Facial Aesthetics

Please contact Reception to discuss our competitive rates.

Botulinum Therapy

There are many factors that contribute to the ageing of our skin (sun-damage, alcohol, smoking etc), lines develop because the muscles underneath cause it to crease when we use them to create facial expressions. BT relaxes specific muscles, allowing the overlying skin to smooth out. The principle facial areas treated are central frown lines, forehead creases and wrinkles around the eyes.

The dose for cosmetic use is very small and side effects are rare and will be discussed fully at your initial consultation.

Maintenance and Frequency of Treatments

For maximum effect, it is important that a muscle relaxation treatment is repeated on a regular basis. Continuous muscle contractions will cause progressively deepening skin creases and with the additional effects of ageing, which causes the skin to become thinner, the creases gradually become more longer lasting.

Restylane® & Emervel® Treatments

Fine lines and wrinkles can now be successfully improved with modern fillers. As we age its volume diminishes in the skin, leaving wrinkles and other signs of ageing. Fillers are formulated to lift up the tissue of a line, wrinkle or a fold. The treatment also helps produce more natural collagen, which makes the skin smoother and more elastic. During treatment there may be some mild temporary discomfort, but this can be alleviated by the use of local anaesthetic.

Most Restylane®, and all Emervel® products, contain Lidocaine which is a local anaesthetic and this reduces considerably any discomfort during the procedure and also for several hours afterwards. These two great ranges of fillers enable us to choose the best product for the procedure in question, knowing they have a tremendous safety record.

 

*results may vary from person to person.

Botulinum Therapy

30 minute Consultation Free of Charge
One Area £150
Two Areas £190
Three Areas £230
Additional Areas £40

Filler Therapy

30 minute Consultation Free of Charge
Facial Treatments Please contact reception
Lip Treatments Please contact reception

Hyperhydrosis

Excess Sweating Treatment Please contact reception

Posted on 4th November 2015 in Practice News

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