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Scar Team

Scar Team

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3 Clifton Hill, Bristol, BS8 1BNUK

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Monday09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday09:00 - 17:00
Thursday09:00 - 17:00
Friday09:00 - 17:00
Saturday09:00 - 17:00
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Enquire for a fast quote ★ Visit our Medical Aesthetics Clinic - 3 Clifton Hill, Bristol, BS8 1BN, UK. We offer help to anyone afflicted by scarring of the skin. W...

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About Scar Team

We offer help to anyone afflicted by scarring of the skin. We believe in an honest approach. We believe in an approach that is based upon evidence. Contrary to popular belief, not all scars are the same. Whatever you may read elsewhere, scars never disappear completely. The perceived wisdom is that a team approach best addresses the many problems that a scar can produce, from itch and pain to visible disfigurement and low moods. The Scar Team has over 100 years of experience in the field of scarring. We use a range of conventional and cutting-edge approaches to improve the appearance of your scar and your adaptation to it.

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Medical Aesthetics

 

Platelet Rich Plasma Filler

 

Medical Aesthetics Specialist Consultation

 

Microneedling

 

Scar Removal

 

Tattoo Removal

Plastic Surgery

 

Liposuction

Scar Team - 3 Clifton Hill, Bristol, BS8 1BN,

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Mr Jon Pleat

Job Title:
  Aesthetic Medicine Physician
Biography:
on is a Consultant Plastic Surgeon at North Bristol NHS Trust and University Hospitals Bristol NHS Trust. His interest in scarring arose from his own burn injury as a child. After medical school in Oxford, his burns and plastic surgery training took him around the world where he observed a diverse range of treatments for scarring. His research degree in Oxford looked at the chemical response to human scar formation. As Director of Research for the wound and burns charity Restore, Jon now helps to guide a number of research projects which investigate how a scar develops and the treatments for a mature scar. Jon sits on a number of national research committees. He collaborates with research and support groups around the world. He lectures nationally and internationally on the subject of scarring. For more information about his practice, please visit his BUPA details.

Mrs Allison Guy

Job Title:
  Practice Therapist
Biography:
Alison is as an Occupational Therapist who qualified in 1992, starting her career as a junior in general medicine. She then progressed through the surgery and vascular specialities providing support to new amputees. In 1994 she started working for the burns and plastics service at Frenchay Hospital which at the time also covered complex hand injuries. It was here that her interest in the treatment of scars began to develop. In 1999 she moved on from hand therapy but continued with burns and plastics. In 2000 she took on running the now well established scar management service that cares for patients who have suffered scarring following a burn injury or trauma across the Southwest. She continues to work full time as the lead Occupational Therapist for burns and plastics, now at the new Brunel Building at Southmead. Her experience in the treatment of scars has been through the use of non-surgical techniques, these include advice on massage, silicone therapy and pressure therapy. She has used these techniques on all ages and treats several hundred patients a year with variable degrees of complexity. Alison remains at the cutting edge of treatments through the annual national BBA conference, scarring workshops and an extensive network of scar practitioners. Alison is registered with the HCPC.

Mrs Amy Davey

Job Title:
  Consultant
Biography:
Amy Davey is the Senior Reconstructive Scientist (in the profession formally recognised as Maxillofacial Prosthetics) from North Bristol NHS Trust. Amy manages the Reconstructive Prosthetics team at Southmead Hospital providing all aspects of facial and body prosthetics, custom medical devices to patients and digital 3D modelling for surgical aid and planning. As a big advocate for innovation with science and technology, she works closely with global engineering company Renishaw with the design and manufacture of patient specific 3D additive manufactured implants and surgical guides, for a variety of uses. Having been in the profession for nearly 10 years, Amy has published research on quality and manufacturing techniques of titanium cranial plates, having studied in Cardiff, Manchester and King’s College London whilst working in a variety laboratory teams. Amy was among the first registered Clinical Scientists in Reconstructive Science and continues to train Reconstructive Science students, through the Scientific Training Programme with the South West Consortium.

Mrs Becky Watkins

Job Title:
  Practice Therapist
Biography:
Becky is an HCPC registered Clinical Psychologist, who qualified in 2006 with the Bristol Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. This followed several years of working with people in a variety of settings, experiencing a range of difficulties and studying a Masters in Health Psychology. She has since worked with people who have chronic pain, illness and skin conditions in an NHS role. In 2011 she set up a private practice and has worked with people who have a variety of needs, including those with depression, anxiety and psychological trauma. She has worked with children, adolescents, families and adults.
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