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Senior Consultant - Dermatology
MBBS, MD(Dermatology), IADVL fellowship in Dermato-surgery and Lasers
Years of Experience - 23
Area of Expertise - His area of special interest is in general dermatology, lasers and dermato-surgery.
 
Consultant Dermatologist
MBBS, DDVL, DNB
Years of Experience - 8
Area of Expertise - Chemical peels (Superficial, medium depth and deep peels), Non-ablative radio frequency, Micro-dermabrasion, Botox, Fillers, Mesotherapy treatment for hair loss / hair fall, Collagen Induction therapy with Dermaroller (micro needle therapy), Cauterization and Radio frequency, Photo therapy: PUVA and Narrow Band UV - B therapy, Contact Dermatitis and Patch testing, Vitiligo surgery (Mini punch grafting, Suction blister grafting etc.), Ear lobe repair, Ingrowing toe nail surgery, Ingrowing toe nail surgery.
 
 
The Dermatology Department at Sakra World Hospital houses a team of highly skilled and experienced dermatologists in Bangalore who specialize in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of various skin conditions. With a patient-centric approach, they provide personalized care and effective solutions for patients of all ages.

Our dermatologists are proficient in addressing a wide range of skin issues, including acne, eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, fungal infections, and skin allergies. They utilize advanced diagnostic techniques and stay updated with the latest advancements in dermatology to ensure accurate diagnoses and tailored treatment plans.

From medical treatments such as topical medications and oral therapies to advanced procedures like laser treatments and chemical peels, our dermatology team offers a comprehensive range of services. They focus not only on treating skin conditions but also on enhancing the overall health and appearance of the skin.

With their expertise, compassion, and commitment to patient well-being, our dermatologists provide exceptional dermatological care, helping patients to achieve healthy and beautiful skin.
What conditions does a dermatologist treat?
The conditions treated by dermatologists include acne, eczema, psoriasis, skin cancer, hair loss, rosacea, varicose and spider veins, chronic hives, dermatitis, graves’ disease, lichen planus, moles, sun allergy, vitiligo, wrinkles etc.
Who is the best dermatologist in Bangalore?
Sakra World Hospital provides comprehensive care for people who seek answers about conditions and diseases of their skin, hair and nails. Skara dermatologists are expert in diagnosing conditions that are rare or complex. Sakra skin specialists have expertise in genetics, immunology, melanoma, oral disease, pathology, paediatrics, pharmacology, public health and surgery.
Should I see a dermatologist on a regular basis?
You should visit a dermatologist annually for a full body checkup even if you do not have any known skin problems. If you have some skin conditions then ask the dermatologist about your visits.
What is Acne?
The skin has tiny holes called pores if these pores are blocked by oil, bacteria, dead skin cells, and dirt then they develop into pimple or acne.
What causes acne?
Acne is very common among teenagers because of puberty hormones. Other causes include oil on the face, hormonal imbalance in young girls, stress at the time of exams, pollution, dandruff, side-effects of facial, waxing, scrubbing, bleaching and sometimes home remedies also cause pimples if the ingredients don’t suit the skin. High-calorie food also plays an important role in causing acne.
Should I be worried if I have moles?
Everybody has moles. You should be really worried if:
  • You should have moles on the exposed areas like face, neck and hands.
  • If the moles are increased in size/growth (irregular border or irregular shape) over a period of time.
  • If any symptoms like itching, burning, bleeding and then you should immediately visit the best dermatologist hospital in Bangalore.
What are the types of moles?
There are three types of moles: 
  • Congenital moles - They are called birthmarks and vary in size, shape, and colour.
  • Acquired moles - They are also called common moles that appear on the skin after you are born. People with fair skin can normally have 10 and 40 of these moles.
  • Atypical moles - They are also called dysplastic nevi and can appear anywhere on the body. They are often found on the trunk, but they can also occur on the neck, head, or scalp.
What type of mole indicated a melanoma?
The ABCDE guide will help you to determine if a mole indicate melanoma or other skin cancer:
  • A is for asymmetrical shape - one half is different from the other half.
  • B is for Border - The border of the mole is irregular, notched or scalloped.
  • C is for colour - Look if the mole colour has changed or have many colours or uneven colour.
  • D is for diameter - See if the mole is larger than ¼ inch (6mm).
  • E is for evolving - See if the moles change in size, shape, colour or height, especially if a mole turns black.  
What are freckles and what causes it?
Freckles are small brown spots on the skin, usually appear in the areas that are exposed to the sun. Mostly, the freckles are harmless and occur due to the overproduction of melanin. They are caused by ultraviolet radiation stimulation.
How to treat freckles?
There is no treatment for freckles, but they can be prevented. Use a water-resistant sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30 on the skin and wait for 15 minutes before going out in the sun. Do this every day, even in winter.
There are certain over the counter creams which reduces freckles, also laser therapy is used to lighten or remove freckles.
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