Treatments We Offer

Treatments We Offer

Pigmentation Laser Treatment

Laser Skin Resurfacing

Laser Hair Removal

Treatment for Red Spots, Veins, Birthmarks & Stretch Marks

Botulinum Toxin Injections

Chemical Peels

TheraClear Acne Therapy

Ultherapy – Ultrasound Skin Tightening

Microneedling Scar Removal

Fillers

Profhilo

Why choose Children & Adult Skin Clinic?

No two individuals are the same. Our treatments are customized to each individual’s unique skin type & needs.

Through consultation with our doctor, a thorough analysis will be undertaken to determine the ideal treatment methods for the best possible results.

Childhood Birthmarks

Childhood Birthmarks

Haemangioma of infancy

Haemangioma of infancy is also more commonly known as “strawberry haemangioma” in view of its juicy red appearance. It can affect up to 10% of infants.

Haemangioma of infancy may not be present at birth and most are prominent only a few weeks after birth. It then undergoes a period of rapid growth, followed by a “plateau” phase where it remains stableand undergoes an “involution” phase where it slowly begins to shrink in size after many years.

Although not all haemangioma require treatment, it is important to know that in 40% of cases, there may still be residual scarring even after the  haemangioma has completely involuted on its own.

There are treatments available for haemangioma of infancy. They include oral medication such as propranolol (which belongs to a group of medicine known as Beta-blockers), topical timolol (also a class of beta-blockers) and laser, known as the Pulsed-Dye Laser. This is a very safe treatment
and is well- tolerated.

It can take many sessions of treatment with the pulsed-dye laser but this treatment can give very satisfactory cosmetic results.


Port- Wine Stain


Unlike haemangiomas, port-wine stains are present at birth. They appear as red patches and are
commonly found on the face. Unlike haemangiomas, they do not get smaller with time. In fact, they can increase in size, thickness and nodularity with time. Laser treatment in early childhood is therefore advisable.

The Pulsed-Dye Laser can be used to treat port-wine stains and it destroys superficial blood vessels without damaging surrounding structures. It may take several sessions to complete the treatment. It is a very safe treatment and gives very good results. It is well- tolerated and most children will only require an application of an anaesthetic cream before the laser.


Nevus of Ota

This is a common pigmentary condition that presents with a brownish grey patch on the face.
It usually affects both upper cheeks. The pigmentation can affect the eyes as well.

The discoloration can be treated with a laser that lightens the pigmentation. Many treatment sessions will be required. It is a very safe treatment and most children will only require an application of an anaesthetic cream before laser.


Mongolian Spots

This is a very common pigmentary disorder that affects most Asian babies. It occurs less commonly in Caucasian babies. It appears as greenish pigmentation usually on the back and buttocks.

The pigmentation normally lightens as the child grows up. However, in some cases, the pigmentation may persist into adulthood. Mongolian spots can be lightened by the use of a laser. The laser therapy is safe and well- tolerated. Again, many sessions may be required to give good cosmetic outcome.

 

Dr Lynn Chiam…

Dr Lynn Chiam graduated from the National University of Singapore and subsequently received her Membership of the Royal College of Physicians (Internal Medicine) United Kingdom. She completed her specialist training in dermatology...

More about Dr. Lynn...






Why choose Children & Adult Skin Clinic?

No two individuals are the same. Our treatments are customized to each individual’s unique skin type & needs.

Through consultation with our doctor, a thorough analysis will be undertaken to determine the ideal treatment methods for the best possible results.

Botulinum Toxin Injections

Botulinum Toxin Injections

 

BOTOX® is purified Botulinum Toxin Type A produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum.

It is a versatile product which is used to treat various conditions such as blepharospasms, migraine, muscle hyperactivity and stiffness, facial wrinkles and excessive sweatiness.

Its commonest use nowadays is to erase facial wrinkles via a few tiny injections on the face. The results are dramatic and apparent within days. It has been widely used for more than 10 years, and is approved by the US FDA for such cosmetic purposes.

What BOTOX® isn’t?

