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Dr Kevin Chua
MBBS, GDFM

Drs Chua and Partners

125 Bukit Merah Lane 1, #01-174
Singapore 150125

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Dr Kevin Chua founded the clinic in 2008 and is one of Singapore’s most respected doctors. Kevin actively pursues all areas of general practice with a special interest in aesthetics – he is certified in pigment lasers for tattoo removal, chemical peels, soft tissue fillers and operation of skin tightening devices by Aesthetic Dermatology Educational Group.

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  • MOH Accredited Family Physician
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  • Certified in chemical peels, soft tissue fillers, Botulinum toxin A for aesthetic application and operation of skin tightening devices by Aesthetic Dermatology Educational Group
  • Certified in pigment lasers
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8 Oct 2016
Dr.Chua is by far the best doctor i've consulted to date, never had any setbacks or issues ever since i started consulting him, if you're looking for a one stop solution for all your medical concerns and aesthetic needs , he's the right doctor for you.
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27 Sep 2017
Dr Chua was very patient with me as I explained my condition to him. As a doctor that is famous for tattoo removal and aesthetic dermatology, Dr Kevin Chua was really nice and made sure I was comfortable (or as comfortable as I could be, haha) as he diagnosed my condition accura...
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21 Sep 2017
Dr Chua's clinic is pleasant! Not only do I feel that Doctor Kevin Chua is knowledgeable and experienced, he is also very willing to explain what is needed in terms of next steps moving forward, which is quite important for me as a patient. I found him to be an overall nice gu...
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ASK DR KEVIN CHUA: TATTOO REMOVAL

Tattoo removal is painful and tedious. If you’re thinking of making the ink on your body disappear, get free medical advice online from Dr Kevin Chua, a tattoo removal expert on DxD Sessions. He has successfully removed the tattoos of more than 2,000 patients in the course of his career!

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Hi Jie Sheng, Your skin needs time to heal. Attempting to remove a tattoo whilst it is still healing only increases your chance of scarring. I advise all my patients to wait at least 4 weeks before going for treatment. In my experience, tattoos that are less than a year old a...
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Hi Stacy, Many patients are eager to see immediate results, but it is important for you to understand that the tattoo removal s a long drawn out process and it takes time. Patience is key! Some factors that will affect how quickly your tattoo clears include: Your body&rs...
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Hi Samuel, Your skin needs time to heal. Attempting to remove a tattoo whilst it is still healing only increases your chance of scarring. Minimally, I would advise four to six weeks between each laser treatment as stacking the treatments too closely together can cause damage i...
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Hi Amit, Most black ink tattoos take about 3 to 12 months depending on the type of laser technology used. Colorful tattoos such as yours are harder to treat. On an average, each laser treatment is spaced out between four to six weeks as stacking the treatments too closely tog...
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Hi Rajini, Your skin color will be absorbing the laser energy as well as the tattoo ink. The darker you are, the more melanin you have. This also absorbs the laser energy in addition to the tattoo ink. It is possible to remove your tattoo, except that you may very likely requ...
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Hi Mei Siew, The best method for tattoo removal remains the laser. Choosing the right person to do the job is just as important as the laser technology used. The PicoWay treatment remains my favorite laser for this purpose because of the range of colors it can treat in addition ...
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Hi Raelee, I’m afraid that it would not be possible unless your tattoo has very little ink to begin with. Most tattoos usually require 3 to 12 sessions depending on the laser used and the person using it. Some factors that will affect how quickly your tattoo clears inc...
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Hi Tish, Information is easily available online. It is also in the palm of your hands. I would do a search on your favorite search engine either on your smart phone or computer and read a few reviews before making a decision on the ideal person to help remove your tattoos. Yo...
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Hi Ye Xu, It is unfortunately quite painful. Pain is of course, very subjective so it depends very much on the pain threshold of every person as well as the location of the tattoo. The parts of our skin, which have more nerve endings, will have a stronger sensation. Areas su...
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Generally, tattoo removal will cost approximately $2,000 for a simple single coloured tattoo. For more complicated tattoos, it can cost up to $4,500 to remove. There are many different types of lasers available on the market right now. Typically, each laser session costs from...
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Hi Rajini, Your skin color will be absorbing the laser energy as well as the tattoo ink. The darker you are, the more melanin you have. This also absorbs the laser energy in addition to the tattoo ink. It is possible to remove your tattoo, except that you may very likely requ...
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Hi Amit, Most black ink tattoos take about 3 to 12 months depending on the type of laser technology used. Colorful tattoos such as yours are harder to treat. On an average, each laser treatment is spaced out between four to six weeks as stacking the treatments too closely tog...
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Hi Jie Sheng, Your skin needs time to heal. Attempting to remove a tattoo whilst it is still healing only increases your chance of scarring. I advise all my patients to wait at least 4 weeks before going for treatment. In my experience, tattoos that are less than a year old a...
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Dear Gal, To remove a tattoo is a long drawn out process. The laser remains the best method to remove a tattoo. Several years ago doctors looked at the existing technologies and decided that the Q-Switched Nd-YAg lasers should be considered the gold-standard laser for tatto...
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Hi Nita, These bumps are quite common. The photo is not very clear but they appear to be flat warts. These may spread if you scratch or pick at them. Warts are caused by the Human Papilloma Virus. These are usually spread by direct contact. There are many strains of the virus and...
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HI Katrina, Chicken pox tends to leave behind boxcar scars. The base of the scar is pulled down by scar tissue giving the appearance of a punched out appearance. These can be mitigated somewhat using silicone based gels. Be sure to pick the ones that are suitable for use on open ...
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Hi, There are several useful resources such as this, where you can read more about Basal Cell Carcinoma (BCC) . BCC is more likely to occur if you are Caucasian. Your age also places you in the low risk group. The photos are not enough to make a clear diagnosis. We also n...
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Hi Theresa, Campbell de Morgan spots, also known as cherry angiomas, are common, harmless red spots that tend to appear in middle to older age individuals. They are formed by proliferating, dilated small blood vessels. These do not need to be treated unless it is for cosmetic reasons. They do t...
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Hi Gina, This looks like acne. Acne occurs when the oil glands over-react to normal stimulli. I advise a few cardinal rules to follow before starting treatment. Your diet can influence how much your acne flares up. Caffeine (in coffee and tea) stimulates your oil glands. The m...
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Hi Jt, This is most likely atopic dermatitis, often also called eczema. Scratching it aggravtes and prolongs the duration of the rash. It also potentially introduces bacteria into the skin and result in an infection. Taking antihistamines helps to relieve him of the itch and...
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