma and platelets in the form of dermal injections.

Why choose us?

Why choose us?

Highlights of the department:

  • Specialised clinical dermatology
  • State-of-the-art laser hair reduction
  • Full range of medical & surgical treatments
  • Personalised cosmetic dermatological care

Our dermatologist

Our dermatologist

Patient stories

Patient stories



What are some common skin conditions in children?

Common skin conditions in kids are eczema, diaper rash, dermatitis, measles, warts, acne and fifth disease.

What are some foods good for skin and hair?

Avocados, fatty fish, walnuts, tomatoes, broccoli, sweet potatoes and bell peppers are healthy for your skin and hair. 

What is the difference between clinical and cosmetic dermatology?

Clinical dermatology focuses on treating diseases while cosmetic dermatology helps in enhancing the appearance of your skin and hair.

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