BOTOX® is not magic. It will not radically change y our look. It will not make you look twenty years younger. However it will soften those unwanted wrinkles and give you a more relaxed appearance. It does not get into the body system and does not remain in your body indefinitely.

How does BOTOX® work?

BOTOX® works by relaxing the tiny facial muscles that cause expression lines and wrinkles. Once the muscle is relaxed, you cannot contract it excessively or continue to make those undesirable facial expressions like frowning.

What to expect from the treatment?

Your doctor will determine exactly where and how much BOTOX® to use to achieve the best results. No anesthetic is required and the treatment usually takes 5 – 10 minutes only. Discomfort is minimal and brief – akin to an ant-bite sting for a few seconds.

Most people resume normal activities immediately. It takes 2-3 days for BOTOX® to take effect and its full effect is seen in 7 days.

How long does the effect last?

BOTOX® lasts for 4 – 6 months. Repeat injections may be given as desired. Recent studies have shown that repeat injections can impart a longer lasting effect i.e. you need less frequent treatment in the future.

Are there any side effects?

Most side effects if any are temporary and localized to the treatment areas. Some soreness and mild bruising can be easily covered up with makeup. Headache, drooping eyelids and drooping eyebrows may last for a few weeks but are temporary too.

Can BOTOX® be combined with other procedures?

BOTOX® is often combined with skin filler injections, laser treatment and chemical peel without any unwanted side effects.

Can BOTOX® be used for treatment of excessive sweating?

Yes, BOTOX can be used for the treatment of excessive sweating in the armpits, palms and soles. BOTOX targets sweating at its source – i.e. the nerves controlling the sweat glands to block excessive secretion of sweat. The effect of BOTOX® can last between 6 ? 12 months.

 

Dr Lynn Chiam…

Dr Lynn Chiam graduated from the National University of Singapore and subsequently received her Membership of the Royal College of Physicians (Internal Medicine) United Kingdom. She completed her specialist training in dermatology...

More about Dr. Lynn...





Why choose Children & Adult Skin Clinic?

No two individuals are the same. Our treatments are customized to each individual’s unique skin type & needs.

Through consultation with our doctor, a thorough analysis will be undertaken to determine the ideal treatment methods for the best possible results.

Atopic Eczema in Children

Atopic Eczema in Children

What is atopic eczema?

Atopic eczema is a chronic, itchy skin condition that is very common in children but may occur at any age.

It is also known as eczema and atopic dermatitis. It is the most common form of dermatitis. Atopic eczema usually occurs in people who have an ‘atopic tendency’.

This means they may develop any or all of three closely linked conditions; atopic eczema, asthma and hay fever (allergic rhinitis). Often these conditions run within families with a parent, child or sibling also affected.

 
 
 

What does atopic eczema look like?

There is quite a variation in the appearance of atopic eczema between individuals. From time to time, most people have acute flares with inflamed, red, sometimes blistered and weepy patches. In between flares, the skin may appear normal or suffer from chronic eczema with dry, thickened and itchy areas.
 
 

Infants

Infants less than one year old often have widely distributed eczema. The skin is often dry, scaly and red with small scratch marks made by sharp baby nails. The cheeks of infants are often the first place to be affected.

 

Toddlers and pre-schoolers

As children begin to move around, the eczema becomes more localised and thickened. Toddlers scratch vigorously and the eczema may look very raw and uncomfortable. Eczema in this age group often affects the outer aspects of joints, particularly the wrists, elbows, ankles and knees. It may also affect the genitals. As the child becomes older the pattern frequently changes to involve the creases of joints.
 

School-age children

Older children tend to have eczema affecting the elbow and knee creases. Other susceptible areas include the eyelids, earlobes, neck and scalp. They can develop recurrent acute itchy blisters on the palms, fingers and sometimes on the feet.

Many children develop a ‘nummular’ pattern of atopic eczema. This refers to small coin-like areas of eczema scattered over the body. These round patches of eczema are dry, red and itchy and may be mistaken for ringworm (a fungal infection).

 
 

Does atopic eczema persist forever?

Atopic eczema affects 15-20% of children but only 1-2% of adults. It is impossible to predict whether eczema will improve by itself or not in an individual. It is unusual for an infant to be affected with atopic eczema before the age of four months.

