Dr Shane Abucewicz Tan

MBBS, MRCS
(19 Reviews)

The Aesthetic Loft Clinic

160 Robinson Road #03-13
Singapore 068914

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About Dr Shane Abucewicz Tan

1. Specialty/Sub-Specialty/Area of Medicine

Aesthetics Medicine

2. Services

  • Botox and Fillers

3. Experience

Dr Shane Abucewicz Tan obtained his Bachelors in Medicine and Surgery from the National University Of Singapore (NUS) then went on to get his post-graduate surgical membership at the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh. He has presented at various international conferences and published articles on plastic reconstructive surgery, general surgery, basic science, and medical education. He is a practitioner and member of the American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine.

4. Awards and Achievements

5. Publications 

6. More Information

Education

  • MBBS (Singapore)
  • Member of the College of Surgeons (Edinburgh) 
  • Member of American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine

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4 Sep 2018 | Report
Initially, it can be quite scary as a first timer, but everyone was very thoughtful and caring that made it less frightening. My face actually has lesser acne as compared to last time. Pores are slightly smaller as well. Acne scares wise are still visible but looking forward t...
pj
19 Sep 2018 | Report

After the first treatment, scars are lighter by each day. Dr Shane is nice and gentle. willing to share his knowledge and he answers all questions that I had

Olivia Tan
18 Jul 2018 | Report
  • Brilliant experiences, service excellence
  • Dr Shane described procedure in detail
  • The ambience is fantastic
  • Very friendly staffs
  • I am happy!
pj
15 Aug 2018 | Report

Dr Shane is a friendly doctor, he answers all my questions that I have and share his knowledge of skin care and skin disorder.

He also recommends the best treatment and not the most expensive one. Thank you!

jp
14 Aug 2018 | Report
The first time I went here for my consultation, Dr Shane explained it clearly what is my skin condition and what would be the treatment for it. I didn't even hesitate to get the treatment and it's my 3rd session already and just for two months. I am very happy with the results. I...
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The Ultimate Guide to Filler Complications in Singapore (2020)
The Ultimate Guide to Filler Complications in Singapore (2020)

Dermal fillers, or just fillers, are one of the most popular minimally invasive aesthetic treatment out there. Getting dermal fillers is generally safe, however, there are still potential side effects that may occur, as with any medical treatment, and they can be temporary or long-term.

I am Dr Shane Tan, an aesthetic doctor at The Aesthetic Loft Clinic. In this article, I categorise dermal fillers into Hyaluronic acid (HA) and non-HA types, explain how they work and the possible complications each may cause. I will also talk about how you can respond to them if they happen.

243 views 17 Feb 2020
Can Diet and DIY Food Face Masks Help Improve Your Skin Complexion? An Aesthetic Doctor Weighs In
Can Diet and DIY Food Face Masks Help Improve Your Skin Complexion? An Aesthetic Doctor Weighs In

We all have that one friend or family member who insists that eating oily food can cause acne or that fruits can help you get clearer skin. Are these just myths or have they been medically proven?

This was on the mind of Stacey, a DxD reader. She recently watched a video of a dermatologist making a claim that food in general, (except dairy products) does not cause acne, e.g. eating pizza wouldn’t cause acne but smearing it all over your face would. 

She wanted to find out if there's any correlation between her diet and complexion. She was also curious about the legitimacy of DIY face masks made from fruits. 

Dr Shane Abucewicz Tan shared his professional opinion with Stacey. Here's what he had to say.

1868 views 11 Jan 2019
Brown Marks After A Facial Extraction? These Singaporean Doctors Explain How To Get Rid Of Them
Brown Marks After A Facial Extraction? These Singaporean Doctors Explain How To Get Rid Of Them

Facial extractions can be great for clearing up clogged pores. However, some people have experienced dark, brown spots after the treatment. If you’ve experienced these as well, you’re probably wondering what's the cause and how to get rid of it. 

Experienced doctors from the DoctorxDentist community shared their professional insights with a 22-year-old reader. She was concerned about the brown marks that were left behind after a facial session. Here's what they had to say.

2794 views 8 Jan 2019
How To Get Rid Of Acne Scars Efficiently And Safely?

