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Hari Raya Aidilfitri

August 4, 2011 by  
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Reward yourself at this festive season. Rejuvenate your skin, reshape your body and refresh your mind and have a Fabulous Hari Raya Aidilfitri! Our Promotion: Rejuvenate your skin and face: Erase the acne, large pores, scars, pigments and wrinkles with our signature treatments. Enjoy additional free treatment during this festive season. Reshape your body: Remove [...]

Dr Sylvia Wai on BFM Radio Station

May 5, 2011 by  
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Dr Sylvia talked about Acne Scars. “All acne should be treated early to prevent scarring…” “… seek medical advise if the acne is inflammed, reddish and cystic as these acnes cause permanent scarring…” “Facial cannot cure severe acne, acne might be infected by P.Acne bacteria. Antibiotic is required to treat them…” “If you have acne [...]

Nose, Chin, Cheek and Facial Reshape/Augmentation

April 14, 2011 by  
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Flat nasal bridge, broad nose tip, shorty chin, square jaw…, walk in to our center for Lunch Time Nose and Face Job. Achieve your ideal face with 30 minutes office procedure. It’s never so easy! Walk out with beautiful nose and chin or achieve a  V-shape face after 2 weeks. Mysterious Gifts! Bring friends and [...]

Lasers in the Treatment of Acne Scars

April 6, 2011 by  
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Acne scars occur as one of the complications of acne vulgaris. A number of therapeutic options are available. Lasers are most useful for grades 2 and 3 acne scars according to the scale put forth by Goodman and colleagues. Nonablative lasers are most appropriate for grade 2 scars, while ablative lasers should be used to treat grade 3 acne scars. Fractional lasers have been developed in an effort to improve the efficacy observed with nonablative lasers, yet reduce the side effects of ablative lasers. Ablative fractional lasers ablate through the epidermis, while nonablative fractional lasers leave the epidermis largely untouched, instead targeting the dermo–epidermal junction. More studies are required to determine the exact placement of fractional lasers in the clinician’s armamentarium.

Acne scarring is one of the most dreaded and long-lasting outcomes of inflammatory lesions.[1] Despite the extensive list of available treatment modalities, their effectiveness largely depends upon the nature of the scar. In addition, satisfying results are not guaranteed.