The Medical Skin Clinic CB8 8LB

Name: The Medical Skin Clinic
Display name: The Medical Skin Clinic
Medical director: Christina Newson, NP


Office hours: Mon: 9:00am – 9:00pm
Tue: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Wed: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Thu: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Fri: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Sat: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Phone: +44 1638 476423
Address: 30 High Street, Newmarket, Suffolk, United Kingdom, CB8 8LB
City: Newmarket
State: Suffolk
Country code: GB
Postal code: CB8 8LB
Phone: +441638476423
Country: United Kingdom
GPS coordinates on map: 52.2448538,0.4075446

The Medical Skin Clinic

  • Dysport
  • Xeomin
  • Teosyal
  • Salicylic Peel
  • Nonsurgical Nose Job
  • Nonsurgical Facelift
  • Liquid Facelift
  • Lip Fillers
  • Juvederm
  • Dermal Fillers
  • Chemical Peel
  • Nonsurgical Neck Lift
  • Mesotherapy
  • Botox

RealSelf Info

Profile created: Mar 16, 2018
Profile modified: Jul 21, 2023
Business type: Practice
Review count: 1
Rating: 5.0
Rating time spent: 5
Rating answered questions: 5
Rating bedside manner: 5
Rating after care: 5
Rating payment process: 5
Rating wait times: 5
Rating courtesy: 5
Rating responsiveness: 5
RealSelf’s PRO: No
Medical director: Christina Newson, NP


Christina Param-Phillips

Name: Christina Param-Phillips
Position: Registered Nurse
Can answer: 1
Years experience: 6
Biography: After qualifying as a Registered Adult Nurse in 2009, Chrissie worked on the surgical wards and emergency department for several years; developing an interest in skin and wound care. She worked as a Specialist Nurse for a private wound care company and within a Harley Street based aesthetics clinic before launching The Medical Skin Clinic Brentwood in 2016. In 2018 the Newmarket branch was launched. Chrissie specialises in non-surgical face lifts and is passionate about delivering natural looking results that make you feel great.

Practice’s answers

Answer Header & Date
Answer Snippet
Can Juvederm be dissolved in a few areas of the lip without loosing it all?
Possible but not easy
Sep 2, 2018
Hi there
Sorry to hear of your concern. It is certainly possible to remove small amounts of filler, but it is not easy to predict how much will left after and cannot guarantee that you would keep the shape that you desire. If you were going elsewhere to rectify the problem you may find that many practitioners would prefer to completely dissolve the fillers before starting again.
Unfortunately it is likely you would need to repeat the procedure to achieve…
Is it okay to have mesotherapy when on azathioprine for Crohn’s disease
It would be contraindicated
Sep 2, 2018
Sorry to say but any chronic inflammatory disease would contraindicate injectable aesthetic procedures.
If it is still something you would like to explore, then I would recommend you enquire as to which mesotherapy product would be used and ask for the opinion of your gastro consultant.
Best of luck
One of the hard lumps I’ve had for a while is swelling up and extremely painful 1 year after filler, w
Possible delayed onset nodule
Sep 2, 2018
Hi there,
Sorry to hear of your concerns. Firstly to give accurate advice, I’d need to know which product was used and if you have any other symptoms such as heat, redness, oozing.
The inclusion of these symptoms would indicate an infection but this does seem an unlikely scenario. Excluding this, it is likely to be a delayed inflammatory response to the filler or a delayed onset nodule (aka DON). This occurs when a pocket of filler becomes encapsulated in tissue. It will often feel h…
Jowls after jawline filler. A month ago I had filler in my cheeks and chin.
Difficult to say without examining you
Aug 5, 2018
Hi there,
Very difficult to say without a physical examination, however from what you describe it sounds as though the filler has not been placed deep enough to sit on the bone. If this is the case, you can either leave it to settle with time or have it dissolved. I would recommend returning to the original injector.
Hope you find a solution
Issues with jowls and marionette lines. I really hate my marionette lines. Options?
Mid-face volumisation
Aug 5, 2018
Hi there,
From your photo it looks as though you have significant loss of volume in the cheeks which is contributing to this issue. I note you say you have had 2ml dermal Fillers in the cheeks but I suspect you would need another 4ml to achieve your desired effect, distributed according through the mid face and around the mouth. You may also find a treatment called Profhilo effective but as an addition to the Dermal Fillers not an alternative. Surgery is certainly an option but…

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