SGC Clinic is an aesthetic and dermatology centre specialising in a range of non-and minimally invasive skin care and anti-ageing treatments. It is conveniently located in Ermita, Philippines, which is in close proximity to the Manila International Airport. It caters to both local and international patients who wish to take advantage of high quality but affordable aesthetic services including Botox, warts removal, skin tightening, facial contouring, platelet rich plasma therapy, and stem cell therapy, among others.
The clinic is helmed by Dr. Sidney Cu, an aesthetic medical doctor with over 12 years of experience. He graduated from De La Salle University with a Doctor of Medicine degree in 2002. Following the completion of his medical internship, he completed a three-year dermatology residency programme at the Dermatology Institute Foundation of the Philippines. He also completed his training in cosmetic surgery, dermatologic surgery, and laser technology in Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan as well as his fellowship in cosmetic surgery at the Philippine Society of Cosmetic Surgery.
Combining his expertise, years of training, and genuine care for his patients, he aims to deliver the best, natural-looking results without compromising patient safety and comfort.
Dr. Sidney Cu completed his Doctor of Medicine degree from De La Salle University and his Bachelor of Science in Nursing from St. Dominic Savio College. With a keen interest in aesthetic medicine, he completed his dermatology residency programme from 2006 to 2009 at the Dermatology Institute Foundation of the Philippines. He also pursued his training in cosmetic surgery, dermatological surgery, and laser technology at Shinagawa Cosmetic Surgery Clinic in Tokyo, Japan (2010) and his fellowship in cosmetic surgery at the Philippine Society of Cosmetic Surgery (2011-2013). Driven to continuously improve patient outcomes, Dr. Cu invests in continuing education and regularly attends relevant seminars and training programmes both in the Philippines and abroad including the United States, Hong Kong, Japan, and Korea.