Symmetrical vitiligo on the face carries a good prognosis.
Generalised or wide-spread vitiligo carries a poorer prognosis, even with our re-colouring programs.
Acral vitiligo involves the hands and feet, and also carries a poorer chance of re-pigmentation compared to facial vitiligo.
Segmental vitiligo is very rare and occurs in children. Repigmentation is extremely uncommon in this form of vitiligo, as there are no melanocytes in the white patches.
Our vitiligo experts will identify your type of vitiligo and deliver a tailored treatment plan.