Skin concern can occur due to pathogen invasion, genetics, environmental factors. Manage them well and make your skin disease-free with proper expert consultation.

Vitiligo Surgery

For vitiligo, surgical options are available when medications and light therapy are not effective.

Earlobe Repair

Earlobe repair is done in cases of split earlobes and widened ear piercing holes. Split earlobe can be caused due to a sudden trauma. While wearing heavy earrings on a regular basis can lengthen the piercing hole and eventually cause it to pull through over time. This is more common in people with thin earlobes.

Acne Scars Surgery

Acne breakouts are mostly frustrating and they can also leave scars on the face. If acne scars are making a person self-conscious or embarrassed about their skin then they should learn about treatments that can remove or reduce their appearance.

Skin Biopsy

A skin biopsy is a procedure in which a dermatologist cuts and removes a small piece of skin for testing.

Nail Surgery

An ingrown toenail is one where the side or corner of the nail curls and grows into the skin of the toe.


Cryosurgery, which is also known as cryotherapy, is the use of extreme cold or freeze produced by liquid nitrogen to destroy the abnormal tissue. Cryosurgery is used to treat or destroy problem tissues, such as those on the skin, typically used for tumors or precancerous lesions found on skin.

Mole Removal

Mostly people think of a mole as a dark brown spot, but moles have a wide range of appearance. At one time, a mole in a certain spot on the cheek of a woman was considered fashionable. These were called “beauty spots” or “beauty marks”. But, not all moles are beautiful. The brown color of a mole is caused by melanocytes, special cells that produce the pigment melanin. 

Sebaceous Cyst Removal

A sebaceous cyst is a slightly hardened, fluid-filled bump within the skin. They can be of various sizes ranging from 1 to 5 centimeters in diameter.


Radiosurgery also has known radiofrequency or radio-wave surgery is an ablative procedure where radiofrequency waves are directed to burn or cut the unwanted tissue.

Wart Removal

Warts are a type of skin growth that is non-cancerous and the main cause for the development of these growths in the outer layer of the skin is a viral infection.

Lipoma Excision

Lipoma is a benign (non-cancerous) tumor made up of fat tissue. They are usually present as painless, round, mobile masses, with a characteristic soft, doughy feel. The overlying skin mostly appears normal.