Facial Aesthetic Procedures

Dermal Fillers provide a comfortable, non-surgical approach to filling-in wrinkles, restoring youthful volume and contours, rehydrating the skin, as well as enhancing your natural beauty by gently sculpting your features.

In the mature face, fillers are used to restore volume loss (cheeks, forehead and temples) and fill-in those deep wrinkles around the mouth (nasolabial and marionette lines) and lower face that contribute to a sagging tired look, to restore a youthful energetic appearance.

Ageing also causes the loss of hyaluronic acid, a natural sugar complex that retains water, leading to dehydration, fine lines and wrinkles – characteristics of old skin. Dermal fillers can help temporarily replace lost hyaluronic acid to restore the skin’s volume, smoothness and youthful appearance.

Whether your need is to rejuvenate skin, smooth wrinkles or enhance facial contours or lips, we have the product and the expertise to make you look good and feel great; with instant and long-lasting aesthetic results.


Botox remains one of the most popular non-invasive clinic procedures in the world. Used alone or in combination with other treatments like fillers and lasers, Botox is a safe and highly effective tool in non-invasive facial rejuvenation.

Botox is use to reduce wrinkles around the eyes, central frown lines, forehead wrinkles, and to elevate and shape the outer brow to achieve a refreshed, youthful appearance.mBotox is in contouring the face by softening the appearance of square jaws, and in the treatment of excessive sweating.

Botox is a purified protein that is injected in precise doses, directly into muscles to reduce excessive muscle activity that causes the formation of wrinkles. It is injected using a tiny needle and is virtually painless. Depending on the area and amount used, it can be expected to last between 3-6months after which the treatment is repeated. Regular use may help in the prevention of permanent lines.

Botox had been in use clinically for a decade before it was approved for cosmetic use. It is used to treat a wide variety of disorders such as migraines, sphincter dysfunction and cerebral palsy. It remains one of the safest drugs available for its intended use.


A square jawed appearance is very common among Asians. The problem is that Orientals with their wide apart cheekbones appear even more boxy with a square jaw. There are three factors that contribute to this. A prominent masseter muscle – that’s the muscle that pops out when you clench your teeth – is very often the main culprit. Thankfully this can be addressed fairly painlessly with Botox injections into the muscle. Treatments will initially have to be repeated once or twice depending on the aggressiveness of the muscle after which a top-up every nine monthly is sufficient.

Others may have a protruding, prominent angle of the jaw. This can only be addressed with surgery to shave it down to a more rounded contour and surgery is common in South Korea. Since the significant downtime is a deterrent, most patients at the Aesthetic Studio are usually very happy with the results from Botox injections to slim their jawline and thus seldom opt for more radical treatment.

Jowls are an area of fullness along the jawline caused by descent of skin and tissues due to aging and gravity. Jowls are seldom mentioned in discussions about square jaw but they do disrupt the perception of a smooth contour making it look more boxy. Just 10 years ago, the only way to address your jowls if you had any was to undergo a surgical facelift. Your options now are a lot more significant and infra-red face-lifting, microliposuction of the jowls and threadlifts – all of which can be tailored to meet your needs.


*Ezylift Facelift
*Silhouette Facelift
*Silhouette Sutures “Thread Lift” Facelift

The latest in non-surgical facial rejuvenation procedures, the “Thread Lift” offers a minimally-invasive way to restore years to your face and neck with no visible scars, and best of all, very little down-time. This procedure is ideal for both men and women.

As we age, the connective tissues and fat pads below our skin drop down. These changes become obvious in the form of sagging around the mouth, jaws and neck area. As the cosmetic enhancement arena continues to evolve, more and more emphasis is being placed on creative and effective techniques that minimize patient downtime while maximizing natural results.

At the forefront of this cosmetic evolution is the Silhouette Suture Facelift. This facial suspension technique gives natural-looking, effective results that can approach results achieved with open incision mini facelifts, especially when combined with skin tightening procedures.

Facelifts are usually performed under local anesthesia. For those who are more anxious, light sedation can be used. A typical treatment takes about one to two hours, depending on the number of threads used and areas that need lifting. Side effects and discomfort are mild.

The Silhouette Sutures Facelift procedure is often combined with Laser Skin Resurfacing or Rejuvenation, to enhance the anti-ageing effects. Since the facial tissues are not cut, there is minimal scarring under the skin, and a complex open facelift can still be done in the future if necessary. v Recovery after your procedure is usually quick with minimal discomfort. Most patients report a mild achy sensation for a few days that is alleviated with simple painkillers. You should avoid direct trauma or pressure on the face for several weeks, and sleep on your back to avoid pressing the face while sleeping. Normal skin care and make-up can be resumed the following day. Only light exercise is allowed until your post-operative visit.