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Melasma Treatment Malaysia: Price and Reviews 2019

If you are looking for melasma treatment price guide and reviews in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor, Malaysia; you are in the right place.

There are different types of pigmentation, including freckles, melasma, sunspots, keratosis and others. Knowing which type of pigmentation you have is important in getting the right treatment for it. Usually, your doctor will be able to determine the type of pigmentation you have, and provide treatments like laser treatments to remove the pigmentations from your skin.

The best melasma treatment starts with the right 'Diagnosis'

The first step to effective melasma treatment in Malaysia is an accurate diagnosis. Most of you may have been sold that a laser treatment is the best and only option for pigmentation but nothing could be further from the truth. Laser treatments are not always needed and may not be the best and most affordable option.
Melasma - Patches on both sides of the cheeks or forehead. Often in middle aged, Asian women of darker skin typ…

Dermal Fillers for the Eyes: Serious Filler-related Complications

Even the best injectors can experience sometimes serious dermal filler-related complications when injecting around the eyes. There are a few important nuances in technique that will not only help reduce complication risk but also improve outcomes. One expert offers his advice in this article.

Even the best injectors can experience sometimes serious filler-related complications when injecting around the eyes, but there are a few important nuances in technique that not only reduce complication risk but also improve outcomes, according to Robert A. Goldberg, M.D., an oculoplastic surgeon at UCLA’s Jules Stein Eye Institute.

Related: Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons warns fillers can cause blindness

Dr. Goldberg and colleagues found hyaluronic acid fillers generally were well tolerated up to five years in their retrospective review of 147 patients who had received filling in the periorbital hollows, published last year in the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology.

But short-term complications…

Aesthetics 101 (Part 4): Introduction to LASER, Laser Types, Indications and Price 2019

This is part 4 of our Aesthetics 101 series. Due to the advancement in laser technology, it is now possible to significantly improve aged and sun-damaged skin, scars, hair, tattoo as well as various skin pigmentation with just a couple of skin laser sessions.

Introduction: What are lasers?

The term "laser" originated as an acronym for "Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation".

Since its invention in 1960, laser system we have today are ever more sophisticated.

There’s an endless world of options with lasers these days. Fraxel (Fractional), Pico lasers, Q Switch lasers, Long Pulse lasers, Quasi Long Pulse laser, CO2 lasers, Erbium lasers, Ablative, non-ablative, fractional and non-fractional and more than we could even list here without boring you to death. But do they work? How do they work? There’s a thousand questions around them to ask… so let’s get started!

Firstly, we need to look at the big picture and categorize the laser types so that if you …

Laser Treatment for Acne Scars: Prices and Reviews 2019

If you are looking to find the best aesthetic clinic for your laser treatment for acne scar, you may wish to check out the cost and related reviews from customers who 'have been there, done that'.

Acne scars cannot be treated only with medicines. The acne scars laser treatment involves the technique of laser resurfacing. Laser resurfacing procedure not only treats acne scars but also gives you a glowing and younger looking skin. In general, CO2 lasers are the gold standard when it comes to treating scars, wrinkles and photo-rejuvenation. It’s also not uncommon for most people to try completely ineffective methods, from DIY home treatments to beauty spa facials and underpowered lasers.

How Much Does Fractional Laser Treatment for Acne Scars cost in Malaysia?

This depends on the type and extent of scarring you have, and nature of treatment required.

To illustrate: For severe and extensive acne scars, your doctor may suggest 3 – 5 x sessions of laser resurfacing. Fractional CO2 laser…