Verified Plastic Surgeon
Dr. Scott Ingram

Scott Ingram

  • Renaissant Aesthetic Health
  • East Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
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Dr. Scott Ingram


MBBS FRACS (Gen) FRACS (Plast) FACS CIME | Specialist Plastic Surgeon

I am extremely proud to lead a team of expert professionals, all of whom share in

my dedication to enabling you, the people we serve, to achieve your best possible


Together, we perform seamlessly, using our minds and our might, our hands and

our hearts to heal and enhance lives.

Each and every Renaissant team member makes an unwavering promise to our

clients – as aesthetic health advisors and practitioners it is always you and your

goals at the centre of our practice.

Regardless of your journey, through challenges and change, you are, Always You.

Dr Ingram is a specialist plastic surgeon with over two decades of experience as

a specialist. His comprehensive training and experience in reconstructive and

aesthetic plastic surgery is world-class and second to none.

Dr Ingram is a graduate of the University of Queensland School of Medicine

(MBBS) and Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS),

achieving full specialist qualifications with the RACS in two specialties, general

surgery and plastic and reconstructive surgery. Dr Ingram is also a Fellow of the

American College of Surgeons (FACS), and thus holds three specialist surgical

qualifications. In addition, Dr Ingram has undertaken further intensive training in

reconstructive and aesthetic surgery and other cosmetic treatments in Australia

and abroad. Dr Ingram’s training could not be more comprehensive.

As a specialist Dr Ingram has held positions as a full-time academic at the

University of Queensland and as Director of Surgery at Mater Health Services.

In 2003 Dr Ingram established his own private practice, the ‘Form & Function

Clinic’, now known as ‘Renaissant Aesthetic Health’.

Dr Ingram is an active member of several Australasian, American and other

International professional bodies including plastic surgery, aesthetic plastic

surgery, hand surgery and head and neck surgery societies. A current board

member and past President of the Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic

Surgeons (ASAPS), Dr Ingram is also a regular faculty member for the Melbourne

Advanced Facial Anatomy Course (MAFAC), teaching facial aesthetic surgery

techniques to other specialists in Australia and overseas.

Dr Ingram continues an active interest in research and teaching, publishes

frequently and is often invited to speak at national and international conferences

and meetings.

With a deep, genuine passion for healing and enhancing lives. Dr Ingram

understands that every patient has unique aesthetic health goals, and places great

emphasis on connecting with empathy and understanding to uncover, explore

and achieve these goals. He uses his extensive knowledge, expertise, skill-set and

experience to achieve optimal aesthetic and functional outcomes, with the best

possible recovery and least possible downtime.

Dr Ingram is a surgeon who strongly believes in blending his surgical techniques

with non-surgical treatments and proven technologies to deliver a comprehensive

program through each client’s entire aesthetic journey. These qualities set Dr

Ingram apart from other surgeons.

In 2016 Dr Ingram took the bold step of expanding his private practice, then the

‘Form & Function Clinic’, into a fully-fledged clinic and day hospital, ‘Renaissant

Aesthetic Health’. In doing so Dr Ingram has established a first-of-its-kind day

surgery facility dedicated to the delivery of best-in-class care specifically for

plastic surgery clients.

Renaissant Aesthetic Health is a government-licenced facility with comprehensive

capabilities and a primary focus on the individuality of each client. Their safety

comes first, followed closely by efficacy, efficiency, the overall patient experience,

and outcomes; goals reflected in those of its founder, Dr Ingram.



MBBS, FRACS (Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery), FACS, CIME