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Vitiligo problem
1.Vitiligo is on abdomen side..... 2. 2inch patch,4 inch patch, 1 inch patch. 3.Its stable for 2 years. 4.thyroid problem(hypothyrodism).. 5.vitiligo is there for almost 18 years. 6.I am not taking any drugs. 7.my family are not suffering from vitiligo..... No plz tell me after knowing my all information Which treatment is fast enough for stable vitiligo???vtrac laser or surgery treatment?plz give relevant ans???
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Treatment for Vitiligo:-Treatment depends upon Severity of disease. Best Treatment is NBUVB, it can be done at skin clinic three sessions in a week. Apply Tacvido Forte Cream ( Tacrolimus Cream 0.1% ) for application once daily for 1 month. Momate / Etaze cream once daily for 2 weeks. Tab. Patchex once daily for 2 months.
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If u can plan visit to Delhi we have the latest technology for Melanocytes Suspension technique. In this the Melanocytes from donor area are taken and applied to recipient site in liquid Suspension form which doesn't give cobblestone appearance as in punch graft and also colour matching and texture of skin is preserved. U can visit our website also www.drsuruchipurimakeovers.com
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Localised stable vitiligo - will respond to surgical procedure like miniature punch grafting(MPG) / suction blister grafting either one of them will help since area is smaller
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