A higher nose bridge without surgery? Yes, it is possible.

Wish to have a sharper and higher nose bridge but too afraid to go under the knife for a nose surgery (rhinoplasty) and having to worry about the post-surgical complications? This is easily achievable with nose fillers, also known as non-surgical nose augmentation. The procedure takes only a few minutes and generally very safe. The best part is you are able to see the effects immediately without any downtime. While nose reshaping surgery will require you to take time off work to recuperate from post-operative bleeding and swelling, with nose...

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Common Lumps & Bumps – Keloids & Hypertrophic Scars

What are they? Keloids scars/ hypertrophic scars are a very common lesion. Practically everyone in Singapore knows or has seen someone with an unusually large firm fleshy (or sometimes red) lesion over the left deltoid region (the so-called BCG scar). Keloids and hypertrophic scars are formed by the body’s exaggerated healing response to wounds and injuries. When you get a cut or a wound the body will heal itself by closing the defect with fibrous tissue. This can sometimes leave a small mark known as a scar. Occasionally, the healing...

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Intense Pulsed Light – IPL

Intense-pulsed Light (IPL) Technology Intense pulsed light (IPL) (also known as photofacial or flashlamp therapy) is a popular  non invasive, light based skin rejuvenation to improve the appearance of photoaging skin as well as to restore a more youthful and brighter appearance. What can IPL treat?: 1)     Photoaging or sun damaged skin : characterized by fine lines and wrinkles, freckles, coarse or rough appearance, enlarged pores and dull texture 2)     Flat ,benign pigmentation problems ( brown age-spots, melasma or pregnancy...

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Hair loss

Hair loss is usually a gradual condition affecting millions of males and females and even children. Often hair loss becomes a distressing and even embarrassing problem to many. The pattern of hair loss can be localized (patchy) or diffuse. Although majority of hair loss is due to age-related hormone changes and in few cases caused by genetic contribution, It is important to get your condition reviewed by the doctor, as there are many other underlying acute or chronic conditions that can cause hair loss which is important not to be...

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Common Lumps & Bumps – Moles

Moles What are they? Moles, otherwise known as melanocytic naevi, are a common lesion seen on almost every part of the skin. They are formed by an accumulation of the skin’s pigment bearing cells (known as melanocytes). These accumulations may form within the epidermis or the deeper dermis of the skin. Based on their position within the skin’s layers,  moles may either be flat or raised. They also vary in color from skin-toned to brown, black or even pink. Moles may be present from birth (congential) or develop later on in life...

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