 

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Anyone who has struggled with active acne breakouts knows the frustration these red glaring bumps bring. However, the scars and blemishes and scars they leave behind can even more troubling. 

The good news is acne scars can be treated. Depending on the type and severity of the acne scar, there are a variety of treatments that can help. 

Watch the video to find out how I help my patients tackle their acne scars efficiently and safely with the PicoPlus PicoScond laser. 

3383 views 1 Oct 2018
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The sensation of tightness is common, and it is due to the filler material deep within the tight space between the bone and the muscle. This generally starts to fade over 2-5 days and is inconsequential. The tenderness and aching are usually due to the minor trauma from the injec...
3 Feb 2020
No one is completely symmetrical, and being so would actually make us look rather awkward. In any case, better facial harmony can be achieved through several means, both surgically and non-surgically. For someone looking at less invasive means of initial management, these i...
30 Jan 2020
Acne scars are the result of poor wound healing and are deeply rooted. The deep fibrosis and scar tissues require deeper, stronger controlled damage to the tissue to force remodelling and resurfacing of the scars. This typically means (in the case of acids) stronger acids than what ...
3 Feb 2020
There are many CO2 lasers in the market and each with their own proposed form of individual technology. Some even combine with other modalities such as radio-frequency and report synergistic results. The specifics of the above considerations are something that we as doctors take ...
3 Feb 2020
You have a combination of scar types and will benefit most from a carefully selected series of treatments that include TCA Cross, lasers (ablative and picosecond fractional forms), with or without fractional radiofrequency treatments and subcision. These usually need to be plann...
31 Dec 2019
Strictly speaking, quick pulsed Q-switched lasers do not do very much for acne. Acne requires the following for appropriate control: Good topical management including retins/adapalene and salicylic acid-based washes or toners With or without oral medication such as oral...
26 Dec 2019
Ditto as Dr Chin has mentioned, but another piece of advice too: 1. Change your blades regularly as recommended by the razor brands guidelines. Saving a bit of money is not worth the recurrent folliculitis. 2. Use shavers with fewer blades. The media today advertises newer sh...
26 Dec 2019
Botox injections and their outcomes will depend on the injector's experience with that particular muscle group . Injections into large muscle groups are typically done for functional issues, such as in cerebral palsy or for migraines, and are done by neurologists or paediatric o...
15 Jan 2020
The primary cause of sunken cheeks is that of volume loss - that of the bony shelf that is the mid-face, as well as the deep fat pads associated with the mid-cheek. These provide support for the overlying superficial fat pads and skin. Age brings along continuous bony and deep f...
17 Dec 2019
Layering of same-type fillers (Hyaluronic acid fillers, for example), within the same brand. This is considered safe and feasible . In fact, proper sculpting of the face tends to require fillers of various consistencies and properties and therefore necessitates the use of differ...
13 Dec 2019
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No one is completely symmetrical, and being so would actually make us look rather awkward. In any case, better facial harmony can be achieved through several means, both surgically and non-surgically. For someone looking at less invasive means of initial management, these i...
30 Jan 2020
You have a combination of scar types and will benefit most from a carefully selected series of treatments that include TCA Cross, lasers (ablative and picosecond fractional forms), with or without fractional radiofrequency treatments and subcision. These usually need to be plann...
31 Dec 2019
The circumferential spot on your left cheek appears to be a sun spot. There are several ways of lightening/removing them: 1. Prevention: - Topical sunscreen: Get those with SPF 30++ and above, with zinc oxide or Titanium dioxide; these provide maximum reflective and absorptive ...
4 Jan 2019
Good morning, The picture you've uploaded looks ulcerated and not typical of an acne lesion. I would recommend having a physical examination to rule out other possible cutaneous issues. Cheers, Dr Shane Tan
4 Jan 2019
From the picture, it does seem like you do have some moderate eyebag herniation which i'm assuming has been there since your younger days? Typically a more complete form of management of your congenital eyebags would be surgical, but I do note a slight loss of volume along your c...
27 Dec 2018
You are right in that you will need a combination of several modalities to attain the best results for your scarring - the presence of the different types of scars here necessitate that. You appear to have possibly tethered rolling scars, with several ice pick scars, so the choic...
