Risk Awareness for Patients Exploring Clinic Treatments Online

“All cases featured on this clinic’s website necessitate a signed consent form from the patient. Upon obtaining the patient’s consent, the website serves as a treatment point of reference for online users. Furthermore, terms utilized on the website for surgical or medical beauty treatments differ from those commonly used in the industry or media. If any terms raise uncertainty or questions, we encourage you to notify our clinic via the messaging system or by phone. We greatly appreciate your feedback. Should any content be deemed inappropriate or violate medical regulations, our clinic will promptly rectify and remove the information. We ask for your understanding and forgiveness.

[Taichungbishop] Announcement from the Ministry of Health and Welfare of the Executive Yuan: ‘Aesthetic medicine’ generally involves the application of invasive or minimally invasive medical techniques by qualified physicians to enhance the body’s appearance, rather than primarily treating diseases. This practice is conducted by certified doctors using medical technology and involves low-invasive procedures to ‘enhance’ the body’s appearance. It is governed by the Ministry of Health and Welfare’s Medical Registration No. 0990262180 and the Ministry of Health’s Medical Registration No. 1031662939, requiring manual approval. In cases of off-label use, physicians must clearly explain the rationale and potential risks to patients and obtain their consent before proceeding. Specific indications, contraindications, and potential side effects are explained on a case-by-case basis.

This website prohibits any internet service provider from replicating its online content for click-through access. However, this restriction does not apply to individuals accessing the website (domain) of a medical institution directly via internet searches or hyperlinks.

Risk Warning: All surgeries carry inherent risks, and thorough evaluation is advised. [New]”

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