Dr Lee Mun Heng graduated from the University of Cambridge in the UK where he read medicine and surgery under a scholarship from the Cambridge Commonwealth Trust. He spent his clinical years at Addenbrooke's NHS Hospital in Cambridge before graduating in 2003. During his studies, he also spent a year on research with the University's Department of Molecular Pathology and was consequently conferred a Master of Arts. Dr Lee was one of five Cambridge medical students in his cohort to secure an elective position at the famous Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, USA.
Upon returning to Singapore, Dr Lee joined Raffles Hospital as Manager of its Plastic Surgery and Aesthetic Center, as well as its Internal Medicine and Oncology Centre. There, Dr Lee played an important role in training general practitioners who demonstrated a potential for further development in the field of medical aesthetics.
Dr Lee is very passionate in helping all his patients look their best. He utilizes safe, minimally invasive, and holistic procedures to draw out his patients’ natural beauty. Over the years, he has actively participated in training courses in Naples (Italy), Tokyo, and South Korea to build his knowledge and expertise in laser and aesthetics. He also participated in various conferences locally and globally to keep up with the latest research, technology, and clinical studies.
Dr Lee believes in integrative treatment and has been working closely with leading specialist doctors in various fields. Most recently, he was under the tutelage of leading experts in Korea to bring Ultra V Lift to his patients.
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- Treatment for Pigmentation
- RF Skin Tightening
- Wrinkle Reduction
- Acne Skin Resurfacing
- Plexr Plasma EyeLIFT
- HIKO Nose Thread Lift
- Non-surgical EyeBAG Removal
- The Liquid FaceLift
- AquaShine Skin Booster
- AquaShine BB Laser
- Kinetic Jet FaceLift
- NeoGen Plasma EyeLIFT
- NeoGen Plasma Skin Regeneration
- Rejuran Skin Healer
- Pico Laser for Acne Scars
- Fotona Laser Eyebag Removal
- Fotona 4D Laser Face Lift
White patches can appear on the skin for multiple reasons, and not just because of Vitiligo. Most commonly, it can be caused by fungal infections like Pityriasis Alba and Tinea Versicolor. We see these white patches on the faces of children, and it can also appear on the affected body parts in adults and teenagers. With Tinea Versicolor, the white patches can be accompanied by symptoms such as itching and scaling. Fungal microorganisms such as Malassezia furfur can be isolated. As with most medical conditions, the strategy is to treat the cause and not to cover up the white patches.
I think the question should be more aptly rephrased as “What type of laser treatment is suitable for sensitive and acne-prone skin? ” To this point, I must say a lot of this depends on the clinical experience of your doctor. Textbook doctors may sometime run into real-world problems as most of us doctors experienced when we first started treating patients. After more than 10 years, we learn from the exceptions and when textbook protocols don’t apply exactly. The Asian skin type is rather different from Caucasian skin.
Over the course of more than a decade in clinical practice, I have used and come across many lasers. Some have withstood the test of time and stayed relevant. Some disappeared almost as soon as they were launched, not that I care to mention. There is no perfect laser and neither are there perfect doctors. There are only suitable lasers for individual patients and a rewarding doctor-patient relationship. In my clinic, I am fortunate to have access to a vast array of medical lasers. In our local diverse population, I increasingly find myself spending time with the Fotona™ Laser platform.
Eye Bags And Dark Eye Circles
Dr Lee Mun Heng is driven by a passion for helping his patients look their best. He does this by aiming to draw out their natural beauty through the application of safe, minimally invasive and holistic procedures. A graduate of the world-renowned University of Cambridge in the UK, Dr Lee read medicine and surgery on a prestigious scholarship from the Cambridge Commonwealth Trust.