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Facial Aesthetics

If you’re looking to boost your self-confidence by improving physical features or remedying any facial imperfections, then our facial aesthetics treatments might be just what you are looking for.

  • Regain confidence in your own appearance
  • Treatments carried out safely by our highly qualified plastic surgeon
  • A range of treatments available

Mr Adeyinka Molajo FRCS(Plast) Plastic Surgeon

Adeyinka ‘Ade’ Molajo is a fully accredited UK trained plastic surgeon. He is on the specialist register for Plastic Surgery and has a substantive consultant NHS appointment.

He undertook his undergraduate medical training at the prestigious medical schools of St Andrew’s University and the University of Manchester. During his undergraduate training he undertook an elective at St Vincent’s Hospital in Sydney, Australia in the department of Plastic Surgery.

Following graduation he worked in several specialties to gain experience before undertaking specialist training in Plastic Surgery at several plastic surgery units in Manchester, Liverpool and London. He passed the Fellowship examination in Plastic Surgery – FRCS (Plast).

He also undertook fellowships in aesthetic surgery and breast reconstruction.

Ade developed a passion in non-surgical aesthetics to complement his surgical practice and so undertook training in increasingly complex non-surgical techniques.

Ade’s vision is to deliver the best non-surgical aesthetic treatments whilst maintaining facial harmony. He believes that you should look great, not ‘done’.

Your Facial Aesthetics Expert

At Harwood Dental Care, our highly qualified and experienced plastic surgeon, Mr Adeyinka Molajo, is happy to take care of any of your facial aesthetics needs.

  • Fully accredited and UK trained
  • Trained at the prestigious universities of St Andrew’s and Manchester
  • Undertook a fellowship in aesthetic surgery

What to expect during your facial aesthetics treatment

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Outline the results you seek and ask any questions you might have

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An initial consultation to discuss what work needs to be done

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Treatment carried out by our expert plastic surgeon, Mr Molajo

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Enjoy your fantastic results

Common Facial Aesthetics Questions

What is Botox made of?

Botox is a protein used to treat overactive and expressive muscles. In 2002, after formal and extensive clinical trials and research, Botox was approved by the FDA. When administered by a qualified expert, Botox is a safe and reliable method of smoothing facial lines.

Which areas of the face can Botox treat?

Botox can be used to smooth fine lines and wrinkles expressive areas of the face, such as the forehead, crow’s feet, and mouth-to-chin lines. Botox relaxes the muscles in the treated area, causing them to contract less, and softening the apperance of lines.

What are dermal fillers made of?

Non-surgical dermal fillers are made of a sugar that naturally occurs in the body, called Hyaluronic Acid (HA). We produce less collagen, and lose facial volume as we age, and so replacing this with Halyuronic Acid is both safe and effective.

Which areas of the face can dermal fillers treat?

Most commonly, dermal fillers are used to treat the lips, cheeks, and nose-to-mouth lines. They can also add subtle volume to flat lips, define the cupid’s brow, or balance out the lower and upper lips to create a more symmetrical face. We can also add contour to your cheeks to create a more youthful appearance.

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