Rejuran PDRN/PN Skin Healer is a non-invasive deep healing treatment that repairs your skin at the DNA level. It stimulates cell regeneration, offering powerful skin rejuvenating properties in a short period of time.
The DNA found in Rejuran PDRN or PN is extracted from salmon and works in three different mechanisms:
It has been clinically proven to work as a wound healer and have multiple beneficial effects on the skin:
Rejuran PDRN or PN is injected in very tiny amounts into the skin using a very small, fine needle. Topical numbing cream is applied beforehand to improve the comfort level of the treatment which most patients are able to tolerate.
The whole procedure itself takes about 30 minutes after which patients are advised to stay out of prolonged sun exposure and to hydrate the skin for the next few days. Tiny red marks or small bruises may be visible on the skin as a result of the needle injection but these tend to heal within 3-5 days.
The typical “Glow” from the injections are visible about 2-4 weeks after the treatment and 3-4 sessions are recommended about 1 month apart. After that maintenance treatments are recommended every 6 months for continued skin benefits.
Yes, Rejuran PDRN/PN works synergistically with other treatments like Hyaluronic Acid Skin Booster injections to address skin hydration, skin repair and texture to achieve the perfect complexion all in one treatment.
Fusion Medical was set up in the year 2015. Our founders, being passionate about offering one-stop quality healthcare services at affordable rates, decided to set up the first Executive Medical Centre in One-North. This centre is equipped with diagnostic and imaging equipment to provide convenience to our patients. Diagnostic and imaging equipment include X-Ray, Ultrasound, ECG treadmill, Spirometry, Tonometry, Mammogram, Electrocardiogram, Audiometry Tests and Bone Densitometry.
Dr Wenus Ho is a family physician and a designated workplace doctor with more than a decade of clinical experience. She is also currently a postgraduate tutor for the Graduate Diploma of Family Medicine (GDFM) Training Program in the Yong Yoo Lin School of Medicine, Singapore....
After graduating from Guys’, King’s and St Thomas’ School of Medicine in the United Kingdom, Dr Juliana went on to complete her Graduate Diploma in Family medicine at the National University of Singapore. She also has completed her diploma in Occupational Medicine. Dr Juliana applies her...
Dr Yong graduated from University College London, United Kingdom, with a Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery with distinction in medical sciences. She has more than 10 years of experience as a general practitioner, and was accredited as family physician by the Family Physician Accreditation...
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501 Orchard Rd #04-11, Singapore 238880
Mon-Fri :8:30am – 5:30pm
Sat :8:30am – 1:00pm
Sun / PH :Closed
1 Fusionopolis Link, #01-05 Nexus
@ One-North , Singapore 138542
Mon-Fri :8:30am – 5:30pm
Sat/Sun / PH :Closed
Our clinic is centrally located in Wheelock Place, giving you easy access to quality healthcare services whenever you need it. Appointments are easy, too. Request an appointment online or call us.
Our female doctors offer a broad range of screening and medical services, personalised just for you. Doctor-patient relationships can last a lifetime, and we believe that it is important to have a doctor who truly understands you. We strive to do the best we can to make you feel comfortable.
We are committed to meeting your specific needs at our clinic. Our clinic is fully equipped with diagnostic and imaging equipment to provide one-stop convenience for you.
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