The Artisan Clinic is a Medical Aesthetics & Anti-Aging, Skin (Dermatology) clinic servicing community in and around Singapore, and is a healthcare partner of Erufu Care Community Medical Support Network.
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Aging is inevitable. Many people that treat aging symptoms (e.g.: wrinkles) opt for anti aging skin care products such as eye cream, face cream, etc. Most of these products are expensive, which is why we rather choose natural ways to slow down conditions associated with aging.
Generally, medical doctors will suggest these to patients: Lifestyle modification Nutritional planning Body and mind regeneration
Everyone experiences aging in a different way and at a different point of time in their lives. Due to different body and mind composition, consultation is important in order to determine the best treatment for anti-aging.
Anti-aging treatments are one of the top procedures done in the medical aesthetics field.
From aging problems like wrinkles and age spots to skin texture problems like sagging skin and large pores, there are different treatments done by verified aesthetic doctors for specific conditions.
Some examples include laser treatments for spot and pigmentation removal, ultrasound treatments for wrinkle reduction and skin tightening, or facelifts to give you a more youthful appearance.
During our aging process, our skin cells begin to lose moisture and less collagen is produced in our skin, causing aging signs, especially wrinkles. Treatments for wrinkles, either surgical or non-surgical options, help you get rid of your wrinkles, and you can discuss with your doctor to have other effect like skin tightening done, too.
Did you know that using dark circle eye cream or serum cannot actually treat dark eye circles? These products are usually only effective as prevention care or post-treatment care. To effectively get rid of dark eye circles, there are several treatments like laser treatments, chemical peeling, or dermal fillers. Discuss with your doctor to decide on which is the most suitable treatment for your condition.
When the tissues and muscles around your eyes weaken and loosen during the aging process, you may notice eye bags developing under your eyes. However, eye bag cream or eye bag removal products are only effective as preventive care, and cannot effectively treat eye bags after they have developed. There are different types of treatment for getting rid of eye bags, like PRP or dermal fillers. Discuss with your doctor to decide on which is the most suitable treatment for your condition.
Are you dissatisfied with the shape of your nose? Regardless of if you want a sharper nose, a higher one, a smaller one, or a more refined shape, medical aesthetics technology today can help you with your nose reshaping for you to achieve your desired appearance. There are both surgical and non-surgical options for nose reshaping, depending on your preference and expectations. You can discuss with your doctor in further in detail on which treatment is more suitable for you.
Nose thread lift is a non-surgical option to enhance your nose shape. Like a facial threadlift, your nose can be lifted similarly for a more refined nose shape. Nose thread lift is also commonly used to heighten the nose bridge and enhance the nose tip, and is often done together with facelists, as they apply the same concept and material.
Double chin is caused by the presence of excessive fats under your chin. This can be due to genetics, aging, or being overweight. However, it is entirely possible to get rid of double chin without much difficulty. There are both surgical or non-surgical methods to remove double chin, with the main purpose of the treatments being to remove the excess fats under your chin permanently.
Generally, hair loss is the loss of hair from the scalp (on our head) or other body parts. Hair loss can include excessive shedding, hair thinning, receding hairline, patchy bald spots, or excessively oily or dry scalp. Hair loss differs between men and women, and can also be different according to region and race (a topic still under research!).
Age is certainly a factor, though not the ultimate one. Hair loss is more likely to affect males, elder people, and highly stressed individual. Fewer than 45% of women go through their lives without any hair loss problem at all, while 50% of men have been found to have mild hair loss, and 75% with moderate to severe hair loss.
Hair loss in men is more of an expectancy compared to that for women. By the age of 80 years, 80% of men are affected by hair loss. Besides, 25% of men start showing hair loss signs as early as in their 20s!
For women, about ⅓ of women experience hair loss at some point in their lives, and ⅔ women experience hair loss after menopause. However, hair fall is actually extremely normal for both women and man. Losing up to 250 strands of hair when you shampoo is normal for women with long hair!
Aging is no doubt the most common cause of hair loss. However, did you know that you aren’t actually ‘losing hair’, but more on reduced hair growth during old age? On average, our hair grows up to 1.5 inches every month. The process of aging slows down the hair growth (which is unavoidable). So when your hair growth is slower than your hair fall, you start to notice less hair on your head.
However, you may want to see a specialist when you experience the following conditions: Rapid hair loss Hair loss accompanied by itching, skin irritation, pain etc. Hair loss happens after consuming certain foods or medication
Hair loss is a common longstanding problem for both men and women, albeit in different forms across gender. Hair loss can be caused by aging, genetics, diet, hormones, or skin infections and medications.
There are several types of hair loss treatment that can be done for you to regain a head full of hair, including Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE), Platelet-rich Plasma (PRP) treatment, mesotherapy, hair regrowth injections, and others.
Discuss with your doctor to see which treatment suits your condition best to help you achieve your desired results.
Sometimes, hair loss can be caused by scalp infections like fungal infections or skin disorders. These can usually be treated with medicines or medical treatments, allowing hair to grow back after treatment.
Some medications or treatments can also lead to hair loss, especially those involving cancer (chemotherapy and radiotherapy), diabetes, arthritis, heart disease, or high blood pressure. Hormonal medication, birth control pills, steroids and acne medications affect our hormonal balance and may also lead to hair loss.
