Founder of Derma Laser Clinics in 1999
Owner of The Derma Clinic Blackrock
Patricia founded the DermaClinic in 1999 which is a multi award wining and the first clinic in Ireland to specialise in lasers and medical aesthetic treatments. She is recognised as one of the most experienced and renowned practitioners in aesthetic medicine. Patricia works relentlessy to influence the standards in Aesthetic medicine and is the Vice Chairperson of DANAI Dermatology & Aesthetic Nurses Association Ireland. She also works as a trainer with Sinclair Pharma.
Patricia trained in the US with Dr. Bob Weiss in Baltimore and Dr. Patrick Bitter Jnr. in California. She did further training in the UK with Lumenis , Dr. Mervin Patterson. Her research is ongoing and she regularly attends international seminars on medical aesthetics. She has also presented lectures at IMCAS in Paris and at the FACE conference in London.
She is frequently asked to appear on TV participating in Ireland AM TV3, Midday TV3, The Afternoon Show RTE and numerous radio stations.
Dr. Vincent Wong is an award-winning, Save Face accredited, advanced medical aesthetics doctor who specialises in non-surgical cosmetic treatments. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Medicine (First Class Honours) from the University of St. Andrews, and a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery from the University of Aberdeen. He is a member of the European College of Aesthetic Medicine and Surgery and he is part of the editorial board for Aesthetic Medicine magazine. In 2013/4, he was also a member of the Advisory Panel for Safety in Beauty, a campaign to raise standards across the beauty industry.
A pioneer in his field, Dr. Vincent was one of the first doctors to use Iovera or ‘Frotox’, the original toxin-free, anti-wrinkle treatment. As well as practising from his Harley Street and London Bridge clinics, Dr. Vincent is also the official aesthetics doctor at London’s Bvlgari Hotel. Prior to completing his medical aesthetics training, Dr. Vincent gained extensive experience in general surgery, dermatology and plastic surgery.
Committed to the highest standards of aesthetics treatment, Dr. Vincent runs regular training courses and workshops for healthcare professionals, and mentors junior colleagues. He also presents his work and research at national and international conferences, including FACE (Facial Aesthetic Conference and Exhibition), and those hosted by the British Association of Plastics, Reconstructive and Aesthetics Surgeons (BAPRAS), and the British Association of Dermatology (BAD).
Sought after for his expert opinion, Dr. Vincent has featured in popular press and on television channels, including Sky TV, Fox TV, Levant TV, Fashion TV and Discovery Channel. He has also appeared on various radio chat shows, including BBC Radios.
Cormac Joyce is an Irish plastic surgeon and is on the specialist register of plastic surgery. He is the only full-time plastic surgeon in Ireland specialising in aesthetic or cosmetic surgery. Cormac was educated at Gonzaga College and went to Medical School at UCD before starting an intern in the Mater Hospital. He entered the higher surgical training scheme in 2013 and spend rotations in the major units in Ireland – University Hospital Galway, Cork University Hospital, St James’ Hospital, the Mater Hospital and St. Vincent’s Hospital. Upon completion of training, Cormac spent 18 months as a consultant in St Vincent’s Hospital before taking a post as Consultant Plastic Surgeon at the renowned BellaVou Clinic in Royal Tunbridge Wells, where he worked alongside Mr Amir Nakhdjevani. Cormac received further training in High Definition Liposculpture in Columbia from Alfredo Hoyos, and Cormac is the only Total Definer doctor in Ireland. He is based currently in the Avoca Clinic in Wicklow and DermaClinic in Monkstown. He also recently completed a Masters in Business Administration (MBA).
Cormac’s passion in aesthetic surgery is the facelift and he has pioneered a novel technique called the Re:Form facelift which he has also trademarked. The procedure is a full facelift but is carried out under local anaesthetic and there are no drains or bandages. The stitches are dissolvable and downtime is typically just a week. He carries out over 200 facelifts each year and this number is increasing.
Cormac is married to Melanie, a GP specialising in aesthetic medicine and they have four young daughters.