Helped 6000 patients
Dr Priyanka Borde Bisht has done her post graduation in Dermatology, Venereology & Leprosy from prestigious Base Hospital, Army college of medical sciences, New Delhi and MBBS from Dr V M Govt Medical College, Solapur, Maharashtra. Trained in India and abroad, Dr Priyanka practices in Gurgaon (NCR), India. She has an avid interest in all aspects of dermatology with particular expertise in Laser & aesthetic Dermatology. Dr Priyanka has been a high achiever since school days being a part of state merit lists for 12th and 10th board examinations and has passed her graduation and post graduation with first class. She has published 14 articles in national and international journals and written chapters for 3 dermatology reference books. Dr. Priyanka regularly participates in national/international conferences and workshops to keep her skills and knowledge updated. She is a member of Indian association dermatologists, venereologists and leprologists( IADVL), Association of cutaneous surgeons of India ( ACSI), Cosmetic Dermatology Society of India( CDSI), Association of facial aestheticians and aesthetic surgeons of India( AFAASI). Dr Priyanka has performed hundreds of anti-ageing procedures such as Botox, fillers, HIFU, microneedling as well as laser treatments for acne scars, accidental scars, laser hair removal, pigmentation, birth marks. She has expertise in PRP therapy for hair and face, vitiligo surgery, scar revision and many other dermatological microsurgeries. Dr Priyanka is also one of the foremost Teledermatology experts and has provided hundreds of online consults to patients from all over the world.
Academics & Trainings
Dr Vm Government Medical College, Solapur
DNB DERMATOLOGY, VENEREOLOGY & LEPROSY
Base Hospital, Delhi Cantt, New Delhi -110010
Awards & Publications
Articles Published : 1) Garg S, Bisht PB. Acneiform eruptions and inflammatory striae as probable reactions to adalimumab. Clinical Dermatology Review. 2018 Jul 1;2(2):91. 2) Vaishampayan S, Borde P. An unusual case of isolated sixth cranial nerve palsy in leprosy. Dermatology online journal. 2012 Aug;18(8):16-16. 3) Vaishampayan SS, Borde P. An unusual presentation of sporotrichosis. Indian journal of dermatology. 2013 Sep;58(5):409. 4) Garg S, Bisht PB, Baveja S, Sahu S. Congenital erythropoietic porphyria: An unusual presentation. Clinical Dermatology Review. 2017 Jul 1;1(2):69. 5) Singh S, Bhatnagar S, Sarin A, Borde P, Bisht N. A case of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma (CD− 8+) with multiple lesions treated with definitive radiotherapy. Iraqi Journal of Hematology. 2018 Jul 1;7(2):93. 6) Garg S, Bisht PB, Rao S. Late-onset capillary hemangioma: A rare occurrence. Indian Journal of Paediatric Dermatology. 2019 Jan 1;20(1):89. 7) Garg S, Bisht P. Anetoderma-like presentation of cutaneous mastocytosis. Indian Journal of Paediatric Dermatology. 2018 Apr 1;19(2):180-180. 8) Garg S, Bisht PB, Rao S. Psoriasis Post laser Hair Removal: A Rare Occurrence. Dermatologic Surgery. 2018 Apr 1;44(4):602-3. 9) Sankalp S, Niharika B, Abhishek P, Divya S, Priyanka B. Acantholytic squamous cell carcinoma of the scalp in an elderly patient treated with radical radiotherapy. Journal of Cancer Research and Practice. 2018 Dec 1;5(4):165-8. 10) Baveja S, Bisht PB, Sood A. Tenosynovitis: An unusual presentation of leprosy. International journal of mycobacteriology. 2017 Apr 1;6(2):196. Chapters Published: 1) ‘Adverse effects of moisturisers’ in ‘Monograph on Moisturisers’, 2015 2) ‘Acne vulgaris’ in Clinical correlation with diagnostic implications in Dermatology, 2016 3) ‘Scabies’ in Clinical Dermatology” 2020 4) ‘Pediculosis’ in Clinical Dermatology 2020