Skin Specialists

Who doesn’t like looking picture perfect? Today women, men, and adolescents; all are watchful of the way they look. Even a small blemish or scar can become a part of one’s personality. The specialists at Motherland Hospital are among the best skin specialists in Delhi NCR (NOIDA). They perceive the issues and situations related with each age group. They specialize in treating and providing solutions for skin issues along with acclaiming cosmetic surgery that shall best suit them. Keeping all age groups in mind, Motherland Hospital is supported by a team of reputed dermatologists, plastic surgeons, reconstructive surgeons and cosmetologists to provide patients comprehensive treatment plans ranging from hair transplant, acne treatment, breast reconstruction, tummy tuck, burn grafting and stretch mark treatment, to list a few. Motherland Hospital lays special emphasis on the lady of today giving specific treatment intending specialized treatment intends to every age group- acne, skin peel treatment, derma abrasion, scar treatment, pigmentation, laser hair removal, specialized body contouring and weight loss surgeries.

The changing human body can have some limitations, and everybody wishes to look perfect. Motherland Hospital has specific clinical programs, accomplished by the best skin specialists in Delhi NCR (NOIDA). These programs address significant derma and cosmetic issues:

Acne, Skin breakout scar and acne scar treatment, Pigmentation removal treatment plans through laser, Botox & fillers, Laser hair reduction Fruit peels for skin rejuvenation, Pristine Diamond Polishing treatment, Skin white patches treatment- Vitiligo, Treatment of autoimmune skin disorders, Skin eczema and treatment of redness of the skin- Erythema, Arm and thigh lift, Skin grafting, Body contouring -Liposuction and fat removal, Breast reduction, augmentation surgery, Facial enhancement – face lift, wrinkle reduction, eye lift, rhinoplasty lip surgery

Motherland Hospital has a specific program for Stretch Mark Treatment, by the best dermatologists in Delhi NCR (NOIDA).


Acnes are skin related issues that generally occur in pubescent males and females and a few adults, for the most part because of genetic reasons. Acnes leave scars on the areas they happen on, and are industrious for long time. Skin regions that are mostly affected are the ones which contain oil glands. The buildup of dead skin cells and oil secretion leads to the clogging of the hair follicles which results in acne formation.

From the way lifestyle changes to eating less carbs, there are few stages which one can take to decrease or limit the acne outgrowth. The extensive variety of treatment techniques incorporates natural remedies, laser treatments, medications and surgeries.
Natural Treatments

The natural treatment for acne outgrowths and skin inflammation can be taken as sustenance or can either be applied remotely on the skin. A couple of normally happening components that appear to help with acnes are tea tree oil, Aloe Vera, green tree extract, A few naturally occurring elements that seem to help with acnes are tea tree oil, Aloe Vera, green tree extract , Brewer’s yeast and so on. These can be externally applied in gel, lotion or cream form. Many cosmetic companies as well as Ayurvedic brands bring out similar products. However, there could be a possibility of side effects that accompany these natural procedures hence; they must only be brought into use under guidance.

The commonly used acne medications are:

Antibiotics – The anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties of antibiotics prove to be effective over inflammation from acnes and can be taken either orally or via external application. Some common antibiotics that are used are – erythromycin, sulfacetamide, doxycycline, and metronidazole and so on. However, antibiotic-resistance can lessen their effectiveness.

Benzoyl peroxide and Retinoid exhibits anti-inflammatory properties. Azelaic acids and Salicylic are also effective remedies. Although these are highly effective, these can also have negative effects. Hence, these can only be used as per the recommendation of an health specialist.
Procedural Treatments

Dermabrasion, laser resurfacing, light therapy and chemical peeling are the procedural treatments that are used against acnes.

This is mainly used when the skin becomes rough, wrinkled, discolored or damaged overtime. Cosmetic treatments such as Botox and skin peels help in renewing the skin by removing dead, discolored or/and damaged skin layers in order to reveal the fresh new skin layer below.

