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Dr. Vijaya Kumar

Dr. Vijaya Kumar

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Diploma in Dermatology, MBBS

Dermatologist

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33 Years Experience Overall  (33 years as specialist)

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Senior skin specialist and cosmetologist.Trained abroad in laser and cosmetic treatments including hair treatment and tattoo removal. Worked abroad for 5 years in Reputed skin hospitals. Given TV programmes on skin awareness and modern skin treatment.Here are some of the following procedures in which Dr. Vijaya Kumar is expert : • Laser hair removal for unwanted hairs. • Chemical peels. • Acne scar reduction with • Co2 fractional laser.• Rf micro needling. • Microdermabrasion.• Tattoo removal. • Facial rejuvenation. • Face lift. For sagging skin. • Slimming treatment. • PRP for hair growth. • PRP for acne scars.

Banashankari 1st Stage, Bangalore

Sanjana Skin Clinic and Laser Center

4.5

Lakshmi Complex, #204, Basement Floor, opp Nirmala Store Bus Stop, Hanumanth Nagar , 560050, Landmark: Opposite Nirmala Store Bus Stop, Bangalore

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Mon - Sat

10:00 - 01:30
05:30 - 09:00

350

Common questions & answers

Q: Who is a dermatologist doctor?

A: A dermatologist is a physician or a doctor who specializes in problems of skin, hair, nail, and mucous membranes. He/she is also trained to offer support for various cosmetic issues. They help patients rejuvenate the appearance of various body parts such as skin, hair, and nails. They treat more than 3,000 skin conditions. These include acne, psoriasis, and skin cancer.

Q: When should one consult a dermatologist?

A: You should consult a dermatologist immediately if you have developed any abnormal symptoms which are affecting your skin, hair, nails, or mucous membranes. If you have any cosmetic concerns, a dermatologist will be able to help you. Further, for major ailments such as skin cancer, examination is also done by dermatologists.

Q: Should one consult a dermatologist for laser treatment of skin problems?

A: Yes, you can consult a dermatologist for laser treatment of skin problems. A dermatologist is professionally trained to carry out skin grafts and laser treatments. For laser treatment, they use a special light beam to treat various skin complaints. Such skin complains can include tumours, warts, moles, tattoos, birthmarks, scars, wrinkles, and unwanted hair.

Q: What are the common services provided by a dermatologist?

A: Below is a list of some common conditions dermatologist treat. • Vitiligo • Acne • Dermatitis and eczema • Fungal infections • Hair disorders • Nail problems • Psoriasis • Skin cancer Dermatologists use various surgical procedures such as: • Biopsies • Chemical peels • Cosmetic injections • Cryotherapy • Hair removal and restoration • Laser surgery

Q: What is the difference between a cosmetologist & a dermatologist?

A: Dermatologists and cosmetologists both primarily focus on the outward appearance of individuals. Dermatologists are trained physicians and they treat illness and disease. On the other hand, cosmetologists offer services to improve aesthetics. Dermatologists are doctors and specialize in treating skin, hair, nails, and mucous membranes. But cosmetologists are not doctors. Cosmetologists specialize in various beauty services including haircutting and hairstyling.

Specializations

Awards and Recognitions

Recognized by IADVL - 2002

Education

Diploma in Dermatology - J.S.S Medical College, Mysore, 1990
MBBS - Karnataka University, India, 1985

Memberships

Bangalore Dermatological Society
Cosmetology Society of India (CDSI)
Indian Association of Dermatologists, Venereologists and Leprologists (IADVL)

Experience

1995 - 1998 Chief Dermatologist at Al-khobar (KSA)
1998 - 2001 Chief Dermatologist at Riyadh (KSA)
2001 - 2015 Owner and Doctor at Sanjana Skin Clinic

Registrations

24623 Karnataka Medical Council, 1986

Trainings and Certifications

Special Training on Using Lasers - Faculty of Boston University, 1998
Trained for using Fillers - CSI College of Dental Sciences Research, 2005
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