Think Korea and most people will immediately think of kimchi, Running Man, Samsung, and other technology giants…
Who am I kidding? Our first thoughts (before all these) will be beautiful girls and world-class aesthetic surgeons, of course!
When it comes to invasive surgical aesthetics treatments, many choose to travel to Korea because of the aesthetics sense and advanced technology of the surgeons. Now, we may not have to travel anymore, because of one of the most renowned Korean doctors have started a clinic in Singapore
Dr. Kwon Han Jin, founder of Dermaster International Network of Clinics, has partnered with and personally mentored Dr. Darryl Chew (from E Medical Centre), who is now the leading doctor helming Dermaster Singapore. Although the founder is not performing the procedures himself, you can be rest assured that you are in good hands (pun intended).
What’s So Special About Dermaster?
Dermaster is widely known for their patented thread lift technology to help patients get that coveted V-shaped face. What is thread? It’s a minimally-invasive procedure that manipulates the skin’s structure to give you the ideal shape you desire. By inserting fine threads called polydioxanone under the targeted skin area, it stimulates regeneration of new tissue and collagen, to give the tightening effect from inside out.
Above all, you can see the effects immediately and your downtime is only one or two days.
Thread Lifting Areas Other Than The Face
Most people think that aesthetic surgeries tend to be for the face. Well, it’s not. The Ultra V Lift technology from Dermaster is able to work on a host of other issues like:
- stretch marks
- eye bags
- nose lifting
- beautify knee
- reduce size and change shape of calf muscle
The E Medical Centre, an exclusive partner of Dermaster Singapore, is located at Pacific Plaza, #11-07 (9 Scotts Road). You can make an appointment by calling 6733-3798.
Opening hours are from Monday to Thursday 9am to 6pm, Friday 9am to 9pm, Saturday 9am to 2pm. It closes on Sundays and public holidays.