Treatments are aplenty these days for hair loss, so even though your hereditary hair loss can be unavoidable, it is certainly treatable. From topical medicines to treatments and procedures, find your preferred treatment at your preferred clinic, here.
There are two types of hair transplant: strip harvesting and Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE). The main difference between the two is that strip harvesting involves the removal and stitching of the skin, whereas FUE involves the removal and transplantation of individual hair follicles. Being the more common choice for hair transplant, FUE is a minor surgical approach where the patient has his or her healthy hair follicles removed and transplanted onto the areas needing hair. These hair follicles are extracted from the root up during the procedure and then carefully planted onto the skin of the bald spot. The FUE treatment is a long and delicate procedures. Before beginning an FUE treatment, doctors will predetermine the resulting density and pattern of hair planted to achieve natural looking hair flow and satisfactory post-surgery results. Hair transplant results are usually permanent.
Hair regrowth injections are also known as mesotherapy. Mesotherapy is the injection of medications or nutrients to aid in hair growth to treat hair loss. During a mesotherapy treatment, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and other active substances are injected directly into the third layer of our skin where our blood vessels are, activating the dormant (inactive) hair follicles and stimulate the scalp to aid with hair growth.
There are different types of pigmentation on our skin, including freckles, melasma, sunspots, keratosis and others. Knowing which type of pigmentation you have is important in getting the right treatment for it. Usually, your doctor will be able to determine the type of pigmentation you have, and provide treatments like laser treatments to remove the pigmentations from your skin.
Melasma is a common pigmentation problem for women in their 30s onwards. In addition, statistics show that melasma occurs in 90% of women, with around 25% of them having melasma after their pregnancies. Melasma comes in the form of flakes or patches, and usually occur on both sides of the cheeks. Melasma forms as mainly 3 patterns on our face: Centrofacial type: appears on forehead, nose, cheeks, upper lips, chin Malar type: appears only on the cheeks Mandibular type: appears only on the jawbone Laser treatment is usually used to treat melasma as it can penetrate into the deeper layers of the skin to remove the pigmentation. You can discuss with the doctor in detail as to which type of laser treatment is the most suitable for your condition.
Hyperpigmentation is the condition where patches of your skin becomes darker in colour abnormally. This is caused by the excess of melanin formed in a particular area on your skin. Melanin is the brown or dark coloured pigment. Hyperpigmentation can appear on your face, neck, chin, legs, hands, arms and on your back. Hyperpigmentation is usually treated using laser and can be done in a few quick sessions. Discuss with your doctor to see what treatment suits you best.
Acne is a skin condition caused by bacteria in the skin. Sometimes hormones can increase skin sensitivity, causing our skin to get inflammed with acne easily at the presence of bacteria, which is why acne is common among teenagers going through puberty.
There are two types of acne - comedogenic acne and inflammatory acne.
Comedogenic acne is the small, black or white protruding acne that can be found on our skin from time to time, whereas inflammatory acne is the big, red, swollen acne that happens as a result of our skin inflammation to the bacteria.
If your acne problems have been bothering you and no facial cleanser or products have worked miracles for you, you might want to consider getting an acne treatments to get rid of your acne problems once and for all.
There are several different acne treatments provided by skin doctors, medical aesthetic doctors, and skin specialist doctors. These are treatments like lasers, chemical peeling, or microdermabrasion.
You can get your acne symptoms treated quickly with the latest technology using laser machines for acne removal.
Lasers such as Copper Bromide Laser and Fractional CO2 Lasers can treat acne on the skin quickly and effectively. The treatment process is short, however post-care following the treatment is very important for the most effective results.
Acne scars are formed due to various reasons, including untreated inflammatory acne, bacteria infection, skin damage due to popping pimples, among others. What type of acne scar do you have? The 3 general types of acne scars are pseudo-scars (red marks left behind by inflammatory acne), depressed scars (tiny holes on the skin due to skin damage), and hypertrophic scars (lumps over the surface of acne). Acne scars can be treated using laser treatments, radiofrequency treatments, filler injections, or chemical peel. Different types of treatments work effectively against different types of acne scars. You can discuss with your doctor to see which treatment suits your skin condition the best.
Got a tattoo that you don't wish to have anymore? Removal creams may not work, and some DIY methods may cause you to hurt yourself, especially if it involves rubbing chemicals on your skin. Laser treatments are the most effective and quickest when it comes to tattoo removal. Laser rays can penetrate deep into the skin without injuring the top surface of your skin, and break up the ink particles in your skin pigments. Depending on the tatto size and depth, multiple treatment sessions may be needed.
Our skin are naturally filled with tiny pores, but what causes them to appear large and visible? We can have large pores when they are dilated, infected or clogged with oil. Some of the common causes of large pores are oily skin, sun damage, aging signs, acne, and bacteria. There are several treatments available to make large pores less visible. This includes chemical peeling, laser treatments, PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) treatments, and filler injections. Different treatments have different procedures and are most effective for different specific skin conditions. Discuss with your doctor to find out which type of treatment is the most suitable for you.
Note: The above procedures/treatments are a sample of treatments available at the clinic/hospital, all enquiries welcome. The provision of estimated prices aims to facilitate and enables patients to be better prepared financially before undergoing a medical procedure. Kindly note that actual bill size may vary in accordance to the patient’s medical condition and/or due to unforeseen complications that may arise during admission. Further, the healthcare provider reserves the right to revise its prices at its sole discretion and without prior notice.
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