Atopic eczema is often worst between the ages of two and four but it generally improves after this and may clear altogether by the teens.

Treatment

Treatment of atopic eczema may be required for many months and possibly years.
It nearly always requires:
 
  • Reduction of exposure to trigger factors (where possible)
  • Regular emollients (moisturisers)
  • Intermittent topical steroids
In some cases, management may also include one of more of the following:
 
  • Topical calcineurin inhibitors such as pimecrolimus cream or tacrolimus ointment
  • Antibiotics
  • Antihistamines
  • Phototherapy
  • Oral corticosteroids

Longstanding and severe eczema may be treated with an immunosupressive agent.

  • Methotrexate
  • Ciclosporin
  • Azathioprine

Skin allergy tests we offer:

1. Skin prick test
2. Patch tests
3. Blood Allergy tests

For more information, contact us for appointment.

 

Dr Lynn Chiam…

Dr Lynn Chiam graduated from the National University of Singapore and subsequently received her Membership of the Royal College of Physicians (Internal Medicine) United Kingdom. She completed her specialist training in dermatology...

More about Dr. Lynn...






Why choose Children & Adult Skin Clinic?

No two individuals are the same. Our treatments are customized to each individual’s unique skin type & needs.

Through consultation with our doctor, a thorough analysis will be undertaken to determine the ideal treatment methods for the best possible results.

Pigmentation Laser Treatment

Pigmentation Laser Treatment

Pigmentation Laser Treatment
Q-Switched Nd:YAG lasers — Reduces Pigmentation, Pore Size & Fine Lines

Q-Switched Nd:YAG Laser Treatment

Q-Switched Nd:YAG laser is designed for the treatment of pigmentation, wrinkles, fine lines, aging skin, enlarged pores, sun damage and Hori’s naevus (an acquired deep brownish pigmentation in the skin).

It can also be used to remove certain birthmarks like Naevus of Ota and tattoo pigments.

The well loved Q-Switched Nd:YAG laser toning treatment is effective to rejuvenate and refresh skin in the treatment area, firming skin and tightening pores while offering a smoother texture and more even tone overall.

What causes these unwanted spots?

Melanin is what gives our skin its color. The amount of melanin in your skin determines if you have a light or dark complexion. Pigmented lesions are dark in color because the melanin is concentrated in one area of the skin, usually as a result of overexposure to the sun’s damaging ultraviolet rays.


How does a laser remove unwanted pigment in the skin?

Q-Switched Nd:YAG lasers produce a special wavelength of light that is absorbed by pigmented lesions. The light vibrates and shatters the pigment, breaking the melanin into micro-particles and lightening the lesion. You’ll notice the spot turning gray or white for a few minutes, a natural response of the skin as it absorbs the energy. The spot will then turn darker and slough off completely within one to two weeks.

In general, the non invasive Revlite treatment can:

  • Restore your skin from sun damage
    Over exposure from the sun can lead to increased pore size, skin pigmentation, discolouration and red areas on the skin. The Q-Switched Nd:YAG laser helps helps to decrease pore size, smoothen skin texture and lighten skin tone. The overall result is a refreshed appearance and younger looking skin.
  • Stimulate collagen remodelling for the reduction wrinkles
    Collagen is important in determining the volume of our skin. However, with aging, collagen is diminished resulting in wrinkles and fine lines to appear on the face. Therefore, when new collagen is generated, both fine lines and wrinkles are reduced as the new volume fills up underneath the skin.

    The Q-Switched Nd:YAG laser treatment is gentle enough to be used for the face, hands, neck and chest areas.

  • Remove Dark lesions and sun spots
    Q-Switched Nd:YAG laser skin rejuvenation can break down brown age spots, liver spots, freckles and other brown birthmarks using PhotoAcoustic Technology. Most common lesions may be removed within one to two treatments.

What can I expect during the treatment?

The Q-Switched Nd:YAG laser emits light in rapid, short pulses at high peak energy for maximum efficacy and comfort. The impact feels like no more than the snap of a thin rubber band. As the light shatters the pigment and diffuses the lesion, the spot will turn gray or white for a few minutes as the skin absorbs the energy.

