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Renaissance Dermatology Specialist Clinic

Singapore
Overview

Located at the heart of the vibrant medical hub of Novena, the Renaissance Dermatology Specialist Clinic aims to stay true to its name by providing patients with a state-of-the-art one-stop treatment center that they can trust. The clinic boasts of a well-trained, multi-lingual staff that is fully equipped to care for both domestic and international patients with diverse dermatological needs. It is also widely accredited by top major health insurance agencies such as IXCHANGE, NTUC, CIGNA, MSIG, AIA, Shenton, and Parkway, among others.

Dr. Noor Hanif, the medical director and consultant dermatologist of the clinic, is committed to providing high-quality dermatological care. An accredited dermatologist, he provides treatment for all kinds of medical and aesthetic skin conditions. With over a decade of medical experience and a sincere passion to help, Dr. Noor aims to bring rejuvenation to his patients and to renew their self-confidence while under his care.

Through his clinic, Dr. Noor makes a comprehensive suite of medical, surgical, and aesthetic dermatological treatments more accessible to his patients.

Languages Spoken
  • English
  • Bahasa Indonesia
  • Bahasa Melayu
Clinic Highlights

Medical Dermatology

  • Eczema/Dermatitis
  • Urticaria/Hives
  • Acne
  • Rosacea
  • Psoriasis
  • Vitiligo
  • Warts
  • Skin infections
  • Scars
  • Hair loss
  • Scalp problems
  • Nail problems
  • Benign skin growths
  • Skin cancers
  • Allergy evaluation and testing
  • Sexually transmitted Infections


Vaccinations

  • Shingles
  • Hepatitis B
  • Human papillomavirus


Surgical Dermatology

  • Skin biopsy
  • Cryotherapy
  • Electrosurgery
  • Mole removal
  • Skin tag removal
  • Excisions of lumps and bumps (skin growths)
  • Skin surgery


Aesthetic Dermatology

  • Customised skin care
  • Pigmentation
  • Intense pulse light
  • Botox injections
  • Fillers
  • Chemical peels
  • Laser skin resurfacing
  • Laser hair removal
  • Tattoo removal
  • HydraFacial
  • Targeted body contouring and sculpting
  • Non-surgical face lifting and tightening
Accreditations
  • International Standards Organisation (ISO)
  • Joint Commission International (JCI)
Facilities
  • Blood Investigations
  • Day Surgery
Insurance
  • Baby Bonus Accredited
  • Prudential
  • Great Eastern
  • AXA
  • BUPA
  • Aetna
  • Aon Care
  • Adept Health
  • VISTA
  • CIGNA
  • Parkway Shenton
  • AIA
  • Shenton Insurance
  • AVIVA
  • NTUC
  • iXchange
  • HSBC
  • Integrated Health Plans (IHP)
  • Fullerton Healthcare Network 3 (FHN3)
Physician
Dr. Noor Hanif Said
Dr. Noor Hanif SaidVerifiedDermatologist in Singapore
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As an award-winning dermatologist, Dr. Noor Hanif Said is committed to providing high-quality dermatological care and evidence-based treatment for an extensive range of medical and aesthetic skin conditions. Currently at the helm of Renaissance Dermatology Specialist Clinic, Dr. Hanif uses his over 15 years of medical experience to address his patients’ medical and aesthetic needs. Dr. Hanif complements his tried-and-tested skills with modern technologies and the most current treatment techniques in medical and aesthetic skin care.

Procedures
Aesthetic Medicine
Acne Treatment
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Acne treatment involves reducing or treating scars, controlling the spread and growth, removing bacteria, or managing sebaceous gland production. Treatments can include cleansing with water and non-oil-based soap, applying solutions (benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid), or taking prescription or over-the-counter medications, creams, gels, and ointments. To lighten acne scars, the patient may choose chemical peeling, microdermabrasion, dermabrasion, skin ablation, laser skin resurfacing, fractionated laser therapy, and dermal fillers. Usually, before any of these treatments are performed, the skin is cleansed and sometimes numbed for maximum comfort. An ointment may be further applied to add more skin protection and reduce the burning sensation.

