Dermatology in United Arab Emirates

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Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Canadian Specialist Hospital
4.5
48 reviews

From 48 verified reviews

Jonna marika, 14 September 2020
I want to thank Dr. Kerim and all nursing- and admission teams in OPD and Ward 3 for my excellent care! I was so impressed by everyone's empathy and kindness throughout my ward stay and OPD visits. Dr. Kerim goes beyond taking care of his patients, very professional. Thank you from the bottom of my heart!
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery Hospital
4.0
51 reviews

From 51 verified reviews

Angel Sara, 13 July 2020
I am so glad that I chose "American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery Hospital" for my #liposuction surgery.Totally satisfied with the service and experience. I would definitely recommend getting your #plasticsurgery from here. They also shared some tips on how I can take the best care after #surgery.
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Al Salama Hospital
Al Salama Hospital, located in Al Zahiyah, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates offers patients Dermabrasion procedures among its total of 108 available procedures, across 17 different specialties. The cost of a Dermabrasion procedure starts from ฿30,100, whilst the national average price is approximately ฿97,161. There are many specialists available at the Hospital, with 10 in total, and they are not accredited by any recognized accreditations institutes
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Burjeel Hospital
4.1
136 reviews

From 136 verified reviews

Junaid Tehseen, 22 September 2020
Visited recently but I must say I experienced a true 5 star experience which I have never expected in a Hospital ,, I needed an assistant, Mr Shady Soleiman one of the manager in hospital met me assisted me with every thing and made my life so easy in a very difficult situation Thank you and every one
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Zulekha Hospital
Zulekha Hospital, located in Akoya Oxygen, Dubai, United Arab Emirates offers patients Ingrown Toenail Treatment procedures among its total of 87 available procedures, across 15 different specialties. The cost of a Ingrown Toenail Treatment procedure ranges from ฿17,400 to ฿26,000, whilst the national average price is approximately ฿35,581. There are many specialists available at the Hospital, with 20 in total, and they are accredited by JCI Accredited
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Thumbay Hospital
Thumbay Hospital, located in Hor Al Anz East, Dubai, United Arab Emirates offers patients Mole Removal procedures among its total of 125 available procedures, across 18 different specialties. Currently, there's no pricing information for Mole Removal procedures at Thumbay Hospital, as all prices are available on request only, whilst the national average price is approximately ฿14,645. There is currently a lack of information available on the specialists practicing at the Hospital, and they are accredited by JCI Accredited
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
NMC Hospital DIP
4.1
136 reviews

From 136 verified reviews

Iman Jumani, 21 September 2020
I visited NMC DIP for my Liposuction 360 and BBL.I met Dr. Abizer Kapadia who is certified plastic surgeon. I was initially planning to perform my lipo in India. But after meeting Dr. Abizer i felt very comfortable, he is very patient and answered all my questions. His suggestion was good to perform BBL as well. I performed my surgery on 16th June and was in NMC DIP for 1 day. Entire team was very caring post procedure. Co-ordinator and nurse Chetna was also very efficient. She was constantly in touch with me before and after. I am already loving my results and looking forward for my final results which usually takes about 5-6 months.It was absolutely good decision to perform my liposuction and BBL in NMC because i can visit doctor in case of any concern i might have. Instagram @Dr.abizer_kapadia Please check his profile to check more.

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Dermatology is a branch of medicine that focuses on health issues affecting the skin, nails, hair, and mucous membrane. It is a specialty with both surgical and medical aspects. A dermatologist can address cosmetic issues, which can help to rejuvenate the appearance of the skin, nails, and hair. Being a dermatologist requires a great depth of clinical knowledge, including the variety of internal health problems that may cause skin symptoms. Dermatologists can treat over 3,000 conditions. Some of the most common are acne, dermatitis and eczema, hair loss, nail problems, fungal infections, warts, vitiligo, and skin cancer.

Dermatology has a number of departments and specialties, including:

  • Cosmetic Dermatology – dermatologists have been the leaders in cosmetic surgery. Many dermatologists are trained on the use of fillers, botulinum toxin, and laser surgery. Some dermatologists also perform blepharoplasty, liposuction, and facelifts. However, most dermatologists limit their cosmetic practice to minimally invasive procedures.
  • Dermatopathology – this field is a joint specialty of dermatology and pathology. It focuses on the study of cutaneous diseases at molecular and microscopic levels. Dermatopathology can make a definitive diagnosis of various skin diseases, including melanoma.
  • Trichology – this is the study of the hair and the scalp. This field of dermatology deals with diseases such as hair loss, scalp changes, hypertrichosis, and hair abnormalities.
  • Immunodermatology – this filed specializes in immune-mediated skin diseases, such as bullous pemphigoid and lupus.
  • Pediatric Dermatology – pediatric dermatologist specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of skin diseases in children, which include newborns and infants.

What does the Procedure Involve?

