After years of learning and traveling to distant shores, Dr. Patel had a realization. He came to understand how the skin problems develop over time and how the patient feels at the respective stages.
This compartmentalization of problem progression and tagging in what stage the problem is, holds the key to develop a tailor-made patient centric treatment plan. This Doctrine remains the cornerstone of patient approach and care at Opulence Dermatology & Aesthetics.
People are a creatures of habit as perceived by Dr. Patel.
Therefore it is important to foster new habits as well as break down the myths for the wrong ones as well. This style of integrating lifestyle coaching along with skin advice was something the Italians follow a lot.
The principles of Naturopathy and the health belief systems Dr. Patel was raised up in, started to make a lot of meaning when they he could relate with those in a scientific way. Therefore,“ integrating it would form the first part of the three pronged attack against any skin or hair condition.The other two being lifestyle and the advancements in allopathy ”explains Dr. Patel.
Further on Dr.Patel explains that the saying “The eyes don’t see what the mind doesn’t know” has much broader ramifications in our daily lives.
Dr.Patel has devised his own way of postulating this – “Ignorant in the mind is complaisant in action”. Therefore to lay the foundations for patient education is the first and foremost measure to adopt in forging a long term association.
With the traction the social media has now-a-days, coupled by the more relatable fashion styles in the market now, more and
more number of people are jumping on the cosmetic make-over bandwagon. Sometimes steered by self-experimentation, unethical practitioners and the trend to separate out from the rest, results in detrimental consequences.
Dr.Patel explains the beauty should be nonchalant and encourages people to google about the services and treatments they want to undergo but advice’s to exercise caution in judging the authenticity of the content. Many content makers spot cosmetic content but purposes of authenticity either they should be a featured on a doctor’s website or social media handle. That validates the authenticity of the content.
Dr.Patel goes on to explain that, even after reading the right content and making a calculated decision, how well the treatment shall go along with one’s body-type is something which requires a sharp observation backed by in-depth training as far as medical practitioners are concerned.
“Sometimes being nice to people is not so nice” explains Dr.Patel to further make his point. The hardest part of his profession is to erase and then re-write the notions and beliefs held so dearly for so long by so many of the people.