Wrinkle relaxing injections – effective non surgical treatment Liverpool

Tuesday, January 18th, 2011

Wrinkle relaxing injections consisting of Botox have become extremely popular over the past several years driven by the motivation to remain youthful and beautiful predominantly by women in society today.  Botox is a protein which originates from Clostridium Botulinum, it is simple to administer and lasts for approximately 3 months per treatment. 

When the Botox is injected into the muscle, it  blocks impulses from the nerves which temporarily paralyze the muscles that cause wrinkles, thus allowing them to relax further.  The  result is that the process of wrinkle formation is minimised causing a smoothing effect which is visible almost after several days and which continues to improve over the next two weeks.

The optimum effects of Botox injections can be seen in 14-21 days and results may vary on individuals depending on the severity of wrinkles and the strength of muscles treated.  The results of a treatment  lasts  for approximately three  months after which most patients gradually return to their former appearance.   Botox injections can be repeated every 3-4 months and patients who have had Botox treatments over 12 months may only require further treatments every few months.

While Botox has been safely used by millions of patients, it is recommended that pregnant women, or women who are breastfeeding their babies as well as patients suffering from neurologic disease should not use Botox.

It is recommended not to lie flat for 6 hours after treatment or drink alcohol on the evenig after injections, also Mr Juma advises not to take blood thinning medications prior to treatment such as Aspirin, Warfarin, Brufen, Nurofen or Ibuprofen.

Mr Juma of Feel Younger Cosmetic Surgery Liverpool provides a full non surgical service in addition to cosmetic surgery procedures.  He is an experienced Cosmetic Surgeon registered with the Plastic Surgery regulatory organisations and who has clinics at the following locations:

Rodney Street – Liverpool

Spire Hospital – Wirral

Spire Hospital – Blackpool

Nuffield Hospital – Chester

It is important to select an experienced clinician with many years experience when considering such a treatment on the facial area, so please feel free to call for some advice 0151 707 9050

  

  

 

 

 

 

Mr Ali Juma Liverpool Cosmetic Surgeon – BBC Radio

Sunday, March 28th, 2010

Ali Juma Senior Plastic and Cosmetic Surgeon in Liverpool

Mr Ali Juma leading Cosmetic and Plastic Surgeon from Liverpool appeared on the BBC Radio Lancashire show on Friday 26th March hosted by Sally Naden.

Also on the show were a Council member Dave Baldwin from Blackburn and Darwen who  has 3 sons in the army, all of who are all scheduled to go to war soon.  Also on the show with Mr Juma was a foster mum Diane Preston who has been titled “Caring Mum of the Year”.

Mr Juma talked about lifestyle in general along with cosmetic surgery issues and plastic surgery topics such as male breast reduction, breast reconstruction after cancer, skin cancer and sun damage which were highlighted during the show.

A subject which was raised in conversation was the influence of the media in relation to such shows as “Ten years younger” and the affect which they have on peoples perspectives to plastic and cosmetic surgery.  Mr Juma noted that on such sows the risks and complications of surgery are not explained, however these must be fully covered at any consultation prior to surgery being undertaken within his practice.

Sally Naden discussed that she had previously had breast reconstructive surgery and Mr Juma advised that a patient should research their prospective surgeon fully with the regulatory bodies (BAAPS and BAPRAS), also get to know the doctor and be comfortable to talk to them openly regarding surgery and expectations.

Mr Juma, Senior Plastic Surgeon practices cosmetic surgery in Liverpool, Wirral Merseyside and Chester Cheshire is featured regularly on the BBC Radio Merseyside and Lancashire.  He has been asked to attend again in 6 months time to discuss and advise further on the latest cosmetic surgery media issues.

He practices at the Spire Fylde Coast Hospital in Blackpool, the Spire Murrayfield Hospital Wirral, the Nuffield Hospital Chester with clinic rooms and head office at Rodney Street in Liverpool.

The contact number to call if further advice or an appointment is required is: 0151 707 9050

 http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p006z9lk/Sally_Naden_26_03_2010/