Medical Cosmetic cover the areas of Bristol, Cheltenham and the Midlands our main clinic locations are:
Bute House, Bridge Road, Frampton on Severn, Gloucestershire, GL2 7HA and Groundwell Farmhouse, Woodcutters Mews, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN25 4AU

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Tag: Lines


Juvederm Volbella to subtly reshape and define lips

03/04/2016 at 15:22:28 | by Alison Duncan
Juvederm Volbella with lidocaine is the latest product in the Juvederm range of facial fillers, developed specifically for lips and also fine facial lines.Volbella has been specifically developed as a smooth gel to give a soft natural feel the gel fills in lip lines and wrinkles, while the hyaluronic acid within attracts moisture, so results can last up to one year, or even longer in some cases.
So no trout pout! Just a pretty way to enhance your lips. A study showed that 98% of people who had Juvederm Volbella said that their lip appearance goals had been achieved, with results lasting up to 12 months.
 



Botox

24/03/2016 at 09:48:27 | by Dr Alison Duncan
Botox anti-wrinkle injections are the most popular treatment at Medical Cosmetic Service. Dr Alison Duncan is experienced in offering a light touch and also total neutralisation of muscular movement when appropriate. Botox  is used to inject specific areas of the face to ease out lines and wrinkles, and also underarms to prevent excess sweating ( hyperhidrosis). 
 
The he most popular areas for Botox treatment are
  • Frown lines and wrinkles
  • Forehead lines and creases between the brows
  • Crows feet and laughter lines 
  • Wrinkly chin
  • Underarms (hyperhidrosis)
Having a natural look means you are still able to show expressions after having Botox. It should not be obvious that you have had Botox. In fact you should look as if you don't need it!
There are various brands and types of Botox. At Medical Cosmetic Service, I use Azzalure, a French brand, which will last 3-5 months.
 
There are few contraindications to the use of Botox, but these would be cleared during your assessment with me as a Doctor. There are few complications and safety issues; the NHS clinic and theatre fridges are full of Botox! It is used in much higher doses in general medicine and for a longer time period, than in cosmetic medicine. If it wasn't a safe and effective treatment, it wouldn't be used in the NHS. Give it a go! It's not addictive, and you can try it just the once without any long term issues. If you do have Botox regularly, your wrinkles and lines will only get better, not worse. What's not to like?
 
Dr Alison Duncan
Medical Cosmetic Service
07721 456220 
admin @medicalcosmeticservice 



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