Botox Treatment
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The occurrence of facial wrinkles is normal as the person ages. These wrinkles are most visible between the eyebrows, on the forehead, and at the corner of the eyes. Wrinkles are caused by the loss of subcutaneous fat due to aging. As the layer of fat becomes thinner, the skin is drawn closer to the muscles. Every time the muscles tighten and release, the skin moves with them thus creating wrinkles. Botox can be used to calm the muscles by blocking the signals from the nerves. The effects of the medicine are only temporary, which is why Botox injections are typically repeated after four to six months.

Chemical Peels
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Chemical peels are acidic solutions like alpha-hydroxy, trichloroacetic, and glycolic applied on the face, hands, and neck to remove the damaged layers caused by excessive sun exposure, acne scars, and aging to allow new skin cells to regenerate. Chemical peels may be light, medium, or deep. The procedure is performed in a clinic or hospital. The dermatologist begins by thoroughly cleaning the skin. He then applies the chemical solution, making sure he avoids the eyes and mouth. The solution stays on the skin for a few minutes before it’s washed off. A local anaesthesia may be applied on the skin during medium and deep peeling as well as an ointment.

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Dermal Filler
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Dermal fillers are injected into the skin to reduce the appearance of facial lines and add more volume to the face, cheeks, lips, or chin. The fillers may be non-absorbable, absorbable, natural (fat injections), hard, soft, or synthetic. Before the procedure, the dermatologist determines the best filler to use to achieve the desired results. The targeted area is then marked for points of entry and then cleansed. Although not a requirement, the patient may opt to have local anaesthesia to minimise the pain. The dermatologist may also use a cold compress or anti-bacterial agent. He then proceeds to inject the filler into strategic areas, each injection followed by pressing and massaging to ensure fillers are evenly distributed. After both patient and doctor are satisfied, the markings are removed and the entire skin cleaned. Results are immediate and you can expect them to improve over a couple of weeks.

Dermatology
Acne Treatment
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Acne treatment involves reducing or treating scars, controlling the spread and growth, removing bacteria, or managing sebaceous gland production. Treatments can include cleansing with water and non-oil-based soap, applying solutions (benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid), or taking prescription or over-the-counter medications, creams, gels, and ointments. To lighten acne scars, the patient may choose chemical peeling, microdermabrasion, dermabrasion, skin ablation, laser skin resurfacing, fractionated laser therapy, and dermal fillers. Usually, before any of these treatments are performed, the skin is cleansed and sometimes numbed for maximum comfort. An ointment may be further applied to add more skin protection and reduce the burning sensation.

Botox Treatment
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The occurrence of facial wrinkles is normal as the person ages. These wrinkles are most visible between the eyebrows, on the forehead, and at the corner of the eyes. Wrinkles are caused by the loss of subcutaneous fat due to aging. As the layer of fat becomes thinner, the skin is drawn closer to the muscles. Every time the muscles tighten and release, the skin moves with them thus creating wrinkles. Botox can be used to calm the muscles by blocking the signals from the nerves. The effects of the medicine are only temporary, which is why Botox injections are typically repeated after four to six months.

Chemical Peels
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Chemical peels are acidic solutions like alpha-hydroxy, trichloroacetic, and glycolic applied on the face, hands, and neck to remove the damaged layers caused by excessive sun exposure, acne scars, and aging to allow new skin cells to regenerate. Chemical peels may be light, medium, or deep. The procedure is performed in a clinic or hospital. The dermatologist begins by thoroughly cleaning the skin. He then applies the chemical solution, making sure he avoids the eyes and mouth. The solution stays on the skin for a few minutes before it’s washed off. A local anaesthesia may be applied on the skin during medium and deep peeling as well as an ointment.

