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Dr. Arika Bansal

Dr. Arika Bansal

MBBS, GOLD MEDALIST
MD (AIIMS, New Delhi)
Diplomate of ABHRS (USA)
Hair Transplant Surgeon

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Qualification

Dr. Arika Bansal is a Gold Medalist from the Prestigious Lady Hardinge Medical College (New Delhi). She did her MD from AIIMS, New Delhi. She was a brilliant student during her student life. She published 12 National & International Papers in a short span of 3 years of MD training at AIIMS. She has undergone extensive training in hair transplantation, lasers and other aesthetic procedures.

Dr. Arika Bansal is one of the leading hair transplant surgeons in the country with more than 2500 successful cases. She is one of the only few dermatologists in India to be awarded as Diplomate of ABHRS. She has been invited as faculty to ISHRS Annual Conference in Chicago in 2015. Dr Bansalhas done extensive research in the field of hair transplantation and is an early adopter of technology. She is an active member of several organisations including ISHRS(USA) and specialises in female hair transplantation, hairline design, density improvement and corrective hair transplantation.

WORK EXPERIENCE
  • Senior Hair Transplant Surgeon : Eugenix Hair Transplant Sciences, Gurgaon, New Delhi, Bhubaneswar, Rishikesh and Dehradun, 7 years
  • Senior Resident, HIIT University, Jolly Grant, Dehradun, 3 years
  • Post Graduate Resident, AIIMS( New Delhi), 3 years
FELLOWSHIPS AND MEMBERSHIPS
  • Indian Medical Association (IMA)
  • Case presentations at Clinical combined rounds (3 times) at AIIMS
  • Association of cutaneous surgeons of India (ACSI)
  • Association of hair restoration surgeons (AHRS)
  • International society of hair restoration surgeons (ISHRS)
  • Diplomate of American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery(ABHRS)
Publications
  • Sethi P, Bansal A. Direct hair transplantation:A modified follicular unit extraction technique. J Cutan Aesthet Surg 2013;6:100-5.
  • Bansal A, Kumari R, Ramam M. Fixed drug eruption due to cross reaction between two azoles used for different indications. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol 2008; 74(1): 81.
  • Khandpur S, Bansal A, Sharma VK, Bhatti SS, Singh MK. Twenty nail dystrophy in vitiligo. J Dermatol 2007; 34: 189-92.
  • Khandpur S, Bansal A, Ramam M, Sharma VK, Das AK, Singh MK, Prasad HK. An unusual presentation of cutaneous tuberculosis: Verrucous tuberculid mimicking Kyrle’s disease. Int J Dermatol 2007; 46: 1298-301.
  • Sharma VK, Sethuraman G, Bansal A. Evaluation of photopatch test series in India. Contact Dermatitis 2007; 56: 168-9.
  • Sethuraman G, Sugandhan S, Bansal A, Das AK, Sharma VK. Familial pigmented purpuric dermatoses. J Dermatol 2006 Sep; 33(9): 639-41.
  • Bansal A, Sethuraman G. Lymphangioma circumscriptum of the tongue. Indian Pediatr 2006 Jul; 43(7): 650-1.
  • Verma KK, Bansal A, Sethuraman G. Parthenium dermatitis treated with azathioprine weekly pulse doses. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol 2006 Jan-Feb; 72(1): 24-7.
  • Khaitan BK, Bansal A, Bhat R, Das AK. A neurofibroma with an unusual morphology. Acta Derm Venereologica 2006; 86: 266-7.
  • Malhotra A, Bansal A, Verma KK, Khaitan BK. Large superficial basal cell carcinoma on face treated with imiquimod 5% cream. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol 2006; 72: 373-5.
  • Verma KK, Tejasvi T, Verma K, Sethuraman G, Bansal A. Severe mucocutaneous Behcet’s disease treated with dexamethasone pulse. J Assoc Physicians India 2005; 53: 998-9.
  • Sethuraman G, Fassihi H, Ashton GH, Bansal A, Kabra M, Sharma VK, McGrath JA. An Indian child with Kindler syndrome resulting from a new homozygous nonsense mutation (C468X) in the KIND1 gene. Clin Exp Dermatol 2005; 30: 286-8.
Areas of Interest
  • Hair Transplantation
  • Dermatopathology
  • Dermatosurgery
  • Pediatric dermatology
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