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We provide dermatology second opinion for all types of skin, nail and hair related problems and diseases. Some of them are Acne, Eczema, Hair Loss, Moles and Melanoma, Nail Disorders, Psoriasis, Rashes, Athlete's Foot, Ringworm, Herpes Infection, Warts, Chancroid, Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Granuloma Inguinale, Syphilis. We also provide second opinion for cosmetic dermatology.
Dr Akhil Kumar Singh
Dr P L Chandravathi
Dr Sunaina Hameed
Dermatologists are skin specialists, who can handle all sorts of issues regarding skin, hair, nails etc. You can always consult and ask a dermatologist online about your skin or hair issues and seek suitable solutions for the problems. Usually people ignore problems related to nails, hair and skin in the beginning, but when things start getting serious; it becomes mandatory to consult a dermatologist.
Ask a Skin Doctor for a Dermatology Second Opinion
It might happen that you have consulted a dermatologist, but are not sure whether he has done the right treatment or prescribed the right medicines. To be sure of the diagnosis and prescribed medication, you can also ask a dermatologist online for a second opinion. If both the opinions tally, you can carry on with the same easily. For online medical second opinion, you will have to send all your reports, images and prescriptions online through email. The doctor will take a look at the reports and prescriptions and give his opinion.
When Should you Consult our Experts for a Dermatology Second Opinion Online?
- To confirm whether your medical diagnosis is right
- To confirm that your medication regime is the best course of treatment
- To find out if there are any side effects which can damage your body
- To find out if there is any alternative procedure or treatment
- To find out if the disease can spread causing damage to other organs
- To know additional details about your medical condition
Dermatologist Online Consultation
Visiting a dermatologist might not be possible physically always. There is no need to worry in such a case. You can find a dermatologist online too. We have expert dermatologists who offer online consultation to patients. For that you have to fix an appointment with the online skin doctor. It is interesting to note that many of our dermatologists offering online services provide video calling facilities and you can chat with the doctor directly and sort your problem. You will just need a device like a computer, laptop or smartphone with internet connectivity to contact the best online dermatologist and seek online consultation.
Benefits of Asking a Skin Specialist Online
More and more numbers of people are seeking consultations from doctors online. There are many benefits of the same. You don’t need to step out of your house for visiting a doctor for online consultation; it can be done from the comforts of your home or office. There are times when a patient hesitates asking doctors something while being face to face. In online mode, there is no such hesitation and one is free to ask any question. Most importantly, there is no fixed time for such consultations. It is possible to find some or the other skin specialist on round the clock basis.
Ask a Dermatologist about Acne
Acne is one of the most common skin problems from which both men and women suffer at one point of their life or other. In some people the problem is so grave that they need to get consultation from a dermatologist.
- What is the main cause of acne?
- What foods can aggravate acne breakouts
- Will wearing makeup increase chances of acne breakouts?
- What skincare regimen should I follow to stop acne breakouts?
- Are there chances of any side effects from the medicines and creams that are prescribed for acne?
Ask a Dermatologist about Hair Loss
Hair loss is probably one of the most common problems from which people suffer nowadays. There are many factors that cause hair loss in individuals. Along with physical health problems, there are many environmental factors that lead to hair loss. Stress is also a major cause of hair loss. There are many natural remedies that can help in reducing the extent of hair loss, but it is important to find the root cause of the problem at the first place. This is the reason visiting a dermatologist is important.
- What is the exact reason that is causing hair loss?
- What can be done for minimizing the problem of hair thinning?
- What are common myths about hair loss?
- Can I take supplements for combating hair loss problems?
- Can you please suggest some natural remedies for dealing with hair loss?
- What hair care regimen should I follow to prevent hair loss?
Ask a Dermatologist about Eczema
Eczema is a skin problem, which can affect people in any age group. Also known as atopic dermatitis, eczema can be of different kinds and with varying severities. Incessant itching and formation of rashes on the skin which refuse to go are the primary symptoms of the disease. Sometimes with itching, the skin turns red and swell up, giving an ugly look to the skin. Environmental as well as genetic factors are responsible for this skin problem. Eczema can also take place as allergic reaction. While in some cases eczema gets cured on its own, in other cases dermatological opinion is needed.
- What is eczema and which parts of the body might be affected by the skin disease?
- What are the chances of eczema spreading even when treatment is done on time?
- What investigations and tests are done for diagnosing eczema?
- Do I need to take special precautions for my family if I suffer from eczema?
- What lifestyle changes do I need to make to combat eczema?
- Can eczema be prevented and cured completely?
Ask a Dermatologist about Skin Cancer
As is evident from the name, skin cancer is one of the deadliest kinds of cancers. People across the globe are falling prey to this ailment. Dermatologists and oncologists globally opine that exposure to ultraviolet radiation of the sun is one of the main causes of skin cancer.
- What are the initial symptoms of skin cancer?
- What are the different kinds of skin cancers?
- Who are more prone to skin cancer?
- What tests are done to confirm skin cancer in individuals?
- What are ways in which skin cancer can be prevented?
- What are common treatment methods of skin cancer and what are survival rates?
Ask a Dermatologist about Moles
Moles might not be a serious problem in most individuals. Moles can be in the form of external growths or might be at the same surface as the skin. They are usually black, brown, red, reddish brown or even of skin color. The sizes and shapes of moles vary from one another significantly. Usually moles are benign and cause no harm to the body.
- Are pigmented lesions and moles same or different?
- When should I start worrying about the moles?
- I have seen changes in moles during pregnancy. Is it normal?
- Are there risk factors for melanoma?
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