Consultation
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Dermal Filler
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Dermal fillers are injected into the skin to reduce the appearance of facial lines and add more volume to the face, cheeks, lips, or chin. The fillers may be non-absorbable, absorbable, natural (fat injections), hard, soft, or synthetic. Before the procedure, the dermatologist determines the best filler to use to achieve the desired results. The targeted area is then marked for points of entry and then cleansed. Although not a requirement, the patient may opt to have local anaesthesia to minimise the pain. The dermatologist may also use a cold compress or anti-bacterial agent. He then proceeds to inject the filler into strategic areas, each injection followed by pressing and massaging to ensure fillers are evenly distributed. After both patient and doctor are satisfied, the markings are removed and the entire skin cleaned. Results are immediate and you can expect them to improve over a couple of weeks.

Eczema Treatment
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Eczema is an inflammation of the skin characterised by patchiness, dryness, redness, flakiness, and itchiness. It can be chronic or acute. Eczema may be atopic (worsened by allergies), contact (caused by contact with allergens or chemicals), dyshidrotic (affecting hands and feet), nummular (usually affecting men in their 50s), and neurodermatitis (skin irritation due to frequent scratching). Dermatologists diagnose eczema through allergy tests, blood examinations, and a review of medical and family history. It can be treated with hydrocortisone, antihistamines, and TIMs (topical immunomodulators). Flare-up management includes regular application of moisturisers and avoidance of potential triggers like harsh beauty products, heat, and scratchy materials.

Laser Skin Treatment
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For years, lasers have been used by dermatologists in different types of treatment because they are proven to be effective as well as safe. Lasers are commonly used in reducing fine lines and wrinkles on the face, tightening the skin, removing pigmented and vascular lesions, removing tattoos, hair removal, and in the treatment of acne and acne scars. There are two basic types of lasers: ablative and non-ablative. Ablative lasers are used to vaporise top layers of skin while non-ablative lasers can pass through the top layers and work on deeper layers without harming the first layers. Several cosmetic procedures require the use of different types of lasers depending on the desired result.

Psoriasis Treatments
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Psoriasis is a non-curable, non-contagious, and chronic inflammation of the skin characterised by the formation of plaques (thick and scaling skin) due to rapid production of new skin cells. It may be managed with oral medications (acitretin and cyclosporine), injections (biologics), skin creams and lotions (corticosteroids, anthralin, or calcitriol), moisturisers (salicylic, glycolic, or lactic), and photo or light therapy with UV light (UVA and UVB), psoralen (PUVA), or laser (XTRAC). Dermatologists may also recommend bath salts or immunomodulators. If psoriasis affects the joints (psoriatic arthritis), it may be controlled or reduced with non-steroidal inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), medications for malaria, and corticosteroids.

Skin Lightening
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Also known as skin bleaching, skin lightening is a dermatological procedure of controlling melanin output to lighten skin tone. Men and women can use bleaching soaps and creams with active whitening ingredients like glutathione and fruit extracts. In a clinic or hospital setting, clients can choose chemical peels (applying chemicals onto the skin to create blisters and promote new skin cells), microdermabrasion (sloughing off old skin layers for new skin cells), or laser skin resurfacing (using laser to fix skin irregularities and even skin tone). Dermatologists may also conduct a skin bleaching surgery using laser beams to reduce melanin concentration on the skin or cryosurgery with liquid nitrogen to destroy melanin.

Targeted Body Sculpting
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Targeted body sculpting is a minimally invasive procedure that aims to contour the body by removing, blasting, melting, or transferring fats in selected areas of the body such as the arms, thighs, abdomen, and buttocks. The surgeon identifies the combination of treatments to achieve the best results and may involve liposuction using sound waves (VASER), laser (laser lipolysis), or cold (cool sculpting) to break the fat down before they are suctioned or eliminated naturally by the body. Sculpting may also refer to breast augmentation (mammoplasty), breast reduction (reduction mammoplasty), tummy tuck (abdominoplasty), thigh lift, butt lift, autologous fat transfer, or cellulite reduction.

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