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Schedule an appointment with one of the best dermatologist in Sharjah

 

Burjeel Hospital’s Dermatology Department deals with skin conditions, skin diseases, mucous membranes, hair andnail health concerns complete facial makeover, laser, cosmetology and hydrafacial. 

 

Skin, being the largest organ of your body needs a little extra care. It acts as the defense against bacteria and injuries, which shows how important it is for you to look after your skin. The different foods that you eat, clothes that you wear, climatic conditions, certain medications, genetics and your inner health can all have an impact on your skin. With so many elements around us that can affect the well-being of our skin, it is vital for you to go the extra mile to ascertain that your skin is properly looked after.

 

The practice of dermatology requires immense expertise and clinical knowledge to deal with rare and complex skin conditions. Certain internal health issues can also have its symptoms reflected on the skin. Irrespective of the condition or the causes that have triggered a skin related problem, it is vital for you to seek professional help from the experts at a leading dermatology clinic in Sharjah – Burjeel Specialty Hospital.

 

When to seek Medical Help?

 

Blemishes and wrinkles are normal skin issues. However, there are a huge number of conditions that can influence the skin. Some cause mellow side effects. Others can be serious and meddle with day to day existence. Redness, tingling, torment, rashes and discharge are all signs you require to see a dermatologist. This specialist spends significant time in treating skin, hair and nails. A few medicines improve the appearance of your skin. Regular exams for skin cancer can save your life.

 

Acne

 

Acne is the most well-known skin condition. It causes various blemishes on the face. They incorporate whiteheads, clogged pores, pimples and deep cysts. These frequently structure since oil organs in the skin produce an over the top substance called sebum. It obstructs pores. Bacteria can also be the reason. Acne is normal among youngsters, yet you can get it in all ages. Blemishes usually appear on the face, neck, back, chest and shoulders. Acne isn't life threatening, yet it very well may be disturbing. Without appropriate treatment, it can likewise leave lasting scars. Treatment can incorporate over-the-counter or solution creams and gels, oral medicine, synthetic strips, and laser treatment.

 

Eczema

 

Eczema is a term for several chronic skin conditions that cause inflammation of the skin. It can be very uncomfortable and emotionally distressing. It often causes red, swollen, dry and itchy skin.. This usually affects babies and children. Kids may develop a rash on their cheeks and other parts of their body. The rash can leak fluid. Children may have trouble sleeping because of itchiness. Dermatologists can diagnose eczema with certain tests and a skin exam. Over-the-counter and prescription creams and other medicines can ease the condition. Proper skin care is important, too.

 

Psoriasis

 

Psoriasis stems from a problem with the immune system. This causes skin cells to form too quickly. They then pile up on the surface of the skin. These patches are called plaques. They can be thick and red and have silvery scales. They can be itchy or painful. They usually appear on the elbows, knees, legs, face and scalp. Sometimes they're on the bottom of the feet. They can show up on the fingernails, genitals or inside the mouth, but this is less common. Dermatologists can diagnose psoriasis by looking at a skin sample under a microscope. Psoriasis is a chronic condition. Creams can help soothe the skin and help it heal. Treatment also may include oral medication to suppress the overactive immune system.

 

Signs of Aging

 

Skin changes with age. You may notice wrinkles, dryness or discolorations often called age spots. The sun's harmful ultraviolet rays and smoking can speed up and worsen these signs of aging. Wearing sunscreen can help prevent more sun damage. Not smoking and eating a healthy diet can also protect skin. But, if you're unhappy with your appearance, you may want to see a dermatologist. There are many treatments to help smooth wrinkles and tighten the skin. A dermatologist can also help improve the skin's texture and color. Treatments to help give the skin a more youthful look include chemical peels, laser therapy, Botox injections, and wrinkle fillers.

 

Skin Cancer

 

Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer. It's also the easiest cancer to cure if diagnosed early. However, the most dangerous type of skin cancer is melanoma. It can be deadly. Several warning signs should prompt a dermatologist visit. They include skin growths that change in size, shape, color, thickness or texture. A key warning sign of melanoma is an irregular growth that's wider than a pencil eraser. Have a dermatologist check spots on your skin that continuously scab, crust, itch, hurt or bleed. Routine checkups are also important. A dermatologist should examine your skin at least once a year for signs of skin cancer.

