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MEET DR. GIDEON KWOK, DO

ABOUT DR. KWOK

BIO

Dr. Gideon Kwok is Co-owner and Medical Director to 8 Skin Perfect Medical Clinics in Southern California. His clinics are in the top 1% of US clinics, in several areas: Coolsculpting, Ulthera and the Galderma injectable portfolio of products.  

Dr. Kwok began working in the field of aesthetic medicine during his second year of Family Medicine Residency at UCLA. His passion for the field of aesthetic medicine started as a personal project to help his circle of friends with their skin issues.  He finds satisfaction and a sense of accomplishment  seeing the confidence that his patients exude post treatment. That drive and desire to help others is what keeps him at the forefront of the newest technologies and treatments.    

During his 15 years in the industry Dr. Kwok discovered his passion for training and education, becoming a national speaker and trainer. He is a national trainer for GAIN (Galderma), Cutera, Bioform (Radiesse), Merz, as well as a faculty member and trainer for MINT threads.

The Aesthetic Immersion was created by Dr. Kwok and his partner to help improve the industry treatment for standards and safety.  The field of aesthetic medicine is constantly evolving, with new information, techniques, and treatments released on a regular basis.  The duo had a vision to create an educational platform that set standards of care, fostered a sense of community and shared of knowledge amongst providers and students.

EDUCATION

  • Western University of Health Sciences D.O.​
  • UCLA/Santa Monica – Family Medicine Residency

WORK HISTORY

  • Started career in Aesthetics in 2004 – with Founding of Skin Perfect Medical Aesthetics​
  • Medical Director & Founder of 8 Medical Spa locations in Southern California​

EDUCATIONAL AFFILIATES

  • Global Advisory Board/Galderma Pharmaceuticals
  • Trainer/Speaker: GAIN (Galderma)
  • Trainer/Speaker: Cutera
  • Trainer/Speaker: Bioform (Radiesse)
  • Trainer/Speaker: Merz
  • Faculty/ Trainer: MINT PDO Threads