BDS., MBBS (Syd)., FACCS.
Dr Walsh received First Class Honours in both dentistry (BDS 1979) and medicine (MBBS 1989) from Sydney University. Following this, he was also awarded prizes in both surgery and medicine and is now a Fellow of the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery.
From 2000 to 2010 Dr Walsh was assistant surgeon to one of Sydney's leading plastic and reconstructive surgeons, an experience Dr Walsh said led to his keen interest in cosmetic and skin cancer medicine.
Dr Walsh has been a principal trainer for Merz Aesthetics in the field of neurotoxin and dermal fillers since 2007 and continues to enjoy teaching.
Dr walsh has a strong belief that patients living in country regions deserve the same high standard of cosmetic medical care as their city counterparts and believes in providing patients with realistic, natural and age appropriate treatments, delivered in safe, ethical environments.
Dr Ron Feiner is the Medical Dean in charge of Training for the Medical Faculty of the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery., ACCS.
Dr Feiner is also a member of the Cosmetic Physicians of Australia., CPCA, and the Australian College of Aesthetic Medicine., ACAM.
Dr Feiner has a wealth of knowledge as both a clinician and a trainer and is passionate about developing and maintaining clinical standards and governance for all clinicians working in the cosmetic aesthetic industry.
He has been recognised for his significant contribution to the field of minimally invasive facial rejuvenation utilising a variety of injectable products, lipo-transfer grafting, liposculpture, suture suspension and eyelid blepharoplasty surgery.
Among many other procedures Dr Feiner also performs body liposculpture, sclerotherapy for leg veins and radiofrequency urogynaecological rejuvenation.
Dr Feiner believes that, beautiful natural outcomes are achievable with minimally invasive procedures that can be considered an extension of regular grooming.