Aesthetic Health has a culture of care, community and continual development.
Our aim has always been to offer the very best care and experience to our cherished patients, in order to uplift their lives. Not ones to ever rest on our laurels, our team continually strives to take service and treatment to new heights.
As well as leading the way in care standards, we are continually pioneering groundbreaking methods within our four walls. A key global opinion leader in the field of Aesthetics, Dr Julia works internationally advancing the frontiers of aesthetic medicine through research and innovation, to improve the efficacy, safety and comfort of treatments. It is part of our culture to be able to offer patients these gold-standard techniques even before they are rolled out worldwide.
In accordance with our commitment to providing the very best level of care and service, our team regularly undergoes professional training days to ensure we are constantly refining our skills and working at the cutting edge of medical aesthetic techniques. Multi-Disciplinary Team meetings and Team Training are at the core of our patient care principles, and we use these sessions to discuss treatment plans and cases in the continual pursuit of optimal results and satisfaction for patients.
Every single team member is hand-picked and approved by Dr Julia, who personally oversees and tracks their development.
Our doors are always open to support those who need us, in whichever way we are able to help them. Appearance-related concerns, such as facial scarring and disfigurement, can be highly distressing to live with and can have a negative impact on someone’s wellbeing. To help improve the lives of people struggling with appearance-related distress, it is our privilege to donate a select number of complimentary Compassionate Treatments every year. It is this accommodating culture that makes Aesthetic Health so unique.
In 2012, Dr Julia also founded FaceForward to facilitate free or subsidised treatment and support for eligible patients suffering appearance-related distress. We look forward to pursuing this initiative more broadly over the coming years.