Many are curious about what Cosmetic Medicine can offer but are afraid of the terrible images of bad work that are seen in the media. The secret is that good work is the work that you don't see. The person that seems to look good, but appropriate for their years. They don't look 'done'.
Cosmetic Medicine is non-surgical treatments such as BOTOX, dermal fillers, intense pulsed light, Fraxel laser, dermapen and prescribed active skin care. Any combination of these tools work together to create a more youthful, rested appearance. When guided by the skilled professionals at Palm Clinic you can look fresher, and not done. We make it look natural.
We understand that even seeking advice on a cosmetic procedure can be a daunting process. You will have a lot of questions, and want to be reassured that you are in good hands. Our goal is to put you at ease, have you feel heard and use our expertise to inform you of the possibilities. We will give you a personal consultation where we will assess your concerns and give you a tailored plan to subtly rejuvenate your face step by step.
Botox and Dysport are Prescription Medicines containing 100 units of clostridium botulinum Type A toxin complex for injection. It is used for the treatment of severe frown lines of the face. It should be administered only by trained medical professionals. Arrange a consultation to discuss the benefits/risks of this procedure in appearance medicine. Cautions: people with defective neuromuscular transmission disorders, presence of infection at site of injection, glaucoma, pregnancy and lactation. Possible side effects include headaches, pain, burning or redness at injection site, local muscle weakness including drooping eyelids, lack of feeling and nausea. If you have side effects or concerns speak to a doctor. A charge applies. Note: Botox and Dysport treatment lasts about 4 months and after this time further courses of treatment could be necessary. Arrange a consultation to discuss your own situation.
1 Benedetto A. The Cosmetic Uses of Botulinum toxin type A. Int J Dermatol 1999, 38:6641.655
Please note that individual results may vary from patient to patient, and the information provided on our website is only a guidance to the possible results.