Dr Ahmed Alsultan

Aesthetic & Hair Restoration Doctor
Dr Ahmed Alsultan

Dr. Alsultan graduated from Otago University in 2008. Early in his career, he developed a passion for aesthetic plastic surgery, attending his first conference in facial plastic surgery in 2009. He underwent years of plastic surgery training, completing five years of accredited surgical training at different public hospitals. He also completed MS plastic and reconstructive surgery, endorsed by the Royal Australasian college of surgeons. He attained several postgraduate qualifications, including an accredited postgraduate diploma in surgical anatomy.

Dr. Alsultan is always striving for advancement in skills and knowledge. Aiming for quality and excellency, he embarked on other advanced fellowship-based surgical training in cosmetic plastic surgery by the Australasian college of cosmetic surgery. He ensures to attend workshops and conferences to be up to date with the lasted advancement in the field.

Dr. Alsultan has a particular interest in hair restoration. He has been performing hair transplant surgery with the latest technology in the market.

He thinks Hair is like a crown on peoples’ heads that is only observed by those who have lost it. Hair transplants can help with hair restoration and may have a positive impact on one’s life.

Dr. Alsultan offers advanced skin cancer surgery and an array of non-surgical rejuvenation procedures.

  • Hair transplants
  • PRP – Platlet rich plasma
  • Anti wrinkle injectables
  • Liquid face lifts and dermal filler
  • New collagen Bio stimulator
  • Plasma pen
  • Threads
  • Skin cancer check and mole/cyst removal

Dr Ahmed Alsultan

Medical Practitioner
No. MED0001647273

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Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery, University of Otago, New Zealand, 2008
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