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Dr K K Chew

MBBS, Dip Dermatology (UK), Dip Occ Medicine (NUS)
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NU.U Aesthetics & Wellness

Paragon Medical Suites
290 Orchard Road
#09-18/19
Singapore 238859

Phone: 67329989
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About Dr K K Chew

Dr KK Chew is the Founder and Medical Director of NU•U Aesthetics & Wellness Clinic located at Paragon since 2004. He is also the past Vice President of the Singapore Society of Aesthetic Medicine and currently serves as its Honorary Advisor. He is the key opinion leader for various aesthetic companies including lasers and body contouring devices.

Highly skilled in the use of fillers, Dr Chew is a key regional trainer for the Restylane brand of dermal fillers, as well as a member of the Restylane Filler Advisory Board (Asia). Under his direction, NU•U has stood firmly by the core practices that have cemented our reputation and earned a loyal client base.

This means providing not only the best and most appropriate treatments for patients but also warm, hospitable service that makes YOU feel at home.

Dr Chew’s guiding philosophy has been that every face and person is unique and everyone will have their own aspirations and visions. He believes in treatments that enhance and refresh your appearance without changing the essence of who you are.
 
He trusts that you will discover your new you (NU.U).

Education

  • MBBS
  • Post Grad Diploma in Practical Dermatology (UK) 
  • Graduate Diploma in Occupational Medicine (NUS) 

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May Chan
9 Jan 2019 | Report
I have been a patient with NU.U for at least 5 years and the reason is because Dr Chew is extremely experienced. He is extremely aware of my needs and never tries to conduct treatments which he thinks are unnecessary. He is extremely skilled at fillers and there's almost never any d...
Aggy Toh
13 Dec 2018 | Report

Thanks to Dr Chew I finally have the face shape that many korean idols have. I'm so happy with the results W_W

Elaine Ho
13 Dec 2018 | Report

Thanks to Dr Chew I have flawless baby smooth skin. So satisfied with his service!

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Treatment For Facial Skin Laxity: The True Lift Technique

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Retaining ligaments are fibres that hold up the superficial muscular aponeurotic system layer of the face. These ligaments play a part in holding up the soft tissues of the face.

The True Lift technique that treats skin laxity was created by Taiwanese plastic surgeon Dr Peter Huang and Galderma. A hyaluronic acid filler called Restylane Lyft is used in five injection points on each side of the face.

These injection points target the retaining ligaments to treat the root causes of sagging skin in suitable patients. This can help improve the appearance of:

• Drooping of the corners of the eye
• Flattened cheeks
• Sagging of the midface area
• Deepened nasolabial folds, and
• Drooping mouth corners and jowls.

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Ask Dr K K Chew: Dermal Fillers, Botox, & Facelifts
Ask Dr K K Chew: Dermal Fillers, Botox, & Facelifts

Dr K K Chew is widely accredited in the field of aesthetic medicine and a founding member of the Singapore Society of Aesthetic Medicine.

Dr Chew is experienced with various filler and non-surgical facelift treatments, in particular the Restylane brand of dermal fillers as used on Asian patients. 

To learn more about the topic of dermal fillers and facelifts, join Dr Chew as he hosts a Q&A where he answers all of your questions.

416 views 1 Apr 2019
Stubborn Whiteheads: Doctors Share Tips On Removing Them
Stubborn Whiteheads: Doctors Share Tips On Removing Them

Acne comes in many forms, and whiteheads are one of them. You may notice them as small, round, white bumps on the skin's surface.

Sometimes, whiteheads can be extremely stubborn to remove, even persisting after facial extractions. Also known as closed comedones, whiteheads occur when a pore in the skin is blocked with oil, keratin, and/or bacteria.

This was the plight faced by a DoctorxDentist reader. He wanted to know why his whiteheads were recurring even after thorough facial extractions.

He wondered if he should continue the extractions to remove the whiteheads or if he should try other medication. Doctors from the DoctorxDentist community responded with these pieces of advice.

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Meet The Expert: Dr K K Chew - Aesthetic Doctor

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Meet Dr K K Chew, an aesthetic doctor and founder of NU.U Aesthetics. He decided to specialise in the field of aesthetic medicine because it felt really interesting and exciting to him. 

He was intrigued by the fact that without surgery, he could help people look better and improve their outlook on life. To him, beauty is all about retaining the essence of who you are, without changing too much.

Watch to learn more about his passion, treatment philosophy, and motto in life. 

335 views 30 Jan 2019
Rejuran Healer Versus Skin Boosters: An Aesthetic Doctor Explains
Rejuran Healer Versus Skin Boosters: An Aesthetic Doctor Explains

Looking to slow down those visible signs of ageing? You are not alone. Injectable skin boosters have been increasingly popular in the last couple of years. It's a great non-invasive procedure that promises to hydrate and plump up your skin without downtime. 

In 2017, Rejuran Healer entered the scene. Many people are often confused by these two procedures. 

