Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Dr Najjia Ashraf

Dr Najjia Ashraf has specialized in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and tumors of the skin and its appendages, having medical and surgical sides to the specialty and special emphasis on histopathology .She has been trained in managing immunobullous disorders and congenital syndromes.
Beside this she also treats cases of the following:
1. Laser for hair removal (for example, IPL, and  NdYAG)
2. Removal of moles, warts, tags and corns
3. Skin tightening with Titan
4. Chemical Peels
5. Botox
6. Fillers
7. Dark eye circles
8. Hair and nail diseases
9. Pigmentation (Q switch and Yag laser)
10. Microdermabrasions for (* Acne scar and pigmentation * Facial rejuvenation  * Open pores * Good texture and freshness on face  * Improvement of complexion)

Dr. Najjia is more involved in the care of individual patients observing natural history of their diseases; by following these patients in the ambulatory setting she also developed an appreciation of the impact of skin disease in the individual patients and recognizes the psychosocial factors which affect their illness.
Dr. Najjia holds command and learned in depth by critical reading of the literature about specific diseases and symptoms of patients and developed learning habits which will serve as a model for life-long learning as a physician. She Appreciated the interrelationships of diseases of the skin to other medical, surgical and psychosocial problems affecting the patient as a whole, She has contributed in “GUYS AND KINGS COLLEGE GAZETTE LONDON” and as a part of Board of Expert reviewer for the “LONDON JOURNAL OF MEDICINE”, Contributed articles in fashion magazines, various news papers nationally and internationally.

Dr Najjia always tries to learn something new every day and she is always open to new experiences. According to her profession she always tries to keep herself up to date with latest medical development in her field by reading journals and articles and this instinctive drive has fueled her development.