Dr. Manish Khanna FRCP (C)

Dr KhannaDr. Manish Khanna is a surgical dermatologist who specializes in laser treatments and aesthetic procedures for skin rejuvenation and cosmetic enhancement. Dr. Khanna’s approach to skin care is simple and innovative: he provides the care skin needs in order to attain sustainable beauty by offering the highest quality treatments in an ethical environment.

A cosmetic consultation with Dr. Khanna is unhurried and comprehensive. He takes his time to listen to your concerns and expectations so that he can recommend the best possible treatment plan for you. Furthermore, Dr. Khanna realistically describes what results could be achieved with the proposed protocols.

Current Positions

Director, Dermatology- Oncology, Sir Mortimer B. Davis – Jewish General Hospital and Director of Dermatologic Surgery, McGill University Health Centre.

As director of both programs he oversees the dermatologic surgical training of all the dermatology residents at McGill University.

Dermatologist, Division of Dermatology, Sir Mortimer B. Davis-Jewish General Hospital

Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division of Dermatology at both McGill University Health Centre and the

Jewish General, since 2003

Founder and Medical Director: PEAU – esthétique médicale

Medical School

McGill University, Montreal, QC


McGill University, Montreal, QC


Arkansas Cancer Research Center, Little Rock, AR

Clinical Specialties

Moh’s Micrographic Surgery; Melanoma. Dr. Khanna is a respected specialist in Mohs Micrographic Surgery, one of twelve in Canada to practice this technique to remove high-risk skin cancers.

Laser & Cosmetic Dermatology; as a specialist in laser and cosmetic medicine, he gives regular lectures and demonstrations to the residents. His areas of expertise are: wrinkles, volume loss (face), sun-damaged skin, sun spots, rosacea, telangiectasia, actinic keratoses, acne (scars & pigmentation caused by acne), scars, mole removal, skin pigmentation.

Research Interests

Dr. Khanna has published several articles in peer-reviewed journals, and continues to participate in clinical research. He is currently involved in several clinical research projects related to skin cancer.

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