Dr. Rajat Kandhari completed his MBBS from Pune University and his MD in Dermatology from Sri Ramachandra University and Medical College, where he topped the university. After Dr. Rajat completed his MD, he worked at the busy Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi and gained vast clinical experience over a span of 3 years, post which he ventured in to the field of Aesthetic Dermatology. Dr. Rajat has received initial training with international leaders such as Dr. Woffles Wu and Dr. Niwat Polkinorn, and now is passionate about disseminating the knowledge he has attained over the years. He is a regular orator at national and international conferences and is a national trainer for Allergan Aesthetics.
Dr Rajat is passionate about facial aesthetics and firmly believes that working on the face is just like creating a beautiful painting, where even the tiniest of details makes all the difference. His passion and vision has led to the formation of an initiative called “Veya Aesthetics” wherein Dr Rajat and his team follow a methodical, graded and step by step technique for improving features of the face, thereby maintaining a natural and soft look, which is noticeable but not obvious. At Veya Aesthetics we take care of the whole face to give you that gorgeous look and a beautiful smile – the non-surgical aspects are taken care of by Dr Rajat Kandhari, the smile aspect by Dr Gargi B Kandhari (MDS Endodontics and Conservative Dentistry), along with Dr Priyanka Basu (MDS Orthodontics) and the surgical aspects by Dr Rohit Punga (MDS, Oral Maxillofacial) and Dr Talwar (Mch Plastics Surg.) Dr Rajat is currently a national level trainer for Allergan Aesthetics (Allergan Medical Institute)
At a young age Dr Rajat has achieved impressive academic credentials. He has authored and co-authored articles in national and international textbooks and national journals. He is a keen orator and is regularly invited at national and international conferences as a guest speaker. During his travels he has had the opportunity to interact with experts from all over the world honing his skills and expertise and bringing them to be practiced in India.
Dr Rajat currently holds the vice president (2016-17) post for the Indian Association of Dermatology (Delhi Chapter) and has previously served the branch in capacity of the Honorary Secretary (2015-16). He is currently a part of the coveted Special Interest Group for Lasers and Aesthetics (SIGLA) and also SIG Psoriasis in affiliation with the National Dermatology body.
Kandhari R, Khunger N, Singh A. Flagellate pigmentation and exacerbation of melasma following chikungunya fever – a less frequently reported finding. Indian J Dermatol venerol Leprol 2012;78:774
Kandhari R, Kandhari S. Non ablative fractional photothermolysis for atrophic acne scars. J Cutan Aesthet Surg 2012;5:287-9
Kandhari R, Ramesh V, Singh A. Asymptomatic conchal papules. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol 2013;79:445-7
Kandhari R, Ramesh V, Singh A. A generalised, non pruritic variant of lichen amyloidosis – a case report and a brief review. Indian J Dermatol 2013;58:328
Kandhari R, Kandhari S, Jain S. Borrelial lymphocytoma cutis – a diagnostic dilemma. Indian J Dermatol – accepted (ahead of print)
Kandhari R, Khunger N. Skin lightening agents – use or abuse? A retrospective analysis of the topical preparations used by melasma patients of darker skin types. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol 2013;79:701
Gupta J, Kandhari R, Ramesh V, Singh A. Glomeruloid haemangioma in normal individuals. Indian J Dermatol 2013;58:160
Khunger N, Kandhari R. Ingrown toenails. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol 2012;78:279-89.
Khunger N, Kandhari R. Dermoscopy as a screening tool for exogenous ochronosis. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol 2013,79:819-21
Khunger N, Kandhari R. Split thickness skin graft, Chapter 24D , ACSI Textbook of Dermatosurgery, 1st Ed., Jaypee Publishers
Kandhari R, Ramesh V. Parasitic and Helminthic infections. In: Inamadar A, Sacchidanand S eds, Textbook of Paediatric Dermatology, 2nd Ed.
Kandhari S, Kandhari R. A diagnostic dilemma-Hansen’s, sarcoidosis or lymphoma ?; Casebook of Dermatology, vol.2, IJCP publishers:40-44
Khunger N, Kandhari R. Cosmeceuticals as skin lightening agents. In: Sachdev M, Khunger N, Baumann L eds., A handbook on Cosmeceuticals-focus on skin of colour,1st Ed., (For release in Sep 2013)