Dr David Eccleston
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I’m Dr. David Eccleston and I am the Clinical Director of MediZen. I founded MediZen in 1999 alongside my wife Annie. I was one of the first doctors in the country to offer injectables and my experience has led me to be recognised as 'Aesthetic Doctor of the Year' and ‘Tatler's 'Man in the Midlands' for aesthetic injectables.

Dr. Eccleston has over 20 years of experience using Anti-Wrinkle Injections and other injectables, including dermal fillers. He developed an interest in Cosmetic Dermatology during 1993 while working as an NHS GP and then founded MediZen in 1999 alongside his wife, Annie. Every aesthetic practitioner at MediZen has been personally trained and approved by Dr. Eccleston, so you can be sure whoever you see at MediZen, you will receive the highest quality treatment.

Dr. Eccleston is one of the few medical practitioners in the UK to be a lead investigator in clinical trials on the use of all 3 of the UK licensed brands of Anti-Wrinkle Injections. He works closely with leading companies including Allergan, Galderma and Merz Pharmaceuticals.

 

Who Should You Trust to Do Your Botox and Fillers?

06
Apr
2022

Who Should You Trust to Do Your Botox and Fillers?

Dr Eccleston is Tatlers "Man in the Midlands for Botox" and has fixed complications rising from badly done injectables. So, who should be injecting your Botox?

Resting Bitch Face - Can Botox Help?

22
Jun
2016

Resting Bitch Face - Can Botox Help?

Resting bitch face is the term given when a person, usually a girl, has a scowl or feels they look mean when their face is expressionless, without meaning to.

How Long Should I Have Botox to Treat My Wrinkles?

18
May
2016

How Long Should I Have Botox to Treat My Wrinkles?

My clients often ask the question: How long is it safe to have Botox for? So I'm here to answer that, and your Botox for wrinkles questions.

Can Vitamin b12 Injections Cause Nasty Rashes?

30
Oct
2012

Can Vitamin b12 Injections Cause Nasty Rashes?

This is a case report highlighting an unusual presentation of a woman suffering from acne-like symptoms potentially associated with high levels of Vitamin B12.