Dr. Stephanie Ho is a registered dermatologist both in the United Kingdom and Singapore. She has more than 18 years of medical experience and has practised in London, Edinburgh, Hong Kong, and Singapore.
She completed her medical degree at the University of Edinburgh and her postgraduate degree in internal medicine in the United Kingdom. She then pursued her specialist dermatology training at various hospitals in London, including St. John's Institute of Dermatology, Chelsea and Westminster, and Barts and The London NHS Trusts.
She then moved to Hong Kong and practised dermatology at the University of Hong Kong, where she also pursued extensive research in the use of lasers and lights. Upon her return to Singapore, Dr. Ho joined the National Skin Centre as consultant dermatological surgeon. She then went into private practice and set up her own clinic - Stephanie Ho Dermatology at 9 Scotts Road, Pacific Plaza, Scotts Medical Center.
Dr. Ho's passion for dermatology has led to over 20 publications in peer-reviewed journals and book chapters. She is often invited to review international dermatology journals and regularly presents at conferences and public forums. She also lends her time teaching and training medical students and fellow doctors.
Stephanie Ho Dermatology is a premier skin care clinic conveniently located at 9 Scotts Road, Pacific Plaza, Singapore. It specialises in general and paediatric dermatology, laser treatments, and minor skin surgical procedures. It features world-class facilities, advanced equipment, and top of the range lasers in an ultra-private and comfortable atmosphere. It aims to provide evidence-based, effective, and safe management strategies to restore skin health and enhance self-esteem and confidence for all patients. Dr. Stephanie Ho is a registered skin specialist both in Singapore and the United Kingdom. She has over 15 years of medical experience and is a recognised expert in the field of skin care. She graduated with a basic medical degree and postgraduate degree in internal medicine in the United Kingdom. She then completed her specialist dermatology training at various top hospitals in London including Chelsea and Westminster, St. John’s Institute of Dermatology, and Barts and The London NHS Trusts. She also honed her skills as well as furthered her interest in the use of lasers and lights at the University of Hong Kong, collaborating with top dermatologists in Hong Kong to publish extensively on the use of lasers in acne scarring, pigmentation, and skin tightening in Asian skin.