Dermal Fillers – Nose to Mouth

Nasolabial lines are the two skin folds that normally run from each side of the nose to the corners of the mouth. These lines can appear at any age and contribute to an aged appearance. The main causes are drooping of the cheek mass, depressions (folds) and dermal attachments. The fold causes a demarcation of…

Dermal Fillers – Non-Surgical Facelift

Click on the image to see a gallery of photographs. Facial Volume loss contributes significantly to facial ageing. Volume deficits are a result of the loss and repositioning of facial fat as well as from skeletal remodelling. The 8-Point lift is a revolutionary concept that was pioneered to provide a means of administrating dermal fillers…

Dermal Fillers – Lips

Click on the image to see a gallery of photographs. Thin or uneven lips can be enhanced with nonsurgical methods that are minimally invasive. Dr Bharat Patel is an expert in the most advanced non-surgical lip enhancement techniques. Naturally, thin or uneven lips may be congenital or age- related. Vertical lines can appear often below…

Dermal Fillers – Jowling

The pre-jowl sulcus is a term applied to the hollowing of an area on either side of the chin that is accentuated by the formation of jowls. Its cause is multifactorial, however, it is generally accepted that a decrease or remodelling of the underlying supporting structures results in this appearance. The prejowl sulcus can be…

Dermal Fillers – Dr BP Non-Surgical Facelift

The Dr BP Non- Surgical Facelift is a unique treatment developed by Dr B.Patel using his 7 years experience to combine Dermal Fillers and Botox using specialist methods and techniques that he has developed, to create the ultimate rejuvenation in non-surgical facial aesthetics. The main injection areas are summasrised below: Facial Volume loss contributes significantly…

Botox- Excessive Sweating

Excessive sweating can be uncomfortable for many and Botox is a simple safe and effective treatment which can provide a solution that lasts for months. Hyperhidrosis can either: Affect certain parts of the body, most commonly the armpits, hands, feet or face; this is known as focal hyperhidrosis; Most cases of focal hyperhidrosis have no…

Botox – Neck Lift

An acute and juvenile neck contour is considered a foremost component in facial rejuvenation. Aging of the neck is mostly attributable to the result of skin laxity, accumulation of fat, platysma ptosis, laxity, and redundancy. In some cases Botox may be injected to produce a lifted appearance of the neck, often termed the Nefertiti lift.…

Botox – Gummy Smile

Gummy smile is the excessive show of the pink or pigmented gum on smiling. Gum show of more than 2mm can cause patients to seek correction. Prevalance is normally 7% of adult males and 14% of adult females. There are several causes including hypermobiliy of the upper lip, maxillary length excess, short upper lip length,…

Botox – Forehead Lines a Wrinkles

Botox for Forehead Wrinkles in the London Area Wrinkles or lines on the forehead may appear from the age of 30 and are usually one of the first signs of ageing. The causes may be multifactorial; however, these hyperfunctional lines normally result from repeated contraction of the underlying facial musculature. The forehead is a complex…

Botox – Facial Slimming

Botox may be used to slim the face especially in those who have a wider lower half of the face. It is injected into the masseter muscles and, therefore, is also of use in patients who grind their teeth regularly (bruxism) or those who have tempro-mandibular dysfunction due to the excessive grinding. It is a…