Once you have decided that dermal fillers are the right treatment for you, your next task is finding a trustworthy clinic. There are thousands of practitioners offering dermal fillers all across the country. For the best results and patient care, it is vital that you choose one with a good reputation and specialised team.
From dermal filler reviews to practitioner experience, there are many factors to consider when choosing the best clinic for your treatment. Whether you have had cosmetic treatments or you are new to dermal fillers, knowing what to look for in an aesthetics clinic can be confusing. We’re sharing everything you need to know so you can find the right dermal filler clinic for you.
One of the most useful resources out there for finding clinics for aesthetic treatments is review sites. Reading through previous customer experiences and opinions can give you a real, honest insight into each of your options. Excellent reviews on sites like Trustpilot and Realself are a great indicator that a clinic has a good reputation with its existing customers.
You can see what previous patients have said about specific treatments such as dermal fillers. Alternatively, it may be what they have said about the clinic and practitioner in general. Be careful of any clinics that don’t have dermal fillers London reviews and feedback readily available online. This can be a sign that they are inexperienced. The same goes for any clinics that regularly receive negative feedback; if previous patients aren’t happy with their service, it is best to steer clear.
Dermal fillers are a self-regulated treatment. This means that beauticians of any calibre can undergo training and get started injecting patients. When you choose a clinic, you should never compromise on your safety or the quality of the treatment. So that you can be sure a practitioner is experienced and knowledgeable enough to successfully give dermal fillers, look for those that are medically trained.
Injecting the face with filler products requires a lot of knowledge on the facial anatomy, veins, blood vessels, nerves and more. This kind of in-depth medical knowledge simply can’t be achieved on a short dermal filler training course. Always check a practitioner’s credential and medical training before investing in them for dermal fillers.
Dr Mike Comins at Hans Place is a leading practitioner in aesthetic medicine. He holds a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery and is a Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners. You can find out more about Dr Mike Comins medical background and aesthetics experience here.
When you are undergoing a cosmetic treatment which requires injecting the body, such as dermal fillers, then you need medical facilities. Only choose a practitioner who is working within a clean, medically governed clinic. Beauty professionals who offer dermal fillers in their home or beauty salon will not be well-equipped to deal with unforeseen circumstances.
Not only that, but there is no guarantee that these unregulated environments are clean and sanitised. Always choose a practitioner that works from a professional, medical environment. It is also worth looking for clinics which are regulated and adhering to all relevant guidelines.
Hans Place Practice maintains the highest safety and cleaning measures, which puts patients’ safety first and foremost. The practice has been regulated by the Care Quality Commission, and we always ensure we are meeting all medical guidelines.
Some beauty clinics offer everything from eyebrow threading to Botox. One clinic that offers such a broad range of treatments is not likely to be a specialist in any of them. Look for practitioners that specialise in minimally invasive treatments such as dermal fillers and injectables.
Generally, if a clinic also offers some other minimally invasive procedures such as Vaser or Renuvion, they are likely to be specialised in these areas of aesthetics. The truth is, only 26% of aesthetics practitioners are working in their clinic as their full-time occupation. This is a huge number of practitioners who aren’t doing these treatments on a regular basis.
Not only that, but 8 out of 10 clinics don’t perform treatment regularly enough to maintain an appropriate skillset. It is essential that you choose a practitioner who specialises in dermal fillers and successfully completes these treatments regularly.
As a leading medical aesthetics clinic in central London, Hans Place Practice is specialised in non-invasive treatments like dermal fillers. Dr Mike Comins only offers aesthetic medicine treatments, as opposed to cosmetic surgery or beauty treatments. He specialises in treatment such as dermal fillers, Vaser Liposuction and ULTRAcel.
Every experienced, professional practitioner offering dermal fillers should insist on a consultation beforehand. This appointment is a chance for the practitioner to understand your desired results and explain the best treatment course to achieve this. It is also your opportunity to ask any questions and get a solid understanding of the treatment.
A good dermal fillers practitioner will ask about your medical history, your concerns and your expectations. During a pre-treatment consultation, you should never feel pressured or obliged to make an on-the-spot decision. A trustworthy and respectable clinic will use this consultation to provide you with all the information you need to make your own informed decision.
Here at Hans Place Practice, we welcome every patient considering treatment to book in for a complimentary consultation. Our specialist team will discuss the results you want to achieve and talk you through your treatment options. We want this consultation to be your opportunity to gain peace of mind about your treatment choice and to choose a clinic that is completely right for you.
To book your free consultation or to find out more about our dermal filler treatments, then get in touch today.