Are you looking in the mirror, and the image staring back at you appears to be that of a ‘older-looking’ or is your skin feeling dull and, are they really laughter lines?
Would you like your complexion to look smoother, natural and more youthful?
The good news is we can do something about this for you!
As we age wrinkles start to form, volume and elasticity is lost and it all heads in a downward direction, if you don’t do anything about it.
The effect of ageing hits both women and men, but thankfully we have a range of aesthetic treatments that will help re-contour and build volume and provide lift where needed restoring a more youthful look you always wanted.
Dermal or soft tissue fillers are a great treatment for adding volume, filling depressions, folds, lines and wrinkles, as well as creating shape and structure, which is exactly what we want to achieve when redefining the jaw line.
Botulinum toxin, most commonly known as Botox®, is a prescription only medicine which can be used to treat lines and wrinkles on the face, but also has many other applications which are less familiar to most people.
Are you are interested in a little plumping on the lips or would like a subtle enhancement to your lips, to improve their natural appearance? There are many ways lip fillers can be used to enhance your lips without anyone even knowing you’ve had them done. They can add more definition and shape.
You may have an occasion event, where we can offer some pre-wedding advice to brides and bridesmaids who would like cosmetic treatment before their big day or party.
Who We Are
Miss Qayum or Adeela as you may know her has had extensive training in the injecting of facial treatments. She qualified as a dentist in 1994 and completed her facial aesthetics course in 2006 after which Miss Qayum did an advanced facial aesthetics course in 2007. She has many successful and happy patients who are completely confident in her experience. For your reassurance Miss Qayum has full medical protection insurance in all aspects of her scope.
Any questions? You can call us on 01582 639008 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org