Skin Care Treatments – Wrinkle Treatments

At Bathurst Cosmedical & Skin Care Clinic we offer skin care treatments including wrinkle treatments for dynamic wrinkles such as frown lines and crows feet and also wrinkles which are present at rest.

Dynamic wrinkles are best treated with muscle relaxants, for example Botox.

A very fine solution of the muscle relaxant is injected into the wrinkle causing muscle, temporarily making it inactive. Following the treatment, lines no longer appear  in the treated muscle when you frown or smile. Results last as long as six months in some patients.

We also offer treatments with Dermal fillers such as Juv’ederm to enhance facial features and replace volume loss.  Dermal fillers can also be used for wrinkles which are present at rest.

Dermal fillers are injected, under local anaesthetic, using a very fine needle.  The effects of temporary fillers, such as Juv’ederm (used for lip enhancement volume replacement in nasolabial  folds, cheeks, chin, tear troughs and other sites on the face with volume loss) can last, on average for twelve months or more depending on the site and the product.

Miscellaneous treatments

Alopecia Areata
We treat patchy hair loss (Alopecia Areata) on the beard area, scalp and other parts of the body.

Painful Joints
We treat painful joints by injection of anti-inflammatory medicine for long term relief.

Cysts, Lumps & Bumps
We offer surgical removal of lumps [such as lipomas (fat tumours)] cysts of different  types (including sebaceous), abscesses and draining of painful haematomas, also unsightly lumps and bumps (including those on the face).

We offer treatment for Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) with Botulinum Toxin, e.g., Botox.

Ingrown Toenails
Removal of part of  a diseased nail by surgical methods (under local anaesthetic) for permanent treatment of recurrent nail infection.

An Implanon rod is inserted into the upper arm for long term contraceptive purposes. Removal of Implanon rods are also carried out.

Bathurst Varicose Veins

Now is a favourable time for vein treatment

Many Australians, particularly women, will develop varicose veins which occur most commonly on the legs and thighs.

These visible and bulging veins, which range in size from large veins to small spider veins, are often associated with symptoms such as tired, heavy and aching legs and in severe cases, varicose veins can rupture and open sores (called ulcers) can form on the skin.


Spider vein are most common on the thighs, behind the knees, an on the ankles and feet, but they also appear on the face. These thin, red or purplish networks of very fine veins take their name from the pattern they form, which often resembles a tangle of webs.

The cause of varicose veins and spider veins is not entirely understood, but family history and ageing increase the chances of developing varicose veins. In addition, smoking, obesity, pregnancy and jobs requiring you to stand for long periods of time are precipitating factors.

Regular exercise to promote good circulation, especially walking, swimming or cycling can help prevent varicose veins.

Although a very common and usually benign condition, once you have varicose veins they are not likely to disappear on their own and many women seek out removal techniques for cosmetic reasons.

Whilst laser therapy is used to treat some varicose veins, the majority of small and medium varicose veins and spider veins are treated by a completely painless method known as sclerotherapy followed by compression. Patients who have had their legs treated by this method are also put on a walking program which helps to force the blood from the bulging veins to the healthy ones.

Our principal doctor, Dr. Akber Alaymar is an experienced sclerotherapist. He specialises in treating different types of vein problems through sclerotherapy. Dr Alaymer is located locally in Bathurst.