Online Consultation

What is online plastic surgery consultation? Online plastic surgery consultation is provided to address your concerns regarding plastic surgery. This service allows you to discuss directly with Dr.Leow regarding your problems, appropriate surgical procedures and obtain necessary information before and after your surgery. Prior to your online consultation, you will need to fill up the questionnaire provided and take photographs to show the concerned areas that you desire to enhance. Your questionnaire form and photographs are required to be sent together by the e-mail provided to enable Dr.Leow to discuss the surgical procedure with you. Please be assured that all your medical information and photographs shared with Dr.Leow are highly confidential and will become part of your private medical record. During the online plastic surgery consultation, you are encouraged to discuss your goals, concerns and expectations of the surgical procedure that you desire. Following the online plastic surgery consultation, you will be able to schedule a tentative surgery date pending a regular consultation at Dr.Leow’s clinic. A regular clinic consultation is still required prior to your surgery. Many out of town or foreign patients schedule their regular clinic consultation 1-2 days prior to their scheduled surgery. If hotel accommodation is required, please do not hesitate to contact our friendly staff to arrange your hotel accommodation at best rate available in Ipoh.

Online Patient Questionnaire Form (Microsoft Word) (Click Here) 

Online Patient Questionnaire Form (PDF) (Click Here)

  1. Photo Instructions for Facial Plastic Surgery and Photo Samples

  • Please take your photographs in front of a plain background. For example, use a plain-coloured wall or plain-coloured sheet (white, blue or green colour is preferred) hung on a wall. The back ground should not be too dark or over exposed. Keep the camera angle straight forward. Do not angle down or up as this will also create an unnatural view of facial features.
  • Photos should be taken from top of head to just below the neck with collar bones visible. Facial features should be relaxed. No smiling or frowning, just a relaxed natural position. Keep jawline in a relaxed natural position. Do not try to push jaw out or “pose” as this will only obscure your natural jawline. Please be as relaxed as possible for best photo outcomes.
  • A total of 6 views are needed: 1 front view, 2 oblique (right and left) views, 2 side (right and left) views and 1 view with chin tilted slightly upward.
  • Photo Samples (Click Here)

2. Photo Instructions for Body Contouring Surgery and Photo Samples

  • Please take your photographs in front of a plain background. For example, use a plain-coloured wall or plain-coloured sheet (white, blue or green colour is preferred) hung on a wall. The back ground should not be too dark or over exposed. Keep the camera angle straight forward. Do not angle down or up as this will create an unnatural view of the abdomen areas.
  • Photos should be taken from just below your chin to above your knee. The whole torso area should be visible without any garment obscuring the area to be examined. Hands and arms should not be raised as this lifts the abdomen to an unnatural position. Do not “suck in” the abdomen as this also creates an unnatural position. Inhale and exhale out to completely relax your abdomen. Hands can rest on your hips with elbows bent naturally to the sides or rest naturally straight back. Please be as relaxed as possible for best photo outcomes.
  • A total of 6 views are needed: 1 front view, 2 oblique (right and left) views, 2 side (right and left) views and 1 full back view.
  • Photo Samples (Click Here)

3. Photo Instructions for Breast Surgery and Photo Samples

  • Please take your photographs in front of a plain background. For example, use a plain-coloured wall or plain-coloured sheet (white, blue or green colour is preferred) hung on a wall. The back ground should not be too dark or over exposed. Keep the camera angle straight forward. Do not angle down or up as this will also create an unnatural view of the chest areas.
  • Photographs should be taken from just below the neck with shoulders visible to just above the belly button. You will need to take your photos without any garments on; for example, no bras or shirts. Hands and arms should not be raised as this lifts the breasts to an unnatural position. Hands can rest on your hips with elbows bent naturally to the sides or rest naturally straight back. Please be as relaxed as possible for best photo outcomes.
  • A total of 5 views are needed: 1 front view, 2 oblique (right and left) views and 2 side (right and left) views of the breasts.
  • Photo Samples (Click Here)