About Dr Simon Connolly - Aesthetics Glasgow
Helping You Achieve the Look You've Always Wanted
Dr Simon Connolly is the longest established cosmetic doctor in Scotland, known by many as ‘Scotland’s Lip King’. He was one of the pioneers of Botox treatments in Scotland and is now recognised as one of the most experienced cosmetic physicians in the country. He started his career in aesthetics in 1997 introducing many of the new treatments that are now household names like Botox and Voluma.
His approach to treatments is natural beauty and rejuvenation, and works unhurriedly and without pressure. Often, patients will be advised to wait and return later rather than have treatments that are unnecessary or not yet needed. Patients who have been treated by Dr Connolly will always look naturally fresher and more youthful and never look 'worked on'.
Dr Connolly and his clinic is a family run business that focuses very much on the individual. Unlike some clinics which emphasise up-selling, consultations and treatment are focused on the client and what is best for them.
Dr Connolly loves interacting with customers and helping them make their dreams a reality. For most people, their appearance is very important to them and any improvements can have an enormous impact on their mental health. Using the tools of modern medicine to help clients restore their self confidence and improve the way they feel about themselves is something that Dr Connolly is very passionate about.
As part of Dr Connolly’s commitment to the industry, he is heavily involved in research, training and clinical trials as well as helping to train doctors. He is regularly involved in research and clinical studies for both Allergan and Merz since 2008 and is currently involved with Allergan’s latest clinical trial. You can read some of his published research here: Onabotulinumtoxin A as a treatment for crow’s feet lines. (https://journals.lww.com/dermatologicsurgery/Abstract/2014/11000/Efficacy_and_Safety_of_OnabotulinumtoxinA_for_the.5.aspx)
He is a founding member of the British College of Aesthetic Medicine (BCAM) – formerly known as British Association of Cosmetic Doctors (BACD) – responsible for developing audits and appraisals and was the Scottish spokesman for the BCAM.