Department of Dermatology

Are you ready to unlock your inner glow? With the help of the Apollo Adlux Hospital’s Department of Dermatology, you can now enhance your beauty with a variety of cosmetic dermatology and aesthetic services.  Our highly trained and expert dermatologists offer a holistic approach in embellishing your skin, hair, and nails. The department provides a wide range of medical, paediatric, surgical, and cosmetic dermatology services. Our dermatologists use a multi-disciplinary approach to successfully treat acne, scars, pigmentation, vitiligo, hair loss or hair fall, moles, hair, nail, corns, calluses, wrinkling, and ageing skin. Our specialists work closely with departments such as Oncology (skin cancer dermatology), Gynaecology, and Plastic Reconstruction (cosmetic dermatology), among others, to ensure that you have the best experience and a quick recovery with excellent outcomes. Discover the latest innovative technology that helps you reveal your true beauty! Get ready to experience a transformation from within and be amazed by the results!



Scope of Services

  • Acne Scar Treatment – Subcision 


  • Punch Techniques

  • PRP

  • Microneedling Electrosurgery

  • Chemical Peeling

  • Intralesional Injection 

  • Cryotherapy

  • Clinical Dermatology

  • Dermoscopy

  • Vitiligo surgery - Punch Grafting 

  • Blister Grafting 

  • Noncultured Cell Suspension Grafting Dermabrasion 

  • Microdermabrasion

  • Ear Piercing and Ear Lobe Repair

  • PRP Injection for Alopecia and Scars Laser Hair Removal

  • Nail Procedures

Get to Know our Team of Experts


A Plethora of solutions to all your questions and dilemmas, melt away any confusion or doubts you may have

Dermatologists are medical professionals that have additional training in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases affecting the skin, hair, nails, and mucous membranes. Dermatologists conduct cosmetic operations in addition to treating skin diseases such contact dermatitis, psoriasis, acne, dry skin, moles, warts, and fungal infections. To stop or treat disease early and enhance skin appearance, dermatologists also do surgeries.

If there are any spots of your skin that are growing, changing in size or colour, itching, bleeding, or that are not healing, you should consult a dermatologist right once. Also, if you have any sores that don't heal after two weeks or any places that ooze fluid or blood, crust over or clot over, then ooze or bleed again, you should visit dermatologist right once.

Skin cancer risk factors include:

  • Fair skin, freckled skin, readily turned red skin, or skin that becomes quickly sensitive to the sun
  • Green or blue eyes
  • Red or blonde hair
  • History of skin cancer in the family
  • Sun exposure while working or playing
  • Sunburns, particularly in childhood

The type of cancer will determine the sort of treatment needed. The amount of your surgery if you have a basal cell tumour will depend on your age, general health, the type, size, location, and depth of your tumour. Surgery is often used to remove basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma. The precise removal of skin cancer via Mohs micrographic surgery helps to protect healthy tissue. Curettage, electrosurgery, cryosurgery, radiotherapy, photodynamic treatment, laser surgery, and topical medicines are further methods for treating skin cancer.

Limiting your exposure to the sun is the best prevention against developing skin cancer. The main cause of skin cancer is prolonged exposure to the sun's UV rays. This entails forming healthy behaviours like photo protection with limited sun exposure, wearing protective clothing, and applying sunscreen.