About Dr John Buckmaster
Aesthetic medicine techniques have always interested Dr. John Buckmaster and he has undergone full training in a number of procedures. Training is, of course, ongoing and he attends refresher and update courses regularly, enabling him to keep up with the latest changes in aesthetic treatments.
Dr. Buckmaster is an experienced General Practitioner with a full GMC licence and many years’ experience in Family Medicine, dealing with many different skin conditions and carrying out a lot of minor surgery. He was a GP in Poole for more than 20 years and then went to the Western Isles of Scotland where he gained valuable experience as a single handed GP. He continues to work as a GP in the Somerset and Dorset areas alongside practising aesthetic medicine.
10% off ALL FIRST TREATMENTS
FREE INITIAL AESTHETIC CONSULTATION
Minor Surgery Initial Consultation - £50
Ultra V Mini Thread Non Surgical Facelift
3 areas - £950.00
SPECIAL Introductory offer - £850
Other areas - e.g. chin, brow, hands, arms and buttocks - £500
Azzalure (Botulinum Toxin) (Anti-Wrinkle Injections)
Areas Treated: Frown Lines, Brow Lift, Bunny Lines and Crow's Feet.
Free review and top-up if necessary after two weeks.
1 Area - £165
2 Areas - £240
3 Areas - £265
4th Area - £50
Supplementary charge for men - £25
For Nasolabial Lines, Mid - Face Enhancement Cheek Plumping, Volumisation, Lip Redefinition, Lip Plumping, Marionette
Restylane Dermal Fillers
0.5ml - £225
1.0ml - £325
2.0ml - £550
Face, Neck, Décolletage, Hands and Upper Arms
Restylane Vital & Vital Light
Course of 3 treatments each a month apart - each treatment - £265
Total for 3 treatments (recommended) - £650
For excessive underarm and scalp sweating - £450
Sclerotherapy (Treatment of Thread Veins in the Legs)
Second treatment after 6 weeks if needed
Each area approximately the size of the palm of your hand - £350
Minor Surgery- Such as moles, warts, skin tags ect
New patients are usually asked to provide a deposit of £50 to secure an appointment which is refundable if treatment cannot be carried out for medical reasons.