MBBS, MD DVL, FIHR
Dr. Vandana Verma is a dermatologist and hair transplant surgeon with 4 years of experience. She is also a member of Indian Association of Dermatologists, Venereologists and Leprologists and Association of Cutaneous Surgeons of India. She is a life member of the Association of Hair Restoration Surgeons of India. She has been practicing as an independent hair transplant surgeon in South Delhi, India, and has done over 400 surgeries. She has expertise in follicular unit excision (FUE), direct hair transplant (DHT), beard hair transplant (BHT), body hair transplant, female hair transplant, non-shaven FUE, hairline correction surgeries, and eyebrow transplants. She also specializes in doing megasessions (grafts more than 3000) and giga sessions (grafts more than 4000) over a single procedure. Dr. Verma’s approach is extremely patient-oriented, and she combines medical therapy and procedural therapy like platelet-rich plasma therapy (PRP) and growth factor therapy or camouflage techniques like scalp micropigmentation (SMP) to achieve maximum coverage for advanced grades of baldness. She also specializes in cosmetology procedures like botox, fillers, microblading, laser hair reduction, Q switch tattoo removal, vampire facials, RF microneedling for acne scar reduction, HIFU, and other modalities of non-surgical fat reduction.
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