Any post-treatment discomfort will feel similar to a mild sunburn, and any redness will dissipate within a day or two as the skin returns to its natural color.

What are the main benefits of laser skin rejuvenation with Q-Switched Nd:YAG laser?

  • Smaller pore size and less oil skin
  • Improvement in skin’s firmness and elasticity 
  • More even skin tone, eliminating brown spots, age/sun spots and blotchy areas 
  • Smoother texture sun spots, brown spots and uneven skin tone 
  • Removal of fine dark hair above lips, around sides of face 
  • A more refreshed appearance 
  • A complementary treatment with other cosmetic procedures 
  • Safe for most skin types, including tanned skin

Instructions for skin care after Q-Switched Nd:YAG laser treatment

Usually, an antibacterial ointment and a dressing will be applied to the area immediately after treatment.

The area should be kept clean with continued application of any ointment given to you by your physician. Avoid direct exposure to the sun and use a sunblock regularly. Do not rub, scratch or pick at the treated area. Do not apply make-up until the crust disappears and avoid swimming or contact  sports while the crusts are present.

How many treatment sessions will it take to remove the pigmented lesion?

Most pigmented lesions are removed within one to two treatments. Some deeper lesions will require more treatments

Can the excess pigmentation come back?

Common pigmented lesions do not return. Some birthmarks may return after a period of several
months to a year. However, the procedure can be repeated.

How can I better maintain the results?

After the initial treatment series, most patients return for RevLite treatments monthly or four times a year to maintain the great results. This anti-aging maintenance program is a smart investment in the long-term appearance of your skin – and a clinically proven way to improve signs of photo damage and replenish ongoing collagen loss.

Patients say their skin feels incredibly soft and many find they wear less make-up as their complexion becomes more radiant.

 

Dr Lynn Chiam…

Dr Lynn Chiam graduated from the National University of Singapore and subsequently received her Membership of the Royal College of Physicians (Internal Medicine) United Kingdom. She completed her specialist training in dermatology...

More about Dr. Lynn...






Why choose Children & Adult Skin Clinic?

No two individuals are the same. Our treatments are customized to each individual’s unique skin type & needs.

Through consultation with our doctor, a thorough analysis will be undertaken to determine the ideal treatment methods for the best possible results.

Eczema/ Dermatitis

Eczema/ Dermatitis

Dermatitis affects about one in every five people at some time in their lives. The terms dermatitis and eczema are often used interchangeably. In some cases the term eczematous dermatitis is used.  Dermatitis can be acute or chronic or both.

Acute eczema (or dermatitis) refers to a rapidly evolving red rash which may cause blisters and swelling. Chronic eczema (or dermatitis) refers to a long standing irritable area. It is often darker than the surrounding skin, thickened (lichenified) and much scratched. An in-between state is known as subacute eczema.

Some types of Eczema

  • Atopic eczema is particularly prevalent in children; inherited factors seem important, as there is nearly always a family history of dermatitis or asthma.
  • Irritant contact eczema is provoked by handling water, detergents, solvents or harsh chemicals, and by friction.
  • Allergic contact eczema is due to skin contact with substances that most people don’t react to: most commonly nickel, perfume, rubber, hair dye or preservatives.
  • Dry skin: especially on the lower legs, may cause asteatotic eczema.
  • Nummular eczema (also called ‘discoid eczema’) presents as scattered coin-shaped excoriated patches which can persist for a few months.
  • Seborrhoeic dermatitis and dandruff presents as scaly rash on the scalp and face and may be due to Malassezia yeasts that live in these areas.

