She worked as senior resident at Guntur General Hospital and She got selected for many prestigious fellowships such as Indian Association of Dermatologist Venereologist and Leprologists (IADVL)observership etc.




Melasma Treatment with Multiple Advanced Procedures

Melasma is a common pigmentation disorder that causes brown or gray patches to appear on the skin, primarily on the face.The most common areas for melasma to appear on the face include the bridge of the nose, the forehead, the cheeks and the upper lip. Melasma may also appear on other areas of the body, especially those exposed to a lot of sunlight.

Although doctors do not fully understand why melasma occurs. It may be due to the malfunction of the melanocytes (the color-making cells) in the skin, causing them to produce too much color.As a result, people with darker skin tones are more likely to develop melasma, as they have more melanocytes than people with lighter skin.

Potential triggers for melasma include:

changes in hormones during pregnancy (chloasma), hormone treatment, or while taking birth control pills
sun exposure
certain skin care products, if they irritate a person’s skin
Also, there may be a genetic component to melasma, as people whose close relatives have experienced melasma are more likely to develop it themselves.

The primary symptom of melasma is the development of discolored patches of skin. While it does not cause any other physical symptoms, some people find the appearance of these patches bothersome. Dermatologists find most cases of melasma easy to diagnose during a visual examination. However, since melasma can resemble other skin conditions, a dermatologist may take a small biopsy during the initial visit. Chandana Skin Clinic is the only clinic in providing Melasma Laser Treatment in Guntur.



A person can apply hydroquinone lotion directly to melasma to lighten the skin. Doctors often use hydroquinone as the first line of treatment for melasma. Hydroquinone is available as a lotion, cream, or gel.

Although, Hydroquinone is available over the counter, a doctor can prescribe stronger creams which works by lightening the color of the skin patches.

If topical medications do not work, a dermatologist may recommend procedures such as: