Vitiligo Treatments

At Este Hair Medical, we provide specialised treatments for vitiligo, focusing on restoring skin pigmentation and enhancing confidence through advanced and personalised care.

Vitiligo Treatments at Este Hair Medical

Vitiligo is a challenging skin condition characterized by patches of depigmented skin. At Este Hair Medical in Harrow, London, we provide specialized treatments to address vitiligo and restore skin pigmentation.

Our approach begins with a thorough evaluation of your vitiligo patterns and severity. We offer advanced treatment options including phototherapy, topical treatments, and surgical procedures such as skin grafting to help repigment affected areas.

Trust our experienced dermatologists to develop personalized treatment plans tailored to your unique needs. We are committed to providing compassionate care and effective solutions for vitiligo, helping you achieve more uniform skin tone and improved confidence.

Advanced Vitiligo Treatments at Este Hair Medical

  • We begin with a thorough evaluation to understand the extent and progression of vitiligo.
  • Developing a tailored treatment plan based on your unique skin type and condition.
  • Utilizing advanced therapies to restore pigmentation and manage vitiligo effectively.
  • Continuously monitoring your progress and adjusting treatments as needed for optimal results.
  • Providing comprehensive guidance and support to help you manage vitiligo and maintain skin health.


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Frequently Asked Questions

1What causes vitiligo and who is affected by it?
Vitiligo is believed to be an autoimmune condition where the immune system attacks melanocytes, the cells responsible for skin pigmentation. It can affect people of all ages and ethnicities.
2What are the common symptoms of vitiligo?
Common symptoms include patches of skin losing their pigment, resulting in white or light-colored patches that may appear on the face, hands, arms, legs, and other areas exposed to the sun.
3How is vitiligo diagnosed by dermatologists?
Dermatologists diagnose vitiligo by examining the skin and may use a Wood's lamp to detect areas of depigmentation more clearly. Sometimes, a skin biopsy may be performed.
4What treatments are available for vitiligo?
Treatments include topical corticosteroids, phototherapy (UVB or PUVA), excimer laser treatments, and in some cases, depigmentation therapy for widespread vitiligo. Skin grafting may also be an option.
5Can vitiligo be cured or managed effectively?
While there is no known cure for vitiligo, treatments can help manage the condition and restore some skin pigmentation. Results vary, and it's essential to work with a dermatologist to find the best treatment approach.