Dr. (Lt Cdr) Siddharth Garekar is a certified dermatologist currently practicing at Garekars MD Dermatology and Aesthetics clinic and Artemis hospital, Gurgaon.
Dr. Garekar completed his MBBS form the esteemed Armed Forces Medical College, Pune then went on to pursue his post-graduation in M.D. Dermatology from Command Hospital Airforce, Bangalore.
During his decade long association with the Indian Navy he has worked at several reputed naval hospitals including the tertiary care hospital Indian Naval Hospital, Asvini (Colaba, Mumbai). This exposure to the services has instilled in him a work ethic which is solely patient care driven. Moreover this tenure has kept him abreast with the latest developments and novel therapies in the field of Dermatology.
During this period he has gained expertise in the management of resistant diseases like Urticaria, Psoriasis and Atopic Dermatitis. The doctor had the opportunity to gain invaluable experience in the usage of ‘Biologicals’ like Omalizumab/ Etanercept/Infliximab, which are the budding treatment options for such diseases.
Dr Siddharth Garekar has been proactively involved in various research activities in the armed forces. In Command Hospital Air Force, Bangalore, he initiated the research in the field of Stem cells in the treatment of male pattern baldness.
Post retiring from Navy he has also been associated with Kaya skin clinics of Delhi/NCR. During his association with Kaya skin clinics he has gained invaluable experience in the field of cosmetic dermatology. He specializes in anti-aging treatments like botox, PRP and dermal fillers.
- 16-21424 – Medical Council of India, 2016
- 2004 – 2005
Medical Officer at Indian Naval Hospital, Asvini, Mumbai
- 2007 – 2012
Medical Officer at Indian Naval Hopsital, Kalyani, Visakhapatnam
- 2012 – 2015
Doctor at Command Hospital, Airforce, Bangalore
- 2015 – 2016
Consultant Dermatologist at Kaya skin clinics, Delhi
- Association of Cutaneous Surgeons of India National Quiz 2014: Runners up.
- Ops Tasha Medal: 2008
- “Embedded Fragment Masquerading As Keloid For Eleven Months.” Dermatol Online J. 2015 Jun 16;21(6).
- Rescue Therapy In Dermatology: Bangalore Dermatology Society Meet 2014
- “Comparative Efficacy Of Mesotherapy With Minoxidil Versus Amniotic Stem Cell Extract In Treatment Of Androgenetic Alopecia” with a total of 60 patients treated ( Armed Forces Medical Research)
- Association of Cutaneous Surgeons of India (ACSI)
- Medical Council of India (MCI)