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Monday 9.00am to 8.00pm
Tuesday 9.00am to 6.00pm
Wednesday 9.00am to 6.00pm
Thursday 9.00am to 5.00pm
Friday 9.00am to 1.00pm (admin only)

Opening times may vary due to clinic variation, staff training & holiday


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Anti Wrinkle Treatment

Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 November 2016 11:40

About Botulinum Toxin (Btx)

Botox is a brand name for botulinum toxin. Its used in the medical aesthetic industry to relax small muscles around the face, neck hands feet and underarms to reduce the appearance of wrinkles or help with hyperhydrosis (sweaty underarms, hands and feet) it’s also used in the muscles spanning the head to help with tension headaches. It’s injected using a series of very fine injections into the required muscles.

Treatment Areas/Types


The main muscles that most clinicians will target are the upper face muscles. These are:

  • Glabellar (between brows) causing frown lines
  • Frontallis (forehead muscles) causing corrugated appearance on forehead
  • Orbicularis oculi around the eye causing crows feet

As we age our skin loses it’s elasticity and has a wrinkled appearance especially so on tightening of these muscles every time we use them during our day to day facial expressions. Btx is used to relax these muscles allowing the skin to smooth over the muscle and so reducing the appearance of wrinkled skin. Btx is a non permanent method of reducing the signs of ageing. Typically lasting between 3-6 months maybe more or less.

Advanced Btx

This is provided by advanced trained clinicians who are able to manipulate the muscles in the face.

Advanced clinicians, such as Ros, will target other areas of the face such as nose, lips cheeks, chin and neck to reduce wrinkles and provide the appeared of lift.

Btx used in conjunction with fillers can contribute to a non permanent face lift.


Excessive sweating of the hands feet and and underarms can be controlled by paralysing the muscles supplying the sweat glands.

Warnings and Complications

As with any treatment involving compromising the skin and muscles there is a risk that the treatment falls short of patients and sometimes clinicians expectations. It’s rarely to do with technique but more often on an individual response basis. Some obvious complications are mild bleeding, bruising and rarely infection. Some patient centred conditions, such as an autoimmune disease, will contraindicate treatment for that patients. Additionally, pregnancy, breast feeding, active local infection, and previous hypersensitivity are all contraindicated.

Our Results

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  Glabella                                 Frontallis                            Orbicularis Oculi                 Advanced Botox

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Last Updated on Monday, 14 November 2016 17:30

Botulinum Toxin

1 Area £144
2 Areas £228
3 Areas


Typical Areas are forehead, crows feet and between the brows. 

Lower face and neck £240
Nefertiti neck lift £240
Under arm (hyperhydrosis)

£360 (both arm pits)

Dermal Fillers

Fine lines from £150
Nasolabial lines £210
Marionette Lines £210
Lips £210
Cheeks from £300

from £300

Collagen Fillers

Ellanse M – 2 year filler

£420 per syringe

Thread Lift

Silhouette Soft Lift

£300-£360 per thread
Mid and lower face (4 threads) £1440
Neck lift (2 threads) £720
Brow lift (2 threads) £720


Face and neck initial treatment £300
Subsequent treatments (2-3 required) £215
Décolleté initial treatment £240
Subsequent treatments (2-3 required) £180
Scar and stretch mark treatments

from £180

Minor Surgical Procedures

Removal of skin tags, moss, cysts, lipomas and warts.

All surgical procedures from £260

Prices include consultation and histopathology report.

IV Infusion

Single treatment £210
Course of 5 treatments £960 (saving £90)
Booster shots from £60

Vampire PRP

All areas from £348



Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 November 2016 11:35

Anti Wrinkle Treatment

Dermal Fillers

Genuine Dermaroller

Vampire Facials

IV Vitamin Infusion

Silhouette Soft Thread Lift



Minor surgery

Non Surgical Rhinoplasty


About Dr. Ros

Last Updated on Monday, 14 November 2016 16:21

Introducing Dr. Ros Jabar who will be joining the team in January 2017.

