Facelift in Singapore: Prices and Reviews 2020 (Non Surgical and Surgical Facelift)

A facelift can include a number of different treatments and procedures that aim to address the effects of aging. Options for facelifts fall into 2 broad categories: non-surgical facelift and surgical facelift. Generally, a range of treatments are used in combination to achieve your overall facial rejuvenation goals.


Non Surgical Facelift Singapore

Non-surgical options for facelifts fall into three categories: replenishing lost volume, resurfacing the superficial skin and tightening deeper tissue. Generally, a range of treatments are used in combination to achieve your overall facial rejuvenation goals.

How Much Does Non Surgical Facelift Cost in Singapore?

The cost for non-surgical facelift treatments may vary based on the type of procedure used and how many sessions are required. To give you an indication, here's a breakdown:

Ultherapy cost in Singapore: $2800 - $4500 per session.

Thermage cost in Singapore: $2800 to $4500 per session.

Dysport Dermalift cost in Singapore: $700 - $1200.

Minimally Invasive Facelift

Dr Colin Tham
4D Facelifting Package (Silhouette Threadlifting + Liquid Facelift + Fillers): $7,000
Ref: plastytalk.com

Cost: $3,500 to $6,000
Ref: expatliving.sg/facelifts-in-singapore-from-botox-to-thread-lifts-its-all-you-need-to-know-about-techniques-prices-and-clinics/

Non Surgical Facelift Singapore Reviews

Currently a very in-demand procedure in Korea, HIFU stands for High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound and it uses precise medical ultrasound for non-surgical tightening and lifting of the skin. The award-winning Ultraformer HIFU is designed to help lift and tone your visage on multiple levels – including face and neck lifting, skin tightening, V-face shaping, jowl / double chin reduction – by melting excess/displaced fat, and inducing collagen rejuvenation within the skin.
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Thermage, Ultherapy And Dysport Dermalift In Singapore: Cost And Comparison Of Non-Surgical Facelifts (2018)
In this comprehensive 2-part guide, I cover the pros and cons of all the most popular non-surgical facelifts and threadlifts, as well as what you can expect to pay for each treatment in Singapore. In between, I sprinkle some of my insight and personal experiences with performing these treatments over the years.
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Surgical Facelift Singapore

A surgical facelift, or rhytidectomy, is a surgical procedure that improves visible signs of aging in the face and neck. 

How Much Does Surgical Facelift Cost in Singapore?

A surgical facelift procedure in Singapore may vary from USD 5,000 to USD 7,500 (SGD 7,000 to 10,000) depending on the surgeon, procedure method and the surgical facility in Singapore.


Facelift: about USD 4650
Source: mymedholiday.com

USD 7,000 to 7,500
Source: health-tourism.com/facelift/singapore/

Surgical Facelift Singapore Review

Facelifts in Singapore: From Botox to thread-lifts, it’s all you need to know about techniques, prices and clinics

It used to be clear what a facelift was: a surgical operation under anaesthesia that made incisions near the hairline, then pulled back and excised loose skin to take ten years off your face. Then came the revolutionary promise of upliftment through minimally or non-invasive modalities – Botox, laser, radiofrequency (RF), ultrasound and more. And now, to confuse us still further, many cosmetic brands have topical lotions and potions that purport to lift your skin – even old Nivea is on the bandwagon.

Most of all, a facelift was something that I knew I would never think of doing. Until I fell in love with Joan Rivers, that is. Chief Constable of the Fashion Police and perhaps the rudest woman in the world, she’s famous for being immoderately lifted, nipped and tucked, and looks fabulous – though she turns 80 this month...

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Best Facelift Surgeons in Singapore

Below, we have also compiled a list of plastic surgeons and cosmetic surgery centres in Singapore for your reference.

*We have also added their estimate age for your convenience. As it was difficult to find available information on the age of the plastic surgeons, we have made an estimate based on the year that they have completed their medical degree program. Most doctors would have completed their basic medical degree at an estimated age of 25 years old. For example, Dr Erik Ang; graduated from NUS with MBBS (NUS) in 1989. So, current year (2018) minus 1989 = 29 years post-graduation. Therefore, his current age is 25 + 29= 54 yrs old.

Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre

Address: 3 Mount Elizabeth, Singapore 228510

Dr Jun Jin CHUA, (Estimate Age*: 53 yrs old)

Dr Erik Sze-Wee ANG. (Estimate Age*: 54 yrs old)

Dr Andrew KM KHOO. (Estimate Age*: 55 yrs old)

Dr Harry Wing-Sang FOK. (Estimate Age*: 63 yrs old)

Dr Choong-Lieng YEAP. (Estimate Age*: 66 yrs old)
#14 13. 

Dr Chi-Chin CHAN. (Estimate Age*: 71 yrs old)

Gleneagles Medical Centre

Address: 6 Napier Road, Singapore 258499

Dr Chee-Seng SEAH. (Estimate Age*: 59 yrs old)
The Aesthetic & Plastic Surgery Clinic Dr Seah Chee Seng

Dr Wong Saw Yeen. (Estimate Age*: 72 yrs old) Reviews
Wong's Plastic Surgery Centre,

Dr Leslie BK KUEK. (Estimate Age*: 60 yrs old)

Dr Marco Faria Correa. (Estimate Age*: 63 yrs old)
Plastic surgery Pte Ltd

Camden Medical Centre

Address: 1 Orchard Blvd, Singapore 248649

Adjunct A/Prof Ivor Jiun-LIM. (Estimate Age*: 50 yrs old)

Dr Woffles Wu Tze-Liang (Estimate Age*: 58 yrs old)

Novena Medical Center

Address: 10 Sinaran Dr, Singapore 307506

Dr Ying Chien Tan. (Estimate Age*: 45 yrs old)
The Sloane Clinic Plastic Surgery Centre

Dr Andrew George TAY. (Estimate Age*: 53 yrs old)

Mt Elizabeth Novena Specialist Centre

Address: 38 Irrawaddy road, Singapore 329563

Dr Colin Song from Mount Elizabeth Novena Specialist Centre (Estimate Age*: 62 yrs old)

Clinic: Cape Plastic Surgery Pte Ltd

Mt Alvernia Hospital

Dr Soo-Wan HONG. (Estimate Age*: 56 yrs old)
820 Thomson Road, #02 21 Medical Centre A,
Mt Alvernia Hospital. Singapore 574623

Lucky Plaza

Dr Colin Tham