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What is the best treatment for vitiligo ?
5 doctors weighed in

Dr. Joseph Eastern
Dermatology
2 doctors agree
In brief: 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.

In brief: 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.
Dr. Joseph Eastern
Dr. Joseph Eastern
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Dr. Kenneth Weston
Family Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: Difficult problem
Vitiligo can be a frustrating disease due to it's cosmetic result.
Treating vitiligo can be difficult. Usual treatments include topical steroid, intralesional steroid shot and or light therapy. For significant vitiligo you should consult a dermatologist who has experience in this area.

In brief: Difficult problem
Vitiligo can be a frustrating disease due to it's cosmetic result.
Treating vitiligo can be difficult. Usual treatments include topical steroid, intralesional steroid shot and or light therapy. For significant vitiligo you should consult a dermatologist who has experience in this area.
Dr. Kenneth Weston
Dr. Kenneth Weston
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