Dr Stephen Lowe

Dr Stephen Lowe cosmetic doctor Sydney

Dr Stephen Lowe

Medical Director

Dr Stephen Lowe is an established Sydney-based cosmetic physician with extensive experience in aesthetic procedures and general medicine.

After completing his medical studies at the University of Dundee (consistently ranked amongst the top medical schools in the UK), Dr Lowe established a solid foundation in general practice and emergency medicine. He was awarded Distinction in his specialist Membership exams for the Royal College of General Practitioners, an accolade reserved for only a handful each year. Dr Lowe moved to Australia in 2008 and immediately observed the impact of the Australian sun on premature skin ageing. This kindled an interest in preventative health care (with a Masters Degree in Public Health) and the therapeutic and cosmetic options to repair and treat the signs of skin ageing.

Dr Lowe has also maintained a keen interest in medical education and continues his work as a clinical lecturer at the University of Sydney Medical School. He’s committed to improving public knowledge about the risks and benefits of cosmetic treatments to ensure patients make informed and educated decisions concerning their treatments.

Dr Lowe has a particular interest in regenerative skin treatments, in particular biostimulant dermal fillers, collagen-inducing skin and laser treatments and micro-focused ultrasound skin tightening. He is an active trainer with global pharmaceutical company Merz Australia.

Dr Stephen Lowe cosmetic doctor Sydney

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opening hours

Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri: 9am – 6pm

Thur: 9am – 8pm

Saturday: 10am – 4pm

Sunday: Closed

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Chatswood Village
Suite 66, 47 Neridah Street
Chatswood, NSW 2067

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