A range of medical and cosmetic procedures are used to manage issues affecting the skin, nails, and hair. Many skin conditions can be treated by medications and noninvasive procedures, while others may require more invasive approaches. The following are several dermatologic procedures:

  • Cosmetic injections – cosmetic injections can temporarily address scarring, wrinkles, and reduced facial fullness. A dermatologist can inject botulinum toxic (Botox) or fillers, such as fat and collagen. The results may last for a few months before you need another injection.
  • Chemical peels – this procedure is used to treat some types of acne, as well as sun-damaged skin. It can also treat other cosmetic complaints, such as lines under the eyes and age spots. During chemical peels, a chemical solution is applied to the skin. This chemical solution causes a layer of skin to peel off, revealing regenerated skin beneath it that is typically a lot smoother.
  • Dermabrasion – this type of procedure uses a high-speed rotating brush to remove the top layer of the skin, which can help reduce the appearance of fine wrinkles and tattoos, scar tissue, and potentially precancerous areas of the skin.
  • Cryotherapy – cryotherapy involves freezing skin lesions, usually with liquid nitrogen, to destroy the affected cells. It can be a quick treatment for a number of benign skin issues, such as warts.
  • Hair removal or restoration – various methods can be used to address hair loss, such as hair transplants. On the other hand, dermatologists can use lasers to remove unwanted hair from the body.
  • Excision of lesions – skin lesions may be cut away to prevent a disease from spreading, to improve symptoms, for cosmetic reasons, or to prevent reoccurring infection. Excision of lesions may be done under a local or general anesthetic.
  • Laser surgery –can be used to treat a number of cosmetic problems or skin issues, such as warts, tumors, moles, scars, birthmarks, wrinkles, and unwanted tattoos.
  • Tumescent liposuction – this procedure is used by dermatologists to remove fat. Large volumes of local anesthetic are injected into fatty tissue, then it is sucked from the body. Note that tumescent liposuction is performed to contour the body, not to treat obesity.
  • Vein procedures – people with superficial leg veins, called spider veins, may want them removed. Several procedures can be done to remove them, but sclerotherapy is the most popular treatment. It involves injecting a special solution or a foam into the vein. The special solution and foam irritate the lining, causing the vein to become less noticeable or, in some cases, disappear completely.
  • Skin grafts and flaps – missing skin can be restored using skin from other areas on the body. Dermatologists can also repair skin loss by making a flap of skin from a nearby area of the body. The flap of skin is then used to cover the damaged patch.
  • Biopsies – a skin biopsy is usually needed to diagnose or rule out certain conditions.
  • Mohs surgery – this procedure is a treatment for skin cancer. It involves removing layers of skin in order to get rid of cancerous cells. The removed skin layers are then examined under a microscope. Then, successive layers are removed until there are no more cancerous cells found in the skin.
  • PUVA – Psoralen combined with ultraviolet radiation (PUVA) is a procedure to treat several skin diseases, such as vitiligo, dermatitis, and psoriasis. Psoralen is a drug that can make the skin more sensitive to radiation treatment.

How Long Should I Stay in United Arab Emirates?

Depending on the type of procedure you have, you may be able to leave the hospital on the same day or stay for several days. For noninvasive treatments, such as chemical peels and cosmetic injections, you should be able to leave the hospital on the same day and fly home within a couple of days. For invasive procedures, particularly to treat serious medical conditions, such as cancer, you may need to stay in the hospital for several days, and stay in United Arab Emirates for at least 10 to 14 days. Your surgeon and/or medical travel team will advise you on this matter.

What's the Recovery Time?

Recovery time will vary depending on the type of procedure you have, the reason why you have the procedure in the first place, and your general health. Your dermatologist will usually give you a detailed recovery timeline for each procedure. In general, recovery time for nonsurgical procedures is typically short and you should be able to resume your normal routine within a few days. For surgical procedures, it may take several weeks until you are allowed to return to your full daily activities.

What About Aftercare?

Your dermatologist will give you a set of instructions to care for yourself during the recovery period. The instructions will be different for each type of procedures, but they may include a diet plan, light exercises to follow, how to care for your surgical wounds or affected area, activities you can or cannot do, signs of complications to be aware of, and medication to take. It is important that you follow your dermatologist’s instructions closely in order to avoid complications and to obtain the best possible results.

Some cosmetic procedures may not be permanent, such as dermal fillers and Botox, so you will need to have regular treatments in order to maintain the results. For skin cancer treatment, you may need to attend follow-up checkups to ensure that cancer has not come back.

What's the Success Rate?

Experienced and skilled dermatologists will be able to deliver a high success rate and satisfactory results. However, every type of procedure carries some risk, which may include infection, swelling, bleeding, adverse reaction to anesthesia, and unsatisfactory results.

Are there Alternatives to Dermatology?

If you have any problems with your skin, going to a dermatologist is the only way to treat it. However, if the skin problem is caused by an underlying condition, your doctor or dermatologist will recommend you to see relevant doctors to treat it.

What Should You Expect Before and After the Procedure?

Before seeing a dermatologist, you may have a problem with your skin. You may not like the wrinkles on your face, or you may have a lesion that needs to be removed. After receiving treatment from a dermatologist, your skin problems should be addressed. You may be able to achieve your dream appearance, any disease you had before may be treated.

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