Treatment for upper face
- Forehead lines and wrinkles. Horizontal lines on the forehead can be treated with dermal filler or Botox. Find out more.
- Temporal hollowing. Ageing faces often look hollow and angular. Dermal fillers can restore volume, giving the face for a more youthful appearance. Find out more.
- Crows’ feet. Ageing, sun exposure and smoking all increase these wrinkles at the outer corners of the eyes. Using Botox, they can be made less noticeable. Find out more.
- Frown lines. These vertical lines between the eyebrows appear with age, but can be addressed with Botox. Find out more.
- Hollowing or dark circles beneath the eyes. Caused by a loss in volume, these are a giveaway sign of age, but is now easily treatable. Find out more.
Treatment for nose and mid-face
- Nose shape. Changing the appearance of the nose can now be carried out through non-surgical rhinoplasty. Find out more.
- Bunny lines. These wrinkles at the side and upper part of the nose can often be treated through Botox. Find out more.
- Hollow cheeks. Cheek volume can reduce with age, giving the face a gaunt or sunken appearance. The use of dermal fillers can be very effective. Find out more.
- Non-surgical facelifts. Multiple problem areas can be addressed through lifting procedures such as 8-point lifts, Silhouette Soft and PDO threads. Find out more.
Treatment for lower face
- Lips. Definition and volume can be subtly enhanced through dermal fillers. “Barcode lines” above the lip can also be softened. Find out more.
- Marionette lines. These vertical lines extending downwards from the corners of the lips can be drastically reduced non-surgically. Find out more.
- Labiomental crease. A deep horizontal crease between the lower lip and chin can be treated, usually with Botox. Find out more.
- Chin. Non-surgical methods such as dermal fillers can to be used to add fullness. Choose dramatic or more subtle changes. Find out more.
- Jawline. Using filler or thread treatments, jawline enhancement/jaw angle enhancement can help restore a pleasingly well-defined jaw. Find out more.
Treatment for neck and decollétage
The neck and décolletage (upper torso) change dramatically with age. Horizontal ‘necklace’ lines, vertical fan lines and a ‘turkey neck’ are often unwelcome signs of ageing. However, these age-related issues can now be addressed through advanced non-surgical techniques, such as Profilho® treatment. Find out more.
Treatment for hands
Treatment for specific skin problems
The White Horse Aesthetic Clinic can treat a range of specific skin conditions through non-surgical procedures. Examples include hyperhydrosis (excessive sweating), pigmentation changes, acne scarring, stretch marks, fine lines and wrinkles, blemishes, dry skin, skin ageing and sun damage. Find out more.