We're very pleased to annouce that Dr Sister is currently offering free aesthetic consultations. With the range of available treatments increasing and patient expectations changing, we are happy to offer free consultations to ensure that patients get the time to discuss treatment options and plans, and think throught their choices. If you would like to… Continue reading Free aesthetic consultations with Dr Sister
Dracula PRP therapy is Dr Sister’s most popular treatment. As well as a standalone treatment, it works fantastically well when combined with other procedures. Arrange a consultation with Dr Sister to establish the best treatment combination for you, and if you book any two treatments from this selected list, you’ll receive 20% off the total price. PRP/Dracula Therapy Chemical peels… Continue reading 20% off combined treatments!
The medical term for teeth grinding and clenching the jaw is bruxism. A little known term for a surprisingly common problem, in fact the NHS estimates that 6 million people in the UK suffer from it. Often (but not exclusively) done in our sleep, teeth grinding and jaw clenching can cause a multitude of problems,… Continue reading Treating teeth grinding and jaw clenching with botulinum toxin
People usually think of Botulinum Toxin as an anti ageing treatment used to tackle frown lines and wrinkles. But this week I thought we’d take a look at some of the alternative uses for the drug, so this is part one of my series on alternative uses for Botox. According to the Migraine Trust, the… Continue reading Botulinum Toxin for migraine relief
Thanks to Nina Abhi for this great coverage in the Autumn edition of Asian Bride Magazine. If you want to know more about Botulinum toxin (Botox) and how it could help you, take a look at this post, or please get in touch. You can… Continue reading Great mention in Asian Bride magazine
Roughly 25% of my patients are men and from conversations with colleagues it appears that’s quite a high percentage. In the US, during 2011 men made up 9% of all procedures carried about by members of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery – an increase from previous years. Recent figures released by British Association… Continue reading A focus on male patients
Tomorrow I'm taking part in a debate on anti ageing called "Are the Needle and the Scalpel a step too far?" I'll be arguing that there is a place in society for these methods (although I do believe surgery should be a last resort). Whereas my counterpart, beauty editor Jo Fairley, will argue in favour… Continue reading The anti ageing debate – where do you stand?
Last week I published a post to help you know just what you should expect from your cosmetic doctor. In that post I concentrated on how to choose the right doctor for you, how to check that they are qualified and what to expect from your consultation. In this post, I'm going to talk about… Continue reading What to expect from your cosmetic doctor: Part two
It’s important to me that my patients feel they get the most from their consultation and any treatment they may choose. So that’s why I’ve put together my own guide to what to expect from your cosmetic doctor. How to choose the right doctor for you It’s important you choose the right doctor for you.… Continue reading What to expect from your cosmetic doctor: Part one
If you’re considering a surgical nose job, think again. Non-surgical nose re-sculpting is ideal for anyone who avoids having their photo taken in profile, or feels happier looking into the mirror head-on. If you yearn for a straighter, more aligned nose, then I can help. Injecting dermal fillers on either side of the cartilage of… Continue reading Surgery free nose re-sculpting