Dr. Alison Duncan qualified at the University of Liverpool Medical School in 1983. She has worked as an NHS consultant specialising in pain and symptom control.
Initial training in cosmetic medicine was undertaken with Dr. David Dean and Dr. John Evans at The Ascot Cosmetic Skin Clinic. She has had the opportunity to train in advanced cosmetic medicine under Dr. Elisabeth Dancy, Dr. Lucy Glancey and Dr. Cecilia Tregear, internationally renowned practitioners and trainers, based in London.
She has also trained in Toronto on the Aptos Threadlift technique under Dr. Gustavo Leibaschoff. She has attended a further two courses on the threadlift technique in the U.K.
Debra Robson-Lawrence, Harley Street, innovator of the FAME® technique in semi-permanent make-up, has also trained Dr. Duncan in this field of cosmetic medicine.
Dr. Duncans philosophy of cosmetic medicine is that all treatments should be:
As short/long lasting as desired
Dr. Duncan believes that a patient should have the opportunity to discuss any queries and expectations in a relaxed and unhurried manner. The wide variety of treatments available can be explained in relation to the individuals requirements and tailored accordingly. Pain relief will always be offered for any potentially uncomfortable procedure; patients should not expect to endure painful procedures in order to enhance their looks.