Dr Cheng is a Dermatologist in Singapore as well as a fully accredited medical practitioner in Australia with more than 10 years of clinical experience. Her expertise lies in the prevention, early diagnosis and management of skin cancers and she was trained at the Melanoma Institute of Australia in Sydney. She is also experienced in general dermatology (including skin, hair and nail disorders), cosmetic and surgical dermatology.
Dr Cheng completed her medical training in Western Australia and New South Wales, following which she underwent Dermatology training at the National Skin Centre in Singapore. She worked as a specialist Dermatologist both at the National Skin Centre and Khoo Teck Puat Hospital prior to leaving for private practice.
Her global work experience allows Dr Cheng confidence in assessing patients of different ethnicities and skin types. She has a Diploma in Child Health and is confident seeing babies and young children.
Dr Cheng is dedicated to helping patients overcome their skin, hair and nail concerns and be their best selves. Her practice combines her extensive experience with the latest research findings to achieve the highest standard of care for her patients. She believes in providing a personalised treatment regime tailored to the individual patient and adopts a holistic approach to managing skin conditions.
MBBS, M.Phil. Medicine (AUS), Dip. Child Health (AUS), FAMS (Singapore)
Dr Cheng is a strong advocate of medical research as a means to advancing care for patients. She is widely published in highly-ranked international journals and has performed research at Johns Hopkins University, Asan Medical Centre in Seoul and Kyoto University. She was awarded a Master of Philosophy from the University of Sydney for her thesis on skin cancers.
Apart from her publications, she has given oral presentations at international conferences and was an invited speaker at local and international seminars. With her vast research knowledge, Dr Cheng’s clinical practice is based on the most robust and current evidence so that patients benefit from the most up-to-date research.