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Dr Ros Jabar has been a GMC registered doctor for a number of years. She has a background in accident and emergency, acute medicine and general medicine. Previous to undertaking her medical degree, Ros was a Consultant Pharmacist so has a strong background in medicine and the use of drugs/creams in the medical and aesthetics industry. This unique combination and an eye for detail has provided Dr Ros with the perfect platform to work as an aesthetic and private medical practitioner.

Consultations with Dr Ros are always carried out with your needs and requirements in mind. During your consultation Dr Ros will work with you to make a personalised, bespoke treatment plan to suit your needs. Dr Ros only uses the safest, most effective products on the market to treat her patients. Dr Ros is extremely well respected in the Aesthetic Industry; she is regularly asked to attend “experts meetings” and is quick to provide feedback and adapt her techniques so that her clients are always given the best that scientific advances in the aesthetic industry offer.

Apart from the anti wrinkle, collagen and filler treatments Dr Ros is one of the few practitioners in the UK that is trained to carry out the Silhouette soft thread lift procedure, as recently seen in Cosmopolitan magazine, Daily Mail and aired on ITV’s This Morning. Dr Ros also offers the extremely popular vampire (PRP- platelet rich plasma) facial and hair thinning treatment.



Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 November 2016 12:54

Incognito  braces are an advanced generation of brace that is hidden discreetly on the back of the teeth, not on the front like conventional 'train tacks'. This allows people to go about their daily routine without feeling self-conscious because their braces are virtually invisible from the outside.

Incognito braces are suitable for all age groups - children, adolescents and adults who want to correct their tooth position.

The Incognito Lite brace is a quick and cost effective alternative to the full treatment if only front six or eight teeth need straightening.

The brace is custom made for each patient to maximise comfort and ensure precise results, this is achieved by using the latest computer technology when creating the brace.

Incognito braces start from £2600

Initial Consultation £80, please call to make an appointment so we can discuss your treatment needs.



Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 November 2016 12:53

braces-on-mouthDamon  Braces are a fixed system that uses technology for faster treatment times and more comfortable correction.Damon smiles are achieved with light biologically-sensible forces, and are specifically designed to improve the overall facial result of each patient.

The advantages of the Damon Braces system include:

1.Damon passive self-ligating braces that eliminate the need for elastic or metal "ties". With Damon tie-less braces you can experience treatment without tightening.

2.Light high-technology shape-memory wires that move teeth faster and require fewer adjustments.

3.A new clinically proven treatment approach that aligns your teeth and enhances your facial aesthetics—usually without extractions.

Traditional braces are tied in with elastics, which cause friction and pressure, making treatment slower and less comfortable. Damon braces use a slide mechanism to hold the wire, which allows teeth to move more freely, quickly and comfortably.

Damon braces are designed to be discreet, comfortable and easy to keep clean. Without the elastic ties which attract and collect plaque, Damon braces make dental hygiene easy during treatment. Plus the Damon System is available in clear brackets for those image conscious patients.

Damon braces start from £1800

Initial Consultation £80, please call to make an appointment so we can discuss your treatment needs.



Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 November 2016 12:51

invisalign1Invisalign is different to traditional teeth straightening treatments. Using innovative technology that they invented and continue to evolve, Invisalign comes as a series of clear removable aligners that straighten your teeth, and unlike fixed  braces, there are no wires or brackets. This means there is no metal and they are nearly invisible when you wear them.

You will change the removable aligners every two weeks. As you replace each aligner, your teeth will move little by little until they have straightened to the final position.

Invisalign uses a virtual 3D treatment plan which shows the series of movements your teeth are projected to go through over the course of the treatment. This enables you to see what your teeth are expected to look like when the treatment is finished and monitor changes as you go.

Because Invisalign aligners can be removed at any time during treatment, you can eat whatever you want, maintain good oral hygiene, and choose to remove them briefly for special occasions such as weddings or big meetings. Your lifestyle remains intact.Stack-2

Invisalign braces start from £2600

Initial Consultation £80, please call to make an appointment so we can discuss your treatment needs.


