Medical Dermatology

Acne Treatment


Acne is a multifactorial problem, based in the sebaceous glands of the face, neck and trunk. These glands secrete the oil which protects our skin. Factors like hormonal fluctuations typical of polycystic ovaries disease, stress, oily cosmetics, hyperglycemic diets and dairy products are known to make acne worse. Traditional treatments include topical therapy, peels, antibiotics, …

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Rosacea Treatment


Rosacea is a common, chronic recurrent skin condition seen mostly in adults with fair skin. Patients present with facial redness, flushing and visible tiny blood vessels. Common exacerbating factors include sun, heat such as hot showers, alcohol, and spicy foods. Some even get red pimples concentrated on the center of the face, which somewhat look …

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Psoriasis Treatment


Psoriasis is a chronic skin disease affecting approximately 2% of the general population of all ages. There are several factors that interplay in its pathogenesis. A genetic factor has been identified. Moreover, there is a specific deregulation of the immune system, while the overall immune system remains normal. Psoriasis has many triggers, including stress, local …

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alopecia treatment in dubai

Alopecia Areata

Alopecia areata is a common auto-immune cause of round patches of hair loss. Alopecia areata is non-contagious, but may be triggered by stress, viral infections, and other factors. Alopecia areata patches can affect the scalp, the beard and the body. While many patients develop single areas of hair loss, others may get numerous ones or …

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Atopic Dermatitis (Eczema) Treatment in Dubai

Atopic Dermatitis (Eczema)

Atopic dermatitis (eczema) is one of the most common conditions seen in dermatology. It is genetically inherited, usually starts in early childhood and tends to improve with age. If triggering factors are not identified, atopic dermatitis may persist into adulthood. It presents with itchy, red, dry patches and usually flares in the winter season. New …

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