Dr Terry Loong

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Dr Terry Loong

After successfully recovering from early stage cervical cancer and an emotional breakdown at the age of 29 years old, Dr Terry changed the way she practised in her clinic, helping women to prevent premature aging and helping them redefine their experience as they grow older.

Dr Terry graduated from Guy’s, King’s and St. Thomas’ Hospital, London in 2002 and completed her postgraduate qualifications with the Royal College of Surgeons. Due to her passion for beauty, she concentrated her efforts in cosmetic medicine, providing more natural non-surgical procedures in putting the twinkle back in her client’s eyes and a step in their walk again. She has also studied from top leaders in the antiaging, aesthetic and alternative health industry, providing a holistic approach to youth.

With her gentle touch and artistic eye, Dr Terry strives to provide the best advise, treatment and care for her clients. She is best known for understanding her clients, being fully supportive throughout and giving them educated choices. Working with her team at Harley Street, she leaves her clients feeling amazing, confident and feeling completely taken care of. 

Dr Terry is a member of the Independent Doctors Federation, Institute of Functional Medicine, British Menopause Society, British College of Aesthetic Medicine and the Royal Society of Medicine. 

Web Address: http://www.drterry.com Email Address: info@drterry.com

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