Dr Roshan Vara is honoured to be speaking at CCR Expo 2018 in London’s Kensington Olympia- the UK’s Leading Medical Aesthetics Conference.
CCR Expo is one of the leading internationally recognised medical aesthetics conferences and The Treatment Rooms London Co-Founder Dr Roshan Vara has been invited to speak.
He will be sharing his thoughts on how luxury hotels and fine dining markets have helped shaped the creation of his aesthetics clinic in London and what other clinics can learn from these two service industries.
He will cover topics such as:
Service response and delivery times
Key differentiators in unique service offerings
The customer/ patient journey
Dr Roshan Vara’s talk will be on Thursday 4th October from 1030am-1045am and he looks forward to seeing you there!
Deciding to have Botox® or Filler treatment should be a considered process for a patient and their Doctor, not a transaction! At The Treatment Rooms we share our thoughts on Superdrug offering these treatments.
Superdrug recently launched their Skin Renew service offering Botox® (Botulinum Toxin/ Anti-Wrinkle Injections) and Dermal Fillers in their London store (1-6). Following their recent sponsorship of Love Island they clearly sparked customer interest (8).
In this blog, we are going to highlight what you need to think about before undergoing Botox® or Fillers in any clinic and not just Superdrug! Here they are in 4 bitesized points for you:
Understand what Botox® and Dermal Fillers are
Find out who is going to perform the procedure
Plan your treatment goals with your practitioner
Take time out to think about the treatment before saying “yes!”
There are different types of dermal fillers but the most common is a hyaluronic acid based filler which is temporary and can be reversed if there are any problems. Fillers are used to restore volume and reshape certain areas of the face and body to create a youthful, rejuvenated appearance. By injecting them in the correct place they can produce safe & expected results. In contrast- using the incorrect filler can lead to nightmare results! And at The Treatment Rooms in London we have had to correct a number of cases whereby the injector has clearly been negligent! You can read more about dermal fillers on our page (here).
2) Find out who is going to perform the procedure
The person performing the procedure is extremely important. As beauty therapists have now been prevented from joining a major regulatory body (JCCP), it is clear the UK is starting to ensure patients are only treated by qualified medical practitioners. In The Treatment Rooms our injections are only performed by Doctors and Surgeons. This means you can be sure your Doctor understands the anatomy of your face and has a high attention to detail on what needs to be done to achieve your desired outcome.
3) Plan your treatment goals with your practitioner
Talk through what you would like to achieve with your practitioner. Preparing your treatment goals before Botox® or filler reduces the likelihood of bad results. A simple telephone conversation is not enough to plan your procedure. Everyone has a unique face and a personalised plan should be made during a face-face consultation!
4) Take time out to think about the treatment before saying “yes!”
Deciding to undergo Botox® or filler treatment should be a process- not a transaction! Taking time out to think about any treatment is extremely important- this is the case in all medical and surgical procedures. After discussing the treatment with your practitioner, you should understand the procedure, its risks, complications and the planned treatment goals. This should be before you sign any consent form!