Thursday, 30 November 2017

How can moles be treated?

Moles can show up anywhere on the skin, single or in gatherings. Moles can be round, oval, flat, or raised. They can occur singly or in clusters on any part of the body. Most moles are brown, but colors can range from pinkish flesh tones to yellow, dark blue, or black.

Moles can frame on any part of your body, including on your Head, the bottoms of your feet, and the palms of your hands. In any case, frequently they show up on regions of your skin that have been presented to the sun. Most moles show up amid the initial two many years of a man's life, however, some may not show up until some other time in life. 

What is a mole?

Mole as any dark spot or irregularity in the skin. Dermatologist use different terms for it. following types of skin marks such as these are not treated the same way moles are and are not discussed here:
  • Birthmarks(By Birth)
  • Abnormal formations of blood vessels (hemangiomas)
  • Keratoses (benign or precancerous spots, which appear after about age 30 years)

There are a few different types of moles:
  • Common moles are the kind most people have.
  • Atypical moles can turn into melanoma. These are the types of moles that crust, bleed, and itch.

What causes moles?
  • Sun exposure seems to play a major role in the growth of moles and may even play a role in the development of atypical, or dysplastic, moles.
  • Some moles are by birth. Other moles appear later in life.
  • The role of heredity is also a factor. Many families have a type of mole known as dysplastic (atypical), which can be associated with a higher frequency of melanoma.


This is a simple procedure, If your dermatologist believes a mole needs to be evaluated further or removed entirely, he or she will either remove the entire mole or first take just a small tissue sample of the mole to examine thin sections of the tissue under a microscope (a biopsy). If the mole is found to be cancerous and only a small section of tissue was taken, the dermatologist will remove the entire mole by cutting out the entire mole and a rim of normal skin around it.

How do doctors remove moles and skin tags?

Our doctor may remove a mole or skin tag in any of these ways:
  • Cutting
  • Freezing
  • Burning

Is there scarring from mole removal?

Dr. Manju Keshri famous dermatologist in KEMPS Skin Clinic says that when a mole treated some of scaring produced by the healing process. Some people heal better than others. Some scars are more noticeable depending on their location and skin type.There are many options for treatment of surgical scars, including lasers, scar creams and gels, cortisone injections, and many other choices depending on the scar. Discuss ways to help minimize scarring with a doctor.

Wednesday, 29 November 2017

What do you want to know about beauty and skin care?

Here’s a beautiful secret by KEMPS skin clinic: Certain foods have amazing ingredients that keep skin supple and smooth and help fight age-related issues, says Dr. Majnu Keshari, MD, a certified dermatologist. We always wondered that what to eat and what not for better skin tone?

Proper nutrition is important for health. An unhealthy food habit can damage your metabolism, cause weight gain and even affect organs such as your heart and liver. What you eat also affects the health of another organ like as your skin.

Skin is one of the largest organs of the body that covers us from head to toe. Because of this, caring for your skin can directly affect your overall health. Your skin acts as a protective layer and is most sensitive to outside elements. It’s affected by more factors than you may think.

How to take care of your skin:

There are few steps by these you can ensure healthy skin:
  • Maintain hygiene and cleanness, after that Cleanse regularly, typically 2 times a day.
  • If you have oily skin uses a toner after cleansing.
  • If you have dry skin uses a moisturizer.
  • Exfoliate to remove your dead skin cells.

Make it a habit to check your own skin for abnormalities, discolorations, or any other changes on a regular basis. Visit your dermatologist in a year for skin examined by a doctor or dermatologist annually for any changes.

Eat for glowing skin:

Eating the right foods can also improve the quality of your skin. The better the quality of the raw materials we have to start with, the greater the chance that we’ll end up with a good skin. Research on the best foods for healthy skin is few but its prove that healthy food effect your skin very well. Antioxidant-rich foods seem to have a protective effect on the skin.

Consider these skin-friendly foods:
  • Green leafy vegetables like as spinach.
  • Tomatoes
  • Beans, peas, and lentils
  • Salmon, mackerel, and fish
  • Blueberries
  • Nuts
  • Carrots, apricots, 
  • Orange fruits.

Saturday, 25 November 2017

How to take care of your hair in winter?

Now that the winter months are coming and the days are much colder, it’s time to start thinking about ways to protect our hair from the damage that the winter does. Your hair needs enough moisture and nourishment throughout the year. But during winter your hair lacks nourishment as it becomes really dry due to the extreme climatic condition.

Winters are here and the time has come to take some extra and special care of your hair. The coldness of winter takes away the moisture of our hair scalp, leaving it dry and difficult to manage and dandruff becomes an integral part of it. Itchy scalp leaves us with a fuss! Thus, hair needs extra care and efforts in winters to tackle all these nightmare kind of problems. So, today I will be sharing some tips which will help you in maintaining healthy hair this winter

Renowned dermatologist and hair care specialist Dr. Manju Keshari advice:

Don’t automatically think that because winter has arrived you need to change your hair-care routine. The fiber and state of your hair remain the same. There are external factors that can upset your hair’s natural balance; however, this can easily be fixed by using styling products.

