Medical aesthetics is a speciality that focuses on improving cosmetic appearance through the treatment of conditions including scars, skin laxity, wrinkles, liver spots, excess fat, cellulite, unwanted hair, skin discoloration and spider veins.

Thomson Wellth Clinic at Scotts Medical Center also offers a range of medical aesthetics services and facial massage therapies. Prior to any treatment, a personal consultation and assessment with the aesthetic doctor will be arranged to ensure relevant and suitable options are presented. Some of the medical aesthetic treatments include:

  • Acne Treatment
  • Botulinum toxin (Botox)
  • Chemical Peels
  • Double Chin Tuck
  • Exilis Body and Face Contouring
  • EnerJet Stretch Marks, Scar and Cellulite Treatment
  • Facial Fillers (Radiesse®)
  • IPL Hair Removal
  • Laser Treatments for Skin Pigmentation
  • RF Subcision for Scar Revision and Facial Contour
  • Sculptra®
  • Skin Tightening and Lifting
  • Super Hiko Nose Lift
  • Threadlift
  • Ultra V Lift

Facial massage therapies customised to complement medical aesthetic treatments:

  • Express Facial (30 mins)
  • Anti-Aging Facial (90 mins)
  • Hydrating Facial (90 mins)
  • Skin Rejuvenation Facial (90 mins)
  • Whitening Facial (90 mins)

Our other clinic at Novena Medical Centre provides non-invasive medical aesthetic procedures conducted by Resident Physician Dr Tay Wen Sien. She offers skincare solutions for:

  • Acne, Spots and Oily Skin
  • Anti-Ageing
  • Dry, Flaky and Inflamed Skin
  • Hypersensitive Skin
  • Pigment and Dark Marks
  • Scars and Skin Damage
  • Skin Nutrition
  • Sun Protection

Check out articles about Aesthetics here.

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