About Cellite Clinic
With more than 17 years and 30,000 medical cosmetic procedures behind us, Cellite Clinic in Cardiff is the most experienced medical aesthetic clinic in Wales. We provide a discreet, honest and professional service.
Meet The Team
We are committed to making you feel at home when you visit. There’s no hard sell and our medically-trained staff work under the direction of Dr Harryono Judodihardjo, Cellite’s medical director and one of Britain’s foremost medical aesthetic specialists. Contact us for a consultation.
Latest news from Cellite Clinic, Cardiff
- 10 Facts About Botox - Botox treatments in Cardiff3rd August 2016
Thinking about having Botox for the first time? Dr Harryono Judodihardjo, one of the first doctors to offer Botox treatments in Cardiff (over 18 years ago!) answers your top questions - 10 Facts About Botox 1. Botox or dermal fillers? Lots of people are confused about neurotoxins and dermal fillers, so let me clear this up first. Neurotoxins (like Botox) work by temporarily stopping muscle movements. Some people are more expressive than others and these expressions can initially create temporary facial lines that only appears during the facial expressions but in time these lines became permanent lines. Neurotoxin injections can temporarily reduce the ...
- Hair Transplant and Hair Loss Cardiff5th July 2016
Hair loss can be an embarrassing problem for both men and women. In men, the most common cause of hair loss is Androgenic Alopecia, a disease that is most probably due to the hormone DHT. In the early stages of the hair loss due to this disease treatment can be with topical or oral medications. However in later stages hair transplant could be the only option. There are currently two different methods of hair transplant: FUT and FUE. FUT involves taking a strip of skin bearing hairs from the donor area of the scalp and then cutting the hair grafts into individual ...
- Stress incontinence – no need to suffer in silence10th April 2016
Stress incontinence – Cellite offers new viable alternative to surgery As many as one in three women will suffer from urinary incontinence during their lifetime. Stress incontinence is the most common type of urinary incontinence, and it is usually associated with the strain of pregnancy and birth, and the effects of ageing. The severity of urinary incontinence varies hugely between women, however, common symptoms are losing urine when coughing, laughing, sneezing or when taking exercise. For many women, their condition restricts their lifestyle, for example, nearly a quarter of women take time off work because of it. In some cases, stress incontinence can be relieved ...