Dr. Akanksha Sanghvi is a consultant cosmetic dermatologist who has been in practice for 6 years now. She pursued her postgraduate degree in dermatology at Cardiff University in Wales, United Kingdom, after completing her MBBS in Mumbai, India. She received formal training in cosmetic dermatology and is certified in cosmetic medicine by the American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine, USA.
Dr. Sanghvi is an expert in antiaging medicine, Botox, fillers, thread lifts, cosmetic lasers, and hair restoration. She has a variety of clientele, including celebrities and cricketers. Aside from being a cosmetic dermatologist, Dr. Sanghvi’s professional roles also include being a medical trainer for antiaging treatments and the use of lasers for hair removal, acne scars, and pigmentation. She is also a medical reviewer for the International Journal of Dermatology and the Journal of Cosmetics, Dermatological Sciences and Applications.
Dr. Sanghvi has published both national and international research papers in reputed indexed dermatology journals. She has contributed various articles on skin and hair care to publications such as Bombay Times, Hindustan Times, DNA, the Afternoon Dispatch and Courier, and several health and beauty magazines.
In 2016, Dr. Sanghvi was awarded as the Best Young Cosmetic Dermatologist of India at the 6th MT India Healthcare Awards. She is a member of the Cosmetic Dermatology Society of India, the European Society for Cosmetic and Aesthetic Dermatology, and the Association of Facial Aestheticians and Aesthetic Surgeons of India.
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