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How To Remove Hair From A Babys Eye
Floaters: Most common it is recommended to have an immediate exam when they first occur to rule out retinal detachment. If there is only floater, then wait a year and if they are still symptomatic then consider a vitrectomy to remove the vitreous and floaters. There is not much information and acceptance on using a yag laser to treat them, do internet search if you want more on yag. I do not recommend ya. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hair removal is either temporary, like tweezing, waxing or shaving, or permanent, in which the follicles are destroyed by electrolysis or a laser/light system. Very popular these days to reduce the density of hair in an area by laser hair removal. It needs to be repeated in a series to affect as many follicles as ...Read more
Could eyebrow hair removed by razor to stitch wound in child regrow after one year from the accedient , how long to wait to think in transplsnt hair ?
Local care: Much of cradle cap id due to retained skin flakes that are not susceptible to the mild ingredients in "tear free" baby shampoos. Active washing with a simple dandruff shampoo will often do the trick, as well as avoiding baby oil on the scalp or other treatments.A soft cuticle brush to help scrub in the shampoo helps, but keep it away from the eyes. ...Read more
How to clean my eye lashes post LASIK surgery? If water reached eyelashes what will happen, how to get rid of bacteria entered my eye from water?
Gently: There is no particular risk of infection. You have been placed on an anti biotic eye drop to prevent this. You can clean the lashes if needed with cosmetic eye pads gently rubbed over the lashes or cotton tip applicators. You could in fact wait a couple of days to allow the eye to heal well enough to eliminate any risk. ...Read more
Hello, i have a blue spot on my chin due to the continuous plucking the unwanted hair with tweezer. So how to remove that blue area? Thanks
Hematoma?: Could be hematoma.Get a more detailed answer ›
Copiously rinse: If you have splashed bleach into your eyes and on your surrounding skin, rinse your eyes & face with water asap. You should also have someone take you to an urgent care clinic to have eyes evaluated. A pH of your tears will be tested & more Normal saline rinse (Morgan lens) will likely occur. Proper treatment & follow up will be provided. Bleach is a very alkaline product & can cause severe burns. ...Read more
Improve NOT remove: It is possible to improve scars but nearly impossible to remove scars. This requires an assessment of thickness, width, depth, color, texture, location, direction, behavior, adjacent/adherent tissues etc. Depending on the evaluation, an apporopriate intervention(s) is prescribed or recommended. Techniques used may inlcude excision, incision, flap/graft, rearrangement, resurfacing, laser, etc. ...Read more
Have MD remove: The fastest way is to have a physician perform a sterile unroofing of the overlying tissue. ...Read more
A blackhead removing strip accidentally removed a little bit of eyebrow. How long does it take eyebrow to grow back? What can I do to make grow faster
Eyebrow: I would use eyebrow pencil till it comes back. How long? Very individual. ...Read more
Bald spot due to hair dresser leaving bleach on too long. I cover it up by parting my hair. How to get hair to grow in that area???
It: will grow back,,,,be patient..you are "injuring" your hair every time you bleach it! Think about changing the coloring process OR your Hairdresser! Just my opinion Hope it's helpful Dr Z ...Read more
Pimples: The pimples are probably acne and you are best treated by a doctor, preferably a dermatologist if you have a number of pimples. The dermatologist can help you with various medications and treatments, as acne requires persistant good care to keep it under control. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can the semi permanent hair color destroy your hair follicle how can i grow it back. Can I still continue using is to cover gray hair?
No: There's no evidence that such is the case; however, if you have concerns about a specific product, check out its reputation online and see if there might be a better option; ...Read more
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