About Dr Stephanie Ho

Dr. Stephanie Ho graduated with a degree from the University of Edinburgh and attained her post-graduate degree in Internal medicine in the UK. Following after, she completed her Dermatology training in London and went on to practice and undertake research at the University of Hong Kong, publishing many articles in journals and peer-reviewed journals.

Currently, she has set up her own private clinic - Stephanie Ho Dermatology and was formally a Consultant Dermatological Surgeon at National Skin Centre, Singapore. Her clinical interest includes surgery and lasers.

Having published over 20 publications in journals and book chapters, Dr Ho is a strong believer in research and education. She is an invited reviewer for several international dermatology journals. Furthermore, she presents at local, regional and international conferences as well as public forums. She has also been actively involved in the teaching of medical students and other fellow doctors throughout her career.

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Phone: 62620880


  • BSc (Hons) in Psychology
  • MB ChB
  • MRCP
  • CCT Dermatology
  • FAMS Dermatology

Dr Stephanie Ho offers the following treatments

  • Skin lumps and bumps removal
  • Skin Excision
  • Pincer or Ingrown Nail Removal
  • Age Spot Removal
  • Superstar Treatment
  • Laser for Redness, Acne Marks and Scars
  • Laser for Pigmentation and Rejuvenation
  • Laser for Mole Removal
  • Laser for Hair Removal
  • Laser for Birthmarks
  • Laser for Acne scarring
  • Injectables - Botox and Fillers
  • Essential Skin Care
  • Customized Rejuvenation
  • Diaper Rash
  • Cradle Cap
  • Skin Infections in Children
  • Moles and Birthmarks
  • Eczema in Children
  • Allergies in Children
  • Screening for Skin Cancer
  • Nail problems
  • Hand rashes
  • Facial Rashes
  • Dandruff
  • Corns and calluses
  • Skin Tag Removal
  • Surgical
  • Hyperhidrosis
  • Scar Treatment
  • Skin Biopsy
  • Wart Removal
  • Fungal Infections
  • Paediatric
  • Cosmetic
  • Urticaria
  • Vitiligo
  • Warts
  • Medical
  • Cyst Removal
  • Allergies
  • Psoriasis
  • Hair Loss
  • Skin Cancers
  • Eczema
  • Rosacea
  • Scars
  • Acne
  • Mole Removal
  • Skin Tightening

Recent Answers

Why is my pigmentation becoming more noticeable after 1 to 3 sessions of Pico laser treatment? Is it normal?

Hi, Darkening of pigmentation after laser on the face can sometimes occur, especially in Asians or darker skin individuals. While this can happen with all types of lasers, certain lasers with a shorter pulse width, such as the nanosecond Q switched lasers as well as picosecond lasers will carry a higher risk. In Asians, a longer pulse width laser such as that used in the Alextrivantage laser or Cutera Excel V laser will carry a lower risk of post laser pigmentation. If you do already have darkening, medical grade lightening creams can help fade it faster.

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How do I get rid of post-inflammatory erythema, which is now a pinkish patch on my face?

Hi, post-inflammatory erythema is a common consequence after recent: Acne Rashes Burns Minor surgical procedures It is due to an increase in blood vessels and inflammation around the previous area of injury or disease. Treatment can be by the following strategies: Monitor, put on sun protection, and wait for the redness to resolve over time. This will usually take 2-6 months on the face. Topical silicone gels or vitamin C serums can give mild improvement. Vascular lasers such as VBEAM laser is an excellent treatment for post-inflammatory erythema.

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What are the causes of a persistent blood clot on my lip that doesn't disappear?

It is difficult to ascertain what the persistent blood clot on the lip may be due to without a photo. However, conditions such as: Angiomas Haemangioma Port wine stains Can all contribute to a red area that is persistent and have little symptoms. In more serious cases, even skin cancers can present as a pink or red spot that is persistent and grows over time. It is best to seek medical advice early if you have a new, persistent, or changing skin lesion. Hope this helps.

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Recent Sessions

Moles & Skin Cancer

Dr Stephanie Ho is a British trained Consultant Dermatologist who is registered as a skin specialist both in Singapore and the United Kingdom. She has over 18 years of medical experience, and has practised in Edinburgh, London, Hong Kong and Singapore. She seeks to offer personalised strategies for each individual patient, bridging the gap between traditional dermatology and beauty.



Pacific Plaza, #08 - 05 9 Scotts Road Singapore 228210

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* This profile has been last updated on March 5, 2021.