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Dr Ho Rui Ming

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 M-Aesthetic Clinic

Royal Square @ Novena, #18-07, 101 Irrawady Road, Singapore 329565

Phone: 83397895
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About Dr Ho Rui Ming

Dr Ho Rui Ming currently serves as the Medical Director for M-Aesthetic Clinic, with expertise in thread lift procedures and acne scar treatments. He has performed aesthetic treatments including Silhouette Soft, PDOs, Korean threads, PLLA etc. Dr Ho completed his masters in Clinical Dermatology at St John’s Institute of Dermatology in the UK. He also achieved a specialist Diploma in Aesthetic Medicine by the American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine. A firm believer in staying up-to-date on medical issues, Dr Ho has also been awarded Certificates of Competence by Aesthetic Dermatology Educational Group and the Dermatological Society of Singapore. 

 

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  • MBBS (Australia)
  • MSc Clinical Dermatology (UK)
  • Dip. Aesthetic Medicine (American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine)

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Elsie
6 Feb 2018 | Report
Went in today for a consultation at Chrysalis Aesthetic Clinic. Royal Square @ Novena, #18-07, 101 Irrawady Road .Meet Dr Ho to evaluated my face for the treatment that needed to be done for today, . You know first thing is, I read all the reviews before my initial appointment. Howe...
Rachel
8 Jun 2017 | Report

I am very impressed with this procedure. There was definitely an immediate ‘lift’ effect. There is no downtime; I went to work the very next day wearing my normal makeup and worked a full day.

Sally Grace
19 Aug 2018 | Report

I am always happy whenever I go to Dr Ho for any kind of skin care treatment! He is very professional, kind and patient.

I can strongly recommend anyone to Dr Ho 👍 !!

Ian
19 Aug 2018 | Report
Dr Ho was an excellent doctor who provided me with all explanation during my pigmentation treatment. This was my first time, and he patiently talked through the procedure. The results were amazing with little downtime. Will highly recommend, and go back again in future.
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This Singaporean Aesthetic Doctor Shares His Advice How To Treat Cystic Acne
This Singaporean Aesthetic Doctor Shares His Advice How To Treat Cystic Acne

Ah! Those growing pains. For some of us, they sometimes carry on long into adulthood… Acne can happen to people in their 20s and 30s, and even beyond that. It's one of the top reasons why people to visit a dermatologist. 

There are 3 stages of acne, with cystic acne being the most severe form. People who suffer from cystic acne have a lot of red, tender, and painful bumps (papules and pustules).  

Some of these bumps are hard, while others are soft and filled with pus. If one of them bursts, the infection can spread, causing more breakouts. It's one of the hardest types of acne to successfully treat. 

Dr Ho Rui Ming, an aesthetic doctor answered a couple of tough reader questions regarding cystic acne. Here's what he had to say.

