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Sainath Skin Specialities

Hyderabad, Telangana
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We are pleased to introduce Celestee – Skin, Laser and Hair Clinic that focuses on leveraging advances in medicine to make you look more beautiful and youthful. Celestee has created an advanced facility that has Qualified Cosmetic Dermetologists & Trichologists, Skin & Hair Therapists, and advanced equipment that brings to you the best of what aesthetic medicine has to offer. Our medico-aesthetic approach is one of its kind. We bring to you the aesthetics of beauty and the science of medical knowledge as a single unified service under one roof. Each visit of yours at Celestee is led by our expert doctors who start with a skin analysis and take stock of your overall medical condition before they chart out a treatment plan, exclusive for you. Our carefully balanced combination of aesthetic and clinical approach – from a simple skin peel to a more advanced medical procedure – is planned to suit your own unique individual skin and body needs. We have established this holistic approach to give you the benefits of what the best in the field of science and aesthetics has to offer. Celestee is, by far, the most comprehensive medico-aesthetic clinic that you can choose.+ Read More

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During the past several years, much has been written about a preparation called platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and its potential effectiveness in the treatment of injuries.
Even though PRP has received extensive publicity, there are still lingering questions about it, such as:
What exactly is platelet-rich plasma?
How does it work?
What conditions are being treated with PRP?
Is PRP treatment effective?
What Is Platelet-rich Plasma (PRP)?

Although blood is mainly a liquid (called plasma), it also contains small solid components (red cells, white cells, and platelets.) The platelets are best known for their importance in clotting blood. However, platelets also contain hundreds of proteins called growth factors which are very important in the healing of injuries.

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The Pain-Free, Hair-Free Laser Hair Removal treatment can now liberate you from daily shaving and tedious plucking, threading and waxing. This laser has a coolant effect on the patient as the laser therapy is done and the patient will be at ease or feels comfortable while getting the procedure done. The breakthrough, revolutionary technology has been described as one of the most comfortable hair removal options available. There are wonderful results with hair being removed with no pain at all. You need 6-12 sittings once a month or once in 2 months.

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Moles are common skin lesions. They are correctly called melanocytic naevi (American spelling ‘nevi’), as they are due to a proliferation of the pigment cells, melanocytes. If they are brown or black in colour, they may also be called pigmented naevi. Moles are benign in nature (harmless), but amalignant melanoma (cancerous mole) may arise within a mole.
Naevi may form from other skin cells (e.g. vascular naevi are formed from blood vessels), but only those derived from melanocytes are known as moles.
What do moles look like?
Moles may be flat or protruding. They vary in colour from pink or flesh tones to dark brown or black. Although mostly round or oval in shape, they are sometimes unusual shapes. They range in size from a couple of millimetres to several centimetres in diameter.
The number of moles a person has depends on genetic factors and on sun exposure; most white-skinned New Zealanders have 20-50 of them. People with a greater number of moles have a higher risk of developing melanoma than those with few moles, especially if they have over 100 of them.
When do moles appear?
One or more moles may be present at birth. These brown birthmarks are more correctly known as congenital melanocytic naevi. If birthmark-like moles appear within the first two years of life, they are sometimes called ‘congenital-type’ melanocytic naevi.
More frequently moles arise during childhood or early adult life, when they are called acquired melanocytic naevi. Exposure to sunlight increases the number of moles. Teenagers and young adults tend to have the greatest number of moles and there are fewer in later life because some of them slowly fade away.

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