Author: Dr Toro Ogundoyin

The medical technology of intravenous therapy – i.e. injecting fluids directly into the body via a needle – has been around for a long while, from the middle ages when the first rudimentary blood transfusions were developed. Several hundred years later and the IV drip is a quintessential part of every hospital scene, but more...

The world of aesthetics can get a little confusing when it comes to the names and types of all the different treatments on offer. Those new to an aesthetic clinic or still deciding what might work for them have likely heard of anti-wrinkle injections and Botox, but might be unsure of the difference or exactly...

At the core of a healthy lifestyle is a complex harmony of vitamins and minerals that work hard beneath the surface keeping the many functions and processes of your body running smoothly. But sometimes with a hectic lifestyle, intense training regime or restricted diet, they might need a little helping hand. ...

Patients of the clinic are often surprised to learn that as a cosmetic doctor, I commonly treat patients that suffer from bruxism, otherwise known as teeth grinding. A typically prescribed treatment for bruxism is wearing a mouth guard or splint at night. ...

As a cosmetic doctor, I am asked about all kinds of aesthetic treatments. Interestingly though, throughout the recent isolation periods, there has been a significant increase in the number of patients asking about their skin care because their skin wasn’t behaving as it usually did and also for some they saw this as a chance...

This latest development brings little in the way of good news for Melburnians but it's not all bad for our patients, with Lumea Aesthetics remaining open for treatments that address medical conditions. We think it's important to continue providing our personalised treatments that help maintain both your physical and mental wellbeing - while keeping in...

In our last post, which we highly recommend you read, we gave you our top practical tips on how to enhance your natural beauty for video conferences and meetings. It was all about choosing the right light, setting your laptop screen at the correct height and ensuring you show your best angle to the virtual...

Confession time! While sitting in a video conference this week, I kept on being distracted by my reflection in the top right-hand corner of the screen. Distracted by the voice in my head, “Is that what I actually look like to everyone else on video? Am I putting my best face forward?”...