Dr Aklish Jain, Director, Outbloom Skin and Laser Clinic, Jaipur is a leading specialist for hair transplant and skin problems. Equipped with a state of the art operation theatre and the latest cutting-edge laser machines, Outbloom is well known for FUE hair transplant in Jaipur with more than 1000 hair restoration procedures for national and international patients.He has perfected the FUE method and is a highly respected doctor in the upcoming field of hair transplant and restoration.
An MD in Dermatology, Venerology and Leprology from the prestigious Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education Research, Chandigarh, India, where he was awarded the Silver Medal, Dr Jain did his MBBS from SMS Medical College, Jaipur. A Fellowship in Dermatosurgery at Nanavati Hospital, Mumbai under Dr Satish Sawant capped a glittering academic career in his chosen field.
Prior to setting up Outbloom, Dr Jain had successful stints as Consultant Dermatologist at Jaipur Hospital, Skin and Laser Clinic, and VLCC in Jaipur. He is Visiting Faculty for hair transplant training at Medigate in Durban, South Africa. He has conducted numerous workshops on hair restoration and has participated meaningfully invarious hair transplant conferences, including organizing the Hair Transplant Conclave at Udaipur, Rajasthan in 2016 as organizing secretary.
A keen interest in research led him to spearhead the dose ranging study of the drug acitretin for psoriasis as principal researcher where he was involved in collecting data, administering drugs, monitoring the progress and disease activity in patients, and statistical analysis and interpretation.
Techniques of painless local anaesthesia in hair transplant, Hair Transplant Conclave (Udaipur, Rajasthan, 2016)
My experiences in hair transplant in India, 5th Annual Dermatologic and Aesthetic Surgery International League (DASIL) Congress (Dubai, 2016)
Female hair transplant, Advanced CME on Hair Transplant (Kathmandu, Nepal, 2017)
Difficult cases of hair transplant, AdvancedCME on Hair Transplant(Kathmandu, Nepal, 2017)