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What is treatment for vitiligo?

What is treatment for vitiligo?

Vitiligao: This is an idiopathic condition that has no universillay accepted treatment. In use are psoralen followed by puva, oxsoralen ultra, pseudo-catalase and calcium followed by uvb, calcipotriene and uvb treatments, surgical grafting with keratinocyte co-cultures, certain 308 excimer laser treatments with or without tacrolimus. Obvious discuss this with your skin doctor as there are even newer treatmen. ...Read more

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Dr. Ayyaz Shah
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Vitiligo (Definition)

Vitiligo is an autoimmune condition in which affected individuals have hypopigmented ...Read more


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What is the best treatment for vitiligo ?

Rule out underlying: Some cases of vitiligo (a minority) are caused by an underlying medical condition. It is important to rule out those conditions, since treating them will often stop the vitiligo. Assuming there is no underlying condition, tacrolimus ointment, corticosteroid creams, and intralesional steroid injections are pretty much the only options at the present time. ...Read more

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Which treatment works the best and fastest for vitiligo?

Which treatment works the best and fastest for vitiligo?

Complicated: Treatment can be as simple as using sun screen. More complicated treatments include phototherapy, immunomodulation, cytomanipulation, skin grafting, topical depigmentation plus ruby laser, and topical fluorouracil. ...Read more

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Best home treatment for vitiligo?

Best home treatment for vitiligo?

Limited: Oral vitamins including b complex, vitamin c and Folic Acid along with ginkgo biloba are sometimes helpful in repigmentation skin. However localized vitiligo is best treated with phototherapy such as narrow band uvb. There are home units available by prescription form a dermatologist if multiple office visits is not practical. ...Read more

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What is a really good treatment for vitiligo?

Skin grafting: For stable vitiligo (patients with no new spots for more than 2 years) there is the option of skin grafting. Success rates vary but many patients will see improvement with the removal of normal skin usually from the thigh and grafting of that normal skin to areas of vitiligo. ...Read more

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Can you tell me about a treatment that at least works a bit for vitiligo?

Possible improvement: There are a few queens, light and or laser treatments that might help. ...Read more

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How the treatment of vitiligo ?

Many: There are many treatments for vitiligo. Lesions on the face and neck respond the best. Lesions on the hands and feet take longer and sometimes don't respond. There is the excimer laser, light therapy like puva and nbuvb, topical creams like Protopic and minor surgery as skin grafting. Some vitamins and some eastern herbs are noted to help but have had little success in my experience. ...Read more

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What to know before trying treatment that at least works a bit for vitiligo?

Vitiligo: Best if you would see your primary doctor and a dermatologist. They will guide you through. ...Read more

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What treatment options are available for vitiligo?

Vitiligo Therapy: Four options are currently available for the treatment of vitiligo: sunscreens; cover-up; restoration of normal skin color through phototherapy, topical cortisone, growth of pigment cells in culture then transplantation back to host; and bleaching of normal skin with topical creams to remove normal skin pigment to make an even color. ...Read more