Intramatricial Nail injection

Intramatricial Nail injection

Intramatricial injections are delivered in the nail matrix for nail disorders like nail psoriasis and nail lichen planus (and other inflammatory disorders). The various injections used include corticosteroids, methotrexate, PRP etc.

What are the indications of intramatricial injections?

Many inflammatory nail disorders like psoriasis, lichen planus don’t respond well to topical or oral therapies. Such cases are chosen for intramatricial injections.

What is the advantage of intramatricial injections?

In intramatricial injections, the drug is directly delivered to the matrix. This bypasses the systemic side-effects of the drugs.

What is the frequency of intramatricial injections?

These injections are usually delivered at an interval of 3-4 weeks, however, this duration may vary on case-to-case basis. Usually 3-4 sessions are required to reach the desired results.

Are Intramatricial injections painful?

These are given after applying topical numbing creams along with the use of a vibrating device. Cold Anesthesia may also be used. Most patients feel varying degree of pain during the injections.

What are the key benefits of getting intramatricial injections at DERMOSPHERE?

Consultation and treatment are personally undertaken by our renowned dermatologists who are experts in nail procedures

We do not compromise on our standards and provide the highest grade of patient care

Maximum patient comfort during the treatment

Our Dermatologists are well known for their methods of achieving incredibly natural results

We provide excellent post treatment care