Botox and skin peels can also be used to treat a varied range of skin conditions such as wrinkles, sun damage, uneven coloring, acne, roughness etc.

Botulinum toxin A is sold under the name “Botox”. Botox is a purified toxin that comes from bacteria that causes botulism. It is a treatment that is extremely effective anti-wrinkle treatment.

Facial muscles when over-clenched lead to facial wrinkles, crow’s feet and frown lines. Botox acts as a paralyzing agent, and is given in small doses to relax these tensed muscles for some time, usually for a few months.
Skin Peels

Skin peels or chemical peels usually contain naturally occurring acids such as glycolic, trichloroacetic, salicylic, lactic, retinoic, carbonic or phytic acids. Skin peel can be applied on the face and neck, body and hands. The peel is selected as per the individual skin type.
How does a Botox treatment work?

Botox is injected in the skin and the procedure usually takes about ten to fifteen minutes. Botox treatments must be repeated after a certain time duration.
What happens in Skin peel treatment?

In a skin peel treatment, a chemical solution is applied to specific areas of skin on the face, neck or hands. The chemicals burn the outer layers of skin in a measured way and this skin becomes red and peels off. Chemical peels can remove age spots, acne scars, and some wrinkles.

Hair loss is a condition that can affect anybody (men, women or children) for a number of different reasons including hereditary issues, medical disorders or hormonal changes. Hair transplantation is a procedure adopted for restoring hair on the scalp or even eyelashes, beard hair, eyebrows, chest hair and to fill in scars from accidents or surgery. Depending upon the cause, there could a various surgical and non-surgical hair transplants targeting such a problem. Surgical hair transplant typically involves moving already present hair sections to such parts where it is most needed. On the other hand, non-surgical procedures, though less permanent, can be painless and include techniques like laser therapy and wig installations.

Shedding of nearly 50 to 100 hair strands a day, according to doctors, is normal. This number is not evident due to a similar re-growth hair cycle but hair fall above this limit can cause thinning and noticeably less hair. When this growth cycle is disturbed or hair follicles are overly damaged, hair fall can occur. Non-maintenance of your mane by regular use of chemical hair products or exposing them to too much heat is definitely one of the major reasons for follicle damage. However, they may also be natural reasons behind it, like:

A family history of hair fall or thinning hairline. Hormonal changes during menopause, pregnancy etc., Infections or conditions like thyroid, Strong drugs for cancer, depression, heart problems etc.

After a thorough analysis of the cause behind your hair loss, the doctor will prescribe a treatment by studying your hair loss patterns and duration. Hair fall can also be seasonal and may not require any medication. However, if it is prolonged and permanent, the doctor might suggest you to opt for a surgical or non-surgical procedure that can help either in slowing the rate of hair loss or promoting hair gain.

Stretch marks are indented streaks that can appear on the abdomen skin, breasts, buttocks, and thighs. Over time they might appear to become less noticeable, and also most commonly occurs in pregnant women, especially in the last trimester. These marks can also be treated in various ways. These treatments enable the marks to fade, but won’t remove them entirely. Stretch marks are not harmful or painful, but can cause certain distress with the way they make the skin appear.

The cause behind stretch marks is nothing but stretching of one’s skin. The severity of the marks however, can be affected by a number of factors such as genetic tendency, amount of stress on the skin, and the level of cortisone, which is a hormone that can weaken the elastic fibers of the skin.

Not everyone with stretch marks will have the same symptoms as they don’t look alike always. They may vary depending on various factors like your skin type, where they are, what caused them, and how long they have been there. Common stretch mark variations are:

Indented lines or streaks on the skin, Streaks that are pink, red, black, blue or purple, Streaks on your abdomen, breasts, hips, buttocks or thighs, Streaks that cover large areas, Bright streaks, fading to a lighter shade.

Stretch marks do not require medical treatment as they are not harmful or painful, but some treatments can help reduce the marks. The most preferred treatments for improving the appearance of stretch marks are:

Retinoid cream, Light and laser therapies, Microdermabrasion