Best Skin Specialist/Dermatologist
Best Skin Specialist in Islamabad/Rawalpindi
In this quick pace of time, it’s understandable that we might find it harder to ensure proper skin care. In parallel, it’s equally important to take great care of our skin and keep a check on it. For the right skin care, you need to consult the best skin specialist and certified dermatologist to make sure that you are in the right and caring hands.
Dr. Sumaira Abdullah
The goal of an expert skin specialist/dermatologist is to treat derma patients with a holistic approach and provide them with personalized care. Assistant Professor Dr. Sumaira Abdullah has 11-year experience in treating all kinds of skin conditions and dealing with cosmetic procedures. Her particular areas of interest include Clinical & Aesthetic Dermatology.
Be it derma consultation, treatment of all kinds of skin, hair & nail conditions, like acne, dermatitis, fungal infections, hair fall, eczema & psoriasis or you want to have a cosmetic procedure, book an appointment today with Dr. Sumaira Abdullah, one of the best dermatologists in Islamabad & Rawalpindi, and get the holistic skin care near you.
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Dr Akbar Niazi Teaching Hospital
Monday – Friday (8:00 am – 3:00 pm)
Saturday (8:00 am – 2:00 pm)
Satra Meel, Main Murree Road, Bhara Kahu, Islamabad
📞 051-8153000-5, 0335-5557305
Skin diseases are conditions that damage your skin and cause irritation, itchiness, and rashes. You may inherit a skin condition or develop skin disease. A few of the symptoms of skin conditions can be well managed with proper medication, appropriate skin care, and some necessary lifestyle modifications. You can also not rule out the fact that the treatment options may keep the skin diseases stay away for some time only, and you can again suffer from such conditions at any time.
Many of these diseases may also never go away completely. So, just like as we take care of our overall health & well-being and protect ourselves from other diseases, skin care is something that we often neglect, which must not be the case at any cost. To ensure great care of your skin, we need to keep checking our skin for any likely changes, and if we find any unwanted symptoms, we should see the best dermatologist to get it treated right away.
Over the last couple of years, the skincare and cosmetics industry has grown exceptionally well, addressing the requirements of masses with skin conditions, often ranging from moderate to severe. Though, the more severe skin conditions are usually examined by the best dermatologists, yet, there are some over-the-counter remedies for your skin that may be useful to say goodbye to specific derma conditions.
Common Skin Conditions & Treatment
Dry & Cracked Skin
Those who live in dry weather, often complain about dry and cracked skin. Age is another commonly known factor that makes your skin drier because as we age, our skin’s natural ability to retain moisture weakens. Although dry and cracked skin is not a serious problem, it shows that you are dehydrated and you need to pour more liquids into your diet. Using a humidifier and taking cold showers can also help you deal with this condition.
Acne Rosacea is a common skin disorder that causes redness and small, red, pus-filled pimples on the face. It mostly affects fair-skinned, middle-aged women, but children are the most vulnerable. Acne Rosacea isn’t harmful to one’s health and can be treated using antibiotics and anti-acne ointments.
Contact dermatitis causes rashes on your skin due to contact with certain substances or objects to which you are allergic. Certain types of fabrics, soaps, cosmetics, jewelry, and other common items are usually responsible for contact dermatitis which causes allergic reactions. Dermatitis rashes, in some cases, can be painful too. Ointments, cold compression, steroids, and antibiotics are common practices used to treat contact dermatitis.
Acne is one of the most common skincare problems that affect teens and young adults with the onset of puberty. It occurs as a result of hair follicles being congested with oils and dead skin cells. Acne occurs as blackheads, whiteheads, pimples, oily skin, and scarring. The face, back, and chest are the common parts that are mostly affected by acne. Best home remedies include washing the face and body and using moisturizers. If the acne condition deteriorates, the best skin specialist will recommend anti-inflammatory ointments alongside antibiotics.
Psoriasis is a skin disease, more like an immune system disorder, that causes a rash with itchy, scaly patches, most commonly on the knees, elbows, and scalp. It is a common, chronic skin condition, that unfortunately has no cure. Treatment options are available, but only to manage symptoms. To live better with psoriasis, lifestyle modifications and adopting certain strategies suggested by the dermatologist can be helpful.