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Dr Anoop Rastogi
Dr Anoop Rastogi

Dr Rastogi grew up in the humble beachside city of Newcastle and proudly graduated from the University of Newcastle Medical School in 1989, which led to the beginning of his medical career.

After serving his residency in Australia, he travelled abroad to complete his advanced
training in cosmetic surgery.

The advanced training was under liposuction surgeon, Dr Georgio Fischer MD, Docteur Jean-Luc Bachelier in Paris and the then President of the European Academy for Cosmetic Surgery, Dr Anthony Erian, where Dr Rastogi trained at the Cosmetic Surgery units of Guys Hospital London, (Nuffield House) and the Cambridge Private Hospital.

Coming back home to Australia, Dr Rastogi set up his clinic in the heart of Double Bay, Sydney, seeing patients from across Australasia and around the globe.

Dr Rastogi is a fellow and the President of ACCSM (Australasian College of cosmetic Surgery and Medicine), whose mandate is to raise standards and protect patients through advanced cosmetic surgery training and education.

Previously, for ACCSM, Dr Rastogi held many titles, such as the Vice President,
Chairman of the Academic, member of the Ethics Subcommittee and the former Director of Training, training other surgeons in cosmetic surgery. Still to this day, Dr Rastogi continues his passion for teaching and education, training fellows of the ACCSM.

Additionally, Dr Rastogi was also an AHPRA surgical supervisor (Australian Health
Practitioner Regulation Agency), and on the AMC Project Advisory Group (Australian Medical Council), which set the standards for cosmetic surgical training in Australia.

Dr Peter Tran
Dr Peter Tran
Vice President

Dr Tran has procedural specific training in cosmetic surgery and a Fellowship of the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery and Medicine (ACCSM) in Surgery. He also holds a Surgical Fellowship of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery (FAACS), having been trained by leading Plastic and Cosmetic surgeons worldwide, he is skilled in addressing complex aesthetic surgical problems without compromising patient safety and care.

Dr Tran considers his patient’s well-being the number one priority, as such was the ACCSM representative to the Australian Breast Device Registry (ABDR) Steering Committee, a Commonwealth Government Health initiative which tracks the long-term safety and performance of breast implants Australia wide. In addition he sits on the advisory committee for high-risk cosmetic surgery data collection, and holds elected appointments as Vice President at the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery and Medicine, Chair of the ACCSM Cosmetic
Surgery Advocacy Committee, and Member of the Medical Advisory Committee (MAC) at Waratah Private Hospital. In these roles he is actively involved in advocacy, policy and regulation of Cosmetic Surgery.

Dr Ron Bezic
Dr Ron Bezic
Censor in Chief

Dr Ron Bezic is experienced in cosmetic Surgery and is a Surgical Fellow of the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery and Medicine ACCSM. He is the current censor in chief of the college, Council member and past president of the ACCSM and a winner of the Prof Moore Gold Medal at the completion of his training.

His practice is based at Waratah Private Hospital and his scope of practice focuses primarily on Breast and Body contouring surgery.

He also provides expert opinions in cosmetic surgery to AHPRA, the HCCC and the DPP. He also acts as an assessor and hearing member for the NSW Medical Council and NCAT. 

Dr Ronald Feiner
Dr Ronald Feiner
Secretary and Medical Dean

Graduating (UNSW) in 1977, Dr. Feiner had an earlier career in 
general medicine and surgery. 

Embracing the emerging field of minimally-invasive cosmetic medicine in 1999, training opportunities with internationally distinguished cosmetic surgeons became an inspiration to develop a personal treatment philosophy founded on contemporary aesthetic principles.

Dr. Feiner is the current Medical Dean of the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery & Medicine (ACCSM) and currently a member of the IMCAS Academy scientific board.

He has lectured and published on the topic of facial rejuvenation and liposculpture in Australia and internationally.

In 2012 he was invited to contribute a chapter for the book “Mini-Invasive Face and Body Lifts - Closed Suture Lifts or Barbed Threads”, titled: “Suture lifting and liposculpture integration in the creation of facial aesthetic harmony”.

Dr. Feiner considers that the science and art of the aesthetic proceduralist incorporates all the skills, knowledge and experience gained in one’s personal medical career pathway.

He has a passionate interest in minimally invasive treatments for facial rejuvenation that includes liposculpture, PRP enhanced fat grafting, suture lifting, blepharoplasty, injectable fillers and muscle relaxants. 

