Facial Aesthetic Procedures

B. Toxin is a natural purified protein. A toxin which is used to block nerve impulses and temporarily paralyse muscles that cause wrinkles. It is widely used now for facial ..

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Blepharoplasty Eyelid Surgery

About 50% of Asians do not have a double fold. The presence of a double fold will give the perception of a bigger and more attractive eye. There are generally ..

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Rhinoplasty Nose Surgery

Nasal augmentation is a procedure that increases the height of the nasal bridge to enhance the facial profile. This is achieved by inserting a silicone implant ..

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Otoplasty Ear Surgery

The 3 principal causes of prominent ears are failure of scaphal folding, conchal hypertrophy and earlobe protrusion. Enlarged earlobe, wide..

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Genioplasty Chin Surgery

The chin projection is an important component of the facial profile. A good nasal projection in the midface requires a strong chin in the lower face to ..

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Facelift

With aging the skin becomes lax and the tissue sag giving the problem of brow droop, cheek sagging, prominent nasolabial folds, jowls and wrinkles ..

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Body Contouring

Liposuction using the latest tumescent technique is the method of choice to shape the body. Despite conscientious exercise and dieting, there will..

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Breast Aesthetic Surgery

A well-formed and good size breast is recognized as a feminine asset. It is aesthetically pleasing and provides for easy fitting of clothes .There are commonly 2 groups of ..

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Breast Reconstruction

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women. Surgery to remove the breast is an important part of the treatment for cancer ..

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Microtia Reconstruction

There are 5 types of congenital ear deformities (Tanzer’s Classification). Type 1 Anotia (Complete Absence) , Type II ..

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Common Skin Lesions

Intradermal naevus is the most common pigmented skin lesion commonly called “mole”. They appear as skin nodules and vary ..

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Scars and keloid

There are generally 3 types of scars, namely keloids, hypertrophic scars and others including broad, uneven or pigmented scars ..

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