Graduated from Medical School, University of New South Wales.
Member AMA; AVHPA
Internship at Liverpool Hospital and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Sydney.
Completed Medical Acupuncture Course at Royal North Shore Hospital Sydney.
Residency at Liverpool Hospital, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and Fairfield Hospital.
Sclerotherapy, Correspondent Course USA.
Completed Laser Surgery and Cosmetic Medicine Workshop at Dermatology Associates Lajolla California USA.
Specialised in Erbium Laser, Photoderm, Photo epilation, Subdermal Therapy.
Awarded FRACGP, Fellowship of The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.
Started to research for better treatment of eczema, perioral and periorbital dermatitis.
Member of Cosmetic Physician Society Australia (CPSA) until 2020.
Awarded Fellowship of the Faculty of Medicine of the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery (ACCS).
In March, completed three days workshop of “Advanced and Basic Technique of Liposuction” organised by Australasian Association of Lipoplasty.
Pioneered Morden Injectable Rhinoplasty.
Published “Rhinoplasty using injectable polyacrylamide gel – a patient study” in The Autralasian Journal of Cosmetic Surgery.
Successfully invented Clark Compound, a formulation that can effectively treat chronic dermatitis, eczema and psoriasis. The formula has helped more than 2000 patients to be free of symptoms of these inflammatory skin diseases with long-term remission, in the past 15 years.
In February, invited to give lecture and live demonstration of Injectable Rhinoplasty in Manila at “The 4th World Congress of Cosmetic and Dermatologic Surgery” by Asia Pacific Academy of Cosmetic Surgery.
Filler workshop in Hong Kong.
Hands-on training for Hong Kong cosmetic and plastic surgeons – “Facial enhancement using filler”.
April 2004, presented the pioneering research and study of “Rhinoplasty using injectable implant” in Canberra, Australia at the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery (ACCS) Conference 2004 for over 300 doctors.
Member of The American Society of Cosmetic Breast Surgery (ASCBS).
In July 2004, conducted 16 workshops for Cosmetic and Plastic Surgeons; performed 22 live procedures over four days in Korea. The workshops were held in conjunction with “The Korea, China, Japan Cosmetic Surgery Congress” (300 doctors) and “The Korean Association of Dermatologists Conference” ( over 200 doctors).
In September, conducted 10 workshops for 150 Cosmetic and Plastic Surgeons over two days in Tokyo, Japan, followed by 3 workshops in Manila, Philippines for over 200 doctors within two days.
In November, presented “Advanced technique of Injectable Rhinoplasty” at the Medical Cosmetic Workshop in Hong Kong for 45 doctors, followed with hands-on training for cosmetic surgeons. This workshop was held in conjunction with the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery and Changhai Hospital, Shanghai.
In March, was appointed the Ambassador of Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgeons (ACCS) in Asian Countries. At the same time, was selected to be a Council Member of ACCS.
Supervisor for fellowship trainee of The Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery (until 2007).
In April, lectured and gave live demonstration for Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgeons Fellowship candidates in Hong Kong. Then was invited by the University Kebangsaan Malaysia to present with live demonstration of “The Golden Triangle technique of Injectable Rhinoplasty” to 86 ENT surgeons. Afterwards, conducted similar workshops in Singapore for over 100 cosmetic doctors.
In May, presented “Ultrasound Studies of Injectable Rhinoplasty using Aquamid” and performing live demonstration in Gold Coast Australia at the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery (ACCS) Conference 2005 for over 300 doctors.
In June, invited to speak at “The 3rd Interational Blepharoplasty Symposium & Spring Congress” of Korean Society of Asethetic Korean Doctors in Seoul, Korea.
In October, conducted the “BHC Aquamid & Mesotherapy Workshop” in Hong Kong. Lectured and gave live demonstration to do hands-on training for Hong Kong cosmetic surgeons.
On October 30-31st, invited by The Australasian Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery to present at the “Rhinoplasty 2005” conference at Prince Alfred Hospital Sydney, Australia to over 150 ENT surgeons.
In November, presented and gave live demonstration at the “BHC Product Launch Workshop” in conjunction with the University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Trained ENT surgeons and cosmetic surgeons the principle and technique of long lasting and temporary filler. Afterwards, provided hands-on training for doctors in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
In September, appointed and invited as Visiting Professor by The Chinese University of Hong Kong to lecture and give live demonstration at the “International Facial Plastic Surgery Workshop 2006” for ENT surgeons at Prince of Wales Hospital, Hong Kong. Afterward, was invited to “Laser workshop” in Bangkok, Thailand to present and perform live demonstration.
In April, provided lecture and live demonstration of “Forehead Reconstruction Injectable VS Surgical” in Melbourne, Australia at the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery (ACCS) Conference 2007.
In May, presented “Surgical versus Injectable Rhinoplasty” with life demonstration at the “The 92nd Japan Society of Aesthetic Surgery Conference” in Tokyo, Japan. Provided hands-on training on facial correction and rhinoplasty in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and Singapore.
In November, presented at The Chinese University of Hong Kong “The Art of Injectable Rhinoplasty” and “Copper Yellow Laser and its Applications” at the “International Facial Plastic Surgery Workshop 2007” at Prince of Wales Hospital, Hong Kong with life demonstration.
In December, presented and provided live demonstration of Rhinoplasty and Facial Correction using permanent and temporary fillers at Taipei Pojen General Hospital and Chang Gung Memorial Hospital for plastic surgeons and cosmetic doctors.
In 4 days, completed 10 hands-on training workshops in Taipei, Tai-Chung and Kaohsiung.
Awarded Fellowship of The American Society of Cosmetic Breast Surgery (ASCBS).
Completed Advanced Life Support Provider Course from the Australian Resuscitation Council.
August 2009, launching Esthelis in Vietnam in conjunction with the
University of Medicine and Pharmacy Ho Chi Minh city and Department of
Plastic Surgery Cho Ray Hospital. Presented and gave live demonstration to Vietnamese Cosmetic and Plastic Surgeons
Participated in the American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine Fat Grafting Summit.
Participated in The Australasian Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery Endoscopic & Aesthetic Dissection Blepharoplasty & Upper Facial Rejuvenation.
Invented surgical bra, which helps to improve outcome of the breast augmentation, reduce complications and correct implant mal-positioning.
Launching BHC Dermatology skin care products – a result of 10 years research – focusing on restoring and maintaining normal skin functioning. These skin care products help eczema skin, sensitive skin and normal skin to stay healthy.
Invented Le Med Nasal Splint, a device used to improve the outcome of rhinoplasty and avoid complications of surgical and non-surgical rhinoplasty. The device can help to improve breathing and treat broken noses due to
Granted Innovation Connections – a division of CISRO – research fund to conduct Synergistic Eczema Cream Project – a joint research with NICM Western Sydney University.
Presented “Le Med splint to minimise common complication in rhinoplasty” at IMAPS 2017 in Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam.
President of Darkness to Light Incorporated – a not for profit organisation for underprivileged children in Vietnam which donates 100% of any money
raised. The organisation is run by all volunteer members with no administration cost. More than twenty thousand Australian dollars have been donated to these children in Vietnam.
Completed the Synergistic Eczema Cream Project with Western Sydney University with positive finding. The research has confirmed the mechanism of how the cream works in regenerating healthy skin in eczema patients at the same time showing evidence of synergy of the individual ingredients in the cream.
Granted Innovation Connections – a division of CISRO – research fund to conduct The Effectiveness of Modification of Synergistic Eczema Cream: feasibility study – a continued joint research with NICM Western Sydney University.
Completed 8 modules of COVID-19 VACCINATION TRAINING PROGRAM