Dr Soo-Keat Lim
Dr Soo-Keat Lim

Dr Lim graduated with an MBBS from the University of Sydney in 1966 and has vast experience in family medicine, both in Australia and overseas. Since embarking on a career in cosmetic medicine in 1993, Dr Lim has acquired a commanding experience in a wide variety of cosmetic procedures. 

Dr Lim’s practice is The Ashbrooke Cosmetic Surgery in the Sydney suburbs of Crows Nest and Parramatta concentrating  in Tumescent Liposculpture under Local Anaesthetic.  He also offers a wide range of cosmetic injectable   treatments in Fillers & Muscle Relaxant Injections as well as Sclerotherapy.

A strong believer in, and advocate of, promoting the benefit of a strong united body to represent cosmetic doctors, Dr Lim is very involved with The Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery & Medicine (ACCSM) and is not only a Fellow of the Faculty of Medicine of the ACCSM, but also has a Fellowship in Lipoplasty awarded by the ACCSM.  He has served in the Council of the ACCSM for over 20 years and is also the current Treasurer.  He is the Chairperson of the ACCSM Liposuction Training Program.  A Mentor in Liposuction for the Surgical and Medical Registrars and a Mentor in the Medical Registrars’s training programme. He is in charge of the Liposuction Workshops run annually by ACCSM. He is also largely responsible for the establishment of the ACCSM Charitable Foundation through which the college  encourage its members and the cosmetic industry to donate funds towards deserving causes in the community. He has held the position of President of ACCSM in 2013 – 2015. He has been involved for many years now as a teacher & mentor in the ACCSM Injectable Training Workshops as well as those of some of the leading cosmetic companies in Australia.  He has also been involved in the organisation of Cosmetex from time to time since its inception. Cosmetex is one of Australia”s foremost Cosmetic Conference run annually by the ACCSM

In recognition of all the services he has given to the ACCSM he has been honoured with a Life Membership in the college. 

He is also a member of the Australian Medical Association.

In the non medical side of public life Dr. Lim has served as the President of The Chinese Australian Forum in NSW between 2004 – 2009 ( A voluntary organisation encouraging the Local Chinese community towards a Socially Cohesive and Harmonious Australia).

A/Prof Colin Moore
A/Prof Colin Moore
Council Member

A/Prof COLIN CM MOORE is the foundation President of the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery and Medicine. He is a surgical Fellow of the College and holds the Lipoplasty Diploma of the College.

His Academic career commenced in the 1970’s as lecturer and then senior lecturer in Paediatric Surgery at Monash University. He then spent 10 years in the Middle East (1983-1994) setting up Children’s surgical services in Abu Dhabi and Saudi Arabia at the King Faisal Specialist Hospital and research Centre where he established the unit over 5 years. He returned briefly to Australia and then was appointed head of the Department of Surgery and foundation Paediatric Surgeon at the King Khalid National Guard Hospital in Jeddah .
After two years in that position he returned to  Australia in 1994 and undertook a two year Fellowship inAesthetic Surgery following which he commenced practicing Cosmetic Surgery in the private sector in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

In 1999 he and colleagues formed the College (ACCS) with his being foundation President. He remained active in the College as a Councillor, Censor-in-Chief, examiner for the Fellowship exam of the College and continues as a Councillor and member of the Board of
Censors.  Throughout this time he was very active in the Registrar Training Program of the College both as an administrator and trainer of registrars. 

In 2014 he was instrumental in setting up the Breast Devices Registry which is administered by Monash university. In 2015 he was appointed Associate Professor in the Department of
Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine at Monash University which appointment is still current.


Dr Ansulette Kay
Dr Ansulette Kay
Council Member - Assistant Medical Dean

Fellow of Medicine ACCSM, MBChB, BSc 

Dr Ansulette Kay is a certified cosmetic physician located on the north side of Brisbane. Originally from South Africa, she immigrated to NZ, where she graduated from Medical School in 2003 (Otago University) after first obtaining a Bachelor of Science Degree majoring in Anatomy (1999, Otago University). 

Her love and appreciation of Anatomy led to an interest in Cosmetic Medicine, a career she pursued after moving to Australia in 2006. Her passion for providing a personalised experience led to the establishment of Youthful Concepts in 2011, where the emphasis is on building long term relationships rather than fast patient turn over. 

She is a Fellow of the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery and Medicine, currently holding the position of Assistant Medical Dean. She continually updates her knowledge and practical skills by attending numerous conferences and workshops in the field of cosmetic medicine, as well as overseeing and providing training for colleagues to raise the standards of care in Aesthetic Medicine in Australia. 

