Whether it’s an antiwrinkle treatment, dermal fillers or a skin rejuvenation procedure, the decision to get a cosmetic treatment should be taken seriously. While social media makes it look as though these procedures carry no risk, many can have serious consequences if they aren’t done by a medically qualified and experienced practitioner.
With fillers the risk is blindness or skin death due to a blockage of the blood supply, with laser treatments there’s a risk of burns, with anti-wrinkle treatments there’s a risk of a drooping eye lid or lip if the botox is placed in the wrong spot. Knowing how to avoid and fix these issues if they arise is paramount.
The doctors and aesthetic practitioners listed on Harley Street Emporium are leaders in their field and amongst the best cosmetic practitioner in the country. Many are actively involved in the training of other practitioners and all have a number of years of experience behind them.
All the doctors are registered on the GMC and the nurses are independent nurse prescribers who are registered with the British Association of Cosmetic Nurses (BACN) and the NMC (Nursing and Midwifery Council), and the British Dental Council so you know they are qualified and insured.
They regularly attend conference and undertake continuing medical education to ensure they are up-to-date in the latest treatments.
And, they put patient safety first.
The practitioners who perform aesthetic treatments include Doctors Shirin Lakhani, Christine Or, Unnati Desai, Rupert Critchley, Jane Leonard, Awfa Paulina, Ruhul Amin, Kalpna Pindolia, Bhavjit Kaur and Simon Zokaie who is a cosmetic dermatologist. Then there are Dermatologists Penelope Tympanidis and Dr Nick Lowe and nurse practitioners Shirley Nicol and Elizabeth Rimmer and cosmetic dentists like Mark Hughes, Shadi Eddin, Krystyna Wilczynski.
From cosmetic dentistry to anti-wrinkle treatments, skin rejuvenation and chemical peels, these practitioners can help with pigment issues, acne, dermatitis and a host of other skin conditions.