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Book Your Virtual Consultation
In these uncertain times, our full medical team are here for you. We can offer you a virtual consultation for all your aesthetic needs. Whether you wish to discuss your cosmetic concerns or talk with a registered nurse for anti-ageing advice, we’re here for you.
We can carry out a full body or skin assessment and analysis from the comfort and safety of your own home.
SKIN & NON-SURGICAL CONSULTATIONS
We’re able to offer skin consultations and non-surgical consultations with our team of aestheticians and nurses.
Whether you’re making a treatment enquiry, looking for skincare advice and guidance, or hoping to find clinical or prescriptive products that will enable you to maintain your in-clinic treatments at home, we’re available to you.
Our remote consultations allow you to take photos in the privacy of your discreet environment, in your own time.
We’re also able to offer a 3D simulation for prospective breast or nose surgery to give you a visual indication of your post-operative results. The simulated images can guide your decision and help you manage expectations.
To create your simulation, we will require you to send across three recent photos of your breasts or nose. One photo from the front, and two from either side.
If you’re interested in a virtual breast simulation, we also require a nipple to nipple measurement. Send a measurement in CM from the very centre of one nipple to the other.
Position the camera so that your whole torso is in view from just below your chin, to your waist.
Keep your arms elevated at a slight angle away from the body when posing for the photo to ensure they are not obstructing the view of the body.
Take three shots – one facing the camera and two from a side angle. Try to maintain your posture as you turn to take the side views on the left and right.
8 Top Tips For Taking Your Photo
- 1. Ensure that you are standing against a blank wall
- 2. Make sure nothing is obstructing the background or object
- 3. Clean your front and back camera lens before taking the photos
- 4. Take the photos in natural lighting
- 5. Stand against a blank background
- 6. Placing the camera on a shelf may help if you’re taking the photo on self-timer
- 7. Positioning the camera 2-6ft is usually an adequate position
- 8. You may wish to take a few practice shots before you begin