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Dr Jagjeet Singh

By Experts

Dr Jagjeet Singh, better known as Dr Jag is one of Malaysia’s leading plastic surgeons. He has a reputation for producing beautiful and natural-looking results through his state-of-the-art techniques.

Dr. Jagjeet obtained his medical degree from her medical degree from University of Alberta, Canada. He further obtained his fellowships in reconstructive and cosmetic surgery in Seoul, Korea. Dr Jagjeet is also a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) and Oriental Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (OSAPS).

Dr Jag is well known for his very approachable and friendly personality, resulting in strong patient confidence with his procedures. He believes that patient education and understanding of his procedures are key to his success, with consultations frequently being more than an hour long.

Dr Jag values every patient he works with and stresses the importance of safety and high standards. With more than 10 years of working experience, he is a fully licensed plastic surgeon achieving every level of qualification required to practice in Malaysia.

Dr Jag, a Consultant Plastic Surgeon, not only takes pride in his craft but believes that each surgery he performs is an art form in itself. He is passionate, conducts his practice with integrity and embarks on creating long, lasting relationships with his patients.

Dr Jagjeet’s Work

Dr Jag is practised both in reconstructive surgery and cosmetic surgery. He specializes in Breast Augmentation and body contouring procedures and is considered an expert in these fields. He is frequently invited to speak on breast augmentation and train other plastic surgeons. He has also made several appearances on national TV and radio shows and continues to promote safe and ethical surgical practices to the public.

Dr Jag is also committed to helping the community by setting up the first-ever plastic surgery department in Klang. He is credited with setting up the first burns injury unit in a private hospital in Klang. Part of his work here is dealing with burns injuries, trauma and all scopes of reconstructive surgeries.

Dr Jasvinder Singh

By Experts

Aesthetic and Hair Loss Doctor, Dato’ Dr. JasG lives his daily life achieving optimum results of superior quality.

Dato’ Dr. JasG has 20 years of experience in the field, helped great number of patients to attend to hair loss issue and regain their confidence. Dato’ Dr JasG has earned a tremendous reputation in the profession, highly praised even among peers for his professionalism.

Prof Chin Sze Piaw

By Experts

Prof Chin obtained his specialist qualifications from the British Royal College of Physicians (MRCP) in 1998. He was conferred a fellow of the National Heart Association of Malaysia for his services and contributions in the field of cardiovascular medicine in 2008.

A practicing internist and interventional cardiologist by training who has researched extensively into stem cells and cellular molecular signaling, Prof Chin is also a committee member and immediate past chairman of the National Stem Cell Registry and a member of several expert committees on Clinical Practice Guidelines.

Prof Chin has published many papers and book chapters on heart disease and stem cells and his works have been presented and highlighted at major international conferences. Prof Chin was the lead researcher in pioneering stem cells for severe heart failure patients. His team was also among the first to transform stem cells into nerve cells (2007), into kidney mesangial cells (2008) and insulin-producing cells from diabetic patients (2010). Prof Chin is now working actively towards use of stem cells for the promotion of health, anti-ageing and disease prevention.

Prof John George

By Experts

Professor Dr John George has 18 years of experience in Musculoskeletal Radiology . He is a visiting Consultant National Institute of Sports Malaysia and specializes in Musculoskeletal MRI and Ultrasound. He is accredited by Royal College of Radiologists UK and Malaysian Association of Sports Medicine and is also endorsed by Sports Medicine Australia.

Dr Suzanna Malik

By Experts

Dr Suzanna Malik began her medical training at The King’s School in Worcester, England, and subsequently obtained her Bachelor in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Bristol. She then completed her Masters in Anaesthesiology at the University Kebangsaan Malaysia in 2009. Between 2002 and 2012 attended numerous courses and workshops in the pursuit of the best training for her skills.

Having worked in Sungai Buloh and Serdang Hospitals as a Clinical Specialist, she had gained vast knowledge in all aspects of Anaesthesia & Critical Care. Experienced in performing bronchoscopies and percutaneous tracheotomies, she has helped to organise courses and workshops for training not just locally but at international level too. Being a member of Malaysian Society of Anaesthesiologists, Dr Suzanna is certified by National Specialist Register as a Specialist in Anaesthesiology and Critical Care.

The major concern of Dr Suzanna has always been the wellbeing of the patients in every stage of their treatment. Her interest in Anaesthesiology and Critical Care comes from her devotion to minimize the patients discomfort at every level and reassuring them with the best possible medical care.

Dr Mohamad Nasir Zahari

By Experts

With 18 years of experience under his belt, Dr. Nasir is one of the top plastic surgeons in Malaysia. He was awarded with Bachelor of Medicine from University of Melbourne in 1988 and continued his post graduate degree at The Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS) in Edinburgh (1993) – one of the oldest surgical corporations in the world with the highest standards of surgical practice. Dr Nasir also obtained the Master of Surgery from University Kebangsaan Malaysia in 1995 where he was honoured with ‘Award for Excellent Service’.

Registered with the National Specialist Register, Academy of Medicine of Malaysia, Dr Nasir is also a member of the elite Malaysian Association of Plastic, Aesthetic, and Craniomaxillofacial Surgeons (MAPACS). He believes in extensive research and evidence-based medicine, unparalleled academic training and teaching along with compassionate care for patients.

