Dr Kapil Bhargava is a leading London-based consultant dermatologist and dermatologic (Mohs) surgeon. Specialising in skin cancer, hair disorders and cosmetic dermatology, he offers a range of evidence-based skin treatments from his Harley Street practice and has received multiple awards for his work in the field. Dr Bhargava is not only one of the most highly revered consultant dermatologists in London, but is so too an incredibly well-regarded skin specialist who is constantly in extremely high demand due, at large, to his highly trusted and expert patient care.
Dr Bhargava, who is also a specialist in laser and cosmetic dermatology, is mightily experienced when it comes to all the various different general conditions relating to hair loss, acne, and surgical dermatology. He completed his medical training in general and specialist dermatology at the highly established and well-renowned St John's Institute of Dermatology after beginning his medical training in 1997 at the prestigious University College London Medical School. One of Dr Bhargava's biggest and most noteable achievements to-date is Fellowship in Mohs and Advanced Dermatologic Surgery, which he obtained from the Joint Royal Colleges of Physicians Training Board following the successful completion of his medical training.
Trained in the UK and working in prestigious hospitals across London, Dr Bhargava has also completed training in the United States and continental Europe and continues to develop and gain valuable experience his field. Currently, he is the lead clinician for skin cancer and dermatologic surgery at St Bartholomew's and The Royal London Hospitals (the UK's largest hospital Trust), alongside running a specialist hair clinic at St John's Institute that takes referrals from across the country.
As well as his, to-date, extensive clinical work, Dr Bhargava has also authored a numerous amount of scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals and has also contributed to book chapters such as the hair and scalp chapter in the renowned ABC in Dermatology series. He lectures nationally and internationally and is actively involved in the teaching and training of trainee dermatologists.