DR RINO TRINGALI
Dr Rino Tringali is the founder and principal doctor of Norton Street Medical Centre and The Norton Clinic. Dr Tringali graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) from The University of Sydney. Dr Tringali developed special interests in skin cancer and aesthetic skin care, as well as in allergy and allergy testing.
In pursuing his interest in aesthetic and skin cancer Dr Tringali has attended numerous laser workshops in the field of cosmetic medicine, both in Australia and overseas.
Dr Tringali has also obtained several qualifications including: Certificate of Achievement in Integrated Skin Cancer , Professional Certificate of Dermatology and Professional Diploma of Aesthetic Medicine.
Today, Dr Tringali is an active member in international aesthetic medicine and frequently attends global conferences to remain abreast of the latest technology, treatments, research and skills in aesthetic medicine.
Dr Tringali is incredibly passionate and excited about the future of aesthetic medicine. In particular, the critical role that recent advancements in laser technology have to play in the area of non-surgical enhancement of one’s natural beauty.
DR GUI DU TOIT
MB ChB FRACGP
Skin Cancer & Cosmetic Physician
Member of Australasian College of Aesthetic Medicine
Dr Gui du Toit graduated from medical school at the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa in 1981. After two years compulsory military service as a doctor in the South African and Namibian outback, he continued his post graduate training in the departments of Plastic, Reconstructive and Cranio-Facial Surgery; General Surgery; Obstetrics and Anaesthetics at the Medical Universities of Stellenbosch, Cape Town and Pretoria in South Africa.
Prior to immigrating to Australia in 2009, he spent 10 years in rural Canada as a specialist (Proceduralist) GP during which time he obtained the Canadian medical degrees: LMCC and CFPC. During the last five years in Australia he obtained the FRACGP as well as Diplomas in Skin Cancer Medicine and Cosmetic Medicine.
He is passionate about the anti-ageing benefits of physical training, a healthy lifestyle and wonderful results of non-surgical facial rejuvenation with little or no down time versus surgical interventions with longer down time. He is an avid fitness fanatic and has done two Canadian Ironman races as well as many Olympic distance triathlons. He is a keen concert pianist and enjoys the artistic power of classical music.
DR HENNY TAMBOTO
(BSC, MB.BS, MS)
Dr Henny Tamboto received her medical degree from the University of New South Wales and has worked extensively in the public hospital sector, particularly in the fields of general practice, breast and plastic surgery.
She gained her Master of Surgery for her research in capsular contracture following breast augmentation. Her research was published in the leading specialty journal Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, and she was awarded the John Ham Medal by the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and the Surgical Research Society of Australasia Travel Grant.
From her surgical background, Henny has developed a special interest in skin health, in particular the management of skin cancer. She has undertaken several dermoscopy courses (Professional and Advanced Certificates of Dermoscopy, and Professional Diploma of Dermoscopy) to continually better her diagnostic skills and she also participated in the Skin Cancer Summit.
Her keen interest in skin health has organically expanded to the clinical use of laser in aesthetic medicine. To advance her knowledge and skills in this field, she undertook the ASAPS Anatomical Dissection and Cosmetic Procedures Workshop and attended the NonSurgical Symposium.
Henny believes modern non-surgical tools can help protect and enhance one’s natural beauty in all stages of life. At the Norton Clinic she offers laser treatment individually tailored to one’s skin type and concern. Furthermore, she will provide a complete skin examination as an integral part of an aesthetic consultation, as well as, for skin cancer screening and surveillance.