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  • Auriculotemporal syndrome

    Auriculotemporal syndrome or the Frey syndrome is a postoperative phenomenon following salivary gland surgery and also in neck dissection, facelift procedures, and trauma that is characterized by excessive sweating and flushing.The previous sympathetic responses of sweating and flushing are now controlled by postganglionic parasympathetic fibers.Mastication, which releases acetylcholine from the parasympat  Read More

  • Freckles

    Freckles, commonly known as Ephelides are seen as diffused discolouration or tanning in some parts of the face and the body. However, there are some genetic predispositions to this condition. It cannot be caused by genetic factors alone. Sun exposure is one of the important factors in acquiring this condition.Over-the-counter treatmentPeople with freckles can go for over-the-counter products like AHA to  Read More

  • H. gottron's syndrome

    Gottron syndrome is a very rare genetic condition that causes premature aging (progeroid), particularly on the hands and feet where the skin is extraordinarily thin and fragile (distal extremities). These distinctive skin conditions are present from birth, even though the ailment is most frequently identified in early childhood.As a non-progressive condition, Gottron syndrome's symptoms do not often worsen over tim  Read More

  • Keloids

    The following are keloids treatments. One or more ways may be appropriate for your scenario. Keloids can grow back, sometimes larger than before, even after effective flattening or excision. You might also create new ones.Wound healing: Compression dressings composed of elastic cloth or other materials may be used as the first treatment choice for newer keloids. This treatment is frequently used to remove keloids a  Read More

  • Melasma

    Melasma is common, harmless and usually fades after a few months. It does not always require treatment. Melasma is produced by hormonal fluctuations, like those that happen during pregnancy or when using birth control pills, and it will diminish after delivery or when the drugs are stopped.A dermatologist will most likely recommend a high-SPF sunblock to avoid melasma.If melasma does not dissipate naturall  Read More