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CONDITIONS

Wrinkles

Repetitive facial movements and expressions, such as squinting or smiling can cause the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.  Each time you use a facial muscle, a groove forms beneath the surface of the skin and as skin ages, it loses its ability to spring back into place resulting in these grooves becoming apparent even when not using the muscle.

The Treatment:

Botox

Alternative treatments:

PlexrFillers, Lasers, Peels, Ultherapy and Radiofrequency

Deep-set tear troughs

Over time, depression lines that run from the nose and around the under-eye become more noticeable as the skin sags and becomes thinner, resulting in eye bags, dark circles and sunken, tired looking eyes.

Turkey neck

It can be one of the biggest age giveaways, horizontal or vertical neck lines and loose skin, can give the effect of a ‘turkey neck’ particularly prominent when teeth are clenched.

The Treatment:

Ultherapy

Alternative treatments:

PlexrPRP, Botox and Radiofrequency

Gummy Smile

Gummy smiles are when there is an excess of the upper gums apparent when smiling.  The upper lip can elevate too far above the upper teeth causing an over exposure of the gum margin.  Gummy smiles are caused by hyperactive elevating muscles the upper lip, a thin upper lip or a combination of the two.

The Treatment:

Botox

Excessive Sweating (Hyperhydrosis)

A common and uncomfortable condition where a patient sweats more that is needed by the body to regulate temperature – the hands, the feet and the groin can also be affected.

The Treatment:

Botox

Square Jaw

A square jaw can be genetic or the result of clenching and grinding teeth which overdevelops the Masseter muscle.

The Treatment:

Botox and Fillers

Nonsurgical Nose Reshaping

Excessive curving of the nose, bumps and hooks can be straightened non-invasively through injectables, which work to plump out and define from base to tip for a more symmetrical finish.

The Treatment:

Fillers

Alternative treatments:

Botox

Eyebrow Lift

Gravity, over time, can exacerbate the sagging of the soft tissues of the forehead, lowering the brow position which can create a tired, sad or grumpy appearance.

The Treatment:

Botox, Fillers (Juvederm and Restylane)

Alternative treatments:

Ultherapy, Tri Brow Lift

Reshaping the mouth

Over time, the corners of the mouth can change whereby it flattens and angles downwards, due to the lack of supporting collagen and elastin in the skin.

The Treatment:

Botox

Alternative treatments:

Fillers, Clearlift, Radiofrequency, Ultherapy

Aged Eyes

Over time, the upper eyelid can look heavy and hooded with excess skin whilst the lower eyelid can appear tired with prominent dark circles, puffiness with lines, and wrinkles.

The Treatment:

Blepharoplasty

Alternative treatments:

Ultherapy can be used in conjunction with Blepharoplasty to tighten and lift the eyebrow and skin surrounding the eyelids.   For a temporary noninvasive remedy, hyaluronic acid fillers, Botox and laser can also be an option. Plexr is also a non surgical alternative to treat excess skin in the periorbital area

Jowling

As we age, the lower jaw can lose its definition, giving you an older, jowlier appearance.

The Treatment:

Ultherapy

Alternative treatments:

Fillers, Radiofrequency

Hand Rejuvenation

Hands age quickly from constant exposure to environmental factors such as pollutants and UV radiation resulting in a loss of volume, lack of skin tone, notable appearance of veins and tendons, and hyperpigmentation.

The Treatment:

Fillers (Juvederm, Restylane and Radiesse)

Alternative treatments:

Laser resurfacing: to improves sun-damaged skin and the apperance of any brown sunspots. In addition,  IPL – Intense Pulsed Light- emits high levels of light and gentle energy to help treat imperfections giving clarity to hands. Cryotherapy can also be used for sunspots.  Mesotheraphy  and iPixel can help improve collagen production and tightening.

Ear Lobe Treatment

Earlobes may become wrinkled and sag due to age, sun damage and may be stretched due to the continuous wear of heavy earrings.

The Treatment:

Fillers (Juvederm and Restylane)

Lip Enhancement

As we age we lose volume in the lips and the lip shape can become less defined.

