David obtained his medical degree from the National University of Singapore. He then went on to obtain the prestigious post-graduate surgical qualifications from the Royal College of Surgeons (Edinburgh).
David was subsequently handpicked as a Surgery-In-General Resident. He underwent extensive training in various Surgical specialties. Whilst training, he was awarded a scholarship and completed an elective posting in General Surgery at Harvard Medical School’s teaching hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital. In addition, David was awarded the prestigious TEDMED Front-Line Scholarship by Cleveland Clinic.
Being an avid photographer and President of his high school's photography club, David developed a keen eye for beauty and symmetry. Coupled with his background in Surgery which he developed a sound understanding of facial anatomy and a pair of steady hands, David decided to further pursue a focus practice in Facial Aesthetics. He is dual certified by the Aesthetic Dermatology Education Group (Singapore) and American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine (USA) to perform a large range of procedures, such as Botulinum Toxin injections, dermal fillers and lasers. He is also an alumnus and holds a certificate in Clinical Dermatology from the National Skin Centre (Singapore).
David practises Facial Aesthetics based on his belief that less is more and that every face is unique. He is known amongst his patients for his ability to perform procedures that complement and enhance the entire face. Through comprehensive consultation, meticulous attention to detail and a keen aesthetic eye, he is able to tailor procedures to the specific needs of each individual, to deliver naturally beautiful results.
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Yes, in short, fillers can be performed for upper eyelid hollowness and eyebrow lift. Besides the general risks of swelling and bruising with fillers, filler placement in this area requires careful placement in the appropriate plane to prevent the small but serious risk of skin necrosis and blindness because of blood vessels that lead to the back of the eye in this area. Using the right type of fillers and performed appropriately, there can be a significant and natural aesthetic result for upper eyelid hollowness. Do consult an experienced doctor for treatment. Hope this helps.
In such a scenario, may I suggest a more prudent approach of combining gentle massage and radiofrequency/lasers to even out the more "overfilled" side. In my opinion, hyaluronidase injection should only be used if the above conservative approaches fail, because the amount of filler degradation on the "overfilled" side cannot be accurately predicted with hyaluronidase. I would recommend that you see an experienced Aesthetic Dr to carry out the above procedures. Hope this helps!
What anti-aging treatments are recommended for a 40 year old lady who has never undergone any aesthetic procedures before?
There are a multitude of aesthetic treatments available. Being new to aesthetic treatments, I would recommend treating your complexion issues first as this usually involves aesthetic procedures that are least invasive (medical-grade creams & lasers) and can have the most significant improvement in your overall appearance. This is followed by then addressing volume loss and skin laxity concerns with treatment options that my colleagues have mentioned. Do have a discussion with your trusted aesthetic provider to understand more. Hope this helps.