Facial And Head

Good skin care practices can prevent many facial skin problems, and should start at an early age. As you age, good skin care practices helps you to maintain healthy-looking skin all over your body. The face is more exposed to environmental damage on a regular basis than other areas of the body. Ageing and sun exposure can take a toll on your face.

Facial contours can change as we age, loss of volume from the mid face, thinner lips, a less defined jaw line for example, can make us unhappy with what we see in the mirror.

Things we can help you with

Lines and wrinkles

Lines and wrinkles develop as a result of the ageing process.  There are many factors that encourage the wrinkling process like sun exposure (the number one reason the skin ages), lack of antioxidants in our diets and smoking. Read more about lines and wrinkles>>

Facial contouring

Facial contouring may involve various different non surgical techniques in order to redefine the features of the face.  Contouring may involve dermal fillers to add volume, botox to change the definition of or reduce a heavy jawline or it may involve non surgical fat deducion to reduce areas such as double chin. Read more about facial contouring>>

Hair loss

Hair loss can be deeply upsetting for both men and women. It is impossible to overstate the negative effect on self-esteem that hair loss can cause. Alopecia may cause patchy or complete hair loss, whilst male pattern baldness causes hair to recede from the front and crown of the head.  Read more about hair loss>>

Headaches and migraine

Persistent migraines and headaches can leave you feeling washed out, tired, rundown and fed up. There are different types of headache, and they may be caused by stress, tension, tiredness, dehydration, or they may be of genetic origin. Migrain is one such headache. Read more about headaches and migraine>>

Bruxism – teeth grinding

Bruxism  affects around 8-10% of the population. Bruxism is grinding of the teeth and clenching of the jaw that causes tooth wear and breakage, disorders of the jaw and headaches. Read more about teeth grinding here>>