Professional Cosmetic Surgery provides laser skin treatment in London to both men and women at either Highgate Private Hospital, London, or Wellbeck Hospital, London. Professional Cosmetic Surgery believe that a satisfied client is the best advert for their work. They pride themselves on the fact that the vast majority of their clients are received through personal referrals, where their level of service and success has been recommended purely by word of mouth. They rarely advertise commercially.
Professional Cosmetic Surgery provide various laser skin treatment procedures including laser blepharoplasty, CO2 laser skin resurfacing, and erbium laser skin resurfacing. Surgical procedures are carried out by Professional Cosmetic Surgery’s own consultant cosmetic surgeon, Mr. A Jeya Prakash MBBS, MS, FRCS. Mr Prakash is assisted by trained and experienced staff comprising a nurse, an aesthetic practitioner, a patient coordinator, and a secretary who are available at all times to help and assist you with the utmost sensitivity to ensure that your visit to the Professional Cosmetic Surgery clinic is a satisfying and pleasurable experience.
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Your treatment at Professional Cosmetic Surgery
At Professional Cosmetic Surgery, your comfort is most important. You will find reception areas, consulting rooms, and treatment rooms relaxing and tranquil places equipped with the latest imaging and evaluation systems and software. When you are relaxed, you will be able to assimilate the maximum amount of information and get a clear picture of what your chosen procedure entails. Professional Cosmetic Surgery have carefully designed this specialised environment just for you.
The Professional Cosmetic Surgery treatment room has a soothing ambience and is fully equipped to exacting standards, including the latest imaging facilities. As a routine,
Professional Cosmetic Surgery takes pre and post-procedure standardised photographs (and videos if appropriate) in their mini studio. Using imaging software, they offer 2D simulations of end results for most procedures, which gives clients a good idea of the desired outcome. These images are an excellent way for Mr Prakash to gain a good understanding of the patient's expectations and, also, for the client to appreciate the degree of improvement that can be realistically achieved.
When required, Professional Cosmetic Surgery take high resolution 3D photographs for the assessment and analysis of skin texture and/or improvement in quality. This equipment allows them to monitor improvements in body shape and Professional Cosmetic Surgery are in the process of obtaining a full-face 3D imaging camera for the evaluation of larger areas that may require treatment.
Interactive information software
Professional Cosmetic Surgery also have patient information software which is interactive. It introduces and describes the various procedures and treatments that they offer and enables you to highlight any areas that may be of concern to you. Professional Cosmetic Surgery are constantly updating their equipment and systems to keep pace with the latest technology. This ensures that Mr Prakash is able to offer his clients the most up-to-date treatments available.
CO2 laser skin resurfacing
Laser resurfacing is a procedure that selectively abrades the upper layers of the skin using the heat generated from a resurfacing laser. It works by means of vaporising the damaged skin layers and allowing the healthier cells, from deeper layers of skin, to surface and form a new smoother outer layer of skin.
Lasers can penetrate deeply into the skin and promote re-organisation of collagen, which helps diminish wrinkles and improve skin tone. They also have a tightening effect, which can aid skin tone and appearance.
Carbon-dioxide lasers are generally the strongest resurfacing lasers, and may be especially recommended if you have fair skin, severe sun-damage, or deep wrinkles.
After covering your eyes with protective guards, your surgeon will perform laser resurfacing by passing the activated laser back and forth over the treatment area until reaching the appropriate depth in the dermis to achieve the desired improvement. The newly resurfaced skin in the treated area, is then covered with protective cream or ointment.
Erbium Laser skin Resurfacing
The erbium laser provides a safer, more accurate, and less painful method of restoring
softer, smoother, more youthful looking skin. Erbium is a milder laser and produces less dramatic results compared to the CO2 laser. As it is milder, the discomfort, possible complications, and recovery time are also reduced. It is preferred in cases where mild to moderate improvement is needed or in case of sensitive skin.
Erbium laser skin resurfacing is a procedure specifically designed to remove superficial and moderately deep lines and wrinkles on the face. The erbium laser produces less heating or burning of surrounding tissues than other lasers used for resurfacing. This allows the surgeon to gently and comfortably vaporise the damaged skin cells layer by layer.
The area to be treated is prepared with an antiseptic solution. Depending on the area to be treated metal eye shields may be placed to protect the eyes. The treatment field is covered with moderately overlapping laser pulses using spot sizes of 3 to 7 mm. Additional passes are made till the desired depth of skin is vaporised. The number of passes depends on degree of improvement required. Once the passes are completed, the skin is cooled with cold compress and aqueous cream is liberally applied on the treatment area.
The eyes are the main focal point of the face. They play a major role in the attractiveness of the face (at rest and in dynamic movement). Cosmetic eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty) can remove excess eyelid skin, correct bagginess and puffiness of the eyelids.
Blepharoplasty is usually considered after the age of 35. The idea behind blepharoplasty is fine tuning of the eyelids’ shape, size and enhancing the glow of the eyes. Ideally the upper lid should be just touching the upper part of the iris and the lower lid should be just touching the lower part of the iris without covering too much of the iris or exposing too much of the same. Any deviation from the normal position of the eyelid could be due to the ageing process, heredity, any birth deformity, smoking, sun damage, inflammation, infection or trauma.
With blepharoplasty there is a lot lesser bleeding and bruising compared to the traditional scalpel method, as the laser seals as it cuts. The overall operation is also quicker as it is a cleaner procedure.
Professional Cosmetic Surgery
112, Harley Street
Tel: 020 7224 1622
Fax: 020 7224 1577
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