The Skin Specialists & Laser Clinic is run by experienced accredited dermatologists. We specialize in seeing medical dermatology and laser treatments.
Monday - Friday : 0830 - 1730
Saturday : 0830 - 1300
Sunday : Closed
I have been seeing Dr Colin for dermatological problems for several years since his years in NSC and when he started his private practice. Other than his strong credentials and depth of experience in dermatology, I find his passion and concern for patients more admirable.
He has always been well informed with my condition and treatments and keen to share any latest treatments which could improve my condition. He is also very friendly and always a source of positive encouragement to me. Would definitely recommend his medical services to anyone who is looking for a reliable skin doctor.
The recent news on the data leak on individuals with HIV infection has reignited interest in HIV.
In particular, there have been calls to avoid discrimination of HIV individuals in the workplace and reduce the stigma associated with HIV.
Dr Colin Theng explains the HIV virus and how it is transmitted.
In recent years, there has been an increasing demand for dermatology services at Singapore's National Skin Centre (NSC). One of the top 10 skin diseases treated at NSC is Psoriasis; a condition affects approximately 1-2% of the population in Singapore.
Psoriasis is a chronic, non-contagious skin condition that occurs when your skin cells multiply and are replaced too quickly. Often, it is accompanied by inflammation. As a result, the condition appears as red scaly patches.
DoctorxDentist invited Dr Colin Theng, a fully accredited dermatologist and the president of the Psoriasis Association of Singapore, to answer readers' questions on the causes and treatment options for psoriasis.
You've finally decided to settle down, but want to be sure that you are free of sexually transmitted infections. What should you do, and where do you turn to?
STD screening is important, as it prevents the spread of disease to others. Many STDs are treatable.
We all love travelling, and I for one love beach holidays and hiking off the beaten track.
There are many things Singaporeans love to bring back from our travels, but a bad skin rash is certainly not one of them.
Bedbugs were all over the news headlines recently, with Scoot and Singapore Airlines passengers complaining of being bitten during their flights. Unfortunately, bed bug bites are just one of the skin conditions that I often see in returning travellers.
Psoriasis is a chronic, inflammatory skin disease. While the causes and risk factors are still unknown, researchers believe the two main culprits are your genes and your environment.
Currently, there is no cure for psoriasis, but there are treatments to help relieve symptoms.
Learn more about this chronic and unpredictable disease from Dr Colin Theng, as he hosts a QnA session where he answers all your questions.