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Suspect Coronavirus if you have a cough, fever or shortness of breath & have passed through a country considered to pose a high risk in the 14 days before becoming unwell; or if you have been in contact with a confirmed case. Countries considered to pose a high risk include China, Iran, Italy & South Korea; please check for the latest advice & information here.

ATTENTION!
If you suspect you might have contracted Coronavirus, or have been in contact with a suspected case, please do not come to the practice. Call the Coronavirus Health Information Line on 1800 020 080 & await their advice. Or, call the practice for advice.
Suspect Coronavirus if you have a cough, fever or shortness of breath & have passed through a country considered to pose a high risk in the 14 days before becoming unwell; or if you have been in contact with a confirmed case. Countries considered to pose a high risk include China, Iran, Italy & South Korea; please check for latest advice & information here.

volume loss

Life changes, but we can help

As we age, firm skin and natural fatty areas in our face that used to make us look ‘youthful’ change. Our bodies start to lose collagen, elasticity, fat, muscle and bone from our face. It’s an experience we all share, where it’s perfectly normal to be wondering why suddenly you have deep nasolabial folds (the skin folds running from your nose to the corners of your mouth). Nasolabial folds are one of the typical signs of loss of volume from the cheeks, where they signal a loss of collagen (causing wrinkles in the skin). Other signs include a sense that your face is changing shape in ever so subtle ways. As cheeks sag and lose their volume, their position on the face changes ever so slightly, dropping from their natural high position, closer to your eyes, to a lower position.

Azure Medical are pleased to have a number of options available, each tailored to your unique situation, preferences and desired outcomes. We offer a free assessment with our skin care experts, who are professionally trained practising a human centred approach to their work.

Factor’s that can contribute:

  • Smoking
  • Sun Damage
  • Hormonal or Medical Issues
  • ‘Yoyo’ dieting

Treatments available:

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