The Treatment:

Fillers (Juvederm and Restylane)

Nose to Mouth Lines

Nasolabial lines run from each side of the noses to the corners of the mouth and with age can deepen and widen.

The Treatment:

Fillers (Juvederm and Restylane)

Alternative treatments:

Radiofrequency, Ultherapy, Clearlift, Botox

Chin Augmentation

Volume can be lost through facial ageing so adding definition to a small, weak jaw line and restoring facial balance with a new symmetry will improve an appearance and profile.

The Treatment:

Fillers (Juvederm, Restylane and Radiesse)

Loss of Volume

With age, we naturally lose the fatty tissue that gives skin that plumped, youthful appearance.

The Treatment:

Dermal Fillers(Juvederm, Restylane, Radiesse and Sculptra)

Skin Tightening

Skin often loses its suppleness, tone and texture as we age because of the decrease in collagen, elastin, and sub dermal fat – the building blocks of youthful skin.

The Treatment:

Ultherapy

Alternative treatments:

Clearlift, Radiofrequency and iPixel laser

Broken Veins & Capillaries

Commonly found on the nose and cheeks thread veins, dilated capillaries, spider nevi and red veins form, and are unable to repair by themselves.

The Treatment:

Lasers (1064, Norseld, Cynosu`re)

Alternative treatments:

Light Therapy

Hyper pigmentation

Uneven or excessive pigmentation caused by the abnormal production of melanin that is exacerbated by sun exposure, hormones, trauma and age.

The Treatment:

Peels , Dermamelan

Rosacea and Acne

Common skin conditions that are characterized by facial redness, small and superficial dilated blood vessels, pustules and swelling.

The Treatment:

PDT (Photo Dynamic Therapy)

Alternative treatments:

IPL, Medical treatments

Age Spots

The result of intensive exposure to direct sunlight accrued over a lifetime, the ultraviolet rays stimulate the pigment cells ‘melanocytes’ to kick-start the production of pigment ‘melanin’.  This changes the colour of skin and causes unsightly patches of brown hues.

The Treatment:

IPL

Alternative treatments:

iPixel, Peels (Dermamelan) and Cryotherapy

Keloid Scarring

Often raised, and hard to touch, Keloid scarring is an overgrowth of scar tissue that develops after healing from a skin injury.

The Treatment:

Fractional ablative or ablative lasers with steroid injections

Sun Damage

Photo-ageing or sun damage is the consequence of excessive exposure to the sun’s harmful and powerful rays leaving skin with wrinkles, brown or sunspots, and pigmentation.

The Treatment:

Peels

Crepey Décolleté

This often neglected area of the body is one of the first areas that show the signs of ageing.  Wrinkles and sagging occur due to the thinness of the skin and by over exposure to sun resulting in sun damage.

Alternative treatments:

Ultherapy, Botox, Fillers

Acne

Acne is one of the most common skin issues with multifactorial causes and can occurs when your hair follicles become plugged with oil and dead skin cells, usually appearing on the face, neck, chest, back and shoulders.

The Treatment:

Peels with
blue light treatment

Alternative treatments:

Microdermabrasion, IPL, LED, PDT, Plexr and an appropriate skincare regimen.

Acne Scars

The result of inflamed blemishes and cystic acne. These pitted scars and post inflammatory pigmentation can be seen long after acne has been treated.

Alternative treatments:

Light Therapy, Microdermabrasion, Peels and Fillers.

Rosacea

Common skin conditions that are characterized by facial redness, small and superficial dilated blood vessels, pustules and swelling.

The Treatment:

PDT (Photo Dynamic Therapy)

Alternative treatments:

IPL, Medical treatments.

Melasma

A common skin condition, also known as a pregnancy mask, in which various patterns of pigmentation develop on the face.  Whilst the exact cause is not known, several factors such as pregnancy, hormones, medications and sun exposure can stimulate Melasma.

The Treatment:

Depigmentation agents, Dermamelan Peel