The skin is actually the largest organ in the human body and it protects all other organs from the outside world. That said, shouldn’t we all be paying more attention to our skin?
Why Visit A Dermatologist?
Unlike other organs, healthy and beautiful looking skin can also boost confidence and make our lives happier.
Whether it’s a mole that you’ve had since birth or a new spot that just appeared; for any kind of skin problems, it’s important to get a full skin check-up at least once a year.
It is especially important to have the moles or spots evaluated if you have noticed any changes in size, shape, or color; or have symptoms, such as itching, bleeding, pain, scabbing, or non-healing sores, you should definitely see a dermatologist.
Acne is the most commonly diagnosed skin condition. Although many people use over-the-counter treatments and home remedies for it, there are times when it is necessary to see a dermatologist.
Concerned about ACNE?
Then, good news for you; we were live on Facebook on 7th September 2017 at 12 noon with Dr. Shrilata Trasi, who had answered a few of your acne related questions. forget to catch up with her tomorrow.
If you have forgotten to catch up with her then you can still drop your questions on the video URL, and we will try to answer your questions the earliest possible.
Moreover, there are certain skin conditions that can resemble acne but aren’t actually acne, which means you could be treating the skin issue incorrectly. If your acne isn’t responding to what you are using at home, or if it is causing scarring, it’s time to see dermatologists.
If your acne isn’t responding to what you are using at home, or if it is causing scarring, it’s time to see a dermatologist.
As it is quoted “invest in your skin, it is going to represent you for a very long time.”
Visiting your dermatologist often can help you to maintain the skin you have always desired for. Professional skin treatments are like the oil change for your car. It must be done at proper intervals of time.