Radiofrequency: The procedure has been used for facial lift and non-facial (chin & neck) skin tightening. The mechanism is immediate collagen contraction and later new collagen deposition leading to tightening and remodelling over time. Three sittings at an interval of 4 weeks are recommended. The treatment works best for younger skin. The latest development in combination of radiofrequency techniques is called Thermage. It helps address the signs of ageing and leaves the skin of the face, chin and hand rejuvenated.

IRC: Laser (The infrared coagulator /photocoagulation) is for outpatient treatment of internal first and second degree piles. A special bulb provides high intensity infrared light that coagulates vessels and tethers the lining to subcutaneous tissues. It is the most effective non-surgical treatment modality.

Infrared coagulator is an instrument that delivers a narrow beam of non-coherent infrared light to the skin’s surface. Excellent cosmetic results in tattoo removal, without smoke, laser plume or odour. Effective with all colour pigments, as well as most vascular lesions, warts and mucous cysts. Protective glasses are not required. However, mostly it is used for the treatment of Piles.

Filler: A product that is used to smooth away wrinkles around the mouth and nose instantly. It contains body’s own natural constituent hylauronic acid. With a single treatment you can get smooth and natural-looking results. These last you up to a year as the brands used by us include, juverderm, volume, restylane perlane. Dermal fillers can be used to: plump thin lips, reduce facial creases and wrinkles, enhance the cheeks and diminish the appearance of recessed scars.

Laser Resurfacing: The thermal effect of CO2 laser (carbon dioxide laser) acts on deeper dermis. It stimulates collagen production and tightens the facial skin. The skin needs a down time of 5-14 days post procedure to heal itself. Such treatment works best for those ageing between 40 to 50 years.

Other Laser Fraxel works on collagen stimulation principle removing ages from your appearance.

Sclerotherapy For Piles: It is a procedure that is done for patients with grade I or grade II piles or who have larger piles but want to avoid a surgical treatment. Outpatient procedures like sclerotherapy are considered in such cases. The treatment gives good results and has no side effects. It is a painless procedure and not more than 30 minutes are required to complete it. Injection Sclerotherapy is usually indicated in first and second degree lesions, it gives good results. It can be also done in patient with advance diseases.


If you’re not happy with shaving, tweezing, or waxing to remove unwanted hair, laser hair removal may be an option worth considering. Laser hair removal is more than just ”zapping” unwanted hair. It is a medical procedure that requires training to perform.

Few people face the problem of excess hair which can be a result of hormonal imbalance, medication use or genetic predisposition. Mehak being a committed medical establishment investigates the cause and then decides the course of therapy.

Laser hair removal is one of the most commonly done cosmetic procedures today. Specific lasers which target hair follicles have been developed to treat unwanted hair effectively. The lasers that best suit the Indian Skin are Nd YAG and IPL, we use them in combination, which is best for your skin and hair type.

It beams highly concentrated light into hair follicles which is absorbed by the pigment of the follicles. That destroys the unwanted hair from the face, leg, arm, underarm, bikini line, and other areas.

If you are planning of undergoing laser hair removal, you should limit plucking, waxing, threading and electrolysis at least 5 days before the treatment, but in between the sittings you can continue your epilation schedule. That’s because the laser targets the hairs’ roots, which are temporarily removed by waxing or plucking. Certain skin areas may be particularly sensitive (such as the upper lip and bikini area) and the use of topical anaesthetic cream may be required, but there is no need for general anaesthesia.

You should also avoid sun exposure for six weeks before and after treatment. Sun exposure makes laser hair removal less effective and makes complications after treatment more likely. Immediately after treatment, there is usually no skin reaction. However, sometimes a patient may experience mild redness and swelling, which resolves within a couple of hours.

Most patients need 6 sessions given at an interval of 4-6 weeks and maintenance sessions would be required after 6 months. However in case of hormonal imbalance the sittings required will be more for desired results.

Q Switch Laser for tattoo and birthmark removal: Getting a tattoo done has become a fashion statement but while you easily give it a try one should remember it is not a cinch to remove one. Lasers can effectively remove some but not all tattoos. Q Switch Laser is one such treatment that can help in removing permanent tattoos though it would require more than 3 sittings depending upon the size of the tattoo, location, age, colour and depth of the pigment of the tattoo. These factors will decide how much time will take. Laser is the standard treatment used nowadays to remove the tattoo as it comes with low risk and minimal side effects. The procedure is done under the supervision of the doctor. One can get the tattoo removal done in single session as well as multiple visits. Patient may not require local anaesthesia during the procedure.