Phoenix Medical Cosmetics is run by Dr James Stevenson. James trained as a doctor from 2000 at University College London, graduating in 2006 with his medical degree as well as a BSc Hons in Medical Anthropology. He has worked in both the community and hospital setting as a doctor since 2006. After completing his masters at Imperial College London with a merit in 2009 he followed on to complete his certificate (both basic and advanced) in dermal fillers and botulinum toxin and has been working in this area of medicine ever since.
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The clinic is located at 10 Harley Street, London W1G 9PF.
Harley street is located just behind Cavendish Square and close to Oxford Street and Regent Street.
There is on street metered parking on Harley Street and an underground carpark under Cavendish Square (about 2mins walk away). Please note this is within the Central London Congestion Zone.
However, you can park north of Euston/Marylebone Road (which is outside the zone) and walk the 5-10 minutes down Harley Street.
Between Oxford Street, Marylebone Road and Euston Road, Regent's Street and Portland Place and Baker Street there are many buses.
The closest ones going via Oxford Street are: 3, 6, 7, 8, 10, 12, 13, 23, 25 55, 73, 88, 94, 98, 139, 159, 390, 453 and C2.
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The closest underground stations are Oxford Circus (bakerloo, central, victoria), Bond Street (central, jubilee), Regent's Park (bakerloo), Baker Street (bakerloo, circle, hammersmith & city, jubilee, metropolitan) and Great Portland Street (circle, hammersmith & city, metropolitan).
The closest rail stations are Paddington (bakerloo, circle, district, hammersmith & city, metropolitan), Marylebone (bakerloo), Euston (northern, overground, victoria), King's Cross/St Pancras (circle, hammersmith & city, metropolitan, northern, piccadilly, victoria), Charing Cross (bakerloo, northern). Most other London terminii are only a short tube/bus/taxi ride away.
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frequently asked questions
Phoenix Medical Cosmetics is a company set up to treat people who are wanting to delay or reverse the ageing of their skin. The company prides itself on putting patient's needs first so please do not hesitate to ask a question in one of the many forums we have (phone, email, facebook, twitter, google+). If you are looking for information then please have a look at our treatments section or have a look through the directory.
The skin starts to age from age 18. By the age of 25 you can start to see wrinkles appearing. This is generally worse in the urban lifestyles we lead as well as the yearning for sun exposure. People often notice the wrinkles they do have are worse on one side of the face than the other - this can often be due to driving (if it is on the right) or sleeping on your side.
Botox® can be used from age 25 to prevent wrinkles and fillers are normally used later, along with Botox®, in your 30s or 40s to reverse the effects of wrinkles already present.
Your doctor should be able to decide whether you are suitable but for Botox® as long as you do not have an infection where botox will be injected, have a known allergy to any of the ingredients (rare), are pregnant or think you might be pregnant, if you are breastfeeding or have a neurological (nerve) disorder (eg. Myasthenia Gravis) then you should be suitable for treatment. For fillers you will be suitable if you do not have an infection where the filler will be injected, are allergic to any of the ingredients (rare), are pregnant or think you might be pregnant, if you are breastfeeding or have a strong tendency to discolour when scarring or to form keloid.
Here at Phoenix Medical Cosmetics we will perform treatments on any eligible patient between the ages of 25-70 subject to consultation.
The needles used are extremely small. Local anaesthetic cream is used for treatments that may cause discomfort. Botox® treatments are generally painless and anaesthesia is not used. Fillers can sometimes have some discomfort but anaesthesia is used to combat this.
This depends on the individual and the treatment. Botox® used for wrinkles can last from 2-6 months. If you are quite an active person then the longevity of treatment will be reduced. Botox® used for excess sweating (hyperhydrosis) lasts from 6-9 months (and sometimes longer in exceptional cases). Fillers last from 6-9 months, and again the longevity of treatment depends on patient lifestyle. For more information please see the treatments page.
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The clinic is based at 10 Harley Street, London W1G 9PF. This is where treatments will be carried out. The company is based in West Hampstead, London NW6.