Dr. Harsh Shanishwara
Skin Procedures
Skin Tightening
Taking care of your skin and investing in it is better than covering it up!
A fresh and radiant skin is what we desire. Skin tightening is a cosmetic procedure that penetrates deeper layers of the dermis and stimulates the formation of substances like elastin and collagen to rebuild and replenish the elasticity of your skin. Thus making your skin appear more youthful and smooth.
Skin Lifting
Skin lifting treatments are cosmetic methods that help tighten the skin in order to minimize wrinkles and other aging symptoms. It is a combination of minimally invasive and nonsurgical procedures, designed to rejuvenate and refresh the appearance. With the advent of modern techniques like laser, radiofrequency and ultrasound along with botox and fillers, there are a whole lot of other options available for giving your skin that perfect look.
Skin toning
Our skin ages as well as we do!
It requires a great deal of attention and protection to feel radiant on the inside. Uneven skin tone might stifle your self-esteem and can make you conscious. There are a number of reasons why your skin tone may become uneven. Hyperpigmentation, hormonal changes, acne and acne-related scarring, lifestyle choices/changes, increased skin sensitivity, and a variety of other factors could all play a role. Skin toning treatments medically address your skin concerns like dark spots, strong sun tans, acne scars, and clogged pores etc.
Open Pore Correction
When the skin produces too much oil, it can't breathe, resulting in acne and clogged pores. As you get older, your skin loses its flexibility and is unable to cure these pores on its own, resulting in larger, more apparent pores.
Mole Removal
Moles are also known as beauty spots but sometimes they are too big, dark and can be inconvenient if they rub against your clothes. Surgical excision (cutting) or surgical shave are the options by which you can get freedom from these moles. It is very important for an expert to examine the mole before their excision to know whether it is benign (non-cancerous) or malignant (cancerous).
Skin Biopsy
A skin biopsy is a process that involves removing cells or skin samples from your body for testing in the lab. A skin biopsy is used to diagnose skin diseases and to remove abnormal tissue by a specialised doctor.
Sebaceous Cyst Excision
Cysts are small bumps like or small sac-like development on your skin that can be filled with liquid or air. The majority of them are benign (non-cancerous) and are caused by a sebaceous (oil) gland buildup. These cysts are removed by different procedures like surgical excision, punch excision & Radiofrequency ablation depending upon their size and location.
Skin Lightening
No two people can have the same skin colour and tone and with each passing year, your skin's natural radiance, texture, and smoothness deteriorate due to age and exposure to sunlight and pollution. Skin lightening procedures aim to reduce dark patches on the skin caused by melanin deposition in certain areas of the body. Significant improvement can be seen with the use of skin lightening therapies such as lotions, dietary supplements, chemical peels, laser treatment, and others. The primary goal of these therapies is to give patients a more even, radiant, and crisp skin tone.
Age gracefully and enjoy the journey called life! Aging is an inevitable phenomenon, along with memories it also brings wrinkles, fine lines, pigmentations, rough texture and uneven skin tone. Anti-aging therapies are intended to diminish these problems and issues. These procedures are most typically used on the face, neck, and hands, which are the areas of the body most susceptible to the initial indications of aging.
Skin Resurfacing & Polishing
You will be the proud owner of lovely skin after these procedures. The skin resurfacing and polishing treatments include procedures like Microneedling, Microdermabrasion, Fractional-RF, Fractionated Er YAG.
Acne and its treatments
Acne is a skin disorder that occurs when oil and dead skin cells clog your hair follicles. It might result in whiteheads, blackheads, or pimples on the skin. Teenagers are the most affected by acne, yet it affects people of all ages.
When it comes to acne treatment, specialists recommend using an effective skincare routine, eating nutritious foods, and exercising. Creams, cleansers, antibiotics, steroids (in severe cases), dietary vitamins, retinoid, and other drugs are used to treat acne. Apart from the above, Chemical Peels, Surgical Scar Correction, and Laser Scar Correction are all in-clinic procedures for acne treatment and scars treatment. Approaches and outcomes are highly reliant on the severity and condition of an individual's acne.
Concerns of pigmentation
Many people are affected by birthmarks and other pigmentation issues. Pigmented birthmarks, macular stains, hemangiomas, and port wine stains are among the most prevalent, but conditions such as albinism, melasma, vitiligo, and pigmentation loss due to skin trauma are also widespread. ​​The goal of pigmentation removal therapies is to reduce or eliminate hyperpigmentation in the affected area. Chemical or laser peels, IPL treatment, microdermabrasion, retinoids, creams, and lotions are the most popular therapies used to reduce pigmentation.
Removal of skin tags
A skin tag is a little, soft, dangling piece of skin with a peduncle or stalk. They can appear anywhere on the body, although they are more common where skin scrapes against flesh or clothing. These tags can be removed easily by surgical or laser removal, cryotherapy, electrosurgery.
Scar tissue forms to repair damaged skin. Scars result from injuries, surgery, illness, burns and acne. Depending on the type of scar, several therapies can be used to eliminate it. Topical treatment, oral medication, Laser, as well as Invasive procedures, such as surgery, could be used to remove tougher and deeper scars.