Nirvana Cosmetic Skin Clinic is a caring and dynamic company offering affordable cosmetic and beauty, leg vein treatments for both men and women in approved medical facilities throughout Central Queensland.
Our resident Cosmetic Physician Dr Keh Khor graduated from Dublin University over 20 years ago; he obtained his Dermatology Diploma from Cardiff University in 2001 and his Diploma of Cosmetic Medicine in 2006. He became an Australian College Certified Sclerotherapist (Non-Surgical Ultrasound Guided Varicose Veins and Spider Veins Treatment) in 2008. He is a member of the Australian Medical Association, Australian Society Of Cosmetic Medicine and the Australian College of Phlebology.
Dr Khor provides cosmetic services six days a week at Nirvana; He also conducts a Botox Clinic at Yeppoon on the first Saturday of each month.
Nirvan Cosmetic Clinic is the only Medical Cosmetic clinic in Central Queensland providing Cosmetic services with two dedicated Lasers, firstly a Norseld Vascular Laser for facial veins and lumps & bumps, and since 2009 the latest DOT Fractional laser for Facial Rejuvenation and Non-surgical Face-Lift. At Nirvana, you can be assured of the utmost care and attention, from the minute you call your dedicated adviser until months after your procedure.
We offer quality advice from our Doctor and our Aestheticians, and we're committed to delivering excellent cosmetic services and health care. Our patient advisers are highly experienced and they will help you to make the right decision about your cosmetic procedure. We pride ourselves on providing the highest standard in service and ethics.
The Skin Care Clinic, based in Hobart is run by registered nurses experienced in skin care and passionate about their holistic approach to creating with you the healthiest skin for you; which also looks and feels fantastic.
Please note that from May 2012 there are no client bookings being taken although ALL products are available via the website. If you register for our newsletter you will be informed when appointments recommence; it is not expected until December 2012 at the earliest.