Scars/Acne/Wart/Mole removal in Chandigarh
Unwanted growth on the skin or any skin spots usually come under Scars, Acne, Skin tags, Warts, Moles. At Chandigarh dental clinic we provide all aesthetic services as minimally invasive as possible.
Scars Erasing Chandigarh
Scarring is a natural healing process after tissue injury. Scars can cause physical and emotional disruption to people. Treatment depends on multiple factors, such as the size, depth, location, age, and genetics of the individual. With better care and expertise, the Chandigarh dental clinic team can improve the appearance of the face and visible scars. These can be treated with lasers, fillers, light therapy, or any skin rejuvenation procedure.
Mole Removal in Chandigarh
Mole is common on the surface of skin. A mole comprises of cells producing pigments which appears as discoloration on the face. Mole remover is a miner surgical processor. Area around the mole is anesthetized and is removed this process is safe and recovery is good.
Warts Remover in Chandigarh
Warts are small rough bump growth on the skin. It is caused by the HPV virus when the virus gets into a cut or breach in the skin layer. The virus causes additional skin growth that makes the outer layer of the skin thick and tough. Warts are more likely to grow on the hands or feet, while they can grow anywhere on the body. Some warts go away on their own over time, but others can take months, years, or several years. Excision or liquid nitrogen (freezing), light, and laser therapy can be performed to remove warts.
Initially, appointments can take a few visits to see the results of the individual. After the result starts appearing you need to go once or twice for touch-ups to maintain new hair growth.
Mostly PRP therapy requires three or four treatments 6-6 weeks apart. After treatment, it requires maintenance every 4-6 months.
There are not so profound side effects of PRP hair treatment, it is only from the procedural injections .
Which can cause blood vessel injury at the scalp, sometime infection at the injection site, and scar formation around the injection site.