Dermal Fillers

  • How do Dermal Fillers works?

    Dermal Fillers are designed to effectively reduce the appearance of unwanted wrinkles, contour and create volume, and to revitalise the skin. Dermal fillers are based on Hyaluronic acid which is a substance that naturally exists in your body. Hyaluronic acid is a sugar molecule that exists naturally in almost all living organisms. You can have dermal fillers in different parts of your face: around the eye, cheeks, mouth and jawline, as well as lip fillers administered directly into the lip tissue. How do they work? Fillers basically restore lost volume to your face and plump areas, so that deep set lines are smoothed.

  • How long do dermal fillers last?

    Dermal fillers have an average longevity spans between 3-12 months because that is typically the amount of time in which the skin absorbs and breaks down this type of fillers. CaHA dermal fillers also contain substances naturally found in the human body but the results they provide can last for approximately a year.

  • What are the side effects of dermal fillers?

    The side effects of dermal fillers include swelling, bleeding, bruising, redness and risk of infection. More rare side effects will be discussed in consultation.

Anti-Wrinkle Injections

  • How do Anti-Wrinkle Injections work?

    Botulinum toxin is produced by a specific type of small amounts and weaker doses of botulinum toxin are used to reduce facial wrinkles. When botulinum toxin is injected, it blocks certain nerve signals that make muscles contract. The muscles relax, reducing unwanted wrinkles. All our Anti Wrinkle Injections are prescribed by our Medical Practitioners at point of consultation.

  • How long do the results last?

    This effect lasts about 3–6 months. After that, the muscles move again and wrinkles come back, the key is to maintain the treatement and you should recieved a longer duration as the fine lines and wrinkles will become harder to appear.

  • Can Anti-Wrinkle Injections be used as a preventative for lines/wrinkles?

    Anti wrinkle injections prevent lines and wrinkles caused by muscle movements. It can reverse mild lines and also prevent them from developing. It is recommened to start treatment sooner then allowing the lines to become deep as they they will only ever soften

  • How long does it take after treatment?

    The treatmeant starts to work within two days, although it takes full effect within two weeks and It is at this point when optimum results are visible.

  • Is there anything I should avoid after treatment?

    -No rubbing or massaging of the injected area for 4 hours after treatment, including facials. -No strenuous exercise for 24 hours after treatment. -Keep upright for 4 hours — no lying on your front. Avoid activities such as shoe shopping. -Avoid headwear that is tightly fitted across the forehead. -Avoid excessive alcohol or medically necessary blood thinning medication before the treatment to prevent bruising.


  • What is a Covid-19 PCR test?

    The Covid-19 PCR Test will tell you whether you or your employer has an active case of Covid-19 at the time the sample was taken. The PCR test looks for the presence of the covid-19 virus on a sample of saliva specimen taken from the back of your throat and your nose. It is very accurate and will be able to confirm whether the individual is actively infected with the virus. The Covid-19 test kits are provided by National Laboratories Leeds. They are rapid detection kits and exclusive to the current strain of COVID-19. The kits are CE/IVD approved, meaning they are amongst the most specific and sensitive available. The testing protocols are based on the current NHS testing guidelines and supported by internal and external quality assurance schemes at nationwide Laboratories Leeds to ensure the results are of the highest quality. The PCR test will allow you or your employer to make correct decisions about self-isolating to protect yourself or others or returning to work or resuming other activities. Whether the test result is positive or negative, all individuals must follow national guidance.

  • What do I do if my results are positive?

    It is important that you isolate yourself and follow the latest national guidance. The PCR test organised by us is for information purposes only and you should always contact your GP Surgery or call 111 if you are unsure or if your results are positive. Latest guidance is available here If you begin to feel unwell visit the NHS 111 service here for what to do next or call 111.

  • Who provides the test and analysis?

    Your swab is taken onsite at a UKAS accredited laboratory working to ISO 17025 standards. Your swab is analysed by the laboratory who provide a certificate of results. Regulated, compliant, efficient, fast and accurate.

  • Will I get a fit to fly certificate?

    Covid-19 PCR lab report and fitness to fly certificate signed by medical practitioner will be issues with all test obatined.