Skin and VD
Cosmetic DermatologyCosmetic Dermatology is a fast growing integral part of the Clinical Dermatology management. Moreover, using chemical peels to treat the facial hyper-pigmentation and reduce the age spots, we also offer you microdermabrasion that is known to treat the aftereffects of acne as well as chickenpox.
AdvantagesAt Janvi Multispeciality Hospital, we provide you with personalized experience as well as extensive cosmetic care under one roof along with the expert supervision of highly trained and well experienced cosmetic surgeons, dermatologists, diet counselors and aesthetic therapists. Our highly skilled and qualified team of dermatologists offers you the expert care for all your skin, hair, and nail related problems.
A physician specializing in venereology is called a venereologist. Venereal diseases include bacterial, viral, fungal, and parasitic infections.
Skin specialists and dermatologists mean the same thing and both deal with skin, hair, and nail problems.
Dermatologists are fully capable of both diagnosing and treating STDs. The two main treatment methods include antibiotics and antiviral drugs.
VD stands for ‘venereal disease’ and there are nearly hundreds of venereal diseases. They can be cured.
Venereal diseases are commonly referred to as sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). They’re spread by skin-to-skin contact in the genital area. The venereal disease can affect anyone who is sexually active.
STD is the short form for sexually transmitted diseases. In the past, they were called venereal diseases (VD). Both mean the same thing.
Dermatologists carry out a full-body skin check for identifying any moles or signs of other skin conditions. Based on the findings, the specialist will advise on the best plan of treatment.
Dermatologists treat skin, hair, and nail disorders and diseases like acne, fungal infections, eczema, loss of hair, warts, vitiligo, psoriasis, rosacea, and many others.
Here are four of the most common skin problems
- Atopic dermatitis
Necrotizing fasciitis is a severe infection of the skin. In the case of Necrotizing fasciitis, tissue below the skin, and the fascia (fibrous tissue that separates muscles and organs) that results in tissue death, or necrosis. The infection is rapid, fast-spreading, and fatal if not detected and treated early.