The Clifford Clinic Expands to Provide Cosmetic Surgery

October, 20/2020 - 08:50
The Clifford Clinic Expands to Provide Cosmetic Surgery

SINGAPORE - Media OutReach - 21 October2020 - The Clifford Clinic isannouncing a new expansion to broaden the range of cosmetic services providedto those seeking treatment in aesthetics medicine. At their new branch, TheClifford Surgery Clinic offers plastic surgery services, adding to theircomprehensive list of aesthetic procedures provided.


Dr. Timothy Shimjoins the team as the resident Senior Consultant Plastic Surgeon at TheClifford Surgery Clinic to lend his expertise in reconstructive and aestheticsurgery. He has also trained in Tokyo to perform supermicosurgery, a precision-demandingprocedure that requires rigorous coordination between the eye, microscope andhand. Known to have a keen eye for detail and an interest in aesthetics andreconstructive microsurgery, he has carried out many surgical procedures suchas eyebag removal, blepharoplasty, breast augmentation and fat grafting.


The CliffordClinic began as an aesthetic clinicthat provides non-surgical aesthetics procedures including acnetreatments, pigmentation removal and fillers. Leading the clinic is DrGerard Ee, who is medically trained in the UK and has amassed years of surgicalexperiences from working in local and international hospitals. He is fullyaccredited in aesthetic procedures that include fillers, Botox, lasers andlight therapies, delivering them in a unique approach that achieves symmetryand elegance. Dr Gerard Ee is also joined by Dr Chow Yuen Ho, who has a keeninterest in aesthetic dermatological and laser procedures, and armed with morethan a decade of clinical practice experience under his belt.


With the clinicexpansion, The Clifford Surgery Clinic aims to cater to a wider group ofpatients looking to enhance or improve their features surgically. This includesplastic surgery procedures such as double eyelid surgery, breast implants,tummy tuck and hymenoplasty. The Clifford Surgery Clinic is located at CliffordCentre, less than a minute's walk from Raffles Place MRT station exit A.


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