Safe & Proven Procedures for Vitiligo
Treatments Performed by Medically Trained Team
Have you noticed the loss of pigmentation on various areas of your skin, such as on your hands, feet, or face? At Lower Manhattan Medical Associates, our Manhattan dermatologist will have to perform a thorough exam to determine exactly which areas are affected by vitiligo. If you choose to seek treatment, we will advise you on the best method of treatment. Although many people choose to use cosmetics or tanning cream, you may decide to look into something more lasting.
There are a number of treatment options for vitiligo, including:
- Medicinal treatment
- Cortiseroid topical
- Immunosuppressant topical
- Topical treatments
- UVB phototherapy
The skin on your body which does not have pigmentation may be at a higher risk for sun damage, so it is important to take extra measures to avoid exposure to the sun. If you are interested in an appointment for treatment or advice, get in touch with us today at Manhattan – (212) 732-2777 or East Hampton – (631) 604-2618!