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Experience a new look for a new you at the Royal Aesthetic Clinic in Albir

By Friday, 19 September 2014 10:55 0
ROYAL AESTHETIC: The Clinic in Albir is one of the most modern in Alicante province. ROYAL AESTHETIC: The Clinic in Albir is one of the most modern in Alicante province.

THE Royal Aesthetic Clinic in Albir is one of the most modern and comprehensive cosmetic surgical clinics in Alicante Province, run by Dr Martín Espinosa.

With over 20 years of surgical experience, he is a leader in his field. A specialist in obese surgery. After seeing the results of the initial surgery, including loose, saggy skin, he soon found himself working in the aesthetic side and trained in cosmetic surgery. Since then he has transformed the look and lives of thousands of patients offering everything from breast augmentation to tummy tucks, performing over 2,000 surgeries. Dr Espinosa is described by his colleagues very much as an incredible artist. He is very realistic with what patients can expect and the results they can achieve and he works closely with them in explaining the outcomes and the procedures.

Cosmetic surgery procedures are carried out at Valencia’s Hospital Quiron but all consultations are carried out at the clinic in Albir. However, a registered nurse accompanies patients throughout their hospital stay, acting as translator if needed and offering comfort, advice and peace of mind to patients. The care continues after procedures and recognising many patients use the Royal Aesthetic Clinic during their holiday stay, they regularly make conference calls with patients once they return to their home country to check their progress and recovery.

The team are happy to offer free first and even second consultations, realising any form of surgery or treatment can be a major step in someone’s life. Counselling is also provided.

Many procedures are carried out in the fully equipped clinic, such as cosmetology and anti-aging treatments, dermatology and aesthetic medicine including botox, dermal fillers, mesotherapy, varicose veins treatment, medical peeling and PRP (platelet rich plasma) also known as ‘Dracula’ treatment. The latest celebrity endorsed anti-aging treatment, it involves re-injecting the patient’s own platelets which encourage the growth of new cells, reducing the appearance of wrinkles and giving skin a more youthful glow.

September discount

In Spain, only medical professionals, with additional training in the field are able to administer botox and filler injections and Dr Espinosa is one such professional and currently has special offers available. Botox is now €115 per area and fillers are reduced from €450 to €250 per ml used. Mesotherapy is €250 per 10 sessions for the face or €300 for the body.

For more information on any of the treatments or procedures available, call 966 864 934 / www.royalaesthetic.com.

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