Dr Grace Lin MBBS BSc (Biomed) completed a Bachelor of Biomedical Science degree at Monash University before going on to complete her Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery Degree at the University of Queensland. She always had a strong interest in the cosmetic medical field and completed her cosmetic medical training in the United States of America in 2005.
Dr Lin's primary language is English but she is also fluent in Mandarin, Cantonese and Hokkien. She has conversational level Japanese.
Dr Lin has been working exclusively in the field of non-invasive cosmetic medicine since 2005. She is a Victorian trainer for major pharmaceutical companies (Q-Med: Galderma) in the use of cosmetic injectables. She has a particular interest in using dermal fillers to enhance, shape and rejuvenate the lips. She is a respected lip specialist and has performed over a thousand lip enhancement procedures. Her ability to create beautiful, natural looking lips makes her a popular cosmetic physician amongst professional models, dancers and actors.
Dr Lin has eight years of experience in performing anti-wrinkle injections, dermal fillers and cosmetic laser procedures. She is experienced in performing non-surgical face lifts and facial reuvenation using a complementary combination of all of the cosmetic medical techniques. She is one of the first Doctors in Melbourne to use Cosmetic Injections for calf remodeling, facial slimming and the treatment of hyperhidrosis. Her fluency in multiple languages means she often attends asian cosmetic medical conferences. She has a particular interest in introducing cosmetic medical techniques pioneered in Asia to Australian patients.
Dr Lin continues to update her skills and knowledge by attending conferences and seminars from around the world. Her technical skill and friendly manner have ensured Kiora is one of the most respected and largest cosmetic clinics in Australia. Dr Grace Lin works extensively to keep both her patients and the public informed of the latest cosmetic medical developments and is a regular Health and Beauty columnist for the Ozip magazine.
Grace also holds a degree in Biomedical Science and is in charge of researching and developing Kiora's medical-grade skin care range. In her spare time, Grace enjoys portrait painting and studying languages. She is fluent in most asian languages and is currently studying her fifth language, Japanese. Grace's well known capacity for hard work and devotion to her patients has only been dulled slightly by the recent birth of her second child and she remains Kiora's clinical director and head of training.