Stradbrook Skin is an expansion of the long-established and highly regarded Stradbrook Dental Centre renowned for its dental implant expertise and voted best Dental Practice 2010 in the South East. The businesses are now collectively known as The Stradbrook Centre.
The clinic provides a range of proven solutions for skin problems both cosmetic and medical.These include well known cosmetic procedures such as Botox and Fillers to reduce lines and wrinkles associated with aging. Less widely available treatments include conditions such as acne, pigmentation (brown spots), rosacea, thread veins, scarring and sun damage. In addition to these treatments our Dermatologist is able to diagnose and treat medical skin conditions. We also provide a range of traditional Beauty Treatments and Sports therapy.
The team at Stradbrook Skin, headed by partner Amanda Joyner, includes both Consultant plastic surgeon and dermatologist, dentists with extensive training in facial aesthetics and laser treatments, as well as a highly trained team of skin therapsits.
The key differentiators between Stradbrook Skin, other skin clinics and the High Street beauty salons, where some (not all) of these treatments are being offered, are:
- the expertise of Stradbrook's staff
- the quality of its clinically proven technology which provides more effective and longer lasting results
- the range of treatments available, ensuring that our clients get the most appropriate treatment.
Based in Lyons Crescent in the heart of Tonbridge, Stradbrook Skin offers a range of the most advanced aesthetic facial and skincare treatments available in the UK. It is one of only two clinics in Kent to own the latest Palomar laser and IPL technology which is used to treat a wide range of conditions such as fine lines, sun damage, facial thread veins, stretch marks, scaring and hair removal. The Palomar 1540 handpiece recently received approval for the treatment of stretch marks by the Federal Drug Administration (FDA), the regulatory body in the States that is responsible for the regulation of pharmaceuticals and medical devices. The system was also featured in the Daily Mail online last May.