My first exposure to aesthetic medicine was as a patient
After qualifying as a doctor in Australia, I undertook my postgraduate training in Anaesthesia and Accident and Emergency in the NHS in the UK.
After the birth of my second son 6 years ago, I looked as if I had aged 10 years!
I looked tired and sad and, worst of all, I started to feel old too.
A single simple treatment improved my confidence so much, I felt like a new woman.
Best of all, I realised I did not have to worry about getting and looking older anymore – with modern techniques and products it is possible to stay looking your youthful self to years to come.
I wanted everyone around me to discover this feeling.
I have since completed several prestigious training programmes in Aesthetic Medicine in London Harley Street and the US. I hold a Postgraduate Certificate in Aesthetic Medicine from the Queen Mary University of London and am an Affiliated Member of the Aesthetics Complications Expert Group (ACE), which aims to improve patient safety in aesthetic practice. I am also a member of the Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP), an organisation promoting public safety and good practice in non-surgical aesthetics.
As an anaesthetist, I did a lot of precision needle work, so for me it was a natural transition into aesthetics, where accurate placement is key to providing safe and bespoke treatments.
I am committed to providing safe, high-quality patient care in order to achieve the best outcomes for my patients.
Everyone should feel comfortable in their own skin!