2013 has been a busy year. Patient numbers are up and I’ve been busy working on a number of new projects and treatments.
In June I introduced Photo Activated Dracula Therapy, a super-charged version of the original treatment. This amazing new treatment can be used for facial rejuvenation, hair loss or sports injuries and has proved very successful with patients.
In August I appeared on Channel 4’s guide to looking younger for longer, How Not To Get Old. I showed how Dracula Therapy can help patients with dark circles and bags under the eyes.
Another new treatment I’m very proud of is the Silhouette Thread Lift with Dracula Therapy, which I introduced in November. Finally we are able to provide a safe and successful non-surgical face lift. I even tried it out myself! This treatment is proving to be very popular in the clinic, and in the past month I’ve already performed five procedures.
I’ve also been trained over 100 medical professionals in Dracula Therapy (PRP) during 2013 alone. If you are interested in attending one of my training courses, I work with Wigmore Medical and details of next year’s training dates should be on their website soon.
On a more general note, I really believe that aesthetic medicine is going from strength to strength. We continue to make progress in terms of products and techniques, less invasive and safer treatments that involve less down time and give even more natural looking results. Of course there’s work to be done to make our industry safer. The Keogh Report investigated the cosmetic industry and has recommended tightening up regulations. It’s a step in the right direction, but we still don’t know how training will be accredited and by who. Antonia Mariconda launched the Safety in Beauty Campaign this year. Antonia is also campaigning for safer practices in the beauty industry and intends to present evidence to the government review panel in January 2014.
All in all we are moving towards a safer version of our industry – which can only benefit patients AND medical professionals.
Check back at the end of December when I’ll be looking ahead to what’s in store for 2014. And in the meantime, I wish you all a very Happy Christmas!
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