The author of this report, Dr Harry Singh is an established medical/facial aesthetician and cosmetic dentist.
1996 – qualified from Leeds University
1997 – passed MFGDP(UK)
2000 – passed Certificate of Restorative Dentistry
2003 – 2006 – Vocational Trainer for newly qualified graduates
2007 – trained in basic and advanced Botox, Dermal Fillers and Advanced Skin Health Restoration
2007 – opened aesthetics
2008 – won Best Marketing at the Private Dentistry Awards and best team at Dentistry Awards
2009 – shortlisted for Best Community Project at Private Dentistry Awards
2010 – appointed on board of Premium Practice Dentistry magazine
2011 – wrote numerous articles on facial aesthetics in professional magazines
2012 – shortlisted for best aesthetics clinic in My Face My Body awards from over 600 entries
2012 – voted in top 3 best facial aesthetics clinic in Private Dentistry Awards
2012 – spoke about facial aesthetics at The Dentistry Show and Odonti Conference
2012 – set up Facial Aesthetics Academy – training other professionals on facial aesthetics
2012 – voted in top 25 aesthetic dentists in UK
2013 -speaking at FACE conference on facial aesthetics
2013 – published book, ‘ The Business of Facial Aesthetics
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There are new non-surgical treatments that can help preserve and restore a younger looking skin. Many celebrities have been taking advantage of these treatments for years to help maintain their youthful appearance.
Non-surgical skin rejuvenation treatment can effectively correct lines, furrows, wrinkles, discoloured skin and other signs of early aging. Irregularities along the jaw line, softening of the jowls, and loss of fullness in the face can give one an aged, drawn, and tired look. Volumisers such as Sculptra®, laser treatments, intense pulsed light and chemical peels can dramatically improve the tone and shape of the facial skin. For lines and furrows botulinum toxin such as Botox® can be combined with dermal fillers such as Restylane® for a fresher, softer look. The latest techniques of Facial Aesthetics have been proven to achieve results in many thousands of men and women. Surprisingly, these facial aesthetics treatments usually take only 15 to 30 minutes, and in most cases allow you to resume normal professional and family life immediately after treatment.
To truly understand, appreciate and deliver outstanding facial aesthetics, we need to consider all 3 elements that determine facial aesthetics:
- Teeth and supporting structures (lips and cheeks) – surveys indicate that the majority of people notice a persons smile when they meet them for the first time, everyone can now have the smile of their dreams to compliment the rest of their face.
- Skin – your face is the showcase to the rest of your body and personality, glowing youthful skin exudes confidentiality and attractiveness. Using procedures and products that enhance your skins appearance is essential in achieving the ultimate aesthetic pleasing appearance.
- Skinutrition and a wellness programme – the old adage that you are what you eat is never been more true. The skin is the curtain that reflects what’s inside your body. To get the best results from and facial aesthetics, we need to look at what nutrients the skin is receiving.
Healthy skin starts within and is directly related to a number of factors; nutrition, sun protection, products used, stress, sleep and smoking. The aim of this report is to educate you on how to achieve the complexion you have always wanted and arm you with the information needed to make an informed choice. 86% of people want better skin. We can help you achieve this. We hope you enjoy this free report.