Melanocyte Transplantation is a Sure Vitiligo Cure
Are you concerned about the depigmentation of your skin? Have you lost your self confidence just because of white patches on your skin? Well there is nothing to worry about Vitiligo as this is not a disease but a skin disorder which is completely curable. This is a condition in which skin loses its melanocyte cells which is responsible for skin pigmentation and starts developing white patches. Though there are many reasons for the development of this disorder which varied from patient to patient. However there is an effective vitiligo cure which uses skin cells from your own body.
Melanocyte transplantation takes melanocyte cells from normal pigmented areas of your skin and then transplants them onto depigmented areas like lips, fingers, hands and feet. This cure for Vitiligo does not require any hospitalization and is done on an outpatient basis in the surgical center. After anaesthetizing the normal skin, a small part of the skin is removed using silver skin grafting knife which gives excellent thin grafts containing only the epidermis..
The depigmented patch is anaesthetized and dermabrasion is done using laser or micrometer to remove epidermis safely without injuring the dermis. After the removal of epidermis the melanocyte suspension is applied over the patch and the wound is covered with a collagen dressing. The entire procedure takes a very short time depending upon the area. The pigmentation may vary from patient to patient and might take some time to appear. As no scar is left on the extracted area hence this Vitiligo treatment is the most effective one. This treatment has got no side effects and is a day care procedure.
If you or any of your known are suffering from this disorder then immediately contact your dermatologist to get it treated before it spreads all over the body. This treatment is an easy procedure and would help the patient in gaining back their self confidence and prestige.
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