Dr Ansulette is passionate about promoting ethics in aesthetics – with the focus on identifying what’s in the best interest of our patients. Sometimes the safest, most ethical option might be offering no treatment, and cosmetic practitioners need to be empowered to have the ability and confidence to communicate this in an effective way – this starts with a good practitioner-patient relationship. 

“The more we inject someone, the more we become experts in their anatomy; the more we talk to them, the better we understand their motivations - which help us to guide their expectations. These are essential ingredients for delivering results they will love - in the safest, most ethical way possible.” 

Dr Lara Wetton
Dr Lara Wetton
Council Member

Dr Lara Wetton has over 14 years of training and practical experience in cosmetic surgery and medicine. She has gained experience both in Australia and overseas and has a special interest in cosmetic surgery of the face including blepharoplasty, brow lift, and facelift. She also performs breast surgery and body contouring.

Dr Wetton has worked with leading plastic and cosmetic surgeons in Australia and has gained valuable expertise from her work with world renowned plastic and cosmetic surgeons during her ongoing professional development overseas. Dr Wetton has published multiple scientific papers in peer-reviewed cosmetic surgical journals, and is a reviewer for one of the world’s
most well known aesthetic surgical journals. She has a reputation as a kind and caring doctor who deals honestly and professionally with all of her patients.

She has a private practice in Double Bay, Sydney, where she offers a wide range of surgical and non surgical cosmetic treatments.


  • MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, University of Adelaide, 2008
  • FACCSM (Surgical Fellow of The Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery and Medicine)
  • ACCSM Council Member
  • Associate Member, European College of Aesthetic Medicine and Surgery
  • Journal Club Convenor
Dr Charlotte Ying
Dr Charlotte Ying
Council Member

Dr Charlotte Ying is a fully qualified, Australian-trained female practitioner performing cosmetic surgeries and graduated from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland with Honours degrees in Medicine, Surgery and Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 
After completing her internship in Dublin, she relocated to Australia to further her career. 

Dr Ying found her passion whilst working as a Plastic, Reconstructive and Hand Surgery Registrar at The Canberra Hospital. There she excelled in her surgical skills and contributed to surgical education as a tutor for the Australian National University Medical School. Despite her busy working schedule, she managed to conduct and publish her researches on innovative treatments for finger injuries and hand diseases to present at conferences.

Dr Ying’s professionalism and hard work earned her an exclusive interview and a 2-
page article with The Canberra Times, titled “Surgeon Delivers Kindest Cuts”.

After several years of ‘fixing’ injuries, she realized that there is more to plastic surgery than reconstructing physical damage. “Not many surgical specialties concentrate on the patients’ needs and wants. I’m always interested in my patients’ stories, their experiences and how I can improve their lives as a whole.” Therefore in 2013, Dr Ying decided to enter the world of Cosmetic Surgery in Sydney, obtaining additional experience working alongside multiple renowned Plastic and Cosmetic Surgeons while completing her Fellowship training with the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery and Medicine. With the vast amount of clinical exposure, she has gained immense knowledge and technical skills in both surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures.  Dr Ying is constantly striving for improvement and has both attended and spoken in international cosmetic surgery conferences.

Dr George Calfas
Dr George Calfas
Council Member

A Founding member and Medical Fellow of both ACCSM and CPCA, owner director of GMC Cosmedical with clinics in Randwick and Narellan Sydney.

Qualifications: MB.BS UNSW, FACCSM(Med) and Board Member, FCPCA, Dip. Practical Dermatology (UK), Dip. Physical Medicine (University of Sydney).

Dr Calfas is experienced in a broad range of cosmetic medical procedures, radiofrequency devices is a national and international presenter and trainer and is skilled in laser medicine and surgery.

Dr Calfas has a long history of involvement in undergraduate and postgraduate training.

Dr Irene Kushelew
Dr Irene Kushelew
Council Member

Dr Irene Kushelew graduated in medicine from Flinders University in 1982. She has been practising cosmetic medicine for over 30 years and has been a trainer and mentor conducting over 500 workshops in her 23 years of training.  She takes great pride in providing holistic assessment and natural aesthetic results for her patients.

She has been a Fellow of the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery and Medicine since 2012 and past president of the college in 2018.

She takes great pride in her association with the ACCSM as the leading College in
Australia for training and standards in Cosmetic Medicine and Surgery.

She consults in Adelaide, Alice Springs and Darwin.