About Dr. Bincy Varghese
Dr. Bincy Varghese is a Consultant Dermatologist in Gurgaon Sector 56. She practices at multiple locations i.e. Miracles Mediclinic in Guragon Sector 56 and Dr. Bincy Varghese Clinic in Gurgaon Sector 54.
Dr. Bincy Varghese has more than 8 years of experience. She is a qualified Dermatologist in Gurgaon Sector 56.
As a Dermatologist, her area of expertise includes Pediatric Dermatology, Cosmetology, Allergy, Acne Treatment, Skin Biopsies, Cyst Removals, Mole Removal Surgeries, Cryosurgery, Chemical Peeling, Radiofrequency, Microdermabrasion, Derma roller, PRP, Lasers, Skin Infections, Vasculitis, Papulosquamous Disorders, Allergic Disorders and Rare Genodermatoses. Patients from Guragon Sector 56, Guragon Sector 54 and entire Gurgaon come to Dr. Bincy Varghese with lots of hopes and the doctor ensures that the patients are satisfied with the treatments, with her experience and fully equipped techniques.
Dr. Bincy Varghese has completed her education mainly from Thiruvananthapuram. She did her MBBS from Government Medical College, Thiruvananthapuram in 2003, MD from Lady Hardinge Medical College in 2009, IADVL Training Fellowship (Pediatric Dermatology) from AIIMS, New Delhi in 2013 and International Fellowship in Dermatology from Seoul National University Hospital, South Korea in 2015. Dr. Bincy Varghese is currently practicing as a Dermatologist in Gurgaon Sector 56.
Dr. Bincy Varghese has also been the member of Indian Association of Dermatologists, Venereologists and Leprologists (IADVL), British Society of Pediatric Dermatology (BSPD) and International Society of Dermatology (ISD). She is amongst very few dermatologists in Gurgaon Sector 56 who offers top-notch anti-ageing solutions.
Before practicing as a Dermatologist in Gurgaon Sector 56, Dr. Bincy Varghese was formerly a Visiting Consultant at Artemis Hospital, The Cradle & Miracles Mediclinic in Gurgaon, Consultant Dermatologist at Apollo Hospital in Noida, Consultant Dermatologist at Colombia Asia Hospital in Ghaziabad and Consultant Dermatologist at LHMC & Associated Hospitals in Delhi.
You can book an online appointment with Dr. Bincy Varghese on www.Lazoi.com.
1. Indian Association of Dermatologists, Venereologists and Leprologists (IADVL)
2. British Society Of Paediatric Dermatology (BSPD)
3. International Society of Dermatology (ISD)
1. Visiting Consultant at Artemis Hospital, The Cradle & Miracles Mediclinic, Gurgaon
2. Consultant at Apollo Hospital, Noida
3. Consultant at Colombia Asia Hospital, Ghaziabad
4. Consultant at LHMC & Associated Hospitals, Delhi
• AWARDS AND PUBLICATIONS:
1. Recipient of the prestigious WCPD grant to attend the 12th World congress of Paediatric Dermatology at Madrid, Spain in September 2013
2. Dr. F Handa Award for Best Paper at Dermacon 2009
3. Recipient of the IADVL – BAD (British Academy of Dermatology) Exchange Scholarship 2009
• PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENTS:
1. ORAL PRESENTATIONS
a) Invited speaker at IAP, Noida branch meet to speak on Paediatric Atopic Dermatitis, March 2013
b) CHILD syndrome with thrombocytosis and congenital dislocation of Hip, Advanced Course In Paediatric Dermatology, Ninewells Hospital, Dundee, Scotland 2010
c) Dorfman -‐ Chanarin syndrome in two female siblings of Indian origin -‐ ISPD Chennai, 2009
d) Study of serum cytokine profile in psoriasis and the effect of treatment selected for oral presentation at ICD, Prague, 2009
e) Study of serum cytokine profile in psoriasis & its correlation with disease severity-‐ Dermacon 2009
f) Study of serum cytokine profile in psoriasis – Dermazone 2008
2. POSTERS PRESENTED
• Dermacon 2011
a) Scabies in children-‐A recurring burden and need for mass treatment
b) Juvenile sclerodermatomyositis : an uncommon presentation
c) Hypomelanosis of Ito – some rare associations
• Dermacon 2009
a) Angiolymphoid hyperplasia with eosinophilia affecting the forearm
b) Juvenile pityriasis rubra pilaris, type III responding rapidly to systemic retinoid
c) Granular cell tumor of the vulva
d) Gottron’s syndrome in an Indian family
e) CHILD syndrome
• Dermacon 2008
a) A fulminant case of Letterer-‐Siwe disease with striking nail involvement in a child
b) Incotinentia pigmenti with seizure disorder
c) A familial case of piebaldism with ventricular septal defect
d) Autosomal recessive type of cutis laxa in a consanguineous Indian family
a) Successful management of airway hemangioma with propranolol. Int J Dermatol 52(6):750-‐752, 2013
b) Serum Cytokine Profile in Psoriasis-‐A case–control study in a tertiary care hospital from Northern India. Ind J Clin Biochem DOI 10.1007/s12291-‐011-‐0156-‐9
c) Neutral lipid storage disease with unusual presentation: report of three cases. Pediatr Dermatol 29:341-‐4. 2012
d) Generalized linear porokeratosis: A rare entity with excellent response to acitretin. Dermatology Online Journal 17( 5):11
e) Dorfman-‐Chanarin syndrome in two female siblings: A case report and discussion on approach & management. Dermatology Online Journal. 17 (4):11
f) Approach to a patient with skin rash. Health positive. May 2010, vol.1 No.11
g) Complete form of pachydermoperiostosis: A case report. Dermatology Online Journal 19 (2): 10
h) CHILD syndrome with thrombocytosis and congenital dislocation of hip: A case report from India. Dermatology Online Journal. 16 (8):10
i) Photo-‐quiz on pulmonary disease with striking nail involvement in a child. Ped Derm 25(6):633 – 634, 2008