Meet Dr. Farid Dharamsi
Dr. Farid Dharamsi (aka “Dr. Farid”) is a highly-trained aesthetic physician with a special interest in helping men and women alike age more gracefully with the help of advanced injectable procedures, lasers, and other devices.
Skill and Specialties
Dr. Farid has received extensive advanced training in fillers, neurotoxins, lasers, chemical peels, skin tightening, and body sculpting. He is continually in the pursuit of acquiring new skills, staying on the front line of aesthetic medicine.
Education and Training
After graduating high school as co-salutatorian with his identical twin brother, Dr. Farid went on to complete his undergraduate in Nashville, TN at Vanderbilt University. There, he graduated Magna Cum Laude while obtaining an Honors Degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology with a minor in Chemistry.
From Nashville, Dr. Farid moved to Washington, D.C. to complete medical school at the George Washington University. Next, he went on to complete his residency in Emergency Medicine at the University of Texas Southwestern in Dallas in 2012.
Since residency, Dr. Farid has worked in several emergency rooms spanning the DFW metroplex while simultaneously expanding his knowledge, training, and experience in laser and aesthetic medicine. He regularly attends cosmetic conferences and advanced trainings to provide the best and most effective treatment for his patients. Dr. Farid has been an integral player in the vision and co-founding of Legacy Dermatology and is excited to be part of the “Legacy Family”.
Dr. Farid has several publications in the fields of orthopedics, emergency medicine, and dermatology.
When not practicing medicine, Dr. Farid enjoys going to the gym and spending time with his family. He also has special interests in coaching for his kids’ sports, scuba diving, reading, travel, skiing, and water sports. He and his wife have a special place in their hearts for giving back to the community especially in the areas of disabled and/or abused children. He resides in Frisco, TX with his wife Dr. Jennifer Dharamsi, two children, and dog named Sunday.