Scott Ingram, MD
Scott Ingram, MD
Cutera customer since 1999
It is hard to believe Cutera has been around for longer than 20 years. Why? Because, without knowing it, I’ve actually been with the company from almost the very beginning!
Despite the 20 years that have passed, I did not realize Cutera was little more than a fledgling start-up back then. Cutera has always been a company that has operated with a maturity beyond its years; the science and technologies always sound, the platforms reliable, flexible, durable and upgradable, and the applications and indications relevant and appropriate. What is more, Cutera has always had my back. I still have the very first device I purchased from Cutera almost 20 years ago, and I still use it every day! It has paid for itself many times over, it is still one of my “must-have”, “go-to” devices, and it still brings me a revenue stream I’m grateful to have. Best of all, my patients love it, they ask for it, and they keep coming back! Most importantly, they get great results (and they tell their friends…). I’m looking forward to another 20 years of innovation and results from Cutera, and more…
Scott Ingram, MD, is a specialist plastic surgeon with over two decades of experience.
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 qualifications with the RACS in two specialties, general surgery, and plastic and reconstructive surgery. Dr. Ingram has undertaken intensive training in reconstructive and aesthetic surgery and cosmetic treatments and has held positions as a full-time academic at the University of Queensland and the Director of Surgery at Mater Health Services.
In 2003 Dr. Ingram established his private practice, 'Form & Function Clinic,' now known as 'Renaissant Aesthetic Health,' a first-of-its-kind day surgery facility dedicated to the delivery of best-in-class care specifically for plastic surgery clients. 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.
Dr. Ingram 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. Dr. Ingram is a current board member and past President of the Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ASAPS). He 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.