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2 Dermatologist
21 - 22 years experience
Viman Nagar
₹700Consultation Fees
96%1037 Patient Stories

Dr. Amol Bhandkar

Dermatologist
21 years experience overall
  
500 Consultation fee at clinic

Dr. Hina Kherajani

Dermatologist
22 years experience overall
  
700 Consultation fee at clinic

Dr. Mohan Darbastwar

Dermatologist
17 years experience overall

Dr. Rajshree Patil

Dermatologist
26 years experience overall
  
500 Consultation fee at clinic

Dr. Hetal Jobanputra

Dermatologist
19 years experience overall
  
700 Consultation fee at clinic

Dr. Renuka Vinod Nalawade

Dermatologist
11 years experience overall
  
600 Consultation fee at clinic

Dr. Ravi Kothari

Dermatologist
21 years experience overall
  
600 Consultation fee at clinic
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Dr. Pallavi Ahire Shelke

Dermatologist
17 years experience overall

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1. What is meant by a dermatologist?


A dermatologist (त्वचा विशेषज्ञ in Hindi) is a doctor who has specialized in diagnosing and treating health conditions that affect your hair, skin, and nails. They are also experts in cosmetic treatments who can help in improving your appearance.


2. How to become a dermatologist in India?


In order to be a dermatologist in India, you have to complete a 5.5-year MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery) course that includes one year of internship, followed by a 3-year MD (Doctor of Medicine) course for specialization in Dermatology.


3. Can dermatologists treat dark circles?


Dark circles are nothing but the dark pigmentation around your eyes. If dark circles are bothering you, then you can consult a dermatologist. They can suggest a number of treatment options for managing dark circles which include creams, laser therapy, and dermal fillers (an injectable substance that can plump your skin).


4. Can a dermatologist diagnose skin cancer?


Yes! A dermatologist diagnoses and manages skin cancer. The doctor would record your medical history and examine your skin with a magnifying glass to note the changes. If your skin shows signs suggestive of cancer, your doctor will mostly recommend a biopsy to confirm the diagnosis. A biopsy is a procedure where sample tissues are collected and sent to a laboratory for testing.


5. When should I visit a dermatologist?


You can visit a dermatologist for any concerns related to your skin, hair, or nails. They can offer you a wide variety of treatments that would be appropriate for you. The treatment methods would depend upon the diagnosis, your medical history, and your preferences. An annual visit to the dermatologist will additionally help you keep your skin and hair problems at bay.


6. Is a dermatologist considered a specialist?


A dermatologist is a doctor who has specialized in treating problems concerning your skin, hair, and nails. They can treat individuals of all ages from children to senior citizens. They can also manage a variety of cosmetic concerns such as scars, moles, stretch marks, etc., and play an important role in improving your appearance.


7. Can dermatologists suggest acne scar removal creams?


Acne is a common skin condition that we all experience. A dermatologist can help in treating acne and the scars that result from them. He/she will examine your skin and can prescribe acne scar removal creams according to your skin type. They can also suggest additional treatment methods to treat scars such as microdermabrasion (a technique that helps in skin renewal) or laser (a method that uses a focussed beam of high-intensity light).


8. Do dermatologists treat mouth sores?


Mouth sores usually go away on their own, but if it bothers you, then it’s advisable to consult a dermatologist. Depending on the type of mouth sores, the doctor will prescribe a medicated gel or other medications that would help in minimizing the pain and burning sensation.

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