Plasma Induction Therapy Cost in Delhi | Pigmentation Removal Specialist Doctor in Delhi, India

Plasma Induction Therapy

What is skin darkening or pigmentation?
Melanocyte cells present in the skin produce melanin which provide color to the skin. So, when the melanin is overproduced or underproduced in the body it causes pigmentation problems. Anyone can develop problems of pigmentation no matter what the age, gender, skin tone, and ethnicity.

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Hyperpigmentation (dark spots) is a condition caused due to the overproduction of pigment melanin, and hypopigmentation (white spots) occurs due to low production of melanin. Sun exposure is one of the obvious reasons for pigmentation, along with genetics, hormonal changes, and vitamin deficiency.

 

If you are looking for the best pigmentation treatment in Delhi, you can visit Dadu Medical Centre where many advanced treatments are available. These treatments are performed by qualified and experienced dermatologists so one can rest be assured of the results. One such treatment for pigmentation in Delhi is Plasma Induction Therapy.

 

Plasma Induction Therapy for Hyperpigmentation 
It is a skin rejuvenation treatment that uses the patient’s own plasma that stimulates collagen production and thus reduces pigmentation spots. In this therapy, blood is taken from the patient’s body and then placed into a centrifuge machine to separate the platelets from the blood. After centrifugation, only the high concentration of platelets contained blood is re-injected into the skin of the patient. In Plasma Induction Therapy, the solution is injected into the affected areas to supply growth factors that boost collagen and thus reduce pigmentation. To infuse plasma into the patient’s skin, a syringe or microneedling devices can be used. This therapy has minimal downtime.

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Types of Hyperpigmentation

 

1. Melasma: This occurs due to hormonal changes during pregnancy. It causes brown or greyish patches or dark spots on the face and anywhere on the body. Melasma is also termed chloasma or pregnancy mask. Melasma commonly develops in women during pregnancy and in people have hormonal imbalance or thyroid.

 

2. Sunspots: Sunspots develop due to excessive sun exposure that makes their skin areas darker for a longer period of time. It mainly affects the skin of the face and hands. Sunspots look like freckles or age spots, or uneven patches of color.

 

3. Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH): This condition results due to previously occurred skin injury like after cystic acne. 

Lifestyle changes that can prevent pigmentation formation are as follows:

  • Apply sunscreen regularly.
  • Drink plenty of water.
  • Proper sleep.
  • Use only dermatologist recommended makeup and skincare products.
  • Avoid consuming unnecessary medications.

Ideal candidates for Plasma Induction Therapy

  • People having skin problems like uneven skin tone or pigmentation can opt for Plasma Induction Therapy.
  • This treatment is not safe for anyone who has medical conditions like HIV, hepatitis C, cardiovascular disease, skin cancer, or any kind of blood cancer.
  • Patients with severe active infection cannot be a suitable candidate for this procedure. 
  • Plasma Induction Therapy is not appropriate for pregnant women.

How is Plasma Induction Therapy for pigmentation performed?
Plasma Induction Therapy is one of the most popular pigmentation treatments in Delhi. In the first step, a small amount of blood is taken from the patient’s body. This blood is processed for separating pla-te-lets from the blood. The separated pla-te-let rich plasma is helpful for skin rejuvenation. This pla-te-let rich plasma is re-injected into the patient’s skin. The natural growth factors are released into the body from injected pla-te-let rich plasma that acts for the body to repair itself through the stimulation of cells to new tissue regeneration and skin tone improvement. This therapy also promotes collagen production and healthy skin production that makes the skin look plumper, brighter, and younger.

 

In this treatment, microneedling can also be performed. First, the dermaroller is rolled over the skin, and this creates small microchannels, and then pla-te-let rich plasma is injected into the skin pigmentation area. The microneedling helps enables good absorption of plasma into the skin. The infused pla-te-let rich plasma improves blood circulation, repairs the damage caused to the skin by pigmentation, and removes pigmentation patches, boosts collagen production, and makes the skin brighter and pigmentation-free.

 

Benefits of Plasma Induction Therapy

  • It is safe and comfortable to treat pigmentation.
  • It is a non-surgical procedure.
  • It only takes 30-45 minutes for one session.
  • Minimum downtime with slight redness can happen.

Aftercare 
Plasma Induction Therapy is a safe treatment. However, the patient may experience mild redness after this treatment which will go away after a couple of days. Use sunscreen afterwards and ensure photoprotection. One must keep their body hydrated after this treatment. The patient may get results with successive sessions of Plasma Induction Therapy.

 

Get Plasma Induction Therapy in Delhi to treat pigmentation, at Dadu Medical Centre.

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