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Home Eminent Columnists Dr K Sai Krishna

Dr K Sai Krishna

Dr. Kotla Sai KrishnaDr. Kotla Sai Krishna is a consultant Dermatologist and Cosmetologist with varied experience in skin and beauty related subjects. He will address your doubts and queries regarding dermatology & cosmetology related issues.

Working as a Consultant Dermatologist, Yashoda Hospital, Secunderabad; Consultant Dermatologist and Cosmetic Surgeon, Sri Sai Skin Clinic, Secunderabad; Counsultant Dermatologist, Vimta Labs, Hyderabad; Consultant, Kaya Skin Clinic, Hyderabad and Consultant  Dermatologist Biotrailpharma, Hyderabad, Dr. Sai Krishna has many Award Winning Scientific papers and Presentations to his credit.

With an MD in Dermatology, he is also the Associate Professor and Consultant Dermatologist in the Department of Dermatology at SVS Medical College Hospital at Mahaboob Nagar.

He has presented several seminars and his professional abilities and clinical research interest lies in cosmetic dermatology, dermatopathology and clinical research. You could send in your queries to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

What are chemical peels?

Doctor, do you offer laser treatment for skin problems? Do you offer chemical peels for skin conditions? Could you please give me the address to your clinic? Also, could you please tell me a little about chemical peels? Thanks. - Sharon Vidya Rao.
Yes, laser treatments and chemical peels are done by us. Chemical peels are acid preparations at various concentrations and used to treat skin blemishes, pigmentations and scars. Some of the commonly used ones are glycolic acid, lactic acid, salicylic acid and trichloroacetic acid. Humans have been using them since ages. It is said that Cleopatra used them too. In fact, all these are natural extracts like lactic acid from milk, glycolic from sugar cane, salicylic from bark of tree, malic from apple. Of course, commercially they are prepared with different chemical processes to make them ready to use.

All the above mentioned ones are lunchtime peels i.e they take very less time and can be done during short intervals such as lunchtime so you do not have to take leave from your workplace! You can contact me at 9985047233. 

Doctor, I have dark circles and puffiness around my eyes always, in spite of sleeping for more than eight hours each day. How do I get rid of these? I am on the higher side of 40 years and have absolutely no health problems. Is there any remedy, home or clinical? Please suggest. - Mallikarjuna.
Puffiness under the eyes or baggy eyes is a common cosmetic concern seen commonly as you age. It is present as swollen appearance under the eyes. Sometimes it is also associated with pigmentation around the eyes. As a person ages, the muscles supporting around the eye weaken with age, and the capillaries around this area also become fragile causing accumulation of loose fat or fluid around the eyes, and thus causing baggy eyes.

Sometimes medical conditions such as thyroid, renal problems, or allergies can aggravate or precipitate the problem. Hence it is important that you consult your physician if the baggy eyes are persistent, associated with redness of the eyes, or when there is swelling of the feet. Sometimes, they can be because of heredity.

You can avoid them if you take less salt in the diet; avoid fluid retention, raising the height of the pillow which allows better drainage of the fluid. Facial massages will help strengthen the muscles around the eyes. Tea bags, kheera (cucumber), potato are said to be good home remedies but my experience with them is very limited. Several under-eye creams claim promising results but fail to sustain long term benefits. In my experience antioxidants with Omega 3 fatty acid preparations were helpful and my patients were benefited.

Doctor, I have skin tags on my neckline and the underside of the arms. Can they be removed? If yes, how and is it safe? Also, can such skin tags become cancerous? - Venkata Narasimha.
Acrochordon or skin tags are common outgrowths seen on the skin especially at body folds such as neck, axillae and sometimes groins. They are not cancerous and are absolutely benign. They can arise more commonly in obese persons or when there is noticeable recent weight gain. They can be heredity also. They can be removed easily with radiofrequency cautery, cryotherapy, and lasers. All procedures can be done under local anaesthesia and hence are painless. You can consult a dermatologist for further help.

Month: August 2010.

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