Dr Daniel Chang
Held close to his heart, Dr Daniel Chang’s motto is ‘Making Asia more beautiful, one face at a time’. Dedicated to the world of aesthetic injectables – mainly botulinum toxin and fillers, he has helped many individuals look better and become more courageous.
A regional trainer for botox, filler and threadlift, he has grown three leading aesthetic clinic brands and published several articles in peer-reviewed aesthetic journals. He graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery from the National University of Singapore and was conferred membership of Royal College of Surgeons (United Kingdom).
His vision is an Aesthetic Centre of Excellence, built on the values of Honesty, Humility, Heart, Hope and a dose of good-natured Humour, to give everyone the opportunity to be their highest, truest, purest expression of selves.
Dr Wan Chee Kwang
Backed by intensive surgical training, Dr Wan Chee Kwang has been helping people achieve their desired looks with various medical aesthetic procedures such as botulinium toxin, fillers, chemical peels, pigment and resurfacing laser treatments and intense pulsed light.
He graduated from the National University of Singapore with degrees in medicine and surgery (MBBS) and attained membership of Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS Edinburgh). His plastic surgical stint and ophthalmology training at Singapore General Hospital and Tan Tock Seng Hospital, he gained valuable experience in understanding and treating the face.
Dr Wan believes that the face is everybody’s main interaction platform with the world and improving the natural look of the face will give people greater confidence in life.
What is Botox
BotoxTM is a straightforward remedy for smoothening out dynamic wrinkles. It involves the use of a neuro-paralytic protein that weakens muscles responsible for contractions and folds of the skin.
The treatment aims to soften dynamic lines on the face, smooth the skin and make the face look younger.
Why do we need to use Botox
As we age, it is natural for us to worry about the frown lines on our foreheads or the fine wrinkles around our eyes.
Those troubling lines are dynamic wrinkles, created by muscles beneath that fold the skin each time you make an expression – often at times, without you realising it. As the skin folds repeatedly, wrinkles start to turn into permanent lines, known as static wrinkles.
Botox Treatment Process
Various parts of the face can be treated with Botox, such as the forehead, crow’s feet and bunny lines on the nose. The procedure involves inserting a very fine needle into the skin.
A calculated amount of BotoxTM is infiltrated into the target area. This whole procedure is quick and numbing cream is applied to make it painless. The effects would normally be visible about one to two weeks after the procedure and last for six to nine weeks.
Botox application is an art. This means that sometimes the intended effect will not be fully present after the first session and a second visit is necessary for touch up and correction of lines.