Our Registered Nurse injector Laura, and prescribing practitioner Dr Spall, have both been trained in advanced cosmetic injectable procedures. Dr Spall’s experience combined with Laura’s keen eye for aesthetics is guaranteed to make you feel confident about your treatment.

Laura’s aesthetic career started in cosmetic tattoo, she then completed her Bachelor of Nursing and branched out into cosmetic medicine. She’s a born Noosa girl and has found her niche here in Tewantin with all things cosmetics and skin. Laura also holds a certificate of dermoscopy to assist Dr Spall with skin cancer checks and surgeries.

You can see some of Laura’s results below and book in for an obligation free consult to discuss a treatment plan that’s right for you.

Before & After Cosmetic Injectables





What’s the difference between anti-wrinkle and filler?

Antiwrinkle is a muscle relaxant, we use it to reduce muscle movement in strategic locations to relax existing wrinkle and prevent new ones from forming. 

Filler is exactly that, it fills to change the appearance of facial structures and reduce fine lines, wrinkles and even scars. Filler may be used to replace volume that has been lost as a result of ageing or weight loss, or to add fullness and definition as desired. 

All injectable treatments are customised using a thorough consultation and a keen aesthetic eye in order to maintain genuine expression while achieving your individual goals.

Who is a suitable candidate for treatment?

Cosmetic injectables are not suitable for pregnant woman or breastfeed mothers. Also, some health conditions may not be compatible with cosmetic injectables. A consultation is always required to determine if a treatment is right for you.

How much does it cost?

A thorough consultation is always required to obtain an accurate quote. The figures below may be used as a guide.

How long long will my treatment last?

Anti-wrinkle treatments last up to 5 months. Some people get a little longer and others a little less, it depends on factors like metabolism and anatomy. Muscles are conditioned with consistent treatment and some clients find that they get longer out of a single treatment as time goes on.

Dermal filler generally lasts between 1 and 2 years, again depending on the individual. Firmer products used in cheeks for example, may last much longer again and some people find that smaller quantities are required to maintain their results over time.

Are there any risks? 

No medicine comes without risk, even if the risks are minor or rare. A formal consultation with your practitioner prior to any procedure will clearly outline risks that you should consider and you will absolutely be given an opportunity to ask as many questions as you need to feel comfortable with your procedure.