Wellness Clinic

Lines and Wrinkles

Would you like to reduce the fine lines and wrinkles on your face, hands, neck and décolletage areas?

There are now a number of ways to treat fine lines and wrinkles.

Find out more:

  • Dermal Fillers

    Dermal Fillers for Lines and Wrinkles

    One of the most popular ways of treating fine lines and wrinkles is to have dermal filler injections. Restylane is one of the most popular and well tolerated fillers and the preferred filler used by our cosmetic Practice. It is a natural filler that helps to both reverse and arrest the signs of ageing. It fills and smoothes the area to be treated and so reduces troublesome lines and wrinkles. These typically occur because of a breakdown in the body’s natural support layers due to factors such as pollution, over exposure to sun, smoking and natural ageing.

    Restylane is injected into the skin, beneath the wrinkle. The beneficial effect of the treatment typically lasts about six months. In order to maintain the benefits top-up treatments are therefore advised on a regular basis.

    Dermal fillers are typically used for lines and wrinkles around the mouth, cheeks, and chin areas of the face. Muscle relaxant injections, by contrast, are more commonly used for areas around the eyes and forehead.

    Laser treatment, Restylane injections, chemical peels and specialist skin applications can all be highly effective in treating fine lines and wrinkles. Best results are often a result of using some or all of these treatments in combination.

    This treatment would be carried out by Dr Piper, who is a Member of the Association of Cosmetic Doctors and has been a GP for over 28 years . All patients receive an initial consultation to both assess suitability for treatment and to discuss the appropriate treatment, the procedure and realistic results.

    To book a Cosmetic Consultation please ring 0116 2700373 or contact us by email and we will return your call as soon as possible.

  • Facial Contouring

    Would you like to improve your facial contours?

    There are now a number of ways to improve the contours around the face. One of the most popular is to have a dermal filler injection. Restylane is one of the most popular and well tolerated fillers and the preferred filler used by Dr Piper.

    Skilful use of natural fillers can remove unwanted, deeper lines and wrinkles which can improve an individual’s appearance and lessen deep facial contours. Professional use of Restylane can enhance facial features after fatty tissue loss, and can deliver more sculpted facial contours in the cheek bone and chin areas.

    Restylane is a dermal filler which is used to fill out lines and wrinkles – it is made from non-animal, natural sources – which means there is low risk of an allergic reaction.

    The filler is applied under the skin with a series of injections. Treatment time depends on the area to be treated and many people go straight back to daily life immediately afterwards. There may however be some slight bruising or redness which should disappear within a few days. Repeat treatments are needed every six to nine months to maintain the appearance.

    This treatment would be carried out by Dr Piper, who is a Member of the Association of Cosmetic Doctors and has been a GP for over 28 years . All patients receive an initial consultation to both assess suitability for treatment and to discuss the appropriate treatment, the procedure and realistic results.

    To book a Cosmetic Consultation please ring 0116 2700373 or contact us by email and we will return your call as soon as possible.

  • Lip Enhancements

    Would you like to have more lip volume, a refreshed lip line, more attractive contours or a more distinctive shape to your lips?

    The most popular way to achieve lip enhancement is by way of injection using a dermal filler. Restylane is one of the most popular and well tolerated fillers and the preferred filler used by Dr Piper. Restylane is used to fill out the lips and reduce wrinkles around the lips, nose and mouth. It is made from non-animal, natural sources – which means there is low risk of an allergic reaction.

    The filler is applied under the skin with a series of injections. Treatment time depends on the area to be treated and many people go straight back to daily life immediately afterwards. There may however be some slight bruising or redness around the lips which normally disappears within a few days. Repeat treatments are needed every six to nine months to maintain the appearance.

    This treatment would be carried out by Dr Piper, who is a Member of the Association of Cosmetic Doctors and has been a GP for over 28 years . All patients receive an initial consultation to both assess suitability for treatment and to discuss the appropriate treatment, the procedure and realistic results.

    To book a Cosmetic Consultation please ring 0116 2700373 or contact us by email and we will return your call as soon as possible.

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