shutterstock_92983651Cosmetic Medicine

Involves the use of Botulinus toxin (Botox), fillers or injectable implants, either alone or in combination with light or laser therapies, to restore or subtly enhance facial contours.

For the body, it involves non-invasive body contouring of subcutaneous fat (Liposonix), laser treatment of scars, stretch marks, and sclerotherapy (injection) for varicose veins.

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As of January 2013, we do not offer laser treatment for varicose veins.

Cosmetic Medicine vs Cosmetic Surgery

Classic Cosmetic Surgery

shutterstock_87736591Cosmetic Surgery refers to classical procedures such as face and neck lifts, liposuction, breast enhancement or reduction, brow lifts, rhinoplasty (`nose job`); and procedures which involve cutting and removal of excess skin – e.g. abdominoplasty (physical removal of rolls of fat and excess skin of the tummy), brachioplasty (ditto for upper arm skin folds), vulvar & vaginal rejuvenation procedures, blepharoplasty (cutting and removal of redundant eyelid skin), and removal of fat deposits under the eyes.

With the exception of the eye surgery, all of the above procedures involve a general anaesthetic, prolonged recovery time,procedural risks, and should be done in operating rooms by appropriately qualified surgeons.

Minimally Invasive Surgical Procedures

shutterstock_83072110More recently, there is a category of procedures termed minimally invasive surgical procedures such as laser-assisted liposuction,  laser eye surgery, *hair transplants, *endovenous laser ablation, *thread lifts. These procedures can be done under local anaesthetic, and some of them may be performed outside of a hospital setting, by appropriately trained physicians, and are subject to scrutiny by the College of Physicians & Surgeons.

*Some family doctors have been trained to do these procedures

Minor Surgical Procedures

There is an additional category, called minor surgical procedures, such as removal of cysts, moles, warts, skin tags, nail procedures etc. – which may involve cutting and stitching, cryosurgery ( freezing), excision by laser, or electrosurgery  (hygrefraction) – which can safely be performed in medical offices or outpatient departments by family physicians .

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We offer many of these procedures at The Lazer Room.

Non - Medical Facilities offering laser services



Beware of any non-medical facility advertising `laser lipo’, `laser vein treatments’ `non – surgical facelift’  because these are misleading terms, and are not the same as the medical procedures described above.

Non-Medical facilities i.e. SPAS are also not qualified to diagnose or treat medical skin conditions such as acne, rosacea, `brown (age) spots’, veins or vascular spots; and  the general public go to such facilities at their own risk.

The risks of being treated for the above conditions at such facilities include:

  • missed diagnosis of skin cancer;
  • burns, scars, from laser procedures on patients with photo-sensitizing conditions or taking photo-sensitizing drugs;
  • failure to recognize that certain types of brown spots or vascular lesions can be associated with underlying medical syndromes or pathology e.g. neurofibromatosis, cirrhosis, deep vein thrombosis, autoimmune disorders, underlying vascular malformations etc.;
  • the failure to recognise that abnormal facial or body hair can be associated with underlying hormonal disorders, i.e. adrenal, pituitary, ovarian or thyroid disease;
  • laser removal of tattoos should always be undertaken at a medical clinic, to ensure the correct wavelengths are used for specific dyes, and also because of the (rare) occurrence of acute allergic reaction to the release of tattoo dyes into the general circulation.