Whatever treatment you are looking for, first and foremost choose a practitioner who is medically trained. This includes nurses and doctors. Check their qualifications, insurance and ask about the numbers of treatments they have done. Many are happy to discuss this with you.
Although non-medical people are carrying out these treatments, which is not illegal, there are associated risks. Medically trained personnel work to a Code of Conduct (ethics), and are normally registered to practice.
Be wary of anyone who gives you the 'hard sell'. The treatment options should be fully and clearly explained and you should be allowed time to consider them before consenting to treatment.
The cheapest treatment is not necessarily the best treatment. You are not purchasing a retail product but a service. Your practitioner may have spent years building up expertise and experience in this specialty and this experience has a cost.
The risks and benefits will be fully explained. You will be asked about your medical history and a consent form signed.
The premises must be clean and tidy and fit for purpose.
Aftercare is also extremely important and you will be asked if you would like a follow-up appointment.
We can help you with the following conditions below. When we cannot help directly, we offer a cosmetic surgery advisory and referral service in conjunction with cosmetic surgeons.
Our training, qualifications and experience mean that we can advise on and provide all of the following treatments:
We've used a wide variety of products and from our experience we have selected the following products and treatment platforms, for their reliable performance and the high quality of the results they achieve: