Dr. Sarita Sanke is a renowned dermatologist, cosmetologist, and trichologist with 10 years of experience. She specializes in clinical skin conditions and hair problems and is an expert in Botox, thread lifts, and fillers. She is currently a consultant dermatologist at BLK-Max Super Speciality Hospital and an assistant professor at Lady Hardinge Medical College.
Dr. Sanke obtained a bachelor of medicine and bachelor of surgery (MBBS) degree from Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute and a medical degree in dermatology and venereology from the prestigious Lady Hardinge Medical College, New. Delhi. She has also completed her MRCPUK (SCE) and fellowship in aesthetics and cosmetology.
Dr. Sanke has conducted several oral and poster presentations and has authored and co-authored several books, including Step by Step Hair Transplantation and the international book Harper’s Textbook on Pediatric Dermatology. She has also written numerous articles that have been published in more than 40 national and international publications.
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