Skin Plus

New Delhi, Delhi

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Dr. D.M. Mahajan is a senior consultant dermatologist and cutaneous surgeon at Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, Delhi and founder chairman of Skin Plus. He completed his Doctorate of Medicine in dermatology from Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi in the year 1992. Also, he served as President to Indian Leprologist and Venerologist Association of Dermatologists in 1997.He pioneered in introducing aesthetic dermatology in the country. His special areas of interest are the non-invasive anti-aging procedures e.g.- BOTOX, Dermal Fillers and Fractional laser. He was the first one to use Botulinum Toxin type-A in Delhi and North India in year 1998. Currently, he is doing commendable work in the field of Hair restoration and Cryo-lipolysis. He is a research consultant with various cosmeceutical groups and advises them on new upcoming products.His is a very well heard name in the media owing to his regular involvement in authoring articles on Dermatology and television programmes. His expertise has won him a number of awards from various national and international organizations. And he is also a Member of International Academy of Cosmetic Dermatology, USA.Moreover, his clinic Skin Plus has become a leading destination for cosmetic skin care requirements in the country and has gained an international client base of over 10,000Dr.Mahajan holds a firm belief that the secret of good skin is a combination of holistic medicines, healthy life-style and low impact cosmetic procedures.+ Read More

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