Dr Mervyn Patterson

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Dr Mervyn Patterson

Dr Mervyn Patterson, medical director of Woodford Medical, has been working in the field of aesthetic medicine for over twenty years and is one of the foremost, pioneering aesthetic medical practitioners in Europe. Dr Mervyn Patterson has been named in the top ten medical aesthetic doctors in the UK by the Evening Standard and The Daily Telegraph. More recently he was listed in Hello Magazine as “Best in the Business” for Botox. He is in regular demand as an expert speaker regarding aesthetic procedures at conferences across the UK.

Held in high esteem by his colleagues and clients for his less is more approach to aesthetics, Dr Patterson specialises in the latest injectable anti-ageing treatments including initiating the "Nefertiti Neck Lift" and cheek volumisation. He has taken the “Eight Point Face-Lift”, now so popular in the aesthetic industry for face remodelling, to another level using a cannula for gentle and natural looking volumisation.

He was instrumental in developing applications for the use of Intense Pulsed Light in the UK for the treatment of facial rejuvenation and rosacea. He continues to make great strides in the improvement of these conditions.

Dr Patterson has been a trainer for Allergan the leading market provider for Botox and Juvéderm for 12 years and is keen to tutor other doctors and nurses in the skills expected by their prospective client in the aesthetic industry today.

In conjunction with running a successful business, Dr Patterson with his wealth of industry knowledge, is constantly in demand by celebrities and journalists for his expert skills and opinions on the latest treatments and skincare trends within the media.

Dr Patterson holds regular clinics in Essex, Belfast, London and Leamington Spa.

Web Address: https://www.woodfordmedical.com/ Email Address: info@woodfordmedical.com

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