Aesthetic Clinic Singapore Price: Aesthetic Treatment Prices in Singapore 2018 / 2019

Ever wondered how much does it cost to do an aesthetic procedure in Singapore? 

Aesthetic procedure prices in Singapore

Although the numbers and statistics are everywhere on the internet, we have compiled and organised the information accordingly (by procedure) in one place. The pricing information below is based on the published prices from major centres and pricing information available online. 

This includes:

  • Dermal Fillers Cost in Singapore 
  • Ultherapy Singapore Price 
  • Permanent Laser Hair Removal Price Singapore 
  • Fractional CO2 Laser for Acne Scar Removal (Acne Scar Laser Treatment) 
  • Botox Treatment Price in Singapore 
  • Laser Pigmentation Treatment Cost in Singapore 
  • FUE Hair Transplant Price Singapore

Here is the list.
The average cost of dermal fillers vary from one clinic to another in Singapore. The cost of dermal filler injections may vary based on type of fillers used, expertise and qualifications of the person performing the treatment, the type of procedure used, time and effort the procedure or treatment requires.
When choosing an aesthetic doctor for dermal filler injections, remember that the doctor's experience and your comfort with him or her are just as important as the final cost of the procedure.

Dermal Fillers Price range in Singapore: $500 - $850/syringe (e.g. chin filler may require 1 syringe and lip filler may require another syringe)

Note: 1-2 syringes are usually required per treatment. You may also need to check with your doctor whether the price quoted was for the product alone or the total cost of the procedure i.e. fillers + doctor fee.

Types of fillers:

  1. Juvederm Ultra, Volbella, XC, Vollure (Hyaluronic acid) 
  2. Juvederm Voluma (relatively more expensive than the other Juvederm range) 
  3. Restylane 
  4. Sculptra (Polylactic acid) 
  5. Perlane 
  6. Radiesse (Calcium hydroxylapatite) 
  7. Bellafill (Polymethyl-methacrylate microspheres) 
  8. Fat (relatively more expensive) 
To find a Clinic for Dermal Fillers in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), check out Dermal Fillers Malaysia.

Ultherapy Singapore Price
  • Full facelift with upper neck: $3,000 - $5,000/session 
  • Cheeks and under-eye: $2,200/session 
  • Cheeks: $1,900/session 
  • Upper face (forehead / browlift / crow’s feet): $640/session 
Note: 1-3 sessions may be required.

Permanent Hair Removal Price Singapore

This varies widely depending on the density & surface area to be covered and the method used (Laser or IPL).

Laser Hair Removal: $150 - $280/session

Note: 3-5 sessions required

IPL method is relatively cheaper.


Fractional CO2 Laser for Acne Scar Removal (Acne Scar Laser Treatment)

The fractional CO2 laser Singapore price 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 treatment average price range in Singapore: $400 - $800/session. Normally 2-5 sessions may be required.


Botox Singapore Price

Botox helps to reduce wrinkled areas at the eyes, forehead and cheeks by relaxing the facial muscles. The effects last approximately 6 - 12 months, depending on a person’s lifestyle and muscle size.

Botox Singapore Cost: SGD 300 - SGD 800 per area (e.g. Forehead is one area, eyes are another area), depending the no. of units (U) used.

Note:
Dosing guidelines for the Treatment of Crows Feet Line (CFL) and Glabella Lines (GL i.e. forehead/frown lines)

When treating CFL:
3 injection sites per side injected into the lateral orbicularis oculi muscle (total of 6 sites)
Total recommended dose is 12U to 36U (6U to 18U) per side
2 - 6 U is recommended per injection site.

When treating GL:

2 injection sites in each corrugator muscle and 1 in the procerus muscle.
Total recommended dose is 20U.

Related: Finding the Best Botox Treatment Clinic in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor, Malaysia



Laser Pigmentation Treatment Cost in Singapore

Severe Melasma, Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation - The cost of laser pigmentation treatment in Singapore for more persistent melasma ranges from $1500 - $2800. The total cost will depend on the number of sessions required.

Freckles and Solar Lentigos - Medical grade lasers (eg Q-switched lasers) are much more effective at clearing a comprehensive range of pigmentations compared to IPLs.

It usually takes 2-3 sessions of lasers over 2 to 3 months to see good results. Cost-wise, you can expect to spend around $800 to $1600.

Pigmentation Birthmarks, Ota Nevi, Hori Nevi - These types of hyper-pigmentation are tougher to treat. It may require 5 to 10 sessions. The treatment cost varies depending on the severity, but most patients do not spend more than $3000.

Related: Pigmentation Treatment Cost in Malaysia 2018


FUE Hair Transplant Price Singapore


Though the total price of the procedure varies on the extent of work needed to cover the affected area, which includes the number of grafts that you need plus the surgeon fees and other incidental fees, expect to shell out something around $6k and above.

The price of a hair transplant per graft in Singapore varies widely, from $5 to $10 per graft.

The average is about SGD 7 per graft, i.e. if you are going for 1000 grafts, it will cost you SGD 7 x 1000 = SGD 7,000.

Note: There is a difference between cost per hair and cost per graft. One graft/follicle may have 2 - 3 hairs. If a surgeon quotes you in terms of per hair, it may appear lower, but the total cost of the procedure may still be the same.




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