Your questions answered

  • wrinkle injections – because cosmetic fillers are injected using micro-needles, it does not require the use of a local anaesthetic. However, a topical or local anaesthetic may be used when a cosmetic filler is being used to treat hiperhydrosis
  • facial fillers (dermal fillers) – although not always necessary, a topical or local anaesthetic may be used to minimise discomfort
  • chemical peels – chemical peels cause a sensation similar to sunburn and the skin may itch as it peels. However, an anaesthetic is not required. For some peels, skin preparation is required
Side effects or complications from aesthetic treatments are extremely rare when they are carried out by a fully trained doctor. Should they occur, however, Dr Foroughi is fully trained and equipped to deal with them.
The lip area tends to be sensitive and we would recommend the use of a topical or local anaesthetic when having lip fillers
Most treatments allow you to resume normal activities immediately afterwards. However, Dr Forough will advise you at the time of your treatment whether you need to take any special care or follow any special routines following your treatment
All treatments are carried out by Dr Foroughi
You will be seen by Dr Foroughi
No, your initial consultation is free and once you’ve seen Dr Foroughi, you are under no obligation to have the treatment he recommends
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