Surgical Tattoo Removal

Do you regret having had one or more of your tattoos? Luckily, tattoo removal techniques have developed considerably over the last decade, and there are several options available to remove unwanted designs.

Although laser treatment is often requested, in the case of small tattoos surgical removal is particularly effective. This simply involves giving you a local anaesthetic and then, using a scalpel, removing the portion of the skin containing the design before using a couple of stitches to bring the wound together again.

Where once you would have had to accept that your design was permanent, this modern type of tattoo removal is quick, relatively painless and very successful.

Put an end to your embarrassment and have your tattoo removed quickly and effectively.

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Mr Paul Banwell is available at East Grinstead, Brighton, Worthing and Tunbridge Wells to consult and complete surgical excision of tattoos in an outpatient setting.  Contact our office at 0845 2600 261 or via email at help@paulebanwell.com to discuss your options.

Mr Banwell comments on Indiba treatment

Professional Beauty

Mr Paul Banwell, Consultant Plastic & Cosmetic Surgeon and Indiba Deep Beauty spokesperson

“Traditionally facial sculpting and volumising is performed with dermal fillers utilsing hyaluronic acid. This ‘inside out’ approach works very well but sometimes an alternative ‘outside in’ strategy may be equally effective. Non-surgical skin tightening methods such as fractionated laser or radio frequency treatments can produce excellent results.

Indiba Deep Beauty harnesses radio frequency through the exclusive Proionic effect to sculpt the cheekbone and jaw line areas. The first results can be seen in just one treatment though a course of 6 provides optimum results with monthly maintenance recommended.

How does it work? 

We know that over time gravity pulls our faces downwards and this causes the face to appear untoned and often ‘droopy’ in appearance.   Indiba Deep Beauty’s technology can be used to retrain muscles and reposition them providing a facial sculpting effect.  Radio frequency may be used to realign muscles, tone the skin and help muscles stay in place.  As muscles have a ‘memory’ the radio frequency literally gives them the stimuli to help them return to their natural place as well as providing total skin rejuvenation.  The unique part of the Indiba treatment is the final stage where the therapists may conduct the frequency through their own hand.  This allows the manipulation of the skin and muscle using their fingers, gently lifting the muscles to provide definition where it is most desired.

“In our clinic we have found that in appropriate patients with good quality skin, facial sculpting and definition can be improved.  Indiba has a proven place in non-surgical rejuvenation and skin tightening and it has now also been successfully used in the facial contouring arena.”

Information Evening at the McIndoe Surgical Centre, East Grinstead

Join Mr Paul Banwell for an informational event on May 25.  This is free to attend and we encourage you to come and meet Mr Banwell to ask a few questions.

Mr Banwell performs breast augmentation, labiaplasty, tummy tuck (abdominoplasty), face lift, liposuction, breast uplift, breast reduction, blepharoplasty and other surgical procedures.

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