AS the global economy recovers from the Covid-19 pandemic, the aesthetic services market globally is expected to revive, a situation in which Klinik Dr Inder is primed to meet the rising demand.
The clinic was founded by Datuk Dr Inder Kaur and located in PJ CentreStage, Section 13, Petaling Jaya.
Through determination and interest in aesthetic medicine, Inder has built up her clinic as a one-stop centre that provides full aesthetic services.
She said, “When people look good, their outlook on life changes. They become more confident, more pragmatic and thus contribute to positive vibes among family and friends.”
With years of experience in aesthetic medicine, she draws inspiration from her late father, a hospital assistant who instilled her with strong positive values that underscore service to society.
Inder believes success is the collective work of all staff and the conducive environment, as well as that quality healthcare starts from the initial consultation.
“Our aim is to give patients the feeling that we are beside them at all times throughout their journey with us,” she added.
From humble beginnings in 2015 with Inder as the sole doctor, Klinik Dr Inder today has four full-time doctors.
As a strong advocate of training, Inder channels her time, efforts and resources towards training her staff to be on par with the industry worldwide, positioning the clinic to offer optimal services to its growing clientele.
Inder adopts a holistic approach towards her patients, with whom she develops a bond that helps them not only look and feel good.
Among the accolades she has received are the Global Health, Asia Pacific Aesthetic and Hair Transplant Clinic of the year award for 2020 and 2021, the Global Excellence Award 2020 and the Anugerah Ikon Usahawan 2020.
She was also voted Female Entrepreneur of the Year 2020 by the Star Outstanding Business Awards.
Inder is also the president of Follicular Unit Extraction Malaysia Society, Diplomate of the American Board Of Hair Restoration Surgery and board certified in aesthetic medicine by the American Academy Of Aesthetic Medicine USA.
She is also passionate about research and development, with her recent publication being a ‘Case Study on Treating Hair Loss Caused by Synthetic Hair Implant’, the first Malaysian to have a paper published by the ISHRS forum.
Another case study on ‘Scalp Micro Pigmentation Corrective with Hair Transplant’ was also published in the Journal of Asia Pacific Aesthetic Sciences for the latest research and advancement in aesthetic medical practice.
She hopes to collaborate with a local university in medicine and pharmacy to conduct research and development in instruments and products.