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Dr. Anantha Prasad Holla P
M.D. (Dermatology)

The journey of Dr Holla’s academics started from Mysore Medical College and continued to accomplish his higher education from the most reputed dermatology department of ,

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Started on December 2006 with a 28 year old history of vitiligo over his nose, cheek, forehead, both hand fingertips, both palms, palm back.

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Our Treatment Philosophy

In our treatment of modified non cultured epidermal suspensiontransplantation (using phosphate buffered saline), a complete repigmentation and color match is guaranteed.
  • Special procedure uses no special media. Instead of that Phosphate buffered saline is used, which enhances the success rate without any safety issue.
  • Treatment can be offered to any stable (stability 6 months -1 year (for acrofacial Vitiligo >1yr) patch of Vitiligo over any site.
  • Highly enhanced outcome compared to pure melanocyte transplantation.
  • Single sitting ensures the treatment of up to 1000 cm2 area (provided patch/patches comes in a single region)
  • Near normal colour and texture matching of surrounding skin of the recipient area treated.
  • Repigmentation of white hairs over the treated patch of skin is ensured by retrospective migration of melanocytes.
  • Highly acceptable results complete and nearnormal pigmentation of segmental Vitiligo, focal Vitiligo.
  • Starting of repigmentation around 2-3 weeks after transplantation and completes around 3-6 months (1 year for fingers and toes)
  • Safer and most successful surgical treatment alternative offered for Segmental Vitiligo (first treatment of choice), Focal Vitiligo, and Generalized Vitiligo refractory to medicines.
  • Replenishment of lost cells.
Patient Success Reviews
Started on December 2006 with a 28 year old history of vitiligo over his nose, cheek, forehead, both hand fingertips, both palms, palm back.
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