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Vaccinating A Child


Preventive services

At Asiatique Medical & Aesthetics, we offer a comprehensive range of vaccination services. We understand that each individual has unique vaccination needs, and our doctors are here to discuss and assess your specific requirements. Whether you require routine vaccinations or have specific medical conditions that may require additional immunizations. 

In line with the Ministry of Health's initiatives to promote public health, eligible Singaporeans can benefit from enhanced subsidies for recommended adult vaccines under the National Adult Immunisation Schedule (NAIS). Eligible individuals include adults with certain medical conditions or indications, as well as seniors aged 65 and above, as recommended under the NAIS guidelines. Find out more here

For Singapore Citizens enrolled in the For Healthier SG (HSG) program, nationally recommended vaccinations under the National Adult Immunisation Schedule (NAIS) will be fully subsidized at their enrolled HSG clinic.

Vaccinations Available at Asiatique Medical & Aesthetics

  • Dengvaxia (dengue fever)

  • Hepatitis A / Hepatitis B 

  • Human Papillomavirus (HPV) (for female patients aged 9 to 26)

  • Pneumococcal

  • Influenza

  • Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR) 

  • Shingrix

  • Tetanus

  • Tetanus, Diphtheria and Pertussis (Whooping Cough)

  • Tuberculosis (TB)

  • Typhoid

  • Varicella (chickenpox)

(Dengue Fever) Vaccination

Dengvaxia is a vaccine is specifically developed to protect against dengue infection caused by all four serotypes of the dengue virus (serotypes 1, 2, 3, and 4) in individuals aged 12 to 45 years. The vaccination regimen for Dengvaxia involves a series of three doses spread over a 12-month period. Each dose is given at the 0, 6th and 12th month.

Hepatitis A / Hepatitis B 

Hepatitis A vaccines prevent infection caused by the Hepatitis A Virus (HAV). Recommended for individuals aged 12 months or older traveling to or living in developing countries with widespread Hepatitis A. The virus is found in infected individuals' stool and is transmitted through contaminated food, water, and close contact. Two doses are typically required, with a primary dose followed by a booster 6 to 18 months later.

Hepatitis B vaccines prevent infection caused by the Hepatitis B Virus (HBV). It is spread through contact with infected blood or body fluids, and can lead to serious liver disease. Children should receive three doses as part of the Singapore National Childhood Immunisation Schedule (NCIS), usually completing the series by 6 months of age. Adults (18 years or older) should also receive three doses under the Singapore National Adult Immunisation Schedule (NAIS).

Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccination

HPB vaccine offers protection against certain types of HPV infection that can contribute to cervical cancer. To maximize its benefits, it is recommended to receive the vaccine before engaging in any sexual activity.


Approved for clinical use, the vaccines are available for males and females aged 9 to 26 years old, depending on the specific vaccine being administered. In Singapore, Cervarix is exclusively licensed for females, while Gardisil 9 is licensed for both males and females.

Pneumococcal Vaccination

Pneumococcal vaccines prevent pneumococcal disease caused by Streptococcus pneumoniae bacteria.

Infants should receive two doses of PCV13 at ages 4 and 6 months, with a booster at 12 months. Catch-up vaccination is available for children up to 59 months of age. For individuals aged 65 and above, one dose each of PCV13 and PPSV23 provides lifelong protection against the disease.


Vaccination reduces the risk of serious infections like pneumonia, otitis media, meningitis, and bacteremia.


Influenza vaccines are essential for safeguarding against influenza (flu), caused by Influenza virus types A and B. It takes approximately two weeks for the vaccine to become effective.


The flu shot is highly recommended for everyone, particularly individuals at higher risk of complications, including the elderly (65+), pregnant women, frequent travellers, and those with chronic medical conditions.


To account for the ever-changing flu viruses and potential decrease in immunity over time, one dose is recommended annually. 

Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR) 

Measles, mumps, and rubella are highly contagious diseases transmitted through the air via coughing and sneezing, potentially causing severe complications. In line with the Singapore National Childhood Immunisation Schedule (NCIS), all children should receive two doses of the vaccine starting from 12 months of age. Similarly, under the Singapore National Adult Immunisation Schedule (NAIS), adults (18 years or older) who have not been vaccinated or lack evidence of past infection or immunity should receive two doses, administered at least one month apart.

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