Accredited 12th May 2015
Dr John Elder (MBChB, MRCGP, DRCOG, DCH,DFFP,Dip Med Acup, MBACD) is the senior partner at the Market Cross Surgery, Corby Glen. He offers a range of cosmetic treatment procedures within the Surgery near Grantham, Lincs. He is a fully trained practitioner and a member of the British Association of Cosmetic Doctors (BACD). The treatments available are all provided privately and are not available as part of NHS services. All treatments offered are medical procedures and provided by a qualified medical practitioner. The decision to treat remains with the practitioner and is based on their assessment and application of clinical skills. All clients will be offered a free initial consultation to determine a treatment plan and consider any alternative options including referral or no treatment.
Dr Elder has undergone advanced training in Botulinum Toxin techniques and the use of Juvederm and Restylane dermal fillers for the treatment of lines, wrinkles and facial rejuvenation and Botulinum Toxin for excessive sweating (Axillary Hyperhidrosis). He is a medical acupuncturist and has clinical interests in dermatology, diabetes, travel medicine and sexual health.
Glen Eden Medical Aesthetics Practitioners
Practitioners treatments: Dermal Fillers | Injectable Tissue Stimulators | Laser / IPL Treatment Pigmented/Vascular Problems | Laser Hair Removal | IPL Hair Removal | Laser Skin Rejuvenation | IPL Skin Rejuvenation | Medical Skin Needling | Microsclerotherapy | Scar Prevention And Treatment | Sclerotherapy | Wrinkle Relaxing Injections
Dermal Fillers | IPL Hair Removal | IPL Skin Rejuvenation | Injectable Tissue Stimulators | Laser / IPL Treatment Pigmented/Vas… | Laser Hair Removal | Laser Skin Rejuvenation | Medical Skin Needling | Microsclerotherapy | Scar Prevention and Treatment | Sclerotherapy | Wrinkle relaxing injections
Speacialist aesthetic clinic:
Saturday: 10:30am-3:30 pm
Appointments can also be made within the normal working hours or any evening by arrangement
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