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Accurate quotes can only be given in person during the consultation process.

There are multiple individual factors that need to be assessed to determine a customised skin care regime of products and treatments. These factors also determine your suitability and safety for medical strength skin care products and medical procedures. It is important to have a face-to-face comprehensive assessment in order to plan the most effective, customised treatments for the best possible results.

It is not possible to give exactly the same treatments and doses to different faces and expect to get exactly the same results.

Your personal assessment includes:

  • Your age
  • Skin tone and condition
  • The cause of imperfections
  • Your expectations of results
  • Facial area of concern
  • Facial volume - including natural fat pads and bone structure
  • Facial symmetry
  • Lip symmetry, volume and border definition
  • Number of lines
  • Depth of lines
  • Muscle mass
  • Strength of muscle movement
  • Activity level
  • Metabolism
  • Underlying and current medical conditions
  • Surgical history
  • Dental issues
  • Presence and density of scar tissue
  • Medications
  • Supplements
  • Nutrition.

These factors also determine the preparation needed, the medical strength of skin care products required, the molecule size and volume of dermal fillers, the dosage of muscle relaxants, the most suitable type of collagen stimulation, and the number / frequency of treatments that will help you achieve the best possible results for your concerns.

With this in mind, please understand that giving an accurate quote via phone or email is extremely difficult and could only ever be an estimation based on information provided.

Put your face in the best hands

With so many clinics now offering cosmetic injection medical procedures, it is easy to become confused so many choices and who to trust with your face.

Some people choose to compare the price of products by phone – however this does not determine best product selection, the amount of product you require, and does not determine the skill of the clinician. The cheapest price does not indicate the best results! There is no value in paying for a problem to be re-treated, paying another clinic to correct it, or having to wait months for an undesired result to wear off.

When making price comparisons, it is best to make a consultation appointment to accurately compare:

  • your recommended dose and TOTAL price (recommended doses can vary even between injectors in the same clinic),
  • exactly the same product brand (there are different muscle relaxant products available and the units are not the exactly the same measurement between products. One product requires 2.5 times the dose than the others. For example, advertising $10 per unit for one product may actually convert to $25 per unit when equally compared to the other product brands. Dermal fillers also differ in molecule sizes and how long they will last. You might pay less for the same syringe size in a different brand, but the product may not last as long. This means you will need more ongoing treatments in comparison with other products.)

A consultation appointment will also help you to compare the professional standards of the clinic. There should be no obligation to proceed with any medical treatment following a consultation.

Questions to ask when choosing your Injector

  • Are they professionally trained and registered with The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)?
  • Do they have medical expertise in facial anatomy?
  • How many years of experience do they have injecting?
  • How often are they injecting? Casual, part-time or full-time?
  • Do they record your medical history? (including allergies, medical conditions, medications, vitamins / supplements)
  • Who is the prescribing Medical Practitioner / Dental Practitioner? Will you meet them face-to-face? Are they present if you have a complication?
  • What are the side effects? What should you do if you have a concern / problem after hours? Do they have a treatment plan if a complication occurs?
  • Do they follow-up your treatment/s?
  • Do they adhere to Australian laws? For The Law click here.