Surgery isn’t the only way to make a big difference to how you look and feel
But don’t despair. Thankfully, a range of non-surgical, non-invasive skin rejuvenation treatments are available to restore your skin to its youthful best. From the ever popular dermal fillers, lip enhancement, peels, microdermabrasion and intense pulse light therapy (IPL), these treatments can work wonders, taking years off you in the process.
Anti wrinkle injections
Anti-wrinkle injections or Injectables, are the most common line and wrinkle treatment by a long shot. Common since the late ‘80s, they offer little to no risk (when expertly administered) and zero recovery time.See This Procedure
Some people are born with naturally thin lips, while others notice that their lips are thinning as they get older. This can be very ageing, particularly when combined with fine lines and wrinkles.See This Procedure
A professional peel acts as a supercharged exfoliator, removing layers of dead skin to uncover the smooth, fresh skin underneath. This new skin is less wrinkled and more evenly coloured, so peels are very effective.See This Procedure
As their name would suggest, dermal fillers help to “fill out” the skin, smoothing away lines and adding fullness where it has been lost.See This Procedure
A note on who performs your non-surgical treatment
In Australia, loose regulation means laws are lax when it comes to who can administer non-surgical treatments such as Injectables and dermal fillers. The very point of these treatments is that they can have an enormous impact on your appearance, so be very careful when putting your face in the hands of potentially under qualified practitioners.
Dr Jeremy Hunt recommends that you always minimise risk to your health and looks by choosing a highly experienced professional to administer all non-surgical treatments.
Meet Dr Jeremy Hunt
Dr Hunt has worked with thousands of patients across his 15 year career. He is widely regarded as one of Australia’s leading plastic surgeons.