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Pediatric Dermatology

Pediatric Dermatology

A Pediatric Dermatologist specializes in treating skin condition such as a birthmarks, eczema, warts, psoriasis etc in children. Pediatric dermatologists use cutting-edge treatment procedures to treat a wide range of pediatric skin disorders and infancy to adolescence. Pediatric dermatologists understand what is normal growth and development in a child and when to be concerned, thanks to their expertise.

At Rainbow Children's Hospital, our Pediatric Dermatologists provide comprehensive treatments for all sensitive issues which are commonly observed in children. Our advanced treatment facility ensures care and therapy is given until the condition is cured.


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Why Choose Rainbow Children’s Hospital for pediatric dermatology?

At Rainbow Children’s Hospital, pediatric dermatologists offer thorough care for all sensitive conditions that are frequently seen in young patients. Their cutting-edge facility and advanced facilities for pediatric dermatology ensure that therapy and care are provided until the skin care condition is resolved.

In Which centers Rainbow has a pediatric dermatology?

Rainbow Children’s Hospital has one of the best treatments for pediatric skin issues at its pediatric dermatology centers in the cities of Hyderabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Vizag, Vijayawada and many more units upcoming in other cities across India.

What is Vitiligo and how common is it?

Vitiligo is a skin condition in which white patches start to appear on it. It is very common in children as well as adults. The cause of this skin condition is the attack on the melanocytes (cells that create skin pigment) by the immune system. The spots can appear anywhere on the skin but the most common areas are eyelids, hands, elbows, knees, genitalia, and feet. The effect of the Vitiligo can be from a few small spots to almost all your body’s pigment.

When you see white spots on your child, you need to consult a pediatric dermatologist to diagnose whether your child has vitiligo or any other condition causing white or light spots on their skin. If your child is diagnosed with vitiligo, they can choose from several available treatment options like topical medications, excimer laser, and ultraviolet light treatment. It might take two to three months to see the results. So, it is essential that you continue the treatment. To know more about this, contact the Dermatologist in Rainbow Hospital.

How should I wash the skin of my baby?

Babies’ skin is very delicate because it is still developing. So, while bathing your baby, you need to take special care. Use a small tub built to bathe your child and stay with them while they are bathing. Use a gentle soap and warm water. After the bath, pat dry their skin and apply a moisturizer immediately. Make sure that you don’t over-bathe them as it can lead to eczema. The bath should be less than 5 minutes long during which the minimum amount of soap should be used. Expert Pediatric Dermatologist in Rainbow Hospital will provide the best treatment for all kinds of skin related issues in children. To know more about the above issue, you can contact them.

There are small clear bumps on my child’s skin. How can they be treated?

Small, clear bumps on the skin of your child might be molluscum, also known as molluscum contagiosum. Caused by a skin virus, these bumps develop in a group and can spread to other areas and other children easily and rapidly. They are not dangerous, but they can cause itching and irritation. Adults with immune system problems or chronic illnesses might also get affected by this.

There is no need to treat Molluscum as they go on their own in 1 to 2 years. However, they can spread and create hundreds of spots. Treatment for this condition will include destroying lesions individually. To accomplish this, a pediatric dermatologist will either prescribe topical medications, use liquid nitrogen for freezing, and cantharidine, a chemical causing small blisters. Molluscum tries to spread constantly. So, your child might need repeated treatments to get them all.

Do children get skin cancer too?

Skin cancer is very rare in children. However, blistering sunburns or excess exposure to the sun in childhood can increase the risk of skin cancer significantly later in life. So, when it comes to skin health for life, limiting their sun exposure will pay well.

When it comes to moles, it is a different story. As your child grows, moles grow proportionally. But, in some cases, it can become malignant. So, if you see a suspicious mole, contact the best pediatric dermatologist in Hyderabad immediately.

Here are a few changes you need to look out for:

Asymmetry
Large diameter
Uneven color
Irregular bordering
Evolution

How common is dandruff in children? How can it be treated?

Seborrheic dermatitis is a condition in which your child suffers from mild dandruff, itching, and crusting of scalp, face, and ears, and severe redness. Another condition causing dandruff in children is the Pityrosporum ovale. This can overgrow but can be controlled by using a medicated shampoo. However, if your child has severe symptoms, the pediatric dermatologist might prescribe some creams. For managing eyelid involvement, you can use baby shampoo to clean the skin near the eyelashes. A pediatric dermatologist near you can always be helpful in this matter.

Can warts be contagious? How can I prevent them from spreading on my child’s body?

Warts are contagious through contact because they are caused by a virus. In most cases, they are harmless and go away on their own. However, you will still need to consult a pediatric dermatologist as they can spread and be painful. For preventing them from spreading, you can try the following:

Avoid touching it.
Don’t scratch or pick at them.
Moisture can help warts spread so your foot warts should be kept try
While walking on common floors, wear shoes.

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