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Frequently Asked Questions

Renovatio Seperator

We know that undergoing any treatment can be daunting. That’s why we have gathered the most commonly asked questions from our patients to put your mind at ease. However, if you can’t find the answer you’re looking for, please don’t hesitate to contact us and we’ll aim to satisfy any queries you may have.

Who are Renovatio Treatments For?

Renovatio offers a wide range of non-invasive and minimally-invasive procedures, as well as surgical procedures, which are performed under local anaesthetic in the clinic, or general anaesthetic, if required, in one of the local hospitals.

Are Treatments for Both Men and Women?

Treatments can be beneficial to both men and women. During your initial consultation, we can discuss exactly which treatments are right for your journey, based on where you’re seeking improvements.

What Does Non-Surgical or Non-Invasive Mean?

Non-invasive procedures are any that don’t require incisions, such as injections, dermal fillers and laser-based procedures, all of which can be carried out in an office setting rather than an operating theatre, to make you feel much more comfortable.

What are the Benefits of Non-Invasive Methods Compared to Surgery?

Non-invasive procedures tend to have a quicker recovery time and a more natural outcome, but we can go through the specific benefits of your particular procedure during your consultation.

How do Non-Invasive Regeneration Procedures Fit in With Health and Wellness?

The main aim of Renovatio is to restore and enhance your natural beauty. Non-invasive procedures typically cause less stress and initial damage to the body, so recovery time is often significantly reduced.

Will I Have any Bruising After my Treatments?

Bruising is a possible side effect after injections, but is more common in patients who take blood thinners.

How Often can I Repeat a Non-Invasive Treatment?

Many treatments can be repeated as often as required, but our cosmetic experts will advise you on the best course of action, based on your individual treatment.

What are the Risks?

Specific risks and benefits will be discussed at length with you during your consultation.