Thread lifting (Silhouette Soft)
Threads reposition sagging skin without surgery and with minimal down time, which has contributed to their rising popularity. Their effects are immediate, and they also stimulate collagen production which creates smoother and brighter skin in the long run. The technology has improved considerably in recent years, making threads a great option for those who can’t afford the down time of more invasive procedures. Results last for 18-24 months.
Threads may be used to improve cheeks, jowls and necks, and to improve the jaw and neck angle.
Non-surgical eyelid lift
Non-surgical ‘plasma style’ eyelid lifts are great for lifting and tightening eyelid skin in patients with mild to moderate sagging in this area. They also soften deeper lines around the eyes, helping you to look more refreshed and awake.
The procedure takes 20-30 minutes and only involves a local anaesthetic. With minimal down time, you can easily go about your day afterwards.
Surgical eyelid lift (blepharoplasty)
Blepharoplasty refers to the surgical removal of unwanted tissue of the eyelids (upper or lower), resulting in less tired or droopy looking eyes. It is important to consult a doctor to ensure there are no medical causes of ptosis (eyelid droop). Our doctors conduct eyelid lifts using precision radiofrequency technology, resulting in less bruising and bleeding than traditional scalpel surgery.
Before and afters
What are your cosmetic concerns?
Whether your concerns are around benign moles, pre-cancerous spots, or sun damaged skin, our doctors have years of expertise in effectively diagnosing and treating skin cancer and other skin conditions.
Wrinkles and fine lines
These are some of the most common cosmetic concerns. Typical areas our doctors treat include the forehead and around the mouth (frown and smile lines), but there are other areas that can also be effectively treated.
Sagging skin and volume loss
Both are common concerns as we age, caused by the loss of structural support below the skin. Sagging is worsened by a loss of collagen and elastin.
Other concerns that our doctors treat include teeth clenching (bruxism) and excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis). Bruxism can result in jaw or ear pain, while hyperhidrosis is often an embarrassing condition for patients.