Amalgam Free - Tooth Coloured Fillings

Last Updated on Monday, 12 May 2014 10:40

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Example of a white filling to build up an anterior (front) tooth. 






Periodontics (Gum Disease)

Last Updated on Thursday, 21 November 2013 10:39

What is Gum Disease?

Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease is a disease affecting the supporting structures and tissues around a tooth. These tissues are keeping the teeth in place. Gum disease is caused by bacterial plaque. Bacterial or dental plaque is the accumulation and deposit of oral bacteria on hard oral tissues, especially teeth. More than 108 bacteria are present in 1 mg of dental plaque. Dental plaque microbes produce a variety of toxins, antigens and acids that challenge the immune system of every individual. Throughout lifetime there is usually a harmony between the host and the bacterial flora in the mouth. However there are cases where the composition of dental plaque changes or the immune defense mechanisms of the individual are no longer able to cope with the bacterial challenge. Some individuals are more susceptible than others. Smoking, stress and diabetes are factors that are thought to hamper the immune response. When this happens, oral tissues in contact with bacterial plaque become infected. The first tissues to become infected are the gums, leading to a condition commonly known as gingivitis. If left untreated, destruction of local tissues would lead to the establishment of a periodontal pocket between the gum and the tooth. Microbial flora within the pocket will now become more virulent, and chronic presence of this flora can lead to loss of tissue attachment around the tooth, affecting the bone as well as the gums. This condition is called periodontitis or gum disease.

Why have periodontal treatment?

Dental plaque is not easily removed from the surfaces of the teeth. If done correctly, every day brushing can remove the bacterial deposits above the gums. Sometimes these bacterial deposits can become calcified, leading to the formation of tartar above or below the gums. Tartar can only be removed by your dentist or hygienist using special instruments. The purpose of periodontal treatment is to remove bacterial deposits and tartar from pockets around affected teeth halting the process of the disease. In certain cases, surgery involving the gums needs to be done.

Example of periodontal treatment

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Fig 1. Before treatment                                        Fig 2. After treatment


Endodontics (Root Canal Treatment)

Last Updated on Thursday, 21 November 2013 10:44

Saving teeth

Endodontic Specialist Dr Peter Davis has extensive expertise in treating dental root canals, resolving difficult endodontic cases and saving teeth from being extracted.

A root canal treatment is one of the most complex dental procedures carried out. This treatment can save your natural teeth and prevent the need for bridges or dental implants.

Peter is a registered Specialist Endodontist with the General Dental Council.  This means he is in a position to provide an exceptional level of care in root canal treatment using the latest proven technology which can result in the long term retention of teeth.

While all dentists receive basic training in performing root canal treatment there are dentists who specialise in this form of treatment and they are called “Endodontists”. To become an Endodontist a dentist must complete several years of specialist postgraduate training and be registered on the General Dental Councils Specialist Lists.

What is canal treatment? 

canal-treatment-smlRoot canal treatment is the process by which a dentist treats the internal aspects of the tooth, specifically a long hollow chamber (root canal) that contains pulp tissue.

This pulp tissue is commonly referred to as the “nerve” and whilst containing nerves it also contains blood vessels, lymphatics and connective tissue.

A root canal treatment is required when the pulpal tissues have died or are dying.




Why have root canal treatment?

root-canal-treatmentIf you have an infection in your body your immune system, transported in your blood, will be drawn to the area where bacteria that have caused the infection can be destroyed and removed. The unique problem with infections of the root canals is that the blood vessels supplying the pulpal tissues have died. Therefore as there is no blood supply into the root canal there is also no immune system. This then allows a comfortable place for bacteria to reside safe from the bodies’ immune system that is trying to remove them.

By having the root canal treatment this is effectively doing your bodies’ work for you, as it cleans out all of the bacteria preventing any more coming in. This allows the body to then heal the tissues surrounding the tooth that have been damaged by the inflammation caused by the infection.


Example of lower molar root canal treatment

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Figure 18. Preoperative radiograph of the LL6

    Figure 19. Postoperative radiograph of the LL6


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