Welcome to PHP Aesthetic
Division of PHP Health First
Look your best, feel your best, expect the best
PHP Aesthetic, division of PHP Health First now provides Aesthetic treatments through a desire to provide non-surgical medical Aesthetic treatments that are administered in such a way that they sustain or restore a naturally youthful look. Clients of PHP Health First can be safe in the knowledge that their treatment will always be carried out by a Professional Healthcare Provider who are fully qualified.
Many of our clients return again and again not only because of the benefits and results of our Aesthetic treatments but because our small team makes them feel part of PHP Health First.
With the emphasis now on retaining a youthful skin and appearance, PHP Aesthetic is particularly aware that not everyone is in the position to have cosmetic surgery or that some may not desire to take such a radical approach to maintain, restore or enhance their looks. All of our treatments are on the left.
What to know when considering
cosmetic injectable treatments
What to Know When Considering Cosmetic Injectable Treatments
Choose practitoners with the appropriate training and skills - Adverse events are most often directly linked to physician skill and experience PHP Health First recommends the following guidelines for those seeking cosmetic injectable treatments: Don't choose a provider based on price. Injectables are pharmaceutical products and must be administered by trained, qualified clinicians Make sure the benefits and risks are fully explained to you in a patient consultation. Practitioners use the consultation process to educate patients about the proposed procedure. Every procedure has inherent risks and benefits; the hallmark of informed consent is the understanding of risks and benefits, and realistic expectations.
Tell Everything You Can
Fully disclose any medical conditions you might have, and medications you are taking including vitamins and over-the-counter drugs. This information will help your clinician select the most effective procedure for you, with the fewest side-effects. Any injectable should be administered in an appropriate setting using sterile instruments. A non-physician who is appropriately licensed and trained may perform the injections under the supervision of a qualified practitioner only or dermatologist. Malls and private homes are not medical environments and may be unsanitary. Know what you are being injected with. Disturbing reports of patients being injected with everything from liquid silicone to baby oil and other unapproved products are appearing in the press on a regular basis. Make sure your clinician is using only FDA-CE approved products purchased within the European Union. If he or she refuses to give you this information, seek another clinician. The position of PHP Health First is that injectable fillers are medical procedures and should be performed only by qualified clinicians in an appropriate medical setting.