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Hi there, As Dr Chin has mentioned, the TCA CROSS procedure is considered a strong treatment and depending on the strength/concentration of TCA Acid used, the resulting PIE can take weeks to months to fade. 2- 4 weeks will be considered quick for higher concentrations used. Ho...
13 May 2019
Hi, Ice pick scars and smaller box scars are suitable for punch excisions. The scar unit is removed by the punch and stitched up, thereby replacing these scars with a linear/straight scar instead. Subsequent skin resurfacing treatments (such as the CO2 laser) can then be ut...
14 May 2019
Hi there, Thank you for your photos. Personally, I would recommend a combination approach of: 1) Subscision with collagen stimulators/ spacers 2) Fractional Skin Resurfacing (eg. CO2 lasers) 3) Fillers Do note that fillers are not permanent and last 9 - 12 mths...
11 Apr 2019
Hi there, Thank you for your photos. From those photos, you have a combination of Box and Ice Pick scars. Treatments wise, I would advise a combination of the TCA CROSS technique and Fractional CO2 lasers. For the TCA CROSS technique, high concentration TCA Acid will be ad...
25 Mar 2019
Hi there, From your photo, you do have rolling scars and some box scars. I would recommend a combination of subscision (+/- collagen stimulators), fractional CO2 lasers and fillers. Multiple sessions will be required for your case with an interval of at least 4 weeks. Results ...
11 Mar 2019
Hi there, Your photo is blurred but it looks like you have mainly rolling and box scars. Additionally, it does look quite tethered down as well. Personally, I would recommend a combination of treatments to release the scars and smoothen them. These would include subscision, laser skin ...
22 Feb 2019
For treatments that addresses BOTH pigmentation and large pores in the same session, it would really depend on whether: a) You will be able to accomodate downtime/ redness after the procedure b) The type of pigmentation that you have (we will have to generalise for now as th...
2 Jan 2019
From your photo, you do have different types of scars (Ice picks, Box, Rolling) that will require a combination of different treatments to treat each of them. Each scar type respond differently to each treatment which is why a combination of treatments is necessary to produce op...
11 Dec 2018
Thank you for the photo. From the photo, I would recommend a combination of Subscision + fractional eCO2/ HA Fillers. These treatments will help to release the scar, break the thick fibrous bands up and stimulate collagen to smooth the skin and make the scar less depressed. Fillers have the b...
21 Nov 2018
For pores, there are several effective treatments available that can address this issue: Venus Viva Radiofrequency Thulium Laser Fractional CO2/ Erbium Collagen stimulators Hollywood Peel with the Specta XT laser (no downtime) Chemical peels Each treatment...
9 Nov 2018
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Hi there, Thank you for your photos. Personally, I would recommend a combination approach of: 1) Subscision with collagen stimulators/ spacers 2) Fractional Skin Resurfacing (eg. CO2 lasers) 3) Fillers Do note that fillers are not permanent and last 9 - 12 mths...
11 Apr 2019
Hi there, Thank you for your photos. From those photos, you have a combination of Box and Ice Pick scars. Treatments wise, I would advise a combination of the TCA CROSS technique and Fractional CO2 lasers. For the TCA CROSS technique, high concentration TCA Acid will be ad...
25 Mar 2019
Hi there, From your photo, you do have rolling scars and some box scars. I would recommend a combination of subscision (+/- collagen stimulators), fractional CO2 lasers and fillers. Multiple sessions will be required for your case with an interval of at least 4 weeks. Results ...
11 Mar 2019
Hi there, Your photo is blurred but it looks like you have mainly rolling and box scars. Additionally, it does look quite tethered down as well. Personally, I would recommend a combination of treatments to release the scars and smoothen them. These would include subscision, laser skin ...
22 Feb 2019
From your photo, you do have different types of scars (Ice picks, Box, Rolling) that will require a combination of different treatments to treat each of them. Each scar type respond differently to each treatment which is why a combination of treatments is necessary to produce op...
11 Dec 2018
Thank you for the photo. From the photo, I would recommend a combination of Subscision + fractional eCO2/ HA Fillers. These treatments will help to release the scar, break the thick fibrous bands up and stimulate collagen to smooth the skin and make the scar less depressed. Fillers have the b...
21 Nov 2018
Personally I have never performed TCA CROSS at a 30% concentration because it is too low a concentration to produce results (if any). A 80% concentration for your case would be a good starting point. Subsequently, skin resurfacing treatments such as the Fractional CO2 laser ...
26 Oct 2018
From your photos, you do have a combination of different types of scars which is not uncommon in acne scar patients. The types of acne scars you have are Ice pick scars, Box car scars and Rolling scars. Different scars do require different treatment modalities as there is ...
14 Aug 2018
I usually combine different treatments for such cases. This include topicals, oral medications and machine driven treatment. For your case, besides topical antibiotics, oral Isotretinoin (eg.Oratane) will be worth considering in combination with machine-driven treatment suc...
3 Aug 2018
From your picture, those look like clogged pores / closed comedones. There are several treatments available to improve and smooth the skin. I usually combine treatments for this condition so as to achieve as optimal a result as possible. 1) Topicals I would recommend ...
6 Aug 2018
Topical lightening creams and pigment-specific lasers would be my treatment of choice. Multiple sessions will required for optimal results. Such birthmarks are generally more challenging to treat and complete clearance may not be possible. Hope that helps. All the best!...
24 Jul 2018
Personally, my 1st line treatment for an acne outbreak would be: - Topicals (Isotretinoin, antibiotics etc) - Oral antibiotics - Supplemented with machine driven treatments such as lasers (carbon lasers as mentioned) I would advise to hold off your remaining Acnexe...
24 Jul 2018
Melasma is a tricky condition to treat as there are many factors involved and the pigment can be situated superficially, deep in the skin or a combination of both superficial and deep. However, there are treatments available to treat this condition via different pathways. Pe...
19 Jul 2018
You do have a range of acne issues namely active acne papules, clogged pores/ closed comedones and Post-Inflammation Hyperpigmentation (PIH) ie those dark spots. Treatment for your acne will include: - Topical antibiotic creams - Oral medications (antibiotics, isotreti...
18 Jul 2018
In pregnancy, treatment options do get more limited due to safety issues. Topical treatments are generally safer and include: - Benzoyl peroxide - Clindamycin - Erythromycin - Glycolic acid - Azelaic acid - Salicylic acid (only in low concentrations and to be used with caution) ...
12 Jul 2018
It would be best to get that skin lesion examined and treated as soon as you can. Treatment is aimed at treating infection and resolving the inflammation as the sequelae would be scarring. Depending on the examination, treatment can include coverage with antibiotics, injection...
3 Jul 2018
For such hypertrophic scars, I would advise steroid injections and lasers to flatten the scar, as well as to lighten it. Multiple sessions will be required for optimal results. Hope that helps. All the best!
28 May 2018
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