Klinik De Era is a Medical Aesthetics & Anti-Aging, Skin (Dermatology) clinic servicing community in and around Seri Kembangan, Selangor, Malaysia, and is a healthcare partner of Erufu Care Community Medical Support Network.
Klinik De Era also provides amenities like disabled friendly, wheelchair accessible, waiting area/lounge, changing room, restaurant/cafeteria (nearby), prayer room, WiFi and VIP area.
The clinic has on-street parking available, and has Light Traffic around the area of Jalan Atmosphere 3. You can also take the following public transport to the clinic: Transit (MRT) at Putra Permai, 300m away
The clinic accepts Cash, Credit Card (Mastercard), Credit Card (VISA), Internet Banking and Maybank QRPay payments.
You can find the treatments and services list below. Fill up an enquiry message form to get personalised information regarding the particular treatment. The clinic personnel will respond to you the soonest possible, personally.
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A facelift is the medical aesthetics procedure done to quite literally lift up the face, tighten our facial skin, and produce a more youthful appearance for our face.
During a facelift process, some of the procedures involved are the removing excess facial skin, tightening tissues, and reshaping the skin on your face and neck.
There are both surgical and non-surgical options (also known as Threadlift) for facelift. Surgical facelift requires 1-2 days of hospital admission, while a non-surgical one can be completed as an outpatient.
Treatment duration: 2-6 hours (surgical), about 1 hour (non-surgical)
You don't necessarily have to go under the knife for a facelift. With the latest treatments and technology, facelifts have become more and more common. If you have sagging or loose skin, a facelift can help you stimulate collagen production tighten your skin for a younger, fresher looking complexion.
In a non-surgical facelift, threads are used to pull the skin. These threads are absorbable by our body, and are the same type of threads as those used to suture cuts on our skin.
These threads pull our skin from the inside to an upwards and inwards direction to lift the skin, contour the face, and enhance facial features.
You don't necessarily have to go under the knife for a facelift. With the latest treatments and technology, facelifts have become more and more common. If you have sagging or loose skin, a facelift can help you stimulate collagen production tighten your skin for a younger, fresher looking complexion. In a non-surgical facelift, threads are used to pull the skin. These threads are absorbable by our body, and are the same type of threads as those used to suture cuts on our skin. These threads pull our skin from the inside to an upwards and inwards direction to lift the skin, contour the face, and enhance facial features.
Dermal fillers are usually made of hyaluronic acid, which is a substance naturally present in our body. Hence, it is usually safe and compatible when injected into our body. Dermal fillers are injected into our face for restoration, enhancement, or facial refinement. Usually, dermal filler injections are used to treat wrinkles, skin rehydration, facial volume, and also nose, chin and lip augmentation.
Thread lift is a more recent technological treatment to lift sagging skin and reduce wrinkles, resulting in a more youthful looking, redefined face. Using surgical suture threads to lift your skin, this treatment produces almost immediate results, and the ingredients in the suture threads also stimulates your body to produce collagen to maintain its youthful look. The effects for Threadlift can last up to 18 months.
Do you wish to change a particular feature or reshape any parts of your face? Be it your cheeks, chin, jaw, or even to create dimples - you can consider getting a face reshaping treatment to achieve your ideal face shape you have always wanted! There are both surgical and non-surgical treatment options.
V-shape face is getting more and more popular these days. To achieve this outlook, several treatments like facelift, chin liposuction, buccal fat removal or chin implants may be involved, depending also on your current face shape. You can discuss with the doctor to decide on the most suitable procedure for you.
Chin augmentation reshapes the chin and chin line, sometimes to enlarge the chin or to sharpen the chin. Chin augmentation can also be done for health purposes, to balance facial features and strengthen the chin line. Patients usually need to stay for at least one night after a chin augmentation procedure. Full recovery period for chin augmentations usually take a month or up to 6 weeks.
Face contouring is a procedure to help you achieve the shape and contour of the face you want. There are several different treatments that can be used in contouring. You can discuss with the doctor to see which type of face contouring treatment is the most suitable for your desired outcome.
Cheek augmentation is done to enhance the shape of the face, particularly at the cheek area. Cheek augmentation is usually done to fill out sunken cheeks or to create high cheekbones. Cheek augmentation can be done on an outpatient basis, and full recovery period usually lasts for about 1 to 2 weeks.
Buccal fat is also commonly known as the baby fats on your face or cheeks that don't seem to wear off even with age. If you wish to have a more defined jawbone and more prominent cheekbones, having a buccal fat removal can result in a thinner, more refined face shape. The doctor will remove the buccal fat from the inside of your mouth.
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.
Tear trough is the dark coloured area under your lower eyelid, where your tears roll down at (hence the name), usually associated with eye bags or darks circles under the eye. 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.
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.
Lip augmentation, or also known as lip enhancement, is the cosmetic procedure to enhance the shape of your lips, mainly by enlarging them, creating fuller, thicker lips. You can choose to have a surgical treatment, implants, or filler injections. Lip augmentation is popular among patients whose lips have reduced in fullness through aging or patients who have naturally thin lips.
Neck lift is a surgery to tighten and refine the loose skin on your neck, or to tighten the sagging skin on your jaw line. Face lift and liposuction is usually done along with neck lift for a complete rejuvenated, youthful appearance of the face. Neck lift usually requires an overnight stay in the hospital.
Do you want to get rid of stubborn fats but without going under the knife in surgical procedures? Lipodissolve is a non-surgical option to remove fats through injections of medications in the layers under our skin. Medications and chemicals prepared by the doctor are injected into the treatment area, where the fat cells will dissolve and be broken down by chemical reaction, or in some cases, the fat cells either migrate to other areas of the body or is excreted. Multiple sessions are usually required within a duration of 4-6 weeks for effective results. Lipodissolve is usually done on an outpatient basis.
