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Top 430 Doctors for Vitiligo in Karachi

95% 255 patients

Dr. Aisha Humaira

MBBS, D-Derm (UK), Dip Aesthetic Medicine (USA), Certified in Thread-lifting (UAE)

Dermatologist, Cosmetologist

7 years experience
15 - 30 min wait
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95% 21 patients

Dr. Mahwish Fawad

MBBS, Dip. in Dermatology, Dip. in Aesthetic Medicine

Aesthetic Medicine Specialist, Dermatologist

13 years experience
15 - 30 min wait
100% 53 patients

Dr. Tayyaba Iqbal

MBBS, FCPS

Dermatologist, Cosmetologist

14 years experience
Under 15 min wait
100% 12 patients

Dr. Sheeza Ali

MBBS (Gold Medalist), MCPS (Dermatology), Certified in Aesthetics by American board of aesthetic Medicine(ABAM)

Dermatologist, Cosmetologist, Aesthetic Medicine Specialist

10 years experience
Under 15 min wait

Dr. Sheeza Ali

MBBS (Gold Medalist), MCPS (Dermatology), Certified in Aesthetics by American board of aesthetic Medicine(ABAM)

Dermatologist, Cosmetologist, Aesthetic Medicine Specialist

10 years experience
Under 15 min wait
100% 57 patients

Dr. Maria Mansoor

M.B.B.S., F.C.P.S.

Dermatologist, Laser Specialist, Cosmetologist

12 years experience
Under 15 min wait
100% 8 patients

Dr. Emadullah Kirmani

M.B.B.S., Dip. in Dermatology

Dermatologist

30 years experience
Under 15 min wait

What is Vitiligo?

Vitiligo is a long-term, incurable skin condition in which patches of skin lose their colour. The cause is mostly known, though a genetic link seems more likely. It is not contagious and can affect people of any age, gender and ethnicity. Signs include white, silvery patches of discoloured skin.

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The fee for top doctors for Vitiligo in Karachi ranges from 400 to 2500. You will pay at the reception when you visit the doctor.

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Vitiligo is a long-term, incurable skin condition in which patches of skin lose their colour. The cause is mostly known, though a genetic link seems more likely. It is not contagious and can affect people of any age, gender and ethnicity. Signs include white, silvery patches of discoloured skin.