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Dr. Rahul Siraskar - Dermatology in Mumbai

Dr. Rahul Siraskar

MBBS, DDVL

DermatologyDermatology
  • Mumbai, Maharashtra

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Clinic Locations

SkinAmour Clinic

C-101, 1st Floor. C wing, Shiv Koliwada CHS,, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India,

Specialization

  • Dermatologist
  • Cosmetologist
  • Trichologist

Education

  • Maharashtra Universtity of Health Sciences, Nashik - 2009 Graduated
    MBBS
  • G S Medical College, KEM Hospital Mumbai - 2017 Graduated
    DDVL

Health Articles

What is a Cosmetic Dermatologist?

Cosmetic dermatologists specialize in enhancing skin appearance through non-surgical procedures. They correct skin tone, reduce wrinkles, remove hair, fat, tattoos, and treat acne and scars. After completing medical school and a dermatology residency, they may pursue additional training in cosmetic procedures. Services include Botox, dermal fillers, exfoliating treatments like microdermabrasion and chemical peels, IPL therapy, laser hair removal, and non-invasive fat removal. Patients experience standard medical appointments or spa-like settings for treatments. Certification by boards like the American Board of Dermatology is common. Patients should ensure qualified supervision during procedures, especially in medical spas.

A Complete Guide To Identifying & Treating Moles, Freckles, and Skin Tags

There are different types of marks on the skin that are often found to occur in different parts of the body. Though these marks do not pose any severe damage to your overall health and body functioning, it is important to know that when these types of marks occur on your body, they might seem to be quite harmless, but these marks on your skin can indicate risks of some underlying health conditions in some cases.

Everything You Need to Know About Rashes

Rashes manifest as irritated or swollen skin, often itchy and painful, varying in appearance across skin tones. Causes range from infections like chickenpox to autoimmune conditions like psoriasis. Common triggers include allergens, medications, and contact with irritants. In children, illnesses like measles and scarlet fever can induce rashes. Treatment involves identifying and avoiding triggers, using mild cleansers, and applying soothing lotions like hydrocortisone. Medical attention is necessary for persistent rashes or those accompanied by systemic symptoms. Urgent care is vital for conditions like cellulitis or Kawasaki disease. Consulting a dermatologist helps diagnose and manage rashes effectively, tailoring treatments to individual needs.

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