Dr Dahlia Tauber M.B.B.S. (HONS) F.R.A.C.G.P. FCPCA received her Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery with Honours at Monash University and completed her Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practice. While working in a skin clinic with a renowned leading Cosmetic Dermatologist, her passion for non-surgical cosmetic medicine began over 20 years ago. Dr Dahlia Tauber has since spent years developing this passion and is a highly skilled and experienced cosmetic physician, having worked in the cosmetic medical arena for over 20 years. Dr Dahlia Tauber has worked extensively with many modalities to improve the skin and aesthetic appearance including Dermal Fillers, Anti Wrinkle Injections, Lasers, Facial Peels, and many others. With her passion for aesthetic medicine, she founded Face To Face Medical Clinic in 2002.
Dr Dahlia Tauber is also a Fellow of the Cosmetic Physicians College Of Australasia, (CPCA). She is the author of the widely used national training manual in the use of Anti Wrinkle Injections and is a national and international clinical trainer and lecturer in the use of Dermal Fillers and Anti Wrinkle Injections and in the treatment of Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating). She is a past Victorian State Representative of the CPCA and is involved as an examiner for graduates of the CPCA.
Even though Dr Dahlia Tauber is an educator having lectured at many conferences and workshops over the years, she continues to attend conferences and seminars to remain abreast of the very latest cosmetic techniques and technology.
Dr Dahlia Tauber well understands the needs of her patients and uses non-invasive techniques to improve appearance while maintaining a natural look. Assessments and treatments are individualized with consideration of distinct facial structure and patient goals. Coupled with a thorough understanding of facial anatomy and an eye for aesthetics, Dr Dahlia Tauber can offer results that are as appearance-changing as they are subtle.
Her goal is to create natural beauty without making a person appear unnatural or “fake.” She believes that a person’s natural beauty should be enhanced, not altered.