TRIANGLE OF YOUTH
Different Face-Shapes call for different approaches.
The highly popular facial filler treatments should be custom tailored for each and every face shape.
One of the most obvious signs when we age is the “triangle of youth” gets inverted. In youth, the face is wider at the cheekbones, narrowing down to the chin. This is called the Triangle of Youth. With age, volume is lost under the eyes, the cheekbones and temples causing sagging and a widening of the jaw-line and jowls. The “triangle of youth” becomes inverted.
At David Loh Surgery, the “triangle of youth” can be restored using facial fillers and botox. This is the essence of facial sculpting and contouring. And these treatments can be also be done as a non-surgical facelift either alone or in conjunction with skin-tightening treatments like Ulthera.
- The preferred treatment would be to revolumize the face using fillers or autologous fat as a first step.
- Ulthera and Thermage can be directed at pre-parotid fascia to minimize shrinking of the fat pads.
- Our preferred Fillers in such situations would be Voluma or Belotero Intense.
- Sculptra and Ellanse are not in fact a filler but rather substances to activate collagen.
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IN THE PRESS
“THE NEEDLE MASTER: DR DAVID LOH – An unassuming doctor with a quiet demeanor, Dr David Loh has gathered quite a following for his filler treatments. After all, he says that he is the trainer for new doctors wishing to learn the procedure in Singapore”
DR DAVID LOH
Dr David Loh, the Allergan appointed trainer since 2006, has trained more than 300 doctors in Singapore the finer techniques of Botox and filler injections. He started his aesthetic clinic in 2002. He is now a faculty of the Allergan Academy and a much sought after speaker and trainer for advanced Botox and Filler techniques.
DR PHOON YI SHAN
Dr Phoon-George Yi Shan graduated from the National University of Singapore (NUS) in 2003. She then became a member of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and was later awarded her Master of Medicine in Orthopaedics Surgery from NUS. She is accredited in aesthetic procedures such as botox and filler injections, threadlifts as well as cosmetic lasers. She has a special interest in Hair Transplant surgery, for which she trained in a renowned Hair Transplant Center in South Korea.