Dr. Peter Peng Hsien Li

[ Dermatologist, Taiwan ]

Dr. Peter Peng is a board certificated dermatologist and dermatologic surgeon in Taiwan. He is the Founder & Director of Dr. Peng’s Dermatological, Cosmetic and Laser Clinic in Taiwan. In 2017, he opened the second clinic, International Dermatological Clinic in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Since 2012, Dr. Peng offered his clinical treatment in Shanghai and other cities of Mainland China few times every month. Dr. Peng has treated over a hunDr.ed thousand Asian patients in Taiwan and China, with toxins, fillers, thread lift, lipolysis, lasers & EBD, or a combination of them.
With two decades of experience, Dr. Peng is a world-renowned expert and has been invited to share his innovative aesthetic approach in over 200 events across Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia , North and South Americas. Dr. Peng has authored numerous publications. He also the reviewer for Journal of European Dermatology &Venerology, Dermatologic Surgery, Lasers in Medical Science, Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology and Journal of Cosmetic Laser Therapy. Dr. Peng sits in editorial advisory board for The Aesthetic Guide and The Asian Aesthetic Guide.
Dr. Peng holds many positions professional affiliations including Taiwanese Dermatological Society, President of Laser and Photonics Medicine Society of Taiwan, Executive Director of Taiwanese Dermatological Association, Director of Taiwanese Society for Dermatological& Aesthetic Surgery, Past President of Taiwan Society of Hair Restoration Surgery, Board of Directors for ISDS, Board of Directors for DASIL, Director of International Medicine Affairs Committee, Kaohsiung city Medical Association, founding member of The Chinese Society of Cosmetic Surgery & Antiaging Medicine and International Fellow of AAD, ASDS, ASLMS, ESLD, DASIL.

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