Dr. Madhuri T J - Dermatology in Hyderabad

Dr. Madhuri T J

MBBS, MD - Dermatology , Venereology & Leprosy

  • Hyderabad, Telangana
  • 6 Awards

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Clinic Locations

Transform Skin & Cosmetic Clinic

Flora Apartments, Road Number: 3 , Hyderabad , Telangana , India


  • Laser Hair Removal - Face
  • Wart Removal
  • Aesthetic Dermatology
  • Hair Loss Treatment
  • Chemical Peel
  • Botox Injections
  • Dental Fillings
  • Dermabrasion
  • Laser Resurfacing
  • Acne / Pimples Treatment
  • Scar Treatment
  • Photofacial
  • Tattoo Removal
  • Sun Spots, Age Spots, And Other Pigmented Lesions
  • Leucoderma Treatment
  • Peel, Polishing, Lasers
  • Anti Aging Treatment
  • Weight Loss Diet Counseling
  • Dermaroller
  • Electrocaurtry
  • Coronary Angiogram
  • Mole Removal
  • Medical Vitiligo Treatment
  • Salicyclic Peel
  • Glycolic Peel
  • Hyper Pigmentation Treatment


  • Dermatologist


  • Andhra Medical College, Visakhapatnam - 2000 Graduated
  • Washington University School of Medicine USA - 2011 Graduated
    Fellowship in Dermatological Laser Surgery
  • Andhra Medical College, Visakhapatnam - 2004 Graduated
    MD - Dermatology , Venereology & Leprosy

Work & Experience

  • Transform Skin & Multispeciality Cosmetic Clinics
    Consultant Dermatologist & Laser Surgeon
  • Washington University School Of Medicine USA
  • VLCC
    Chief Regional Dermatologist For AP
  • Labelle Skin & Slimmimg Centre
    Chief Dermatologist


  • Prof Banerjee Gold Medal For Orginal Research Paper

  • Fulford Foundation Award For Meritorious Post Graduate (MD) Student

  • Best Paper Award At Annual Conference Of IADVL Ap Chapter

  • Best Paper (Young Dermatologist Category) On Methodological Approach To Anti Aging At International Conference Of Aesthetic And Cosmetic Dermatologists

  • Best Poster American Society Of Dermatologic Surgery Meet 2011

  • Selected Among Top 5 Business Plans At Business Plan Competition 2014 At Indian School Of Business (ISB)


  • Medical Council of India (MCI)

  • Indian Association of Dermatologists, Venereologists and Leprologists (IADVL)

  • European Society of Cosmetic & Aesthetic Dermatology( ESCAD)

  • Cosmetic Society of India (CSI)

  • Indian Society of Cosmetic Surgery (ISCS)

  • American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine

  • Indian Medical Association (IMA)


Does Skin Tone Affect Skin Care Naturally?

The relationship between skin tone and skincare encompasses various aspects of dermatology, beauty, and cultural perception. Skin tone is determined by the amount of melanin present in the skin, and it plays a significant role in how our skin behaves, responds to external factors, and ages. Understanding the impact of skin tone on skin care is essential for developing tailored routines that address specific needs, concerns, and goals. From sun protection and hyperpigmentation to acne management and anti-aging strategies, different skin tones may require customized approaches. Additionally, cultural, and societal influences shape skincare practices and preferences, highlighting the importance of inclusivity and representation in the skincare industry. By exploring the nuances of how skin tone affects skincare, we can foster a deeper understanding of diverse skin needs and promote a more inclusive approach to skincare for all.

A Complete Guide To Identifying & Treating Moles, Freckles, and Skin Tags

There are different types of marks on the skin that are often found to occur in different parts of the body. Though these marks do not pose any severe damage to your overall health and body functioning, it is important to know that when these types of marks occur on your body, they might seem to be quite harmless, but these marks on your skin can indicate risks of some underlying health conditions in some cases.

Sun Allergies: Identification and Prevention

Sun allergies are a common but poorly understood condition. Most people think that their skin is allergic to the sun, when, it is not. Sun sensitivity is a form of phototoxicity, meaning that the sun’s ultraviolet rays may damage our skin, eyes, and immune system. While no one is truly allergic to the sun, some people are quite sensitive to different types of sunlight and may develop mild to serious reactions after spending time in the sun. Sun allergies (also known as photodermatoses) are caused by the direct or indirect effects of ultraviolet rays on the skin.

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