Tuesday, 30 November 2010
I have done a bit of research and i am seriously considering your 3rd Generation FUE hair restoration procedure. My one worry is shock loss . Do you think I would be a good candidate for the FUE procedure and what are my chances of shock loss?
With regards to your suitability for 3rd Generation FUE, we have very strict protocols for patient selection. Age is always important. Your hair loss may be progressive so this might not be the only procedure you have so we need to plan ahead to look at any future loss.
Looking from a different view , you are only 23 and if your hair loss is affecting you now, then why not have a procedure that will give you a very natural result with no down time!
What I would recommend though is to come and see me for a free consultation before making the final decision.
Regarding your 2nd question on shock loss , yes it is definitely an issue with any kind of hair restoration technique .
There are lots of reasons behind shock loss and this is something I always explain to the patient during my consultation for hair loss. I have my own protocol for prevention of shock loss and it has worked well for me .
Other clinics will have their own protocols for shock loss, but as i have mentioned in other blogs, whichever hair procedure you decide to go for, make sure your surgeon has answered all your questions and issues to your satisfaction, and you are 100% confident in his work.
Dr Raghu Reddy
Hair Transplant Surgeon for Selston Cosmetic Clinic
This remarkable treatment is used to reduce that unwanted fluffy, downy hair and is particulary suitable and popular on the face and upper lip, this can also be used on other parts of the body. This usually results in permanant hair loss over a period of time.
The advantage is that it is possible to remove large areas of unwanted hair in one treatment.
This treatment is also pain free for that added bonus. Our clients are moving on to alkaline hair wash after having laser hair removal to give complete hair free skin.
In the end, the skin looks brighter clearer and more refreshed , giving you a flawless look without the hair!
Lead Cosmetic Technician
Tuesday, 23 November 2010
Dr S Bassi
We advised a tummy tuck....which she flatly refused to consider.
We made sure her expectations were realistic.
Vaser Lipo will only give so much skin tightening and she definitely would not get the same results as she would from a tummy tuck.
She accepted this readily and proceded to have Vaser Lipo of the abdomen and then the flanks 4 weeks later.
At review she felt the result had far exceded her expectations.
She informed us she had revamped her lingerie wardrobe too....!!
Cosmetic clinic manager Selston Cosmetic Clinic
Tuesday, 16 November 2010
The after picture is 1 week post the second procedure and there is still slight swelling of the outer thighs.
There is a significant improvement of the shape of the legs.....this ladys expectations were realistic and she is very happy with the results so far! Her results will continue to improve over the next few weeks.
Dr S Bassi
Lead Cosmetic Physician
We do not suture the incisions as this allows draining of the anaesthetic fluid post procedure. This helps give a smooth result and minimises lumps, bumps and swelling post- operatively.
The Vaser Lipo scars are roughly 4mm in length and we attempt to place them in discreet positions.
So what is the solution... to minimise the pigmentation after the procedure?
We are recommending clients whose skin well may have a tendency to hyperpigment to start a depigmentation programme 4 weeks post surgery.
This involves using skin needling ( dermarolling) , retin A gel and Agera Rx phytolightening cream in a certain combination for six months.
The pigmentation lightens and the scarring is much improved.
Lead Cosmetic Physician
Monday, 8 November 2010
Perfect for the party season ahead.
A lunch time procedure that wont damage your purse!
Lead Laser Technician
Most have been advised that they will need a tummy tuck, but they really don't want to go through such a major procedure or have a huge scar that an apronectomy incurs.
BEFORE VASER LIPO OF LOWER ABDOMEN
This lady is in her fifties but she did have good skin tone. See what you think....
AFTER VASER LIPO OF LOWER ABDOMEN PRIOR TO VASER LIPO OF UPPER ABDOMEN
I think she looks great.
Lead Vaser Technician
Saturday, 6 November 2010
50 year old male who had Vaser Lipo Mid Def of his abdomen and four weeks later returned for Mid Def of his flanks
BEFORE VASER LIPO
After pictures have been taken immediately after the second procedure. (flanks) . Further improvements yet to come.
Nice, defined results to be expected!
S R Bassi
Lead Cosmetic Physician.
AFTER VASER LIPO