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Male pattern baldness

I want to go for prp therapy. I want to know its effectiveness and what will be the cost of treatment.
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​​​Outdoor activities make our skin tan. The only option is to wear protective full sleeves clothing, cap or a hat, to carry an umbrella and sunglasses. Skin already tanned can be treated with depigmenting creams. A good skin care regimen comprises 4 steps - cleansing, toning, moisturizing and sunblock. Based on your skin type, a dermatologist will recommend you appropriate products Hi  Head lice can be treated effectively by a dermatologist or a family physician. They will also educate you how to prevent recurrences. Other members of the family or the hostel mates need to be treated  ​​ ​ Thanks for the query. This is a common condition, and probably indicates a disturbed immune system. You may be having a condition called alopecia areata, if there are well defined patches of hair loss. Other diagnosis may also be possible and can be ascertained while consulting. However, this is the diagnosis most of the times. Treatment is simple and has different approaches. You need to discuss with a dermatologist to understand it at length. Skin is the mirror of internal health and to get a perfect skin you need to treat both ways - internally and externally. A healthy diet and lifestyle is mandatory to achieve results. Hi  Please see a dermatologist for the needful.​ If your dermatologist feels, a skin biopsy may help. Habitual lip licking is bad. ​ You need to provide more information. Dry skin can have multiple reasons. Check yourself for any thyroid problem. ​A good skin care regimen comprises 4 steps - cleansing, toning, moisturizing and sunblock. Based on your skin type, a dermatologist will recommend you appropriate products. Hope it helps​ ​ Hi  There are many options to treat open pores. ​​ Face washes and retinoid based formulations are available. The strength of creams to be used can be determined by the dermatologist. You can opt for lasers if needed based on your severity. Hi Acne treatment has multiple stages - to control new breakouts, to clear the sequalae (pigmentation and scars) and to prevent a relaps e. An understanding to the cause of acne should be established or this keeps recurring. Acne is a disfiguring disease but a good dermatologist will be able to make your needs of a flawless skin successful. Oral medications along with chemical peels should work well. There are 4 primary causes for a person to develop acne and all of them should be addressed well. Skin is the mirror of internal health and to get a perfect skin you need to tr eat both ways - internally and externally.               Hi. Acne treatment has multiple stages - to control new breakouts, to clear the sequalae (pigmentation and scars) and to prevent a relaps e. So if you have no new acne lesions, then acne scar treatment can be started. Now-a-days many chemical peels also offers realistic promise like salicylic acid which is done by a dermatologist. He may also consider lasers or dermabrasion based on type of scars. Drak circles need to be evaluated and targeted specifically. Peels like glycolic acid and lactic acid  will help in lightening. Dermapen in combination with mesotherapy also helps. You may need oral medications. Consult a skin specialist .Dark circles around the eyes at your age is unusual and could indicate an insulin resistance. Skin is the mirror of internal health and to get a perfect skin you need to treat both ways - internally and externally. You definitely need to see a dermatologist. No skin specialist would have recommended a potent topical steroid such as betnovate on the face for acne. I assume it was a self treatment methodology or suggested by some friend. Your skin needs to be weaned off topical steroid and once its back to normal, acne treatment can be initiated. You may have a flare up of acne while doing so. There are several ways to deal acne and acne scars. Acne treatment has multiple stages - to control new breakouts, to clear the sequalae (pigmentation and scars) and to prevent a relapse.   Acne scar and pores can be treated with subcision, dermaroller, fractional CO2 lasers, chemical peels and likewise. Remember combining treatment modalities help to achieve desired results earlier. Your dermatologist will decide a treat ment plan for you after a consultation.   Best wishes Dr MK Agarwala New Delhi Thanks for the query. This could be related to a skin disease called vitiligo, its easily diagnosed by a dermatologist and if needed a blue light (Wood's lamp) is used to understand it better. Kindly consult a skin specialist Best wishes Dr MK Agarwala New Delhi     Thanks for the query. Based on your description it looks like a superficial bacterial infection usually caused by staphylococcus aureus. Sometimes they co-exist with fungal folliculitis. Kindly consult a dermatologist for exact diagnosis and a precise treatment plan. Its also important to prevent their relapse once you have got it cured. A decolonization regimen suggested by your doctor will help.   Best wishes Dr MK Agarwala New Delhi   Thanks for the query. These are possibly comedones and removing them with nails may cause a problem, you need to find why are they happening and it can be done easily by consulting a dermatologist. Salicylic acid based face washes and chemical peels helps though its a maintenance plan. Kindly consult a dermatologist for precise treatment plan   Best wishes Dr MK Agarwala New Delhi       ​​ Thanks for the query. This is a common condition, and probably indicates a disturbed immune system. You may be having a condition called alopecia areata, if there are well defined patches of hair loss. Other diagnosis may also be possible and can be ascertained while consulting. However, this is the diagnosis most of the times. Treatment is simple and has different approaches. You need to discuss with a dermatologist to understand it at length. Skin is the mirror of internal health and to get a perfect skin you need to treat both ways - internally and externally. A healthy diet and lifestyle is mandatory to achieve results.     Best wishes Dr MK Agarwala New Delhi         Best wishes Dr MK Agarwala New Delhi     Thanks for the query. The condition described by you is photosensitivity and can be seen in many skin diseases. Start a broad range Sunscreens to filter the harmful UV rays.  People usually don't use sunscreens as they may be greasy or make your face appear white.There are different type of sunscreens available and there is one for everyone, so find the one that will help you. Kindly meet a dermatologist to get your skin condition diagnosed and he will also recommend a sunblock along with other necessary measures. Remember to mention if you have any hair loss, joint pains or oral ulcers to the dermatologist as it may indicate something serious. Kindly check yourself for vitamin D deficiency. Resort to a healthy diet and lifestyle.   Best wishes Dr MK Agarwala New Delhi     Thanks for the query. MPB is an increasing problem in today's society. Hair care is a daily ritual shaped by age, gender, socioeconomic status and internal health. The treatment typically consists of usage of oral medication (Finasteride) and topical lotion (Minoxidil ). The dosage and duration is decided by your dermatologist.  You need to be patient with the treatment protocol as it takes months to see initial improvement. Certain dermatologists supplement biotin, hair serum and advice procedures like PRP therapy which may accelerate the rate of hair growth. PRP needs multiple sessions roughly at 6 weeks intervals. PRP therapy is increasingly being accepted by dermatologists all over the world. Apart from active pharmaceutical medicines, a healthy diet and lifestyle is mandatory to achieve results.   Best wishes Dr MK Agarwala
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