Fast recovery, visible results each session. I have Acne Scars on my cheeks and forehead regions since teenage years.
Dr Justin Boey was detailed in his consultation and explanation of the Fractional Laser. He told me that based on his experience, I would require 3-5 sessions of Fractional CO2 Laser combined with subcision and filler.
I had 2-3 days of bruising after subcision + filler and 2-3 days of redness after Fractional CO2 Laser. I see about 20-30% improvement after I have fully recovered from each session. So far, I have undergone 3 sessions and I am happy with the results.
Dr Justin was very friendly and thorough in his consult. He understood my goals and helped me to enhance my nose bridge and nose tip.
His painkiller injection was not painful and his caring staff helped to ease my anxiety. I felt slight pressure but no pain during the Nose Threadlift procedure. The procedure was quick and took about 15 minutes.
There was minimal swelling/bruising after the procedure and I was able to go back to work straight (I am in the Sales line). In terms of post procedure care, his caring staff called me back on the first 2 days to check if I faced any issues. Overall, a pleasant experience!
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What exactly does a Medical Officer in the SAF do?
How do Medical Officers decide who to "down PES"?
What happens to NSFs who try to "chao keng"?
These questions have probably crossed the minds of many Singaporean males who had to “report sick” to the medical centre at one time or another during their National Service.
I hope to share a bit more regarding this unique vocation in the military.
What are the long term effects of threadlifts over a 10 year period, and will skin elasticity and collagen be affected?
Thank you for question. Our body stops producing collagen in our mid to late 20's. Then, around age 30, our collagen production begins a long, unyielding decline. After age 30, our collagen level drops 1%-2% every year. By age 40, we have lost 10%-20% of our collagen stores.
This is why...
Thank you for your question. I agree with Dr Chua. As he rightfully mentioned, the Type and Severity of your scars as well as the experience of your doctor are important factors affecting cost of acne scar treatment.
Another factor is the type of Technology being used. For example, for ...