These approaches use the latest scientific advances, yet they appeal to those patients looking for a more naturally-based rejuvenation result, as well as those who wish to avoid needles.
Bristol (PRWEB UK) 23 September 2013
With over a million non-surgical skin treatments performed each year in the UK, the market remains buoyant despite the recession.
However, while traditional injectable options such as wrinkle-relaxing injections and facial fillers remain the most popular; there is a new breed of treatments using advanced anti-ageing technology that actually work to improve the condition of the skin itself.
Dr. John Quinn’s Bristol and London clinics have invested in the latest advances in skincare technology and offer an impressive array of options which use the latest approaches to skin science in order transform the condition and appearance of the skin.
Dr. Quinn explains: “Cosmetic injections are a wonderful way of ‘trouble-shooting’ the most obvious signs of ageing, tackling wrinkles and creases with remarkable results. They are popular simply because they work so well.”
“However, the latest advances in skin care technology mean that we are able to offer new options that work to improve the health, structure and appearance of the skin itself by stimulating the skin’s own renewal and healing processes for a firmer, clearer complexion with fewer fine lines.”
The clinic offers a choice of three advanced skincare technology systems, which work in different ways.
CO2 fractional laser is the very latest addition to the clinics. This works by creating many tiny holes in the surface of the skin - while leaving most of the skin intact - in order to stimulate collagen production and healing. It is an excellent choice for acne scars as well as lines and wrinkles, elasticity and overall skin tone.
Radiofrequency treatment works by heating the deep layers of the skin; which rejuvenates and firms the skin from within. Radiofrequency can achieve a subtle, all-over rejuvenation and is good for firming and toning the skin for a more youthful look.
IPL, or "Intense Pulsed Light" laser heats the deep layers of skin in order to promote healing mechanisms. This technique is a good choice for pigmentation issues including sun damage and acne rosacea; as well as anti-ageing treatment.
In order to offer the most appropriate treatment to their patients, Quinn Clinics have invested heavily in the latest skin care technology and offer all 3 treatments at their new clinic in Blackheath/Greenwich as well as their Bristol clinic based in Clifton.
Dr. John Quinn MB, BCh, BAO, BACD explains: “These approaches use the latest scientific advances, yet they appeal to those patients looking for a more naturally-based rejuvenation result, as well as those who wish to avoid needles.”
“However, as well as being useful on their own, these advanced technologies create remarkable anti-ageing results when used alongside traditional injectables for a more comprehensive treatment programme.”
In addition to CO2 fractional laser, radiofrequency and IPL; Quinn Clinics also offer a full range of traditional cosmetic and medical skin treatments, including popular anti-wrinkle injections, dermal fillers and lip filler treatments as well as laser hair removal treatments. A private consultation is recommended to provide individual advice and determine the most appropriate treatment.
Dr. John Quinn MB, BCh, BAO, BACD is a highly experienced aesthetic doctor who has treated literally thousands of patients since choosing to specialise in Medical Aesthetics in 2005. He also offers training in popular cosmetic injections for medical professionals.