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Dr. Aparna Amin

MBBS, MD (Skin and V.D)
+91 90 0847 5000 +91 80 3328 2111


  • Botox and Fillers
  • Bangalore, Karnataka, India
  • Davanagere, Karnataka, India
  • Hassan, Karnataka, India
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Specialties: Dermatology


Hospital: Sparsh Yeswanthpur


Address: Sparsh Super Speciality Hospital, 4/1, Tumkur Road, Yeshwantpur, Bengaluru 560022
080 4910 8000




Dr. Aparna Amin is a consultant dermatologist at SPARSH Hospitals, Bangalore. She completed MBBS and thereafter MD [ Skin and V.D] from Kasturba medical college, Mangalore in 2000. Prior joining SPARSH Group of Hospitals, she was working as an assistant Professor in Dermatology in Yenepoya medical college, Mangalore until 2003.


Following this, she went abroad to UK and while working in NHS for 13 years she obtained CCT and MRCGP in 2009, diploma in family planning and reproductive health [ DFRSH] in 2008, Diploma in Dermatology in 2012. 


She has an active interest in Aesthetic medicine which includes doing chemical peels, microdermabrasion, electrocautery, derma rollers, Platelet rich plasma therapy, mesotherapy and she has got excellent training in Botox and fillers in London [ UK]. Dr. Aparna Amin has completed course in Dermatoscopy and has utilized skillset to provide the excellent solutions for her patients, while working in skin cancer clinic in UK and Australia.


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