About Dr Karen Soh


About Dr Karen Soh

Dr Karen Soh, MBBS, Medical Director, is Singapore’s esteemed doctor, speaker and trainer in the field of medical aesthetics. With a wealth of experience, passion for this specialty, as well as a keen eye for detail, she expertly balances the art and science of beauty enhancement and has even formulated her own techniques of aesthetic transfiguration.

As a former medical director of Privé Clinic, Dr Karen Soh had been practising the masterful art of helping her patients look beautiful in a space that truly resembles her dedication to providing bespoke treatments suited to every individual. Now Medical Director of Laser Clinics Asia, she continues her desire to bring out the best in people of all ages. Dr Karen Soh is best known for her results-oriented regimen and she was one of the pioneer doctors to offer injectables for facial remodelling in Singapore.

Dr Karen Soh graduated as a Raffles Top Scholar before going on to obtain a Bachelor of Medicine from National University of Singapore in 1997. She has received training in surgery, intensive care, obstetrics, gynaecology, ophthalmology and anaesthesia. Dr Soh spent a year in Philadelphia, USA, where she developed an interest in anti-ageing medicine and received her training and certification from various institutions. Her interest in aesthetics was sparked off by her desire to help everyone, young and old, look and feel their best at every stage of their lives. Dr Soh is trained in Dermal and Hair Fillers, Non-Surgical Facelift, Anti-Ageing Treatments, Skin Resurfacing, Lasers, Light therapies, and a variety of minimally invasive Body Enhancement and Body Contouring Treatments. She attends seminars and trainings by international experts both locally and overseas, on a regular basis to stay at the forefront of the newest aesthetics technologies.

Dr Soh is an avid wine, jewellery and art collector who also enjoys scuba diving. She believes in living life to the fullest. Besides being a devoted mother of four lovely children (and makes it a point to cook for her family), she also serves on the committee of the Association for Women Doctors Singapore (AWDS) and spends time volunteering at nursing homes.