The Society of Aesthetic Medicine (Singapore) was formed in October 2005 by a group of aesthetic doctors. One of the main aims of the Society is to facilitate the development of aesthetic medicine in Singapore and fellowship of aesthetic doctors in Singapore and the region.
The Society has organised yearly conferences since 2007, as it strongly believes in promoting proper evidence-based education and research in aesthetic medicine. These meetings were called CAM (Conference of Aesthetic Medicine) but since 2009, they have been restructured to a one-day event comprising of a series of lectures and workshops. These subsequent meetings were referred to as the Annual Scientific Meetings.
Dear SAM members
As we emerge from the circuit breaker during COVID-19, we need to safely transition to the so-called new normal. Many work processes and the way we interact with our patients, our staff and the community will change.
Some of our members have met and come up with a consensus on a set of guidance for aesthetic clinics to reopen during COVID-19.
They act as guidance for clinics to adapt for their own unique setup, staffing and environment. They do not supersede any regulations mandated by MOH. They are subject to change as new information regarding COVID-19 is available. Please keep up to date with information regarding COVID-19 from The World Health Organisation (WHO) and The Ministry of Health (MOH) in Singapore.
Dr David Loh
President, Society of Aesthetic Medicine
28 May 2020
We strongly believe in promoting proper evidence-based education and research in aesthetic medicine.
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An Educational Programme organized by Society of Aesthetic Medicine (Singapore)
Date: Wednesday, 8 February 2023
Time: 6.30pm – 9.30pm
Venue: Amber Room (Level 2)
Sheraton Towers Hotel, Singapore
39 Scotts Rd, Singapore 228230
Chairman: Dr David Loh
8 p.m. Singapore | 9 a.m. Sao Paulo | 12 p.m. London
Dr Francisco de Melo
Dr Rami Haidar
Dr Shang-Li Lin
Dr Siew Tuck Wah
Dr Marcus Wong