Some tip for taking care of your hairs in the winter season:
  • Cover your hair, Wear a scarf, hat or cap to protect your hair from the cold and wind.
  • Avoid washing your hair in hot water. Use Lukewarm or normal water.
  • Drinking a lot of water will keep you hydrated on the inside and helps in retaining the moisture in the hair.
  • Winter is a good time to ‘stop’ coloring and high lighting your hair. Don’t perm or use peroxide-laden color in winter.
  • Try to avoid over-brushing your hair.
  • Add a hair treatment mask once a week to your hair care routine.
  • Do whatever it takes not to go out with wet hair. The chilly climate can solidify the hair at the fingernail skin and make it break.
  • Wash your hair in warm or cool water - It might be tempting in the colder months to turn the water temperature up, but try to avoid washing your hair in very hot water - use warm or cool water to avoid damage.
  • Try not to leave the house with wet hair: the cold weather can cause your hair to freeze at the cuticle and cause it to break. Thick, healthy hair: how to keep yours strong.

Winter Weather:

Winter weather can be especially brutal on hair because of the coldness. The constant shift between warm temperatures (being inside), and cold weather (going outside), can cause the cuticle layer of the hair to lift and moisture to leave the hair, making it dry and frizzy. This can lead to dullness, breakage, split ends.

Tuesday, 21 November 2017

How to protect skin in winter season?

The cold clear days of winter bring more than just a rosy glow to the cheeks for many people. They also bring uncomfortable dryness to the skin. For some people, the problem is worse than just a general tight, dry feeling: They get skin so dry it results in flaking, cracking, even eczema (in which the skin becomes inflamed).

If you have ever wondered what is the best indicator of weather change, you would agree with me its our skin. Winter is also a time of festivities and parties, which means, you would want to look your best during this time. And looking good begins with having a healthy skin. One issue that tops the list of skin problems in winter is dryness. All other skin issues such as roughness, scaliness, and itchiness are a result of dry skin.  

When the colder weather arrives, the air loses moisture and that lack of humidity causes more evaporation of the water in your skin, explained by Dr. Manku Keshari, a dermatologist at KEMPS skin Clinic, Ghaziabad .

Two big factors affect your skin during the winter: colder temperatures and a lack of moisture in the air. Both can damage unprotected skin.

Winter skin care tips
  • Try to take the necessary diet in the winter, add fruit and fruit juice to your diet.
  • Apply the petroleum jelly on the face, lips, hands, legs.
  • Do not take the hot water baths. The hot water takes out the moisture in the skin then skin becomes dry. So try to avoid the hot and long baths in winter.
  • The chapped lips are one of the major problems in this winter. Apply the petroleum to the chapped lips. Use the lip scrubs for the lip care in the winter.
  • Dry skin is the main problem in the winter. Use the natural moisturizer in the winter.
  • Try to cover the most of the body with the clothes. Do not expose the skin to the cold air.
  • Use the natural moisturizers like butter, oils, glycerin, etc., in the winter. Not to choose the chemical moisturizers.
  • Stay hydrated in the winter. Try to take the juices and drinks.
  • Fabrics like wool can aggravate irritation. Opt for lighter winter-wear versus your usual woolens but if you must, layer cotton apparel under your woolens.
  • Any inflammation, redness, itchiness or flakiness should not be overlooked. Do visit a dermatologist immediately.

Wednesday, 15 November 2017

Earlobe problem and its treatment

An earlobe can develop by a tear due to wearing heavy earrings or oversized hoop earrings. They can stretch out your earring hole and then cause a split. With a split or tear, by this problem, you can no longer decorate your ears with earrings. If your lobe is torn, consider doing a corrective surgery. We provide the best surgical services in Ghaziabad, and our procedure is performed in the KEMPS Skin Clinic.

Our expert Plastic surgeon carries out the process by cutting the skin inside the torn part of the earlobe and then the fresh ends are stitched together. The scars that are made are barely noticeable and you can go out soon after the operation. Once the surgery is done, you can also get new piercing within a few months post-surgery. You can get earlobe repair in Ghaziabad at KEMPS Skin Clinics at very nominal pricing.  

Earlobe repair techniques

KEMPS Skin Clinic introduces the best earlobe repair techniques.
  • Earlobe repair with stitches.
  • Earlobe repair with/without stitches

What happens in Ear Lobule Repair?

The torn portion of the ear is freshened and suture back to its original shape in a very precise and meticulous suturing so that looks good and scar also is not seen. The procedure is done within half an hour or so under local anesthesia and patient goes back home or work immediately.

What Is the Earlobe Repair Recovery Process Like?

The recovery process for earlobe repair may also be simpler than you anticipated. Dr. Manju Keshari may advise you to apply an ointment to your wound before repair. He may also suggest silicone gel injections or sheeting.There will be a scar mark after your procedure, but it will lighten and fade over time. Most patients do not mind a minor scar if it means fixing the damaged earlobe.
For complete details on what you can expect during your recovery from earlobe repair in Ghaziabad and advice on how to best manage this process, contact with Dr. Manju Keshari.

What does the procedure involve?
  • It is a procedure taking 30mins to 45mins or even less for one ear.
  • Both the ears can be done on the same day.
  • The procedure is started by a local anesthesia to make the area numb or free of pain.
  • Mild swelling and redness are present that is taken care of painkillers and subsides within 2-3days.

  • it restores a torn/split earlobe safely & effectively.
  • A 30-minute office procedure that requires no downtime
  • Quick heals within 7-10 days and the sutures are removed in less time.
  • Restores & strengthens earlobe edges 
  • Achieves stronger, natural looking earlobes with large holes & trendy gauged ears
  • Results in refreshed, completely natural looking earlobe

Are there any side effects associated with the procedure?

The procedure is safe, minimally invasive and rarely associated with any side effects like pain, swelling