Exeter Medical welcomes the new Harmony ClearLift™ laser treatment, also known as ‘The Lunchtime Face Lift’ – the most comprehensive Q-Switched Nd:YAG treatment solution available today.
Harmony stops the clock from head-to-toe, with a wide variety of treatment solutions customised to your specific needs as they change over time. Treatments are virtually painless with minimal downtime, so there is no need for pre-treatment anaesthetics.
The ClearLift™ laser treatment rejuvenates mature skin, enhancing your natural beauty and revealing smoother, younger, healthier-looking skin. It is an ideal treatment for: wrinkles, fine lines, photodamage, uneven skin tone and skin laxity; and is safe for all skin types.
While most laser procedures produce a thermal effect to stimulate collagen renewal, Alma ClearLift™ uses a specially designed fractional Q-Switched laser to achieve a deep mechanical effect, focusing the energy beneath the epidermis. The treatment is based upon a unique method of energy dispersion, emitting narrow pulse widths with multiple peaks of energy, resulting in more effective treatment and increased patient comfort. This creates a controlled dermal wound while leaving the epidermis intact. The wound healing process stimulates growth of new collagen as well as contracture and tightening of the tissue.
Professor Campbell brings with him forty years of experience treating patients with varicose veins. He has written many papers, a book and led major research regarding varicose veins.
Jane Benson holds the post of Theatre Manager at Exeter Medical after seventeen years spent in the theatre at the Royal Devon & Exeter hospital; latterly as a Matron in the Plastic and Reconstruction theatre.
Fiona Irvine is a highly qualified Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon at Exeter Medical.