Because every person is unique, the practice of aesthetic medicine is an art as much as a science. The widely held belief that aesthetic medicine comprises only creams and medical procedures is wrong. What we are striving for is a healthier, more confident you. This can only be achieved with a sound diet, a healthy lifestyle, and a balanced mind.
Dr Siew Tuck Wah
Dr Siew Tuck Wah is a familiar face in Singapore, with a decade of experience in Aesthetic Medicine, and a passion for topical skincare, wellness, and the use of injectable fillers for facial sculpting and rejuvenation. Through his website (www.drsiew.sg) and Facebook page, he provides an easily accessible and reliable platform for the public to understand medical aesthetic procedures and learn the latest news on health and wellness.
Dr Siew’s other great passion is in animal welfare and charity work. He is a forceful animal welfare advocate who has brought about significant improvements in animal welfare over the past few years. He co-founded and heads SOSD (formerly known as Save Our Street Dogs), one Singapore’s largest animal rescue charities, which rescues homeless & abandoned dogs and integrates them back through community initiatives (www.sosd.org.sg). In 2014, he was conferred the Junior Chamber International (JCI) award for Humanitarian and Voluntary Leadership in recognition of his contributions in charity work.
Besides seeing patients and rescuing animals, Dr Siew loves to teach. As a trainer for Restylane fillers, he travels South East Asia to impart filler injection techniques to other doctors. He also regularly conducts talks on aesthetic medicine and wellness, and shares his experiences in animal welfare, volunteerism and leadership in schools and institutions through SOSD’s Outreach & Education Program.
Dr Siew is the medical director and founder of Radium Medical Aesthetics, where he brings his practice philosophies to life – emphasis on patient rapport, service excellence, and professionalism.