Dr. Priya Sen

Dr Priya Sen grew up in Singapore and the UK and had an active sporting life playing squash, tennis and golf. As a result of these activities, she had to cope with eczema throughout her childhood. This inspired her to become a dermatologist and allows her to empathise with her patients. She believes in a holistic approach to dermatology, providing not only medical treatment but also lifestyle and dietary measures. Her experience in numerous research studies together with extensive patient contact has led to the development of her own skin care line, PS Skin, that is complementary to her clinical practice.

Dr Sen aims to provide an individualized experience for each and every patient with minimal waiting times in a comfortable and professional environment. She is able to conduct her consultations in English, French, Chinese and Malay.

She continues to play squash, golf and scuba dives, and is a huge advocate of an active lifestyle for healthy skin which always involves the use of sunscreen.

Academic qualifications

BSc (Hons), MBBS,FRCP (UK), Dip GUM (UK), FAMS (Singapore)

Dr Priya Sen graduated from the University College London, UK with a double degree in Neuroanatomy and in Medicine.  She became a member of the Royal College of Physicians (MRCP, London) in 2000 and obtained her Fellowship (FRCP London) in 2010.  Dr Sen spent 14 years at the National Skin Centre where she worked in the dermatology and laser surgery unit and has a large amount of experience working with lasers for hair removal, tattoo removal, pigmentation and scarring.  She remains a Visiting Consultant to the National Skin Centre. 

She obtained a Diploma in Genitourinary Medicine (UK) during a postgraduate scholarship at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London UK where she was also trained in the use of Injectable fillers and Botox in the department of dermatology.

Current positions held

  • Director of Dr Priya Sen Skin and Laser Centre
  • Visiting Consultant to the National Skin Centre, Singapore
  • Course Instructor in Botox, Injectable fillers and Laser hair removal for the Dermatological Society of Singapore
  • Member of the Academy of Medicine Task Force on Aesthetic Medical Practice
  • Member of the Asian Dermatological and Laser Surgery (ADLAS) workgroup.
  • Member of the Asian Advisory Board for Dysport and fillers and has contributed to producing guidelines for the use of these in Asian Skin