What is Aesthetic Medical Treatment?
It is a way of easing away the signs of ageing without recourse to surgery. All aesthetic techniques used are minimally invasive and do not require anything more than local anaesthetic, usually in the form of a cream, making the whole experience as comfortable as possible.
This includes Anti-wrinkle injections using Botulinum Toxin, which is usually used by Dr. John Buckmaster Aesthetics, while other forms of treatment offered by the doctor include dermal fillers, lip enhancement, hyperhidrosis treatment and a number of other procedures.
Mini Thread Non Surgical Facelift
NEW treatment. Mini thread facelifts are now available at a special introductory offer. This amazing treatment can be used to... Read More
Anti Wrinkle Injections
Botulinum Toxin (Azzalure, Botox, Dysport) is used on the muscles of facial expression to soften lines and wrinkles in the... Read More
Dermal fillers are clear gels which are used to refill creases in the skin and replace lost volume in the... Read More
Specific types of fillers are used to enhance lips. This is done with an application of local anaesthetic cream prior... Read More
Facial Skin, neck, décolletage, hands and upper arms.The above are all areas which are subject to loss of skin tone,... Read More
Dermaroller (Skin Needling)
Dermaroller treatments are used to treat ageing skin and acne scars. It is helpful for pigmented lesions. It is thought... Read More
Areas of thread venison the legs are treated remarkably successfully with very fine injections into the skin with an agent... Read More
Hyperhidrosis (Excessive Sweating)
This is a condition characterised by excessive sweating. Sometimes the cause is unknown, and when other medical treatment have not... Read More
Improves sallow, dull skin and can improve actinic damage and keratosis; can improve mild wrinkling and augment acne treatment. Best... Read More
This is a service offered by many people, and not many of them are doctors. We offer ear lobe piercing... Read More
More and more benign but annoying things on your skin are no longer treatable on the NHS, but you are... Read More