Do you wish to enhance the size, shape or fullness of your breast? Sometimes, we can also experience breast volume loss due to loose skin via aging, pregnancy or weight loss. There are different methods and procedures that can help you in changing your breast size and shape.
Breast augmentation usually involves surgical procedures using implants or fat transfer procedures to increase breast size or breast volume. Or if you prefer non-surgical procedures, there are breast lifting or filler injection procedures available, too. Different procedures can be effective for different types of results or conditions. Discuss with your doctor to see which treatment suits you best to achieve your desired results. An overnight stay in the clinic or hospital is usually required for surgical breast augmentation procedures.
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.
Laser vaginal tightening is a minimally invasive treatment to thighten the vaginal walls, usually done to enhance sexual pleasure, restore tissue tone, and increase lubrication. Vaginal tightening also strengthens the supporting ligaments surrounding the bladder and urethrea to reduce the symptoms of stress urinary incontinence. During the procedure, the doctor uses a laser device to emit laser beams the penetrates into the vaginal wall to reach the level where collagen is formed. This enhances collagen production to tighten the vagina. Laser vaginal tightening is usually done on an outpatient basis.
Vaginal rejuvenation is a treatment to transform your vagina back to its youthful state through tightening. The treatment targets the muscle tissues in the vagina that have loosen, and usually through laser treatments, these muscles can be tighten and be added in elasticity. Vaginal rejuvenation is a quick procedure that can be done on an outpatient basis.
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.
Age spots, or also known as liver spots, are small dark areas on your skin, common in adults older than the age of 50. After consulting with the doctor and identifying the type of age spots, laser treatments can be used to get rid of these age spots, giving you clear, spot-free skin. Age spots are usually treated via laser treatments, using laser beams emitted into the layers of the skin to remove the pigmentation.
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.
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.
While scar formation is a vital part of the healing process on our skin, some scars can be excessive, and leave permanent hypertrophic scars (those that appear as a lump) on our skin. Laser treatments are used to treat hypertrophic scars, and in some cases, filler injections or PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) treatments are also introduced to even out the skin around the scar for a rejuvenated, smooth skin surface.
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.
Most birthmarks do not cause harm to our health, but some can grow and become aesthetic problems, especially if they appear on our face or body. Laser treatments are used to get rid of the pigments causing the birthmarks on the skin. Multiple treatments may be needed to fully get rid of the marks, so you can discuss with the doctor on how the treatment would go. Also, suspicious birthmarks like moles that changes in size or shape should be tested or biopsied for any chances of a cancerous cell.
Skin tags are small, soft, benign skin growth on the skin, and are very common on adult skin, appearing as bumps that have no pain and are usually harmless. Common areas where skin tags appear are the eyelids, neck, underarms, private areas, and on the chest. Skin tag treatments are usually done via laser treatments. You can discuss with the doctor on the most suitable procedure for your skin condition.
Milia are small, raised bumps on the skin commonly found around the eyes, chest or face. Milia can affect anyone at any age, and are usually harmless. Some milia can disappear on their own with time but some can be permanent. To remove milia, the most common and effective treatment is laser treatments. There are several different technologies and laser types available, so you can discuss with the doctor to see which type of treatment is the most suitable for your condition.
Keloids are caused by an overgrowth of tissues that usually develops during our skin healing process. They are usually red or purple in colour and have the appearance of a raised scar. Common areas for the formation of keloid scars are the upper chest and shoulder area. Treatments for keloid removal include laser treatments or steroid injections. Depending on your skin condition, you can discuss with your doctor to see which treatment suits you best.
Keratosis pilaris is a skin condition that appears as small red or white bumps that look like little acne on the skin. They usually don't hurt or itch, but can be difficult to disappear. Some common areas where keratosis pilaris appear are the arms, thighs or buttocks. Treatments for keratosis pilaris include chemical peel, topical and oral medications, or laser treatments. Different skin conditions may require different types of treatments, you can discuss with your doctor to see which is the best treatment for you.
Warts are raised bumps on our skin commonly caused by virus or infection. They are usually harmless but can also be harmful if infection persists. Warts are usually treated using laser treatments or chemical peel. In some cases, oral medications are also required if the warts are virus-infected.
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.
Moles appear as small, round brown or black spots usually not bigger than the size of a pencil eraser. Some moles are flat while some are raised, and while some moles disappear as we grow, some also appear along our aging process. Moles are generally harmless, but if you notice your mole or moles changing in shape or colour, or if it itches or bleeds abnormally, you should check with your doctor to spot any possibilities of skin cancer. Moles can be removed via laser treatments.
Stretch marks appear due to a breakage in the middle layer of our skin, usually due to sudden weight gains, growths, hormones, or reaction to certain medications. Stretch marks are very common after pregnancy, too. C-sec Scars can be flat, hypertrophic or keloid. Hypertrophic scars grow within the scars, whereas keloid scars grow out from the original scar. The most effective treatment for stretchmarks is laser treatments. The laser creates micro injuries on the skin, allowing the delivery of PRP (platelet rich plasma) into the middle layer of the skin. PRP is made from the patient’s own platelets and fibrin, and play a role in enhancing the “growth factors” that activate and rejuvenate cells in our body. Both these steps stimulate the regeneration of collagen and improve the healing of stretch marks.
Excessive sweating, also known as hyperhidrosis is a common problem where sweating, an involuntary condition, happens in large amounts and frequently. Excessive sweating is treated using filler injection, where it blocks the nerve impulses causing the sweat. Fillers like BOTOX is injected through a needle under the skin to reach the sweat glands. About 2 treatments per year is required for optimal results.
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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