We are delighted that with restrictions easing, Norwich Cosmetic Clinic will be reopening on Monday 12th April in line with Government guidance, with some significant changes in place…
Whilst we have been unable to deliver our full complement of services, we have certainly stayed busy during the repeated lockdowns of 2020 and 2021. As well as seeing patients with an urgent medical need, we have also utilised the time to review and analyse the business, to best ascertain how to apply our skills and experience, as well as increasing our expertise, to ensure we continue to offer the highest quality of work to our clients.
For Norwich Cosmetic Clinic this has meant updating and upgrading the Clinic with a full refurbishment; making any repairs necessary to maintain our exacting standards of cleanliness and implementing improvements which take the Clinic to the level of a healthcare provider. This has included servicing and upgrading all of our lasers and decommissioning machines that are no longer cutting edge for the industry. We have also introduced new procedures such as the Mesotherapy and we have reviewed the beauty products and treatments which we stock at the Clinic.
A total of £50,000 has been invested on the building itself and this has meant that we are now in a position to proceed with registering Norwich Cosmetic Clinic with the Care Quality Commission (CQC). Once approved, this accreditation will mean that the Clinic is a registered theatre for minor operations.
We are extremely proud that our in-house Doctors are both highly experienced in the world of aesthetics and boast over 35 years of experience between them; one is a national trainer for injectables and the lead in dealing with complications, and the other has long term experience in use of injectables for surgery-free facial lifts. They continue to review the injectables we use, to ensure we always offer the best and safest products on the market.
Throughout the pandemic our Doctors have contributed to the NHS efforts during the lockdowns, supporting staff at the local hospitals as they tackled the disease. In addition, they have done detailed research around new non-surgical treatments which they can introduce to the Clinic once the industry is able to resume aesthetic procedures.
We believe the long-term effect of Covid on the aesthetics industry is a surge of interest in skin, face and body and we are already seeing an extremely high demand for facial rejuvenation following the lockdown. In an area which is not very well regulated, there is a fear that this will result in practitioners with limited experience getting involved in more complicated areas of facial rejuvenation. For this reason, we strongly urge that anyone considering facial rejuvenation of any kind seek professional advice.
At Norwich Cosmetic Clinic we are here to support our clients and the local community and we warmly welcome any enquiries for new procedures as well as helping to tackle complications that arise elsewhere.