 

Hair Loss

 

Most people shed up to 100 hairs every day. However, bald patches or thinning hair could be signs of a problem. Pregnancy, stress, and a long list of health issues can lead to hair loss. It also can be an inherited condition. To find the cause of hair loss, a dermatologist may do blood tests and examine a sample of tissue from the scalp under a microscope.

 

Rosacea

 

Rosacea is a chronic skin condition that can also affect the eyes. People with rosacea may look flushed. Redness usually appears on the nose, cheeks and chin. It might extend to the ears and chest, too. Sometimes, skin bumps and swelling occur. In severe cases, the skin gets thicker. Women and people with light skin have a higher risk of developing rosacea. Doctors aren't sure what causes rosacea. It may occur when blood vessels expand too quickly. This could be because of heat, exercise, sunlight, wind, cold, spicy foods, alcohol or stress. These factors also may make symptoms worse. There's no cure for rosacea. However, medication, laser therapy and lifestyle changes can help control symptoms.

 

Infection

 

Skin infections caused by yeast, fungus, viruses or bacteria need treatment from a dermatologist. Fungus can lead to nagging and itchy problems, like athlete's foot. Viruses can cause warts and herpes. Bacterial infections of the skin, such as cellulitis, can become serious or even deadly if not treated with antibiotics. Parasites, like lice and mites, can also cause contagious, itchy skin conditions. A dermatologist can diagnose the source of the infection and determine how best to treat it.

 

Visit the best skin specialist in Sharjah to rejuvenate your skin

 

Dermatology basically deals with issues pertaining to the skin, hair and nails. It covers both medical and surgical aspects. Burjeel Specialty Hospital is home to some of the finest skin doctors in Sharjah who are passionate about helping their patients resolve their skin related issues and enhance their overall appearance.

 

Boost your confidence with the help of a trusted skin specialist in Sharjah

 

Burjeel Specialty Hospital’s experts are focused on treating skin conditions, irrespective of how simple or complex they are. From our team of skin doctors, you can expect to receive the highest standard of care along with a treatment plan that is customized as per your condition and medical history.

 

Services and treatments offered by our experts

 

The team of skin care specialists at Burjeel Hospital are in the position to diagnose and treat a range of issues, including:

 

  • Acne
  • Warts
  • Scars
  • Eczema
  • Dermatitis
  • Cold sores
  • Psoriasis
  • Melasma
  • Fungal infections
  • Hair loss
  • Ingrown toenails
  • Alopecia
  • Skin ulcers

 

 

At Burjeel Specialty Hospital, we take our patients’ well-being very seriously. Part of our commitment to delivering top-of-the-line medical facilities to our skin-related patients is that of recruiting skin specialists who have served at leading hospitals and clinics across the world. They possess degrees that are internationally recognized along with extensive experience. Most importantly, their expertise is backed by advanced and state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment and procedures that help our specialists attain an accurate diagnosis. This helps in the formulation of a treatment plan that is based solely on the individual’s current concern and medical history.

 


Services offered by our dermatologist in Sharjah

The Department of Dermatology at Burjeel Hospital is adept at providing diagnosis and treatment for a range of skin-related conditions and issues for people living in Sharjah and in Ajman. These include:

  • Acne and acne like conditions
  • Pigment disorders (freckles, melisma, moles etc.)
  • Warts, Moles and skin tag
  • Skin Allergies
  • Genetic Skin Disorders
  • Cryotherapy
  • Mesotherapy
  • Patch Testing
  • Hair & Nail Problems
  • Chemical peeling
  • Laser Hair removal & PRP injections
  • Botox injection for wrinkles
  • Biologic injections for Psoriasis,atopic dermatitis and Chronic Urticaria
  • Sexually transmitted diseases including Urethritis, Bacterial , Viral and parasitic infections

Burjeel Specialty Hospital reputation is built on the quality of medical care provided. We go the extra mile to ensure that the most stringent standards are practiced when recruiting highly experienced and reputable medical professionals. Our panel of highly qualified experts have trained extensively in leading hospitals around the world and possess internationally recognized degrees from Europe and other continents. Most importantly, their expertise is backed by the most latest, state-of-the-art technology, which makes it possible for them to deliver exemplary care and treatment following the highest international standards and protocols.

Dr. Fatma Ismail Hassan

Dr. Fatma Ismail Hassan

Specialist Dermatology
Dr. Shubhada Mandar Bichu

Dr. Shubhada Mandar Bichu

Specialist Dermatology

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