Some years ago we recognised the importance of skin health restoration. We undertook further training and developed methods within the practice which we use in combination with other non-surgical rejuvenation techniques. We call this combination ‘Medical Aesthetics’.
Often more than one procedure might be combined to create a comprehensive treatment plan and overall face rejuvenation package. The specialists at PSA UK comfortably provide both non-surgical and surgical offerings in an integrated package, which encompasses our patients' treatment journey from start to finish.
Our results driven approach means that we have a strong commitment to finding the best, most cutting edge techniques available. Europe held little expertise in cosmetic aesthetics, so we travelled far and wide to seek out experts and learn from scratch. As part of our continuous endeavours we went to the USA.
Before long, we noticed a steady rise in the numbers of other professionals who, having seen the boom in cosmetic surgery, were convinced that it was the answer to all our patients’ needs. There are times when the surgeon’s knife is an inevitable possibility, but it cannot retexture and restore skin. It merely deals with excessive skin and deteriorating facial muscles.
Aided by learning and education, we have created a practice which is as dedicated to non-surgical rejuvenation as it is to surgical rejuvenation. We have treated countless patients, educating them about safe healthy skin rejuvenation routes and helping them to reach their beauty goals. We do more than simply offer a classic facelift operation, which in itself carries risk and may not entirely satisfy the patient’s needs. When our patient chooses surgery, their skin is healthier and they are well informed about their procedure. Britain now leads the way in statistics for malignant skin diseases such as malignant melanoma, leading us to believe that medical aesthetics is as important to our practice as a dental hygienist is to a dentist’s practice. The limitations of one single procedure in the quest for a lovely face is well evidenced, making medical aesthetics a must in the provision of plastic reconstructive services for patients.