Yes, both dermal fillers and the anti-wrinkle product, which contains the active ingredient Botulinum Toxin, may be considered safe when used for this intended purpose and when administered at the recommended frequency. The anti-wrinkle product has been extensively used in the medical world for over 20 years and been licensed in the UK since 2006. The fillers used in this Clinic have a very good safety record with no serious side effects.

Yes, we offer 5% off the referrer’s next treatment.

Yes, of course – please get in touch to arrange a convenient time. We may be able to open the Clinic outside of normal hours to suit.

No. Clinicians need to pass certified training from a recognised establishment before being able to offer these treatments.

“Botox” is a trade name of a product containing Botulinum Toxin type A. This toxin is also contained in the more modern derivative that Jon uses in the Clinic (Azzalure).

This may be arranged in advance. Please feel free to discuss this with Jon. We may be able to open the Clinic outside of normal hours to suit.

We hope this will not be the case. Please contact Jon as soon as possible to arrange a follow up appointment.

At the present time, Jon works in Peasedown St John for my{Dentist}. Reception can be contacted on 01761 439191.

Jon qualified as a dentist in 1997 and has successfully passed training in Botulinum Toxin Therapy and with the use of dermal fillers at the Dr. Hennessy Academy in Preston, Lancashire.

No, Jon prides himself in creating a natural look, with the aim to meet your expectations, decided as part of the consultation.

The level of “movement” after treatment will be determined at the consultation stage and Jon will work towards meeting your expectations.

Yes, it is normal for the effects of the wrinkle smoothing treatment to last between 3 to 5 months, though often this may lengthen following repeated successive treatments. Dermal fillers last for an average of 9 months – Jon only uses non-permanent fillers.

No, the effects of the wrinkle smoothing treatment will last between 3 to 5 months, though often this may lengthen following repeated successive treatments. Dermal fillers last for an average of 9 months – Jon only uses non-permanent fillers.

Jon will offer recommendations and suggest timescales for you to return for repeat treatments so you can maintain your new look.

Jon is registered with the General Dental Council and with the Care Quality Commission by nature of being a dentist. At the current time there is no separate requirement to be registered to perform the additional cosmetic procedures offered at the Clinic. Jon has a specific insurance policy for these procedures in addition to those policies necessary to be registered as a dentist.