Dr. KIVI dermatologist (Dermatologist)

MBBS, MD (skin)
15 Years Experience

About Dr. KIVI dermatologist

shinning skin..shinning lives..

kivi dermatologist is a medical doctor (MD, or physician) who specializes in the skin, the diseases of the skin, and the relationship of skin lesions to overall disease. You should see a dermatologist if you (1) find a lesion that you suspect could be skin cancer, or (2) have risk factors that increase the likelihood that you will develop skin cancer.

After earning a medical degree and completing an internship, a dermatologist receives three more years of specialty training, becoming an expert dedicated to skin, hair and nails. Many dermatologists have general practices and see patients with all types of skin concerns. Some dermatologists gain additional training and expertise in specific areas of dermatology, such as pediatrics, surgery, or cosmetics, and may go on to have practices specializing in these areas

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Educational Qualifications

MD (skin)
Gujarat University, Ahmedabad
Gujarat University, Ahmedabad


KiVi Technologies Pvt Ltd, 120 Feet Ring Road, Usmanpura, Ahmedabad, Gujarat Clinic Number: +91 9876587654
June 2006 - Current

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  • Dermatologist/Cosmetologist


Therapies provided by dermatologists include, but are not restricted to the following:

Cosmetic filler injections
Hair removal with laser or other modalities
Hair transplantation – a cosmetic procedure practiced by many dermatologists.
Intralesional treatment – with steroid or chemotherapy.
Laser therapy – for both the management of birth marks, skin disorders (like vitiligo), tattoo removal, and cosmetic resurfacing and rejuvenation.
Photodynamic therapy – for the treatment of skin cancer and precancerous growths.
Phototherapy – including the use of narrowband UVB, broadband UVB, psoralen and UVB.
Tattoo removal with laser.
Tumescent liposuction – liposuction was invented by a gynecologist. A dermatologist (Dr. Jeffrey A. Klein) adapted the procedure to local infusion of dilute anesthetic called tumescent liposuction. This method is now widely practiced by dermatologists, plastic surgeons and gynecologists.[30]
Cryosurgery – for the treatment of warts, skin cancers, and other dermatosis.
Radiation therapy – although rarely practiced by dermatologists, many dermatologist continue to provide radiation therapy in their office.
Vitiligo surgery – Including procedures like autologous melanocyte transplant, suction blister grafting and punch grafting.
Allergy testing – 'Patch testing' for contact dermatitis.
Systemic therapies – including antibiotics, immunomodulators, and novel injectable products.
Topical therapies – dermatologists have the best understanding of the numerous products and compounds used topically in medicine.
Most dermatologic pharmacology can be categorized based on the Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical Classification System, specifically the ATC code D.

Core Interest Areas

Cosmetic dermatology