In this video, Dr Goyal, a specialist in Cosmetic Dermatology at the botonics Plastic Surgery Group, discusses Roaccutane (aka Accutane and Isotretinoin) via private prescription.
Many acne sufferers who could benefit from a course of Roaccutane are frustrated by the long waiting times for treatment on the NHS. GPs have a set protocol of topical and oral antibiotics which they are required to prescribe to patients, but are not allowed to directly issue Roaccutane prescriptions. If, after trying all the standard antibiotics protocols, the acne sufferer still has inadequate relief, only then can they be referred to a specialist. Waiting times of 6 months and more are not uncommon.
You can skip the queue and go private with botonics. In this video, Dr Goyal explains:
- why Roaccutane is NOT for everyone
- precautions that must be taken while on the medication
- the importance of not becoming pregnant
- how long treatment takes
- lab tests that must be taken to monitor your health and maintain medical safety
- side effects and their management
- frequency of check ups
- the dangers of buying the product online without a prescription and medical supervision
- how long the benefits of Roaccutane last
- the quick and simple process for getting assessed at botonics for private prescription of Roaccutane (subject to your medical suitability)
For more information on our Roaccutane via private prescription service see our website at: http://www.botonics.co.uk/treatments/roaccutane-for-acne/
For more information about Dr Goyal, see our website at: http://www.botonics.co.uk/specialists/dr-goyal/
For a free Roaccutane consultation, please ring, email or submit an inquiry from our website: http://www.botonics.co.uk/contact-us/
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