- MB CHb (Aberdeen)
- F.R.C.S (Ireland)
- F.A.M.S. (Plastic Surgery)
Dr Colin Tham is a board-certified Reconstructive and Plastic Surgeon. He graduated from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland in 1992, and went on to complete his specialist training in Plastic Surgery at SGH. He was then admitted as a fellow to the Royal College of Surgeons in 1999. In 2003, he obtained a MOH scholarship to complete a fellowship in Oriental Aesthetic Surgery in Taiwan. In 2005, he played a key role in setting up the Aesthetic Centre in KK hospital, where he still returns as a visiting consultant.
Dr Tham continues to hone his craft on the cutting edge of both cosmetic surgery and non-invasive aesthetic procedures, often combining the two in his passionate pursuit of maximum results with minimal downtime.
Dr Tham has a special interest in the following areas:
- VASER Hi-Def Liposculpture, being one of the first plastic surgeons to introduce the technique in 2007,
- Thermage and Ulthera, both of which he played a role in the development of techniques
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- Silhouette Soft Threadlift
- Ultra V Lift (UVL) / PDO Threads
- Sciton ProFractional XC Laser
- Sciton Microlaser Peel
- Non-Surgical Rejuvenation
- Facial Cosmetics Surgery
- Body Cosmetic Surgery
- Eye Surgery
- Breast Surgery
- Nose Surgery
I'm sorry to hear that your result is unsatisfactory. At 9 months, we can assume that the result is fairly stable and will not improve significantly without action. From what you describe, the optimal solution is to undergo a 2nd procedure involving VASER liposelection to reduce/smoothen the excessive areas with concurrent fat transfer to fill in the dimples/concavities.
What are the main factors to consider in deciding between breast implants or fat transfer to the breast?
I agree with Dr Chui, there are certainly many considerations when choosing between fat transfer or implants. While impossible to cover everything in detail, some of the important factors are:1. Cost? - At least in my practice, the cost of both options is very similar so this is usually not an important deciding factor. 2. Feasibility? - Most slim patients wanting a significant augmentation do not have sufficient fat for transfer to achieve a "C" cup. In such patients, implants are the only safe option. 3. Desired Result?
The majority of lower blepharoplasties I've performed over the last 14 years have involved fat repositioning or redistribution. Essentially, fat repositioning involves the release of fat from within the eyebag, pulling it downwards to fill in the tear troughs (if present). The fat is secured in position with dissolvable stitches. If there is more fat than required, some is removed. If there is insufficient fat, concurrent fat grafting would be beneficial.
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Dr Colin Tham is a consultant plastic surgeon in private practice here in Singapore. He is also accredited by and recognised as a specialist reconstructive and plastic surgeon by Singapore’s Ministry of Health.
Singapore Plastic Surgeon, Dr Tham obtained his Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, in 1992. He then proceeded to undergo Basic and Advanced Specialist Training in Plastic Surgery at Singapore General Hospital, and was subsequently admitted as a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons (Ireland) in 1999. He is also a Fellow of the Academy of Medicine (Singapore) and a committee member at the Singaporean Chapter of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons.
Dr Tham is also known for being one of the first plastic surgeons who introduced the acclaimed VASER Hi-Def Liposculpture to Singapore in 2007, and has also been involved in the development of Thermage and Ulthera, giving him the privilege to train doctors internationally in these renowned techniques.