What are the key facts women want to know about BOTOX®?
Research commissioned by Allergan, manufacturer of the anti-ageing solution, found that women feel they have limited information on which to base their decisions.
- 54% of women wanted to know about the costs of BOTOX® and almost half felt that cost was holding them back
- 40% were concerned about safety and side effects
- 18% worried that they would not look natural
Dr John Tanqueray, an aesthetic practitioner who established his private practice in 2003 while still working as a GP, has produced a very informative video for patients considering treatments such as BOTOX® or dermal fillers.
The video looks at common concerns about the outcome of cosmetic treatments, such as unnatural looking ‘frozen’ BOTOX® or over-plump fillers.
Common myths and concerns about cosmetic treatments
Dr Tanqueray says:
“Poor outcomes are usually the result of excessive or injudicious treatment or the use of inappropriate products.”
A consultation with an experienced skin specialist is the best place to start. This is an opportunity to discuss what you are looking to achieve and get all the relevant information on price, side effects, aftercare and results.
There is never any pressure to go ahead at Mulberry House Clinic, and consultations are carried out by Dr John Tanqueray himself, the doctor who would be carrying out cosmetic injections.
Mulberry House Clinic & Laser Centre
Mulberry House Clinic & Laser Centre has an excellent reputation in the Northampton area as an independent, doctor-led practice with over 10 years experience. Dr John Tanqueray is a former GP who can assess and diagnose skin conditions from a medical perspective before suggesting the most appropriate treatments.
A private consultation is suggested in the first instance in order to facilitate a full discussion about the desired results as well as detailed facial and skin assessment. Find out more about first consultation.
For further information or to arrange a confidential consultation, please complete our contact form, call 01604 702630 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.