We are all constantly getting older and wrinkles are a natural part of the ageing process. Our body starts to produce less and less collagen, our skin loses the elasticity it once had and lines and creases inevitably start to appear. Advanced Medical Aesthetics targets and combats these signs of ageing and help you prevent signs of ageing and maintain a youthful and radiant appearance.
If you are looking for a way to prevent or reduce the signs of ageing, or perhaps to improve your skin texture or appearance, for example that has been damaged by smoking or sun-exposure, a combination of treatments could be the solution for you.
What are Advanced Medical Aesthetic treatments?
Advanced Medical Aesthetics is a term used to describe a range of non-surgical treatments, including Anti-Ageing Consultations, Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy, Thread Facelift and Fat Dissolving.
Such treatments are designed to soften expression lines and define certain facial features and, as such, they effectively improve the overall appearance of the face and skin.
Before you undergo any type of medical aesthetic treatment, it is important to discuss it carefully with your practitioner first. The effects may only be temporary, but everybody’s skin is different, and you need to be sure you are choosing the right treatment or solution for you.
Dr Harriss has undergone advanced training and is able to tailor all treatments to address your concerns.
Advanced Medical Aesthetics at Appletree Dental Surgery
If you are looking for a way to reduce the signs of ageing, or perhaps to improve your skin texture or appearance, for example that has been damaged by smoking or sun-exposure, facial aesthetics could be the solution for you.
Our Dentists have undergone intense, advanced training in order to provide facial aesthetic treatments safely.
Dr Harriss is proud to be member of the prestigious International Academy of Advanced Facial Aesthetics and attends regular Training and Conferences to maintain her high standards and to ensure that she is always ahead of the game with regards to the treatments that she is providing.