Dr K K Chew, an aesthetic doctor with more than 15 years of experience, answered a reader's question on the key differences between Rejuran Healer and Skinboosters. Here's what he had to say. 

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A common side effect of Accutane is dry skin, dry mucous membranes etc. This dryness results in an irritation of the skin thus causing the itchy skin. It may also exacerbate any underlying eczema thus causing a flare-up. My advice would be to use a non-comedogenic moisturiser ...
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Chest acne which is a form of truncal acne (including the chest and back) usually does not respond well to topical acne preparations in my experience. This could be due to non-compliance with the treatment as it is usually more inconvenient to apply something on the chest or due to ...
24 Apr 2019
Firstly there has been doxycycline resistant cases. Secondly is there a compliance issue or is the doxycycline taken for too short a duration ( typically a minimum of 3 months ). If not then one can consider switching to isotretinoin like Roaccutane either alone or in combination...
24 Apr 2019
To answer your question simply, Medical Grade HIFU devices needs to be registered with the local HSA. To qualify for registration they need supporting documents of safety as well as efficacy. Such devices are usually US FDA, Medical CE, KFDA approved or have multiple approval author...
5 Apr 2019
Agnes RF treatment using a microfine needle was designed to treat both active as well as nodular cystic acne. The presence of these active lesions allows the operator to correctly introduce the RF needle to the base of the hair follicle which leads to the hypersecreting sebaceous gl...
3 Apr 2019
Acne is a chronic recurrent skin condition with varying degrees of severity ranging from comedones to papules, papulopastular to cystic acne. It is unfortunate that you are getting recurrent cystic acne as these tends to heal with scarring. The causes are multifactorial and ...
27 Feb 2019
Hi It looks like you have a cluster of milia over your face. Milia are due to an accumulation of sebum and dead skin cells in the outer layers of the skin. They can become hard due to a layer of keratin that covers it. Once that happens it can be quite difficult to remove it at h...
30 Jan 2019
It would appear that you have recurrent comedonal acne. There are 2 types, open or black comedones and closed or white comedones. Acne is basically a chronic recurrent problem hence it tends to recurr even after months or even years of acne free skin. In your case white comedones...
15 Jan 2019
Hi From the description given as well as from the photo provided it would seem that the initial inflamed acne has become a nodular cystic acne , Such form of acne tends to be more resistant to topical treatment alone . As the acne lesion is isolated to the nose only I usually would not recommend o...
1 Jan 2019
Cortisone shots actually refers to what is known as intralesional steroid injections. It is a fairly effective way to treat persistent modular cystic acne. The injections are administered by a fine micro needle and the steroid administered can be mixed with some lidocaine to dilute it and lessen th...
21 Dec 2018
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Hi, As the name implies smile lines are actually a natural part of our facial features and exist even in the young. It is natural for them to be more pronounced when we smile but if it appears deep even at rest then it makes one look aged. The deepening of the lines is usually...
8 Mar 2019
Hi It looks like you have a cluster of milia over your face. Milia are due to an accumulation of sebum and dead skin cells in the outer layers of the skin. They can become hard due to a layer of keratin that covers it. Once that happens it can be quite difficult to remove it at h...
30 Jan 2019
Hi It looks like you had quite a severe burn over your left leg that has recovered with a large patch of post inflammatory hyperpigmentation. I do not see any scarring over the patch which is a good thing. It looks like the hydroquinone and Arbutin cream has not worked well...
18 Jan 2019
It would seem from the photo provided that you have what is referred to as solar lentigine or sun spot which is due to UV damage. There are several options in terms of treatment 1. Topical creams/ serums — the commonly used ones include Vitamin C 10/ 15 % , hydroquino...
4 Jan 2019
Hi From the description given as well as from the photo provided it would seem that the initial inflamed acne has become a nodular cystic acne , Such form of acne tends to be more resistant to topical treatment alone . As the acne lesion is isolated to the nose only I usually would not recommend o...
1 Jan 2019
Hi Si Hui This is a common question asked by many of my patients. There are a few factors to consider when answering this question. 1. The severity of your eyebags. As you are 35 years of age and from your photos it appears that your eyebags are mild to early moderate in seve...
27 Dec 2018
Cortisone shots actually refers to what is known as intralesional steroid injections. It is a fairly effective way to treat persistent modular cystic acne. The injections are administered by a fine micro needle and the steroid administered can be mixed with some lidocaine to dilute it and lessen th...
21 Dec 2018
This is a interesting question as most people are not aware of the hollowness in the temple area and how it affects their looks . This could also be due to the fact that this is not entirely due to aging and some have it since young and think that it cannot be treated. The other ...
16 Dec 2018
Fillers have traditionally been used as a non surgical option for nose augmentation in what has been commonly referred to as injection rhinoplasty. In recent years the popularity of fillers for this indication has declined due to the reported potential complication of blindness as...
16 Dec 2018
Thanks for asking this question and providing the photograph as well. This is indeed a very common request in my practice partly due to the popularity of the Korean V face concept . It is important during the consultation to let the doctor know what your desired aesthetic outc...
15 Dec 2018
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