PLEASE NOTE WE DO NOT RECOGNISE SELF-CERTIFIED MASK EXEMPTIONS; ONLY THOSE ISSUES BY A REGISTERED MEDICAL PRACTITIONER – A MASK IS COMPULSORY AS ARE ALL COVID INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN BY OUR STAFF.
19 July 2021 – Public Health England (PHE) requires all staff and patients in healthcare facilities to continue wearing face masks and all other COVID guidance.
It is important that all patients respect appointment times and arrive as required.
Any delays attending your appointment can have an impact on all other patients being seen on the same day. We will endeavor to accommodate any patients who are late but this is not always possible. Patients who are late maybe reschedule for which a fee will be charged.
1. for initial appointments please arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment
2. for subsequent visits please arrive 10 minutes before your appointment
To protect everyone in our clinic we have put in place strict protocols for your visit to our clinic. Hospitality has been a fundamental part of the patient experience at Berkshire Aesthetics and our front-of-house team is an integral part of our service. In order to protect you and our staff, the reception services will be limited to screening patients and an adjusted sign-in process. We hope to be able to return to full hospitality services in the future.
Please note that you must attend alone. If you are traveling with other patients who also have appointments they should wait outside until their scheduled appointment time. This includes people in family bubbles as we must minimise the number of people inside the clinic and protect other visitors.
Other important changes include:
When attending your appointment you must:
The six-page paper, titled ‘The Impact of SARS-CoV-2 Vaccination and Infection on Soft Tissue Fillers’ was written by aesthetic practitioner Dr Martyn King.
There is currently no evidence that COVID-19 vaccination or infection has effects on other aesthetic procedures, including anti-wrinkle injections. However, the ACE Group recommends avoiding treatments for one week post-vaccine, due to some patients becoming unwell and experiencing flu-like symptoms following vaccination.