Also known as Skin Specialist ,ماہرامراض جلد and Mahir-e-imraz-e-jild
MBBS, MCPS (Dermatology)
Great doctor ! Addressed my problem right away and is really kind to explain things , even at the end of the day!
It's my first session with Dr Amma rasul u know it's starting ...so I have no idea about this...but by talking with her I am a little bit satisfied...
M.B.B.S., Fellowship diploma in Facial Aesthetics
Very intelligent, good listener, explains things clearly. For a first appointment, I was highly impressed
She listen to your problem carefully and gives you a treatment accordingly.
Dermatologist, Laser Specialist, Cosmetologist
MBBS, MCPS (Dermatologist)
It was nice experience with him i am satisfied with the service.
Dermatologists (ماہرامراض جلد) are medical professionals who specialize in diagnosing and treating a diverse range of skin diseases and also perform certain cosmetic treatments to improve the texture, type and tone of skin, hair and nails. They are also able to make more complex diagnoses, like determining whether or not a mole is cancerous.
If you have really stubborn acne, scars, stretch marks, excess cellulite, dark discolorations, hyperpigmentation, itches, rashes, or abnormally 'blush-ing' skin, an appointment with a dermatologist is a good idea.
Dermatologists(ماہرامراض جلد) can do three main things which includes treating various illnesses, making cosmetic improvements to a patient's skin and diagnosing certain illnesses. These can happen in many different ways, such as the prescription of certain ointments/creams or additions/subtractions from the patient’s diet etc. They mostly deal with skin problems but hair and nail related problems also make up a large chunk of their work. Some dermatologists (ڈرمیٹولوجسٹ) go on to specialize in hair or nail related problems.
Skin doctors (ماہرامراض جلد) are capable of treating over 3000 different illnesses and many of these illnesses are more common than most people think. The most common skin diseases in Pakistan are:
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In order to become a dermatologist/cosmetologist in Pakistan, you must first get an M.B.B.S/Bachelor of Medicine from an institution that is recognized by the College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan (CPSP), and then work as a supervised general practitioner for a year, this is commonly referred to as a House Job. Once both of these are complete, you will have to finish a four to five year fellowship program (FCPS) in dermatology with the College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan.
The FCPS program involves at least three different examinations, including the FCPS-1 exam that enables a trainee to enroll in the program in the first place. You will then have to attend a number of mandatory generalized workshops and gain specialized training for around four years before attempting the final FCPS exam. Once this test has been cleared, you will be given the title of specialist and will be made a member of the CPSP, enabling you to practice as a dermatologist in Johar Town, Lahore. Though this is the minimum amount of training a dermatologist is required to have, many do go on to gain more certifications and training, further expanding their knowledge of the field.
Like all fields of medicine, dermatology has numerous sub-specialities; which are listed below:
Skin specialists(ماہرامراض جلد) are not only capable of treating a vast number of skin related illnesses but can also offer beauty advice and help patients achieve skin goals via medical and lifestyle advice. This means that you don’t have to be sick to meet a dermatologist and that they can help you make your skin look even healthier. The range of treatments and advice a skin doctor can give has been growing every year for decades now as our understanding of medicine grows and new technologies become widely available.