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Cosmetic Doctor

About Dr Sarah

Upon completing her medical degree with honours from the University of Western Australia in 2000, Sarah continued with her medical internship and residency at St Vincent's hospital in Sydney. Dr Sarah soon took a keen interest in the exciting and growing field of cosmetic medicine. It was at this time that anti-wrinkle injectable and dermal fillers were becoming more embraced by the general public as more and more people realised that these procedures were effective, yet minimally invasive with surprisingly few and rare side effects. Dr Sarah’s in depth knowledge of the functions and dynamics of facial anatomy combined with her artistic eye and sense of moderation resulted in her clientele growing exponentially over the last 12 years. She now practices at many locations around Sydney, at both medical clinics and beauty salons. As a woman, a mum and a wife, Sarah has the right ideas to suit every client’s unique requirements from subtle to glamorous. Dr Sarah looks forward to having a consultation with you and showing you the wonders that can be achieved with just a few small injections. 

Wrinkle reduction
Injections for crows feet, frown lines, forehead lines and bunny lines. 

Dermal filler 
Injections for lip plumping and shaping, filling unwanted facial lines including lifting saggy skin and jowls. 

Injections under the arms for excessive sweating (sugar-based gel filling to fill lines)

Injections for excessive fat tissue under the chin , abdomen, thighs and cellulite.

Liquid Face Lift
Combination of different injectable to achieve a minimally invasive face lift. 

Vitamin B12 Injections:

PRP Treatment:
PRP is a blood treatment to help with collagen growth.

What facial and body areas can be treated with PRP?

  • Orbital Rim – Around the eyes

  • Cheeks and Mid face

  • Cheeks

  • Crepe skin on the neck

  • Back of hands

  • Décolletage

  • Other Body Areas


What are the benefits of PRP?

  • Tissue regeneration and rejuvenation

  • Neocollagenesis

  • Neo – Vascularisation

  • Extracellular Matrix formation

  • Non allergenic

  • It is a ‘body own’ physiological product vs. animal derived or human donor products

  • Elimination of donor transmissible infections

  • Biological Glue: for tissue adhesion especially in skin flaps, bone grafts and trauma.

How does Cosmetic Injections Work?
Anti wrinkle injections bind to sites where nerves meet muscles and prevents the nerves from stimulating the muscle to contract.The muscle is then unable to contract fully and the formation of lines from muscular contraction is prevented.

Is having cosmetic injections Safe?
The long term safety of cosmetic injections has been well established, it has been used now for over 30 years for a variety of therapeutic and cosmetic purposes and has been shown to have no long term negative effects.

How long does it take to work?
Most people notice a softening of their lines in 2-3 days but it can take up to 2 weeks to fully "work".

How long does it last?
Anti Wrinkle injections typically lasts for about 3 - 4 months before being displaced from the nerve ending in the muscle. Generally after 3 months, you will notice the lines gradually returning.

What happens when cosmetic injections wear off, can
 I look worse?
Absolutely not if anything, as already explained above, your lines could look improved from their original state even when the Botox has fully dissipated.

Are there any long term harmful effects of Cosmetic Injections?
No study has shown any clinically significant long term side effect of cosmetic injections to date. In fact many studies have shown the contrary.

How much does it cost?
Cost varies according to how many units you require. Every individual has a different facial structure, requiring different amounts of cosmetic injections and varying degrees of injection complexity.


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