Our Services

  • Permanent Hair reduction with Diode Laser
  • Scar Treatment (for Acne Scars and Stretch Marks) with Radio Frequency Subalative Laser / Dermaroller
  • Chemical Peel
  • Microdermabrasion (Skin Polishing)
  • Radiofrequency Cauterizations (for Wart and Molluscum)
  • Mesotherapy (for Hair Re growth in Hair loss)
  • Dermaroller Treatment(Hair Re Growth)

    Permanent Hair reduction with Diode Laser

    Laser hair reduction makes use of intense light source of specific wavelength to heat up and destroy the hair follicle selectively. The special light is absorbed by pigment within the follicle and the heat generated in the process is enough to “destroy” the hair follicle without causing much injury to surrounding tissue.

    We use fda approved e-los plus diode laser for laser hair reduction.


    Why do I have excessive hairs?

    Mostly, this is due to genetic or familial factors without underlying medical cause for the excessive hair growth . Rarely, excessive hairs maybe due to underlying medical problems. These conditions are associated with hormonal disturbances resulting in extra hair growth. Besides excessive hairs, these patients may have other signs and symptoms of hormonal disturbances such as weight gain, deepening of voice and menstrual irregularities.

    Do lasers work wonders for hair removal?

    • Lasers DO
    • 1. Cause selective destruction of hair follicles
    • 2. Achieve long term hair reduction after multiple sessions of treatment.
    • Lasers DO NOT
    • 1. Achieve permanent hair destruction after one single treatment.
    • 2. Work equally well for all patients. Generally, patients with fair skin respond best to laser hair removal.

    What are the precautions for laser hair removal?

  • Before the laser treatment, you should
  • 1. Avoid waxing and plucking of hairs for 2 weeks
  • 2. Avoid excessive sun exposure 4 weeks before treatment.
  • Consume the medications prescribed by your doctor. Some antiviral medications maybe needed especially if the patient has prior history of herpes infection
  • After the laser hair removal treatment, you should continue to practice sun protection.

  • What can I expect from my laser treatment?

    I will need multiple sessions of treatment to achieve significant hair reduction.

    Acne Scar Treatment:


    Our elos plus sublative rf technology is available to re-surface the acne scars in a controlled manner with a minimal downtime. It is designed to deliver radiofrequency energy to the skin in a fractional manner, via an array of electrode pins to stimulate and remodel collagen.

    What should I expect immediately after treatment?

    Shortly after the treatment there is moderate skin redness and swelling of the treated area, which will subside within 12-24 hours. During the healing phase, pinpoint crusts appear which will exfoliate naturally in few days.

    How many sessions are needed?

    The degree of improvement and number of sessions will vary according to severity of the skin condition. Results appear gradually. Immediate transient improvement can be noticed after each treatment. However maximum long term effect is usually notable 2-4 months after treatment conclusion.

    Derma roller Therapy provides advanced micro-medical skin-needling, a procedure that stimulates the skin to regenerate and repair itself naturally and safely, creating smoother, brighter, healthier, younger-looking skin.

    Chemical Peel

    What is a chemical peel?

    Also called exfoliation treatment, it is a technique of skin regeneration, thus having an “anti-aging” effect. An evaluation before treatment as well as the treatment itself must be done by a physician experienced in dermatology.

    Different chemical substances can be used.

    By this technique, skin is exfoliated followed by cutaneous regeneration. The “new” skin is smoother and appears “healthier”.

    What are the indications for a chemical peel?

    Acne: closed comedones and black spots, superficial scars.

    Pigmented lesions: sun spots and age-related spots, freckles, melasma (chloasma, pregnancy mask)...

    Fine wrinkles, especially around the eyes, which are related to cumulative sun damage.

    How does the treatment take place?

    The number of treatments needed (may vary):

    1. 2-4 sessions for acne, more if there are scars.

    2. 1-3 sessions for freckles but more if pigmentation is deeper.

    The dermatologist applies the substance for 5-10 minutes and a sensation of burning may be felt.

    For a few days following the treatment, mild dryness and redness may be noticed, which subsides in few days.

    What to do after the treatment session?

    Apply emollient (moisturizing) creams often after the treatment.

    Do not touch the treated area.

    Avoid sun exposure and apply sunscreen.


    The echocardiogram allows doctors to diagnose, evaluate, and monitor:

  • Heart murmurs
  • Abnormal heart valves
  • The pumping function of the heart for people with heart failure
  • Damage to the heart muscle in patients who have had heart attacks
  • Inflammation in the sac around the heart (Pericarditis)
  • Infection on or around the heart valves (Infectious Endocarditis)
  • The source of a blood clot or emboli after a Stroke or TIA
  • Congenital Heart Disease
  • Atrial Fibrillation
  • Pulmonary Hypertension
  • Treadmill Stress Test

    Test that records the heart's electrical activity (rate and rhythm) during exercise

    Why is a Treadmill Stress Test done?

    To know...

  • The overall cardiovascular condition
  • To diagnose blocks in the Coronary Arteries – Evaluation of Chest Pain , Shortness of Breath
  • How is Treadmill Test Performed:

  • ECG electrodes are placed on the persons chest after skin preparation(Shaving the chest).
  • Then the person is made to walk on a treadmill with continuous monitoring of ECG and Frequent Blood Pressure monitoring.
  • Speed and inclination of the Tread mill will be increased periodically.
  • The Treadmill will be stopped upon completion of the exercise protocol or can be terminated at any stage of exercise upon development of symptoms like chest pain, breathing difficulty and giddiness.
  • Clothing: Loose fitting clothes or Hospital Gowns

    Precautions:Inform about all the medications, and avoid or take medications as advised by the Person performing the TMT.

    Diet: Empty stomach is preferable . People with Diabetes needs to discuss regarding medications and the diet with the Doctor prior to the test.

    Holter Monitoring

    It is a portable device for continuously monitoring various electrical activity of the heart for at least 24 hours which is useful for detecting Arrhythmias (Abnormal Heart Rhythms)

    Ambulatory BP Monitoring

    What is it: It is the measurement of blood pressure at regular intervals as you are moving around, living your normal daily life. It is usually carried over 24 hours.

    How is it done: A small digital blood pressure machine is attached to a belt around your body and which is connected to a cuff around your upper arm.

    Why is it done: To detect

  • White Coat Hypertension (Person with normal Blood Pressure having a high Blood Pressure reading in the in the clinic)
  • Masked Hypertension (Person with high Blood Pressure having a normal Blood Pressure reading in the in the clinic)
  • Coronary angiography

    Coronary angiography is a diagnostic procedure that uses a special dye (contrast material) and x-rays to see how blood flows through the Coronary Arteries(Pipes that carries oxygen rich blood to the Heart muscles).

    Coronary Angioplasty

    It is a procedure used to open clogged/blocked heart arteries.

    Angioplasty involves temporarily inserting and inflating a tiny balloon where the artery is clogged to help widen the artery.



    Then, placement of a small wire mesh tube called a Stent to keep the artery open and decrease its chance of narrowing again.




  • Angioplasty can improve symptoms of blocked arteries, such as chest pain and shortness of breath.
  • Angioplasty can also be used during a heart attack to quickly open a blocked artery and reduce the amount of damage to the heart.
  • Permanent Pace Maker Implantation

    A small electronic device is usually placed in the chest just below the collarbone to help regulate slow electrical problems with the heart.