Dr Alastair Clark trains other doctors in this country in the art and science of
aesthetic injection techniques and designs and delivers courses in this
discipline. Dr Clark was installed in October 2007 as one of twenty
international Global Trainers to give instruction internationally. He is the
only South African to have achieved this. Dr Clark is also an instructor of
advaced injection techniques, giving official accredited courses throughout the
year in South Africa.
His interpretation of the aesthetic need and facial assessment, combined with advanced injection and moulding techniques yield previously unattained results for non-surgical techniques.
Dr Clark has developed an approach to static (hypertonic) and dynamic (hyperkinetic) wrinkles, which greatly simplifies the use of fillers to achieve the patient’s desired goal. He uses his technique to treat anything from inexpensive lines and wrinkles to Lip enhancement, Nasoplasty. Cheek bone augmentation, Eyebrow ridge augmentation, Ear lobe rejuvenation, or complete facial treatments.
Dr Clark has been practising as a general practitioner for 24 years and previously in surgery and surgical specialities for three years. He was Senior Consultant at Wedge Gardens Alcoholic Rehabilitation Centre for 15 years and a Consultant to the South African Brain Research Institute during this time. He appeared numerous times on television and on radio phone in programmes and has published a number of journal articles on alcoholism and detoxification. His particular interests are surgery, cardiology and sports injuries. He is an honorary lecturer at Wits Medical School’s Department of Family Practice. He is also the founding partner of Execucare, a company in association with Sandton Aesthetic Institute, that specialises in performing complete in depth medical assessments.
He has completed the Centre for Diabetes and Endocrinology’s Advanced Course in Diabetes Care, with distinction, and the Foundation for Professional Development’s course in Practice Management.
He has also completed the official accredited course, the course in advanced injection techniques, the Liquid Youth certificate course in filler injection and facial remodelling techniques, the Swedish Q-Med certificate course in advanced filler techniques, as well as an international course in the revolutionary new Vital and its mesotherapy applications. He is currently the only certificated user of Sub-Q for deep non-surgical treatment of nose, chin, cheekbone and jawline enhancements in South Africa.
Nicolette is a professional nurse with a diploma in nursing science and midwifery. She has worked in casualty, community home-based care, nursing administration and trauma and angiogram units.
She has also worked as a sales representative for surgical disposables and aesthetic equipment and products. She has also completed the Netcare 911 School of Emergency and Critical Care’s courses in basic life support and advanced cardiac life support.
Nicolette has received the following aesthetic training:
Zama is one of trained consultants. She has a National Diploma in Somatology from Technikon Pretoria. She has been in the industry for 5yrs, has advanced training in Neostrata, Firloga and Palomar IPL+ Laser.
Zama has recently returned from New Jersey with latest in combination treatments using Neostrata.
Kena has a national diploma in Somatology with the University of Johannesburg. She graduated in 2007 and worked for two years as a beauty therapist in a day spa within Sandton. She then continued to specialise in cosmeceuticals to treat acne, pigmentation and skin rejuvenation.
Her passion lies in body therapy – cellulite, body contouring and slimming.
Skincare Products Certificates includes: Neostrata, Restylane, Nimue, Lamelle, La Praire, Filorga, Verativa, Guinot
Kena is Certified to work with:
Tanya is our front desk client liaison lady. She will help you with all your
calls, your bookings and your queries. Tanya comes to us from a Yoga teaching
background. She ran her own studio for six years giving Hatha Yoga classes,
Pregnancy Yoga and offered a Self Practice environment.
She was secretary for the Young Yoga Institute running an annual fund raiser event, Jabula Day, proceeds of which where donated to different Charity groups each year. Her previous work includes Event Organising and a Market Related Assistant.