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  • Wrinkles | Condition | BK Medical Singapore

    Wrinkles ​ Wrinkles are creases or folds in the skin that are a natural part of the aging process. They occur as the skin loses elasticity and collagen, becoming thinner and more fragile. Wrinkles can also be caused by external factor s such as sun exposure, smoking, and pollution. Wrinkles are a natural part of the aging process. The most significant factor is the gradual breakdown of collagen and elastin in the skin, which are proteins that provide strength and elasticity to the skin. What are wrinkles? Book Appointment Whatsapp Us What causes Wrinkles? Facial Expression Genetics Smoking Sun exposure Sun exposure : Overexposure to the sun's ultraviolet (UV) rays can damage the skin and cause premature aging and wrinkles. ​ Smoking : Smoking can reduce blood flow to the skin, which can deprive it of oxygen and essential nutrients, leading to wrinkles. ​ Facial expressions : Repeated facial expressions, such as squinting or frowning, can cause wrinkles to form in the skin over time. ​ Genetics : Genetics play a role in the aging process and can influence when and how wrinkles develop. ​ Environmental factors : Environmental factors such as pollution and harsh weather conditions can damage the skin and contribute to the development of wrinkles. What causes Wrinkles? Types of Common Wrinkles Treatments for Wrinkles What causes Wrinkles? Types of Wrinkles ​ Fine Lines : These are the earliest and most superficial type of wrinkles, less than 1mm in width and typically found around the eyes and mouth. ​ Deep Wrinkles : These are more pronounced and noticeable than fine lines, caused by natural aging, sun damage, and facial expressions. They can appear as folds or furrows on the forehead, between the eyebrows, and around the mouth. ​ Folds or Sagging Skin : This is the most severe form of wrinkles, caused by a loss of skin elasticity due to aging, sun exposure, and other lifestyle factors such as smoking. They can appear on the face, neck, and body, and are most noticeable on the cheeks, jowls, and neck. Types of Wrinkles Treatments for Wrinkles Laser Treament Injectable Treatments Laser and light therapies : These treatments use targeted energy to stimulate collagen production and reduce the appearance of wrinkles. ​ Injectable treatments : These include neurotoxins like B0T0X and dermal fillers like Juvederm, which can reduce the appearance of wrinkles by relaxing facial muscles and adding volume to the skin. ​ Topical treatments : These are creams and serums that can reduce the appearance of wrinkles by promoting collagen production and improving skin texture. ​ ​ ​ Chemical peels : These involve applying a chemical solution to the skin to remove the outer layer and promote cell turnover, which can improve skin texture and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. ​ Surgical procedures : These are more invasive options like facelifts, brow lifts, and eyelid surgery, which are typically reserved for severe cases of sagging skin and deep wrinkles. It's important to consult with a professional to determine which treatment is best suited for your needs. Tretmens fo Wrinkles Book Appointment Whatsapp Us

  • BK Aesthetic Clinic | BK Medical Singapore

    Globalizing beyond Korea, BK Medical Group Aesthetic Clinic Beauty Korea in Singapore 한국BK성형외과 싱가폴분원 싱가폴의 유일한 한국 성형외과전문의가 운영하는 성형클리닉 Book Consultation Book Treatment Committed to delivering results-oriented aesthetics and treatments. “ " - John TREATMENTS We offer a variety of treatments and procedures, find out more by clicking on the different treatments we offer before booking an appointment with us or if you already know what you want, what are you waiting for? Laser Treatment Fillers B0T0X Skin Tightening Hair Loss Treatment Lip Skin Rejuvenation Korean Skin Therapy BK Signature Program Scar Revision Book Treatment OUR DOCTORS Dr. Sy Lilin Aesthetic Medicine Dr. Kim Byung Gun Founder and Director, BK Medical Group Pte. Ltd. Dr. Rexon C.K Ngim Senior Consultant Plastic Surgeon Read More OUR PRODUCTS Quick View HIFU Price S$850.00 Add to Cart Quick View RF Microneedling Price S$699.00 Add to Cart Quick View Picolaser (1st Trial) Price S$88.00 Add to Cart Quick View Filler - Undereye Price S$688.00 Add to Cart Quick View HIFU Price S$850.00 Add to Cart Quick View RF Microneedling Price S$699.00 Add to Cart Quick View Picolaser (1st Trial) Price S$88.00 Add to Cart Quick View Filler - Undereye Price S$688.00 Add to Cart View More BK CLIENT SELFIE Book an appointment Name Email Phone Treatment arrow&v Select a date Select your preferred time Choose an option arrow&v Remarks Submit Thanks for submitting!

  • Steroid Injections | Treatment | BK Medical Singapore

    Steroid Injections Treatment Introduction to Steroid Injections Treatment Steroid injections are a treatment option for certain skin conditions on the face, such as nodulocystic acne or keloid scars. The procedure involves injecting a small amount of diluted corticosteroid directly into the affected area. In medical terms, it is also known as intralesional steroid injection. Cortisone has anti-inflammatory properties and this injection helps to reduce inflammation, flatten cystic acne and speeds up recovery process of acne breakout. The procedure is typically performed by doctors in Singapore and can be done quickly and easily. After the injection, the area may be mildly swollen or tender for a few days, but most people can resume their regular activities immediately. Your healthcare provider will provide you with post-treatment care instructions to ensure the best results and minimize any potential risks or side effects. Benefits of Steroid Injections Treatment Safe and effective Reduced scarring Long-lasting re sults Targeted treatment Rapid improvement Related Treatments and Conditions Pico Laser Treatment Acne (Condition) Wrinkles (Condition) Fillers Chemical Peel Book Appointment Whatsapp Us Procedure of Steroid Injections 2. When should i get Steroid Injections Book Appointment Whatsapp Us

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