 

Treatment of Dermatitis

An important aspect of treatment is to identify and tackle any contributing factors

  • Bathing
    Do not take longer than 15 minutes to bathe. Use a gentle cleanser
  • Irritants
    Protect your skin from dust, water, solvents, detergents, injury
  • Topical steroids
    Apply a topical steroid cream or ointment to the itchy areas. Steroids should usually be applied once or twice daily only to affected areas
  • Antihistamines
    Antihistamine tablets may help reduce the itch, and are particularly useful at night
  • Clothing
    Wear loose clothing made of soft and smooth material
  • Moisturizer
    Ask your doctor to recommend a good moisturizer and avoid perfumed products when possible
  • Topical calcineurin-inhibitors
    Pimecrolimus and Tacrolimus are new anti-inflammatory cream shown to be very effective for atopic dermatitis, with fewer side effects than topical steroids
  • Other treatments
    Systemic steroids, azathioprine, cyclosporine, phototherapy, and other complicated treatments may also be used for severe cases.

     

Skin allergy tests we offer:

1. Skin prick test
2. Patch tests
3. Blood Allergy tests

For more information, contact us for appointment.

Dr Lynn Chiam…

Dr Lynn Chiam graduated from the National University of Singapore and subsequently received her Membership of the Royal College of Physicians (Internal Medicine) United Kingdom. She completed her specialist training in dermatology...

More about Dr. Lynn...






Why choose Children & Adult Skin Clinic?

No two individuals are the same. Our treatments are customized to each individual’s unique skin type & needs.

Through consultation with our doctor, a thorough analysis will be undertaken to determine the ideal treatment methods for the best possible results.

What is a Dermatologist?

A dermatologist is the medical expert you should consult if you have any significant problem with
your skin.

A dermatologist is a doctor who has undergone many years of specialization in the study of the skin.

Dermatology is the science that is concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the skin, hair and nails.

The skin is the largest and most visible organ of the body. It reflects the health of the body and acts as a barrier against injury and bacteria. Unfortunately, at one time or another, nearly everyone has some type of skin disease – infants, children, teenagers, adults and the elderly. One in six (15%) of all visits to the family doctor (GP) involves a skin problem.

The most common skin diseases include:

  • Eczema
  • Warts
  • Acne
  • Fungal Infections
  • Skin Cancer
  • Psoriasis
  • Cold sores


Dermatologists are medical doctors turned specialists. In Singapore, the training to become a dermatology specialist requires 5 years of medical school, 3-4 years of internal medicine training, and another 3 years of advanced specialist training in dermatology coupled with numerous rigorous examinations.

The advance training program also involves hours of intensive study, research and practice in approved training centres in Singapore and overseas. In total, a dermatologist has a minimum of 10 years of training.

Dermatologists must have expertise in basic sciences including microbiology, pathology, biochemistry, physiology, and endocrinology. They must be familiar with all the other medical specialities because of their consultant work and because skin diseases are often associated with internal conditions.

Dermatologists perform minor skin surgery in some situations:

  • To prevent or provide early control of disease, eg remove skin cancer
  • To improve the skin’s appearance by removing growths, discolourations, or damage caused by ageing, sunlight or disease
  • To establish a definite diagnosis (biopsy).



Why choose Children & Adult Skin Clinic?

No two individuals are the same. Our treatments are customized to each individual’s unique skin type & needs.

Through consultation with our doctor, a thorough analysis will be undertaken to determine the ideal treatment methods for the best possible results.

Our Clinic

The Children & Adults Skin Hair and Laser Clinic is a dermatology specialist clinic located at Mt Elizabeth Novena, the newest addition to the Parkway group of hospitals.

We provide a comprehensive range of specialist skin services and treat a wide range of both adult and children skin conditions.

Our areas of expertise include eczema, birthmarks, pimples and pigmentation. Children & Adults Skin Hair Laser Clinic offers a wide range of treatments from non-invasive, non-surgical procedures to minor excisions of small skin growths; designed to restore your skin’s health and natural beauty in the shortest possible time.

Most of our treatments have have minimal or no downtime. These include laser skin treatments, fillers, chemical peels and skincare products for both women & men.

At Children & Adults Skin Hair and Laser Clinic, we understand that not all skin-types respond to the same type of treatment; that’s why we offer options.

From natural skincare to state of the art laser therapy; from children skin conditions to adult beauty indulgences, we’ve got all your skin needs covered.

We believe in building a lifelong relationship with you, catering to your skin needs at every stage of your life. So go on, WHY HESITATE ?