His specialisation are in facelift, liposuction, tummy tuck, breast surgery, cleft, craniofacial surgery and burns care. Dr. Nasir also gives lectures in local universities and has appeared in several local television networks and local popular magazines, raising awareness in plastic and reconstructive surgery.

Thread Lift

By Aesthetic Medicine, Hair

Thread Lift

What is Thread Lift?

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A thread lift is considered a minimally-invasive treatment, it does not involve cutting or stitching, however, it does involve injecting the thread underneath your skin to “lift” it up, creating the effect of pulling the skin back slightly and therefore tightening the face.

In addition to lifting sagging skin, threads help to combat aging by stimulating large surges of collagen to the treated areas. Collagen acts as growth factor that greatly influences the condition of our skin. In addition to being used for wound healing, collagen helps to keep our skin strong, voluminous and supple. As we get older, our bodies gradually produce less collagen, the loss of volume and strength will cause skin laxity and wrinkle. Besides, gravity will pull the skin downwards, resulting in a haggard look. Introducing fresh collagen to the skin while the signs of laxity are still mild can help to reduce looseness and prevent it from getting worse.

Patients who have undergone thread lift will notice a gradual improvement in their skin tone and firmness. While the threads are in place, the body’s collagen production will be constantly active because the body will try to “heal” the sutured areas. The body is biologically conditioned to react this way when it senses any foreign object present within the dermis (skin). Fortunately for the patient, the threads placed under the skin are so thin that they will not be able to feel the sutures.

Thread Lift


Types of Thread Lift

There are a few types of thread lifts, the main difference is longevity, stiffness and tensile strength:

  • PDO (Polydioxanone) dissolves after 6 – 9 months
  • PLLA (Poly L Lactic Acid) dissolves after 12 – 18 months
  • PCL (Polycaprolactone) dissolves after 24 – 36 months


Although thread lifts are advantageous, patients must maintain a realistic expectation for this procedure. While thread lifts can certainly produce visible changes, they will only be able to lift the face by a few millimeters, as such they create a more subtle and natural look than facelift surgery. Thread lifts are more suitable for mild to moderate cases of skin laxity. Once thread lifts are no longer feasible, patients may have to consider facelift surgery.

The patient needs to understand that no lifting technique is permanent, that being said a facelift surgery will produce longer-lasting results than a thread lift. Facelift surgery can last up to a decade whereas a thread lift generally lasts between one to three years.




To get the most out of the treatment, patients can combine thread lift with Exilis, Thermage or Ultherapy. These lasers use heat to stimulate collagen production. By combining these procedures with thread lift you can maximize the overall effect of skin firming and create even more lifting to the neck as well as the face.

While thread lifts can tighten skin, they aren’t designed to address the blemishes of the skin’s surface. As such signs of aging such as age spots, areas of uneven pigmentation and fine lines will require a different technique known as skin resurfacing. During skin resurfacing the top layer of the dermis is removed, stripping away the blemishes. A new more youthful-looking layer of the skin then grows in its place. You can do this through other lasers or fillers. It would be best to consult with the doctor on what works best for your condition.

Frequently Asked Questions

Thread lifts are ideal for those in their late 30s to 50s, those who are older will benefit more from facelift surgery. Additionally, those who have medical conditions and are unable to have surgery will find thread lifts are a great alternative.

Patients can drive themselves home immediately after the procedure (unlike in facelift surgery which requires some assistance, as they may be under general anaesthesia). Great for those who have children at home or those who have busy and demanding careers as it is not a time-consuming procedure and doesn’t have a long recovery time.

Most patients can return to their normal routine after the procedure, while some may experience soreness, redness or swelling, it generally takes a day for it to calm down.

There’s no need to take strong pain medication.

For those who are looking for an affordable option, thread lifts are ideal as they are easier to perform, they are much more affordable than say a facelift surgery. The process of thread lift can also be reversed should there be complications.

Firstly, a numbing cream will be applied to the area that is meant to be treated. It takes up to 20 – 30 minutes for the numbing cream to take effect. The doctor will then mark out the positions of the threads to achieve the best possible results.

The doctor will begin by inserting a thick hollow needle into the facial skin, targeting under the fat layer. One end of the thread is carefully tied to firmer underlying internal structures while the other end goes underneath the skin.

As the surgeon withdraws the needle, the filaments on the sutures are deposited into the sagging parts of the face. The doctor then tugs on the threads to elevate droopy skin and sets it to a more youthful-looking position. The procedure is relatively simple and can be done in just an hour or less.

After the treatment, you should minimize the movement of your face for at least a day. You will need to make sure not to rub your face vigorously while cleansing it or applying moisturizer for at least a week after having threads placed. You should also prop your head up slightly so that you don’t roll over directly onto your face while sleeping. You will also need to avoid smoking and drinking for at least 24 hours.

Thread lifts are considered a low-risk procedure thanks to how non-invasive they are. There is virtually no risk of scarring, severe bruising, bleeding or other complications after having a thread lift.

In very rare cases, patients may experience irritation, infection or their sutures becoming visible under their skin. If this occurs, however, the sutures can be removed and the patients face will return to its prior state.


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