PDF - Paediatric Dermatology

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As a pediatric dermatologist, you'll work with skin diseases and skin conditions such as acne, vitiligo, psoriasis, eczema and other skin disorders. .

Paediatrics dermatologists specialize in treating children who have skin diseases or other skin conditions, including acne, vitiligo, eczema, psoriasis and more. They work as part of a healthcare team, cooperating with general paediatricians, dermatologists and other physicians in caring for their patients. They may also teach and conduct research. As a pediatric dermatologist, you'll work with skin diseases and skin conditions such as acne, vitiligo, psoriasis, eczema and other skin disorders. You may choose to work in small private practices or large dermatology centres that allow you the independence to be active in research, clinical trials and academic activities. If a child has a skin condition, skin flare-ups, or a medical condition with a skin component, comprehensive dermatology services and treatments may be needed. Pediatric dermatologists have completed three years of specialised training to treat these needs in children from infancy through puberty. Their work may include prescribing medication and over-the-counter products, recommending non-invasive treatment like laser therapy or phototherapy, or offering procedures such as Botox to treat skin conditions. Our certified Paediatric Dermatologists have an average of 10 years of experience practising dermatology and are recognised as leaders in their fields. They treat conditions such as birthmarks, acne, eczema, psoriasis, vitiligo, freckles and moles. 

PDF in Pediatric Dermatology is a three years course. Students who wish to become pediatric dermatologists must first earn a bachelor's degree. Many people who want to specialise in pediatric dermatology get degrees in biology, chemistry or psychology. They may also opt for a double major that includes courses in both science and humanities.  Once they earn their bachelor's degrees, aspiring pediatric dermatologists will need to continue their education by enrolling in medical school. There, they can expect to take courses on human anatomy and physiology, diagnostic imaging and clinical skills. Most of these students will also complete a pediatric rotation to become familiar with treating children's skin conditions. Once they've completed medical school, aspiring pediatric dermatologists will be able to apply for residency programs that last three or more years.

Students can also opt for a certificate course. The duration of the certificate course can range from a month to a year and can cost up to INR 50,000 while a fresher can earn up to toLakhs by doing a certificate course. Top-rated medical colleges in India provide this course. Duration for this course is 3-4 years, excluding internship. This course is a very specialised field. It has tremendous demand all over the world. By the completion of this degree, one can join as a consultant and also work in hospitals, labs, and research centres. The fee structure of this course is very reasonable in India. A thriving pediatric dermatologist will have a thorough understanding of skin structure, skin embryology, skin physiology, and the general aspects of the skin. Many also participate in research activities to uncover new information for treating their patients and even teach related subjects in their medical school or university.