Dr. Jonathan Lee Yi-Liang
MA, MB BCh BAO, MRCSEd, MMed(Surg.), FAMS. Board Certified Diplomate, American Academy Aesthetic Medicine
Leading Aesthetic Doctor in Singapore & Established Consultant Surgeon
Dr. Jonathan Lee is a leading established consultant surgeon who specialises in Surgery of the Hand, Reconstructive Microsurgery, and also a leading aesthetic doctor in Singapore focusing on Aesthetic and Rejuvenative Medicine for Face, Skin and Body.
As a practicing surgeon, Dr. Lee brings clinical experience, technical precision, up-to-date knowledge and aesthetic refinement to his dedicated pursuit of consistent, superior, natural, cosmetically pleasing results - in this exciting and rapidly evolving field of medicine.
Dr. Lee believes in listening to your personal needs and desires, providing you with value-driven options, to allow you to make the best choices - “because no two patients are the same”. Treatments programmes are individually crafted and customised, often combining multiple non-invasive procedures to maximise results while minimising downtime.
Dr. Lee's most popular aesthetic procedures include minimally-invasive facial rejuvenation, acne scar remodelling and resurfacing using lasers, botox, dermal fillers and laser lipolysis for body contouring.
With two aesthetic clinics located at Parkway East Hospital in the Eastern part of Singapore and Mount Elizabeth Hospital in Orchard, Dr Lee is able to give you the best aesthetic advice in the location of your preference.
Dr. Lee’s passion is in the rapidly evolving science of aesthetic medicine, his love for making people beautiful, and working with his hands. Aesthetic medicine is his creative expression to help a person be the best version of themselves.
Having the experiences in delicate procedures of hand surgery, Dr. Lee applies the same attention to details to provide tailor-made treatments for aesthetic procedures. Ensuring the optimum results based on the patient's unique profile.
Beyond medical training and practices, Dr. Lee also an avid art collector and art enthusiast. He once took part in a sculpture for surgeon workshop to learn the human anatomy from aesthetic point of view as a part of finding synergy between medical and art.