Radio frequency / Electro surgery

RF (Radio Frequency) and electro surgery use electrical energy for skin tightening, wrinkle reduction, and removal of benign skin growths and moles. They’re minimally invasive with minimal scarring and recovery time. The specific type depends on skin type, concerns, and desired outcome.

Nail Surgery

Nail surgery addresses conditions affecting nails and surrounding skin, such as ingrown toenails, infections, and deformities. It can be performed under local or general anesthesia and is usually done as an outpatient procedure. Normal activities can resume after a few days.

Vitiligo surgery

Vitiligo surgery aims to restore skin color by transplanting healthy skin cells to depigmented areas. Mini-punch grafting, suction blister grafting. Non-cultured epidermal suspensions (NCES) and cultured epidermal suspensions (CES) are common procedures done. It’s performed under local anesthesia and requires follow-up visits for monitoring.

Keloid surgery

Keloid surgery is a procedure to remove keloid scars caused by excessive scar tissue buildup after injury or surgery. It can involve excision, cryotherapy, or laser therapy and may be combined with other treatments such as corticosteroid injections or pressure therapy to prevent recurrence.

Cyst excision

Cyst excision is a surgical procedure to remove cysts, which are sacs filled with fluid or other material that can form under the skin. The procedure involves making an incision, draining the contents of the cyst, and removing the cyst wall to prevent recurrence.

Mole removal

Mole removal is a common dermatological procedure that involves removing a mole using a surgical or laser technique. The procedure is typically done for cosmetic reasons or to evaluate a suspicious mole for skin cancer.

Scar revision

Scar revision aims to minimize the appearance of scars caused by injury, surgery, or other factors. The procedure may involve surgical excision, laser therapy, or dermal fillers, and can result in a smoother and more even skin surface. Recovery time and outcomes may vary depending on the size and location of the scar, as well as the patient’s individual healing process.

Acne scar surgeries

Acne scar surgery includes various procedures such as subcision, punch excision, and laser therapy to improve the appearance of acne scars. The selection of the procedure depends on the type, depth, and severity of the scars, as well as the patient’s skin type and individual healing process.

Punch Excision, punch floatation, punch grafting

Punch excision, punch floatation, and punch grafting are all surgical techniques used to treat deep acne scars. They involve the removal of the scar tissue and replacement with new, healthy skin from elsewhere on the body.


Lipoma is a common type of benign tumor that consists of fatty tissue. Surgery is often recommended to remove a lipoma if it becomes painful, grows rapidly, or causes cosmetic concerns.

Trichilemmal cyst & Trichopeithelioma

Trichilemmal cysts and trichilemmal carcinomas are skin growths that usually occur on the scalp. Trichilemmal cysts are benign and can be removed for cosmetic reasons, while trichilemmal carcinomas require more aggressive treatment to prevent spread to surrounding tissue.


Dermatofibroma is a benign skin lesion that commonly appears as a small, hard bump on the skin. It is usually painless, but may be itchy or tender to the touch.

sebaceous cyst

Sebaceous cysts are small, benign bumps that form under the skin when the sebaceous gland becomes blocked. The most common treatment for sebaceous cysts is surgical removal, which is a relatively simple and straightforward procedure.

Burns Treatment

Burns treatment involves providing care to minimize pain, prevent infection and promote healing. This may include wound care, pain and antibiotic management, and skin grafting in severe cases. Early and appropriate treatment is crucial for the best outcome.