11 Dec 2018
TCA cross should be done carefully and under proper magnification to ensure accurate placement of acid. This can reduce complications associated with untoward spread/application of the strong acid beyond the scar, which can result in higher risks of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentati...
11 Dec 2018
Just as a little addition to my colleague's fine recommendations - Fillers such as hyaluronic acid or other strong collagen stimulators (Radiesse etc) help to lift and synergistically treat the atrophic, depressed scar, producing definitively better short and long term results...
21 Nov 2018
There are a multitude of reasons that result in under-eye darkening, including hyperpigmentation of the skin, thin skin with visible underlying eye muscles, allergic conditions, and so on. In your case the issue looks to be largely pigmentary and can be helped nicely with pigme...
21 Nov 2018
You do indeed have a nice face as is. The only thing I would recommend is a touch of filler to your chin on the left to reduce the asymmetry there. This might create a slightly wider chin profile but will improve the harmony of the face. A frontal photograph, however, is ...
27 Sep 2018
You have got several issues at the moment: 1) Active Acne 2) Post-inflammatory erythema (red spots) 3) Atrophic acne scars - ice pick, box, rolling The AGNES provides a good option for active acne as: 1) It is a permanent way of destroying the over-active sebaceous gland ...
29 Aug 2018
As my colleagues have mentioned, several treatment options exist, and often several are required to target the different types of scars present on the face. At the Aesthetic Studio, we particularly like the resurfacing achieved with the Picoplus picosecond laser that: 1. Resurfaces scars with...
21 Aug 2018
The bumps on your face are little benign keratotic growths of the skin. These become more numerous with age and sun exposure, and can be very easily removed with an ablative laser. A single session removes them completely, but other growths can still form over the course of your lif...
12 Jun 2018
The increased pigmentation can be lightened best with a combing approach: 1. Topical vitamin c and lightening serums used in conjunction with 2. Skin lightening lasers such as the q switched lasers This may take several months of treatment, with each session between 2 to 4 ...
10 Jun 2018
acne is indeed a bothersome but controllable affair. Most of the time it is about proper skin care and control until the sebaceous gland activity settles but this can take several years. Control of recalcitrant acne typically requires continued use of the topical creams that you...
8 Jun 2018
The pictures are slightly a blur, but from what I can see, I'm assuming you are bothered by the flattening and slight indentation at the very tip of the nose, which gives it an appearance of a lack of real tip. This is largely due to the relationship and angle of the underlyin...
5 Jun 2018
You seem to be suffering from mild papulopustular form of acne, and it is a good idea to control them early, lest you be left with more scars to deal with in the future. Basic treatment of acne include the use of retin or differin topical creams/gels (approx 30-50 SGD a tube, lasts about ...
4 Jun 2018
Im sorry about how you got those marks, but they can be lightened over time with some topics creams and non invasive treatments. Q switched lasers, like the new picosecond laser which we use, are effective at breaking down the excessive pigment buildup left after an injury (kn...
2 Jun 2018
As mentioned by my colleagues, q switched lasers are the method of removal of tattooes. New picosecond lasers are indeed more efficacious; older nanosecond lasers might require upwards of 10-20 sessions each spaced 4 to 6 weeks apart, even then with some attaining less than sat...
24 May 2018
Glad to hear you are looking to control that acne early; uncontrolled acne typically leaves scars and the management of acne scars is a bit more complicated, so early prevention is key. Your skin is very much alive, so daily maintenance topical therapy will be necessary. To in...
21 May 2018
Most of the bumps on your picture appear to be little keratotic growths of the skin. These are indeed effectively removed by lasers which can carefully singe them off. Other growths, such as sebaceous hyperplasia, syringomas, milia seeds, etc can also be effectively removed with ...
5 May 2018
The choice of scar revision technique depends on a few things, uncluding: 1. The type of scar 2. The location of the scar You appear to have an atrophic box-like scar just above the brow. Excision of scars can be done with good reduction of scar appearances, but I would, in...
15 Feb 2018
Hi JC. Regarding the acne scarring: 1. Scar response to treatment depends on the type of scarring present and the corresponding treatment modalities selected to tackle then issue. You seem to have a combination of different types of atrophic scarring (box scars, icepick ...
6 Feb 2018
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