ACNE SCARS AT ACADEMY LASER CLINICS Acne is one of the most common skin conditions and can persists into adulthood. Acne scars are the result of the ...
- ACNE SCARS AT ACADEMY LASER CLINICS
Acne is one of the most common skin conditions and can persists into adulthood. Acne scars are the result of the skin wound healing process, they occur at the site of the injury and can be atrophic or hypertrophic.
Academy Laser Clinics offers various treatments depending on the individuals needs. A multi-method strategy is often required for the treatment of acne scars.:
- Fractional Carbon Dioxide Laser (ScarLess DOT) for treating moderate to sever acne scarring.
- Pure Platelet Rich Plasma Injections for all scarring.
- Skin Needling for mild to moderate scarring.
- Dermal Fillers for depressed scars.
- Subscision for depressed scars.
- Steroid Therapy for hypertrophic or keloid scars.
THE TREATMENT PROCESS
An initial consultation occurs where the doctors and skin physicians make a detailed skin analysis and assess the patient’s skin to determine and advise the patient on the best treatment plan.
For Hypertrophic Raised Scars or Keloid Scars the best treatment is a steroid injection to flatten plus laser resurfacing to soften and retextures new tissue.
For Atrophic Rolling Scars are best treated with a combination of fractionated ablative laser, subscision and dermal filler. Atrophic Box Car Scars are well treated by ablative laser resurfacing. Atrophic Icepick Scar are treated with punch excision followed by laser resurfacing.
The treatments usually require a multi-method approach and more than one session. The results for nearly all patients are extremely good provided the patient completes the recommended treatment program.
Patience and program compliance are essential as each treatment will produce an incremental improvement and collagen production, which continues from 3-12 months depending upon the treatment options.
- MALE ENHANCEMENT AT CALIBRE CLINIC
Calibre offers medical male enhancement designed to increase penis girth. The one hour treatment is painless and occurs in clinic. The results are immediate, long lasting and reversible.
ABOUT THE PROCEDURE
At least a week before treatment the patient will have a confidential doctor consultation. This is to raise any questions or concerns prior to treatment and to discus realistic expectations and results.
The treatment program is usually scheduled over 1-3 sessions two weeks apart and uses TGA-approved cosmetic fillers (hyaluronic acid) which acts as a volumiser. The filler is injected just below the surface of the skin and becomes naturally integrated into penile tissue after 2 weeks.
During the first 14 days the filler can be gently massaged to smooth out any bumps and ensure even coverage.
After the procedure, patients will notice the effects of the treatment immediately with significant growth in penis size. There is no need to take any time out for recovery
- FEATHER TOUCH BROWS AT ACADEMY FACE AND BODY
Feather touch brows are achieved by cosmetic tattooing. A hand tool called a mirco blade is used where the strokes mimic natural hair growth patterns and inserts colour. This results in a natural looking pattern.
HOW THE PROCEDURE WORKS
The procedure begins with a standard consultation to determine if the patient is suitable for the tattooing.
If the patient is suitable seven days prior to treatment, the patient needs to get their brows waxed or threaded, cease using growth serum for brows or lashes. Stop food and drink that can cause blood thinning or bruising and not use fake tan.
The initial treatment is to create the patients desired brows. The brows will be 80% finished in the first session. This is followed by a second session 6 weeks later to perfect the brows.
For a week after the tattooing the post treatment plan needs to be followed. After the second session colour touch ups should be expected every 6-12 months.
Initially to 5 days after treatment the area may be red and tender. The brows will appear darker and will fade during the 2 week recovery period.
Expect to have touch ups of colour every 6 to 12 months.