Prof. Dr. Rathindra Nath Dutta (MD, DTM & H, MBBS)

Dermatosurgery in Kolkata, West Bengal, India

Senior Consultant in Manipal Hospital (Formerly Columbia Asia Hospital), Salt Lake

Past Professor & HOD: IPGMER & SSKM Hospital, Kolkata

Past National President of Indian Association of Leprosy (IAL)

Chairperson Aesthetica Asia Conferences

Call for Appointment

Nanditha Dutta - +91 97481 70820

Prasenjit Das, Assistant - +91 90645 30775 / +91 91533 19842


1 Laser Surgery -

Laser technology have revolutionised their use in the treatment of many skin conditions and congenital defects, including vascular and pigmented lesions, and the removal of tattoos, scars and wrinkles. There is a spectrum of laser and light technologies available for skin resurfacing and rejuvenation.

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2 IPL Therapy -

IPL stands for Intense Pulsed Light, a treatment where broadband light ius used to improve several facial conditions, including rosacea, sun spots, hair removal, and even overall skin texture as well as more that we’ll cover below.

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3 PRP Therapy -

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) has been used in the treatment of several dermatological conditions such as acne, alopecia, and skin ulcers. Its use has also extended to other skin conditions such as melasma, hyperpigmentation, and burns, where it stimulates tissue repair and regeneration.

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4 Mole Removal -

Moles are small, colored stains on the skin. They’re benign skin growths that are commonly brown in color. Many people have them and they are usually nothing to be concerned about unless they alter size, shape, or color.

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5 Electrosurgery / Radiofrequency -

Electrosurgery is a technique often used in dermatologic surgery to provide superficial or deep coagulation or cutting of the skin. Therefore, this energy builds up and is converted into heat. The endpoints of electrosurgery vary based on the waveform and result in either desiccation, coagulation, or sectioning of the skin.

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6 Therapeutic Tattoo -

Therapeutic tattooing is mainly used for vitiligo in dermatology practice. Other reactions include superficial and deep local infections, systemic infections, allergic reaction, and skin diseases localized on tattooed area, such as eczema, psoriasis, lichen planus, and morphea.

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7 Vitiligo Surgery -

Vitiligo can also affect other parts of your body. A section of hair can turn white. Some people lose color inside their mouths. Even an eye can lose some of its color. Vitiligo surgery is an effective method of treatment for selected, resistant vitiligo patches in patients with vitiligo.

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