Dr Ed Omarjee’s journey to become a cosmetic physician started in Dublin at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, where he studied medicine. He then returned to Australia, completing his studies at the University of Tasmania and graduating with Honours in 1999 with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery. Next, Dr Ed Omarjee completed the Basic Surgical Trainee program with the Royal Australian College of Surgeons at The Alfred Hospital before going into a focused general practice. He also became a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2006.
It was around this time that Dr Ed Omarjee began to pursue his interest in cosmetic medicine and phlebology by undertaking further study and clinical training to qualify as a cosmetic physician. Dr Ed Omarjee has since worked with many highly regarded cosmetic surgeons and phlebologists, both within Australia and abroad, including France, Bulgaria and the United States.
As a qualified cosmetic physician, Dr Ed Omarjee has training in laser therapy, micro and ultrasound-guided sclerotherapy, dermatoscopy and skin surgery. He also has extensive experience in anti-ageing procedures like dermal fillers and anti-wrinkle injectables.