We have recently been awarded Save Face accreditation!
Save Face is a UK-based organisation that provides a range of benefits to patients who are considering non-surgical cosmetic treatments. In this article, we’ll explore the key advantages of choosing a practitioner who is accredited by Save Face, and explain the rigorous standards that these practitioners must meet.
Safe and Effective Treatments:
By choosing a practitioner who is accredited by Save Face, patients can be assured that they are receiving safe and effective treatments from a qualified professional. All practitioners who are registered with Save Face have undergone a thorough assessment process and adhere to strict standards of practice, so patients can trust that they are in safe hands.
Save Face-accredited practitioners are committed to providing a high-quality service to their patients. They are trained to listen to their patients’ needs and concerns, and to provide tailored treatment plans that are designed to achieve the best possible outcomes.
Transparency and Informed Consent:
Save Face-accredited practitioners are committed to providing patients with transparent information about the treatments they offer, including the risks and benefits associated with each procedure. They will also ensure that patients provide informed consent before any treatment is undertaken.
Continuous Professional Development:
To maintain their accreditation with Save Face, practitioners are required to engage in continuous professional development (CPD) activities. This means that they are always up-to-date with the latest advances in non-surgical cosmetic treatments and techniques, and are able to offer the most effective and safe treatments to their patients.
In the unlikely event that a patient has a complaint about a practitioner who is accredited by Save Face, the organisation provides a complaints handling service. This means that patients can make a complaint in confidence, and Save Face will investigate the matter and take appropriate action to ensure that the issue is resolved.
To achieve and maintain accreditation with Save Face, practitioners must meet rigorous standards of practice. These include:
- Qualifications: All practitioners must hold relevant qualifications in the treatments they offer, and must be registered with a relevant professional body.
- Insurance: Practitioners must have appropriate insurance to cover the treatments they offer.
- Premises and Equipment: Practitioners must operate from premises that are safe and suitable for the treatments they offer, and must use equipment that is properly maintained and in good working order.
- Training and CPD: Practitioners must engage in ongoing training and CPD activities to ensure that they are up-to-date with the latest techniques and best practice in their field.
In summary, Save Face-accredited practitioners offer a range of benefits to patients, including safe and effective treatments, high-quality service, transparency and informed consent, ongoing professional development, and a complaints handling service. By choosing a practitioner who is accredited by Save Face, patients can be confident that they are receiving the best possible care from a qualified and trustworthy professional.