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Information Evening Thursday 24th February 7pm till 8.30pm
Mesotherapy injections now available for
treatment of FAT and CELLULITE
Dr Susan Uren
Maggie Mulready - medical aesthetician
Telephone 4861 1599 12 Walker Street Bowr al
Caledonian Medical Group
Dr Susan Uren (right)
with Maggie Mulready.
Obagi before (left) and after (right).
Choices in skin care treatments
After a good break over Xmas and New Year
the Caledonian Clinic is back in operation.
2010 was a busy but satisfying year for Dr
Susan Uren and her Dermal Therapist
Maggie Mulready with their client base
The use of Botox continues to rise exponentially
as people become more educated about the
extremely good safety profile. Botox works by
paralysing the muscles that cause facial li
Dr Uren now has a treatment for v
sundamaged skin anywhere on th
body that does not cause scarring
is very effective .
The use of fillers, the most well-known being
Restylane, is also growing rapidly worldwide. This,
again, is due to the excellent safety profile and the
non-permanent nature of the gel used.
Dr Uren now performs mesotherapy which is used
to reduce localised fat deposits and cellulite. It also
has a rejuvenating action.
She also now has a treatment for very
sundamaged skin anywhere on the body that does
not cause scarring and is very effective. This is
called Photodynamic Therapy or PDT and is used
worldwide for treatment of non-melanoma skin
cancers. The advantages are that it does not cause
scarring and will treat solar damage that has not
yet developed into early skin cancers.
Maggie uses the Variable Pulsed Light for hair
removal in all areas of the body and also treats
capillaries, diffuse redness and pigmentation.
She also has the Vibraderm for gentle but effective
microdermabrasion. It achieves great results with
no downtime i.e. could go straight back to work.
The Omnilux light is used for rejuvenation and
acne treatments and the PDT and Maggie also
offers a variety of facials and peels to freshen up
A big growth area in the practice and worldwide is
in the use of medical grade cosmeceuticals. These
are skin care regimes that can only be obtained
through accredited medical practices. The most
popular range is the Obagi line, launched in
Australia only 10 months ago. Dr Uren's clinic is
the only one in the Highlands which can prescribe
We now also have the Ultraceuticals range which
is suitable for the younger, problem skin.
To make an appointment with Maggie or Dr
Uren ring 4861 1599 or stop by 12 Walker
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