IMIDs are inflammatory, immune-mediated and chronic diseases that can affect different organs, including the skin. The role of the dermatologist specialized in these diseases is key to the diagnosis of the affectation. When dealing with chronic diseases, the patient with one or more IMIDs must remember that it is necessary to follow a periodic control by this specialist to analyze the affectation of the pathology on the skin. It is important to know that on many occasions the indicated treatments are not always topical, but oral, subcutaneous or even intravenous administration drugs may be indicated.

The patients with psoriasis often have scaly patches on the skin, which can affect any location of the body surface. The  lesions  are symmetrically distributed and affect the extension surfaces of the  elbows ,  knees  and trunk, as well as the  scalp.

In the case of patients with hidradenitis suppurativa, the affectation consists of the presence of abscesses and very painful suppurative lesions, predominantly in areas such as the armpits and groin.

Both patients with psoriasis and patients with hidradenitis suppurativa should be alert to the presence of joint pain that may indicate the onset of the joint component in both diseases. In the case of hidradenitis suppurativa, the appearance of frequent diarrhea is also important, which may indicate the appearance of an inflammatory bowel disease, sometimes associated with patients with hidradenitis.

Skin care

The effectiveness of a good dermatological treatment is maximum when all the factors that influence the process are taken into account, such as diet, lifestyle and skin care with hygiene and specific care products. It is advisable that, in addition to eating a balanced diet, the patient with IMID dedicates time to skin care as a complement to pharmacological treatment.

A dry, deteriorated skin with a lack of hydration and care causes the alteration of its normal functioning. Psoriasis is characterized by the presence of scaly plaques, so it is advisable to use emollients on a daily basis to hydrate the skin. This hygiene care should also include antiseptic soaps and shampoos to wash the affected areas.

When dressing, it is preferable to avoid the use of very narrow garments, made of synthetic fibers and wool , and instead opt for comfortable cotton clothes.

Part of caring for IMID diseases is maintaining a healthy lifestyle and avoiding stress, as much as possible, which is one of the triggers for flare-ups.

The Dermatology is the branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of skin diseases. Among other conditions, dermatology deals with pathologies such as Alopecia, Acne, dermatitis and eczema problems, nail disorders, pigmentation disorders (spots), revision of nevi (moles), warts, psoriasis. ….

The Dermoestética is a modern and innovative concept that has emerged over recent years, and is in close relationship with the advent and great growth that has been experiencing aesthetic medicine in general.

In addition, dermatologists are specialist skin surgeons, being in charge of the surgical treatment of Nevus (moles), skin tags (warts in folds), warts, including palmar and plantar, epidermal (sebaceous) cysts, seborrheic keratoses (fat warts) and tumors of all kinds, being its fundamental role in the prevention of skin cancer, specifically melanoma, with all the clinical importance and early diagnosis of these lesions, which this role represents in Medicine.

Precisely, dermo-aesthetics is responsible within aesthetics to guarantee and allow patients access to a better quality of life, using various procedures, treating, correcting and modifying certain conditions and alterations in the physical appearance of the skin that result in product of different diseases, exposure to physical and chemical agents, and the same passing of the years.

Using the most recent advances in science and technology, specialists in aesthetic dermatology at the best skin specialist delhi seek to correct unsightly aspects that occur in the skin, trying to obtain, with the least amount of adverse effects, the best possible results. We will mention below some of the most frequent pathologies observed in this field and the best treatments for each of them.

And finally, aesthetic medicine is defined as the medical-surgical practice that applies the necessary techniques for the restoration, maintenance and promotion of aesthetics, health and well-being. Aesthetic medicine is a specialized medical activity that meets the three criteria that define a medical specialty, unified objective, existence of a scientific and technical base, and social demand. The objective is the restoration, maintenance and promotion of aesthetics, health and well-being. It has a solid body of doctrine restrained by the existence of monographs and magazines dedicated exclusively to aesthetic medicine issues, as well as specific university training.

There is a social demand: the response to this demand (inherent in improving the level of social well-being) is reflected in the large number of doctors who practice the activity, as well as by the existence of national and international professional aesthetic medicine societies, that organize and accredit congresses, meetings and specific scientific activities. Therefore, we offer our treatments under medical and dermatological control.

In Facial Aesthetics with treatments that include botox, facial fillers, peels, acne treatment, facial rejuvenation, facial mesotherapy, facial rejuvenation with IPL, radio frequency, spots, lip augmentation without surgery, etc.

In Body Aesthetics with treatments that include volume reduction and cellulite, the elimination of superficial varicose veins (sclerotherapy, photosclerosis), the treatment of excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis or hyper-sweating), postpartum treatment (cellulite, varicose veins, hormonal spots), bridal treatments , body mesotherapy, flaccidity and cellulite, lipocavitation, photoepilation, slimming plans, treatment of localized fat and cellulite, personalized diets, etc.