SkinViva was featured in the Daily Mail online in an article headlined:
Can a cosmetic treatment make you ‘scientifically beautiful’? New procedure uses computer to scan 17 keys areas of the face – before fillers make it symmetrical
The sophisticated system is used at SkinViva in order to analyse the proportions of the face and to assess them in line with geometric ratios which have come to define beauty.
The key to the success of this system is that it assesses the face as a whole, not just a specific area. The objective is to create better symmetry and proportions to improve a person’s appearance.
Dr Tim Pearce, founder of Manchester’s SkinViva clinic, explains:
‘We’re performing an “artistic restoration” on someone’s face – it’s not just about giving them Botox or dermal fillers.
‘A client can come in and say they’ve got frown lines and want to look better for their age.
‘Yes, you can solve the wrinkles, but there’s a whole lot of other ways to improve someone’s look, providing you’re skilled at analysing a face and performing the right treatment.
‘With cosmetic work, it’s either unnoticeable and good, or noticeable and unnatural.‘If a client looks “done”, you’ve probably broken a geometric rule of proportion and detail.
‘Our facial profiling is about bringing as many features into harmony as possible.
‘It’s about doing little adjustments in a lot of places, looking at the whole face in context, and matching that to a deeper, underlying aim.’
The sophisticated software is used alongside traditional measurements before recommending the most appropriate treatment
See photos and full story in the Daily Mail Online.
SkinViva offer free consultations at their main clinic in Manchester and also at an extensive choice of conveniently located locations across the North West, including Cheshire, Derbyshire, Lancashire, Manchester, Stockport and Bury. A consultation is always required prior to any cosmetic treatment and this is arranged with an experienced aesthetic medical practitioner, who would be able to carry out treatment at the same appointment if required.
For further information or to arrange a confidential consultation with a cosmetic doctor or dentist, please call 0161 865 1141, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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