About Dr Nithya Raghunath

Dr Nithya Raghunath, MBBS, MD, MECAMS, Fellowship in Cosmetology(Germany); practices general and surgical dermatology with a special interest in aesthetic dermatology and laser medicine. She is board certified in Dermatology (MD Dermatology) and completed a fellowship in Cosmetic Dermatology accredited by University of Greifswald, Germany. She intends to provide unparalleled medical treatment, aesthetic procedures and excellent patient service in a comfortable, state-of-the-art office.
Advanced technology is used to enhance patient care, including electronic medical records, digital photography and cutting edge medical treatments. The practice is committed to offering only the safest and most effective cosmetic treatments, including lasers and cosmetic injectables.
She received her residency training in the Rajiv Gandhi University, a combined program in Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology before specializing in Cosmetology. Her expertise in the various cosmetic techniques allows her to treat a variety of people with cosmetic concern and provide a natural looking aesthetic improvement.
In addition to her clinical appointments, Dr Nithya maintains affiliations in several professional societies, including:

Member: Indian Medical Association

Member: European Society of Aesthetics

Member: Cosmetic Dermatology Society of India

Member: IADVL

Member: Bangalore dermatological society

Publications in Indexed Journals:

Primary lingual tuberculosis, a rare case report,
Nithya Raghunath, Sreekar Harinatha, Sreeharsha Harinatha,

Our Dermatology Online. 2012; 3(3): 235-236.

Solitary Porokeratosis of Mibelli at an unusual site,
Nithya Raghunath, Metikurke Vijayashankar,

Our Dermatol Online. 2012; 3(4):

Designing the rhombic flap in relation to the lines of maximal extension,
Sreekar H., Kiran Petkar, Rahul B Shetty, Nithya Raghunath,

Revista Brasileira de Cirurgia Plástica, Ahead of print.

Purpura following a rare etiology; A diagnostic dilemma,
Nithya Raghunath, Sreekar Harinatha, Sreeharsha Harinatha,

Our Dermatology Online. 2012; 3(3): 231.

Localized tubercular swelling in the hand masquerading as a ganglion-a rare case report,
Sreekar Harinatha, Nithya Raghunath, Sreeharsha Harinatha,

Our Dermatology Online, 2012; 3(4).

Pustular psoriasis responding to Probiotics- A new insight,
Nithya Raghunath, Metikurke Vijayashankar,

Our Dermatol Online. 2012; 3(4)

A rare case of leiomyoma over the nose,
Sreekar Harinatha, Nithya Raghunath, Sudarshan P, V Malmande,

Our Dermatology Online. 2014; 1(1). Ahead of Print.

Career Intentions of Medical Students Trained in India,
Harinatha Sreekar, Raghunath Nithya, Raghunath Nikhitha, Sreeharsha Harinatha,

Education for Health (Abingdon). 2014 Jan-Apr;27(1):64-5. (Link)

General public perception of a dermatologist in urban India,
Ravi Reddy, Harinatha Sreekar, Nithya Raghunath, Harinatha Sreeharsha.

Our Dermatol Online. 2015;6(4):485-485.

10. Did Sushrutha first describe ear lobe repairs? A peep into the Samhita,

Harinatha Sreekar, Ravi Reddy, Nithya Raghunath, Nikhitha Raghunath, Harinatha Sreeharsha.

Our Dermatol Online. 2015;6(4):475-476.

11. The role of Bleomycin in management of hypertrophic scars and keloids – A clinical trial,

Ravi Reddy, Sreekar Harinatha, Nithya Raghunath.

Our Dermatol Online. 2015;6(4):1-3.

12. Keloid and hypertrophic scar distribution according to Fitzpatrick skin phototypes in Indian population- A hospital based study,

Sreekar Harinatha, Nithya Raghunath, Ravi Reddy, Ashwin Hebbar, Sreeharsha Harinatha,

Revista Brasileira de Cirurgia Plástica, 2014;29(2):309-10