Dr. Terence Tan
Medical Director, Halley Medical Aesthetics
MBBS (Singapore), MRCS (Edinburgh), M.Med (Surgery) (Singapore)
Driven by his passion to help people uncover their confidence through safe, effective, and non-invasive medical aesthetic treatments, Dr. Terence Tan founded Halley Medical Aesthetics in 2013 and Halley Body Slimming Clinic in 2019. Under his leadership, Halley Medical Aesthetics was awarded the “Golden Record Award” by Merz in 2016, 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021 for cutting-edge Ultherapy treatment. The clinic was also recognised for its experience and achievements in CoolSculpting with the “Club 1000” award in 2018 and “Club 2000” award in 2019 by Allergan.
Dr. Terence Tan is actively involved in research that will advance the care and treatment outcome of medical aesthetic treatments. He has a special interest in the use of CoolSculpting for body contouring, and his research has been presented in international meetings from Monaco and Spain to Japan, China, and the Middle East.
His study, “High Participant Satisfaction Achieved Using Cryolipolysis for Fat Reduction of the Abdomen and Flanks”, was published in the Aesthetic Surgery Journal in December 2021. The journal is a peer-reviewed international journal focused on scientific developments and clinical techniques in aesthetic surgery.
Dr. Terence Tan was also a member of several medical aesthetic and healthcare advisory boards and committees, including the Allergan Aesthetics Body Contouring Complication Advisory Board, Allergan Aesthetics Cryolipolysis Best Practices Advisory Board, and Allergan Aesthetics Clinical Study Plans and Data Gaps Advisory Board.
He has been a speaker in many medical conferences and is an advisor for various pharmaceutical companies including Allergan and Novo Nordisk, the company behind Weight Management pens like Saxenda.
Prior to setting up the Halley group of clinics, Dr. Terence Tan was the General Manager for the Specialist and Primary Care Division of Healthway Medical Group and Acting Vice President (Business Development) for the Parkway Shenton medical group.
Dr. Terence Tan has a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery and Master of Medicine (Surgery) from the National University of Singapore (NUS). He obtained his surgical qualifications with the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in 2003.