Call, SMS or email us for an appointment today.



Why choose Children & Adult Skin Clinic?

No two individuals are the same. Our treatments are customized to each individual’s unique skin type & needs.

Through consultation with our doctor, a thorough analysis will be undertaken to determine the ideal treatment methods for the best possible results.

About Dr Lynn Chiam

Dr Lynn Chiam

Dr Lynn Chiam graduated from the National University of Singapore and subsequently received her Membership of the Royal College of Physicians (Internal Medicine) United Kingdom. She completed her specialist training in dermatology at the National Skin Centre, Singapore. She is an accredicted dermatologist and is a Fellow of the Academy of Medicine (Dermatology), Singapore.

Dr Lynn Chiam received the Health Manpower Development Programme Award in 2009 for her fellowship in pediatric dermatology at the Department of Dermatology, Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, The Netherlands.

Dr Lynn Chiam was a Consultant Dermatologist and Head of the Pediatric Dermatology Unit in the Singapore National Skin Centre before leaving for private practice. She was a Visiting Consultant Department of Paediatrics, National University Hospital and to Kandang Kerbau Women’s and Children’s Hospital (KKWCH).

She was actively involved in teaching other doctors and medical students and was a Clinical Tutor in Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore.

She was also the head of the education committee at the National Skin Centre, Singapore. Dr Lynn Chiam was actively involved in setting up the Eczema Support Group with the goal of helping patients and their families cope with this skin condition.

She is currently a Medical Advisor to the Eczema Support Group. Dr Lynn Chiam has published numerous articles in international journals and has been invited as a reviewer for dermatology journals. Her work had been presented at many international medical conferences and she had been invited as a speaker in many local and regional talks.




Why choose Children & Adult Skin Clinic?

No two individuals are the same. Our treatments are customized to each individual’s unique skin type & needs.

Through consultation with our doctor, a thorough analysis will be undertaken to determine the ideal treatment methods for the best possible results.

Acne Vulgaris

Acne Vulgaris

Acne can occur in adolescents and adults. It can be persistent, with onset usually during teenage  years.

It affects up to 15% of women, and is reported to be less common in men. Acne can be  predominantly inflammatory, with papules (zits) and pustules, or predominantly comedonal (whiteheads).

 

Deep inflammatory lesions and macrocomedones may result in scarring.

How does adult acne differ from acne in adolescents?

 
  • The acne is very persistent and may continue into the 30s and 40s
  • Affected women often complain of large pores
  • Premenstrual flares are common
  • Macrocomedones (large whiteheads) are more common than in younger individuals. Environmental factors particularly oily face creams, smoking and stress are aggravating factors.
 

How is acne treated?

 
  • Mild acne can be treated with creams containing benzoyl peroxide, antibiotics and tretinoin
  • Moderate acne may require oral medications such as antibiotics and oral contraceptives
  • Severe acne can be treated with oral isotretinoin. It is usually well tolerated and can result in long term cure. However, it must not be taken in pregnancy.
  • For moderately severe acne, a pulse dye laser treatment is use such as Blue Light Therapy
  • For mild acne and scars, a chemical peel or micro-needling injection with PDRN or fillers are used 
  • For deep acne scars, we uses a Fractional Laser 

 

 

 

 

Dr Lynn Chiam…

Dr Lynn Chiam graduated from the National University of Singapore and subsequently received her Membership of the Royal College of Physicians (Internal Medicine) United Kingdom. She completed her specialist training in dermatology...

More about Dr. Lynn...






Why choose Children & Adult Skin Clinic?

No two individuals are the same. Our treatments are customized to each individual’s unique skin type & needs.

Through consultation with our doctor, a thorough analysis will be undertaken to determine the ideal treatment methods for the best possible results.

Contact Us



Children & Adult Skin

Mt Elizabeth Novena Specialist Medical Centre
38 Irrawaddy Road #07-22
Singapore 329563

Phone
+65 6570 2303

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Fax: (65) 6570 2302

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2.00pm – 5.00pm

Saturday :
9.00am – 12.30pm

Sunday & Public Holidays : CLOSED

 

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