Mine involved training a group of 16 delegates on the top 18 cosmetic procedures such as lip, cheek and hand fillers and anti wrinkle treatments including excessive underarm sweating at Derma Medical’s brilliant 2 day intensive cosmetic course.
I really love giving back as a cosmetic trainer and working with the fantastic team in Brisbane @southsideskin_brisbane @kmfacialaesthetics @laurencosmeticnurse
I wish the delegates the very best of luck as they start their cosmetic careers and I really appreciate the compliments you gave me.
If you are interested in learning the procedures or want to know more, please do get in touch.
Photo and Video Shoots for GPs | Behind the Scenes
I wanted to share with you one of the biggest differences I’ve found working here in Australia vs the UK, and that is how many photo shoots and media days we do. It almost feels as if every other month we’re doing some sort of promotional activity.
In this video I am joined by the talented @jake_bass to help shoot a short commercial in under an hour.
So for all your aspiring doctors out there or patients who might be intrigued as to what goes on sometimes during lunch break.
Stay tuned for the final edit coming soon.
ABOUT DR NORA
Dr Nora is a GP from London, England. She graduated from St. George’s University of London in 2011. She carried out her postgraduate speciality studies in London and is a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners and The Faculty of Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare. Dr Nora has a Diploma in Women’s Health & Family Planning.
Her specialties include
Facial cosmetics including dermal fillers and anti-wrinkle therapy.
Medical treatment of bruxism and hyperhidrosis using anti-wrinkle injections.
Minor Surgery & Skin Checks
Family planning, including the insertion and removal of intrauterine devices and sub-dermal implants & sexual health screens.
Chronic disease management such as Diabetes and Respiratory Health.
Dr Nora takes a proactive approach to health promotion.
It’s the latest craze that has all the celebs signing up, from Kim Kardashian to Kylie Minogue. But what is it and how does it work?
The ‘Vampire facial’ uses Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), which has been around for almost 20 years. PRP is used in a number of medical conditions such as hair thinning, muscle and tendon injuries, knee pain from osteoarthritis and of course for cosmetic purposes including the vampire facial.
In our blood we have a number of different cells including red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets. Platelets contain clotting and growth factors which once activated, stimulate the inflammatory cascade and healing process.
Stay tuned for more treatment photos and videos.
Book in to see me for a full assessment and consultation at drnora.com
Take care and stay healthy 😊
Dr Nora x
Warning: Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should always seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.