Davin Lim, MBBS, FACD

Davin Lim, MBBS, FACD

Brisbane Dermatologist
5.0 out of 5 stars 5.0 stars from 3 reviews
185 Moggill Road
Brisbane, QLD 4068 Australia
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5 out of 5 stars

NO More Scars- with Filler Injections. Brisbane, AU

Fantastic doctor, I first trusted him with a Botox procedure last month for under arm sweating, now my scars. He is very easy to talk to and down to earth. His injections are very good- gentle. He comes up with a solution for your problem and gets to know who you are, rather than concentrating on just the procedure. If you have scars, I recommend him. The only downside, you got to wait a few weeks to see him as he is very popular.

5 out of 5 stars CO2 Laser

Bad Facial Scarring Affecting Confidence, CO2 Laser Provided Good Improvements to Appearance of Them. - Taringa, Australia

Dr. Lim was professional, knowledgeable and very caring. He understood the scarring on my face was causing a great deal of emotional trauma and was able to recommend the correct laser to give me the best result possible

About Davin Lim, MBBS, FACD

Davin Lim, MBBS, FACD practices in Brisbane at Westside Laser Dermatology as a Dermatologist. Dr. Davin began participating on RealSelf in 2014, and has achieved "Distinguished Member" status. The doctor has 12 years of experience providing cosmetic and aesthetic medical services.

Consultation Fee

Dermatologist only performing cosmetic and laser dermatology

Treatments offered at Westside Laser Dermatology

Blog Posts and Articles

BOTOX for excessive underarm sweating is now covered in Australia

Axillary hyperhidrosis, also known as excessive underarm sweating is a common condition. 3-4 % of people living in hot cities like Brisbane and the Gold Coast will suffer from this embarrassing and uncomfortable condition. Mild cases of armpit sweating can be treated with antiperspirants such as Driclor, Rexona Sport or Dove Clinical, however if you suffer from moderate sweating, these anti-sweating agents either causes skin irritation or simply don’t...

BOTOX for underarm sweating- the real truth...

OK, everyone knows the deal with Botox for the treatment of underarm sweating. It works, and it works well. I started Sweat Free Clinics in Australia nearly 3 years ago. Since then, clinics in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne came on board. Sweat Free is a society for like minded individual to treat patients who suffer from excessive sweating. The great news is that we collect and share data. Now for some facts on BOTOX and its use for sweating in Australia. I have done a data...

$2 a day for a sweat free life?

Yes, that' is less than a cup of coffee for having no more sweaty armpits. Since the Medicare and PBS rules came into play just over 3 years ago, Australians who visit an accredited Botox HH or Hyperhidrosis Specialist can get this procedure for just over $400 dollars. Yes, that is saving more than $900 before the rebate. Most patients are sweat free for 6-8 months after Botox injection, and that works out to about 2 bucks per day. Axillary or underarm hyperhidrosis is very common. I...

How to assess acne scars?

By Dr Davin S. Lim Consultant Laser and cosmetic dermatologist Assessing acne scarring is THE most important step in planning a treatment program. How do I do it? Well, it depends on the type of scarring. Simple scar such as box car scarring, and ice pick scars can easily be seen with incident light, so picking up these scars are as simple as looking at your skin under bright lights, and mapping them out. Some scars are tricky to pick- these include...

Education / Training

Undergraduate: University of Queensland
MBBS, FACD, Cosmetic and laser dermatologist
American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine
Mater Hospital
Princess Alexandra
Royal Brisbane Hospital
Clatterbridge Hospital, UK
Beaumount and Drogheda Ireland
Fellowship: The Australasian College of Dermatologists (FACD)

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