Best health COSMETIC MEDICINE
Our team of registered doctors are fully trained, professional and caring towards providing cosmetic medicine. Treatments will be fully discussed to suit your needs and and promote a sense of wellbeing. Full consultations will be provided with time for questions and reflection. The aim is to promote younger looking skin and a sense of increased confidence.
Facial cosmetics is provided by our Harley Street Doctor, with vast experience in this area. We recommend a reputable and well trusted practitioner should be chosen to carry out any cosmetic work.
Cosmetic services provided at Best Health Clinics include:
For all of our anxious & nervous patients
At Best Health Clinics we use the Botox brand to treat fine lines and wrinkles. Botox is a natural protein used to temporarily relaxation of facial muscles and smooth wrinkles.
The procedure itself should be virtually painless and choosing a highly qualified and experienced practitioner is an important factor in this process.
This is a non-invasive process and smooths out wrinkles to give a more youthful appearance as as well preventing further lines and wrinkles from appearing by relaxing your muscles.
Botox can also be injected into the heel of the feet to reduce the effects of the pain of wearing high heels.
We use Juvaderm Range from Allergen. These temporary
fillers contain hyaluronic acid, which adds volume to the face
to smooth out wrinkles to create a more youthful appearance.
They can help reduce deep lines and wrinkles, fill hollows, enhance sunken cheeks and smooth the contours of your
face. Anti-ageing facial fillers are the non-surgical way to
achieve younger looking skin and provide volume for tired
lines and wrinkles.
At Best Health Clinics we use Juvaderm Range from Allergen for lip augmentations. These temporary fillers contain hyaluronic acid, which can be used on the lips to increase volume and enhance your natural lip shape.
Lip fillers are carefully injected into the area to give natural fuller lips. the lip filler will restore natural fullness to give you beautifully shaped lips.
Non-surgical rhinoplasty (nose Job) is a medical procedure in which injectable fillers, such as hyaluronic acid (Juvederm), are used to alter and shape a person's nose without invasive surgery. The procedure fills in bumpy or curved areas of the
nose so it appears straighter.
Fillers are carefully injected into the area to allow moderate reshaping or recontouring of the nose, with minimal pain and time.
Minor surgery (mole, skin tag & millia removal)
Hyperhidrosis is a common condition in which a person sweats excessively.The sweating may affect the whole of the body, or it may affect certain areas such as:
palms of your hands
soles of your feet
face and chest
The excess sweating be quite distressing and can also have a negative impact on your quality of life. A simple injection into
the affected area can help reduce the sweating by blocking the signals from the brain to the sweat glands.
Minor Surgery is any surgical procedure that can be performed
in a brief period of time under a local aneasthetic.
Here at Best Health Clinics our fully qualified doctors carry out mole, skin tag and millia removal using surgical techniques. Not only does this method allow the removal of deeper legions as well as allowing the samples to be sent for biopsy if required.
The nearest train station is Emerson Park, which is a few minutes walk away. The train runs from Romford, Emerson Park and Upminster. There are trains to Romford from Shenfield, Colchester, and Liverpool street.
The nearest stations are Hornchurch or Upminster Bridge (both District Line), which is a 20 minute walk away.
It lies approximately 2.5 miles east of Romford or a 10-15 minute drive. The main road nearest to the surgery is the A124. It is 20 minutes from the Dartford Tunnel and has good links to London. There is limited parking available at the surgery but there is ample parking on nearby streets.
Hornchurch High Street (at the top of Billet Lane): 165, 193, 248, 372
North Street and Burnway (back of Queens Theatre) : 165, 256, 370