Dermatology

Dermatology
Chemical Peel

A Chemical Peel is a cosmetic procedure that exfoliates the outer layer of dead skin, revealing a layer of new skin layer with improved vitality and smoothness. The chemical peel is made up of a composition of chemical substances of varying strengths that function at different skin levels, depending on…

Acne & Acne Scars

Acne is a very common inflammatory disorder of the skin. Clogged hair follicles on the skin’s surface and an increase in hormones such as testosterone can lead to the formation of acne. This condition is usually treated with the help of antibiotics such as erythromycin, doxycycline, etc.

Eczema

With eczema, the skin is inflamed or irritated. Eczema refers to a group of medical conditions, the most common of which is atopic dermatitis. While Eczema has no cure, it can be treated for relief by preventing the symptoms from flaring up. In each individual case, Eczema can either be…

Herpes

Herpes occurs in the form of painful blisters that ooze fluid. Caused by HSV1 or HSV2 which is the Herpes Simplex Virus, the disease enters the body through the mucous membranes. It affects the cervix, the genitals and skin of the body and is, generally, a chronic (long-term) condition. Episodic…

Fungal Skin Infections

Fungal infections are usually caused by yeasts such as Candida or Malassezia. The fungus grows in damp areas of the body such as the armpit or the feet. Generally, fungal infections are not life threatening and some of them are not even contagious. To treat fungal infections, antifungal drugs and…

Hair Loss

Hair loss can be observed on the head or on the body. While heredity is the leading cause of hair loss, everyone is prone to hair loss, regardless of age or gender. Among other causes of hair loss are medications and medical conditions, nutritional deficiencies and hormonal imbalances. A combination…

Mole Removal

A mole is a growth on the skin made up of pigment or colour cells. For most people a few moles develop in the first twenty years of their life. The treatment of moles can involve using liquid nitrogen, cutting, or burning.

Hyperhidrosis

Hyperhidrosis is excessive sweating in either the underarm area or the palms and soles of the feet. While it is a common disorder that can cause a lot of discomfort, it does have effective treatments. For the Best Dermatologists in KSA and Dubai, contact Med Art Clinics.

Rosea

Rosea is characterized by an itchy rash that lasts for about six to eight weeks. Rosea can be treated with calming lotions and a range of allergy medications. For the Best Dermatologists in KSA and Dubai, contact Med Art Clinics