If you are viewing this page, it’s highly likely that this is your very first venture into Cosmetic Medicine.
Why do people become interested in Cosmetic Medicine? Patients may feel that they have spent their whole life looking after the family, but now it is time for themselves
Or maybe there are quite a few bright young people in the workplace now. Even though the younger set is less experienced, looking the best you can helps us to stay in the ‘race’.
Some patients may be regretting spending so much time in the sun during their younger years and now wish to try to turn back the clock of aging. That’s where the Fraxel laser comes in.
Sometimes patients complain that no matter what they do, they don’t seem to be able to lose weight from certain areas like the tummy. So we see them to discuss options like Thermage.
Mostly, it’s not about looking 20 again…it’s about looking the best they can for the age they are and beyond. Anti-wrinkle injections or dermal fillers are really handy here.
It’s also not about wanting to look like a different person for most patients. It’s more about looking fresh.
Or it might be that they just want to feel more confident about themselves…but definitely without doing anything ‘major’.
That’s where Cosmetic Medicine can help. It’s not Beauty Therapy and it’s not Plastic Surgery at epiclinic®.
epiclinic® is a world pioneer in the use of accurate 3D technology, or SAFV Scan, to precisely monitor the changes after volume replacement. No other clinic offers this unique image-capture system.
It is illegal to advertise prescription only medications like Botox, Botox Adelaide, Adelaide Botox for example?
The laws in Australia are strict when it comes to advertising medications that are restricted for the express use of medical practitioners ( or to their delegated authorised health professional).
Botox is one of those medications. Unfortunately, there are many companies who choose to deliberately break the law and continue to advertise Botox. epiclinic® is not one of them.
We at epiclinic® question the motives of the companies who do this. In particular we question whether a clinic who conducts illegal advertising, is an honest and reputable service provider.
We just thought you, the discerning public should know that.
Did you know, it is illegal for an unsupervised nurse to prescribe, sell or administer medications such as Botox for example, unless the patient has been assessed by a medical practitioner at some stage prior to treatment?