Increased number of clients for botox at Dermaskin Manchester in 2014
With so many clinics offering Botox in Manchester we met up with Dr Gautam of Dermaskin Manchester to ascertain their reported growth of 20% from the preceding year “New clinic, free parking and being in the vibrant area of Manchester city centre, Spinningfields have all contributed to our growth year on year”.
Dermaskin Manchester has moved from their old clinic in King street to their 3 storey building next to Carluccios in Spinningfields, and this move took place at the end of 2012. With so many places offering botox treatments, the price of botox could be a contributory factor. “We have priced ourselves just right and our clients in Manchester and nationwide would reiterate that we try to excel on quality” explains Dr Vik. He continues “Personally I would not want to have botox treatments in a salon, but I would understand that for some people convenience is more important than sterility”.
Botox treatments are now offered at dentists, salons, and more recent reports show then in some supermarkets. With questions on standing out in a busy marketplace “We have one of the highest retention rates of clients when compared with similar clinics. We must be doing something right” he concludes without revealing too much.
Prices of botox starting at £89 at Dermaskin Manchester allows the financially stretched to have treatments too. But with their new 3500 sq foot premises in Spinningfields Manchester city centre they offer all cosmetic treatments and consultations. Whether it’s a consult for breast implants, or a simple botox procedure in Manchester, all consultations are free. And the free customer parking is the most convenient thing ever.
Botox For Tension Headaches at Dermaskin Clinic
DermaSkin Clinic’s Dr. Sid Gautam feels that the results achieved by Botox for headaches (tension headaches) are exceeding patients’ expectations.
Cardiff, September 2009 – “Botox is well known to treat facial wrinkles, mild and moderate lines and to rejuvenate tired faces. However, its lesser known application include treating people who suffer with tension headaches that aren’t responding to painkillers. Botox for headaches uses slightly higher doses of the toxin and is injected directly into the affected areas” says Dr Sid Gautam of DermaSkin.co.uk.
He added that, “Every patient who suffers with tension headaches often do not even know that there is the possibility of using botox to help alleviate their problem. Botox for tension headaches works well and all our patients are very pleased with their results. Botox for headaches is a definite hit with our patients, especially when they have tried all the usual painkillers.”
Speaking on the findings, Dr. Sid Gautam said, “Botox can be safely used in the hands of an experienced practitioner and we have been providing botox to treat headaches successfully for a while now.”” ”>