Dr Elly Amir
Dr Elly Amir has been a qualified dental surgeon for over twenty years. Her special interest in aesthetic dentistry led her to complete several advanced postgraduate courses both in dentistry and facial aesthetics.
Dr Amir has always put her patients’ best interests first and treats them as she herself would wish to be treated. Her approach to both dentistry and facial aesthetics is to listen to the concerns of each individual patient and then discuss available treatment options, before embarking on a treatment plan.
An in-depth consultation is of utmost importance as it will provide a better understanding of a patients physical and emotional wellbeing. At the consultation a full medical history including information about diet, supplements, skin regime, exercise, sun exposure, sleep patterns and stress levels are discussed, followed by photographs of the areas to be treated.
Dr Amir believes in minimally invasive facial aesthetics. She believes in maintaining natural beauty, whilst treating loss of volume and softening wrinkles using a gentle and natural approach.
She uses anti-wrinkle treatments, dermal fillers, peels and Silhouette Soft Threads to sculpt the face back to a natural youthful appearance. This gentle ‘tweaking’ treatment delivers a natural, fresher, rejuvenated look, helping to subtly reverse the signs of ageing.
Dr Amir’s expertise in injectable treatments means that she can carefully tailor your treatment to the look you wish to achieve.
This revolutionary anti-wrinkle treatment is used for softening and smoothing age related facial lines so that your skin will look noticeably younger and healthier. Read more>
Dermal fillers are a great way to restore volume to your face, soften lines and give yourself a fresh, natural look. They are safe gel-like products containing Hyaluronic Acid, which naturally occurs in the body and can be broken down over time. Read more>
Gradually over time your lips can become thinner and smaller as well as developing fine lines at the edges into which lipstick ’bleeds’. Read more>