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If you wish to attend our clinic, we ask that you kindly help us maintain a safe environment for you, our other patients and employees.

Even if mild or your illness is ‘barely there’, please understand that you may be placing others at risk. If you attend and are evidently unwell, we have the right to refuse to see or treat you. To reschedule, call us on (03)95447429 or (03)95442852.

When attending an appointment in our clinic:

  • You are recommended to wear a face covering/mask while attending the clinic as we are not able to keep 1.5m apart at all times, unless you have a lawful exemption. If you do not have one and would like a mask, we can provide you with one.
  • We recommend all patients to avoid bringing additional people who do not have any appointments with us to minimize the number of people in our clinic (unless they are dependents).

Note: we will not be serving food or beverages in the clinic. Magazines will be removed from the waiting room areas to minimize risks of COVID exposure.

While Bioscor continues to adhere to strict hygiene and disinfecting measures, we ask for your patience, understanding, and most of all your cooperation. Thank you for helping us keep our environment safe for yourself, other patients as well as our staff members.

COVID Vaccination & Cosmetic Injecting – What is safe?  [29th March 2021]

In February 2021, Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ASAPS) advised it members about elective surgery and COVID vaccination. ASAPS’ advice was based on recommendations of best practice guidelines from the UK Royal Colleges of Surgeons and the Mayo Clinic, USA and recommended that:

  • An elective Cosmetic Surgery procedure is not a contraindication to routine COVID vaccination.
  • It is recommended that the date of surgery is separated from the date of vaccination by at least 1 week to avoid clinical confusion.

The ASCD Advice

  1. The risk profile with respect to timing procedures in patients undergoing Covid-19 vaccinations may vary between BTX (anti-wrinkle injections using Botulinum Toxin), Dermal Fillers, and Laser and Energy-Based Devices.
  2. The risk for BTX and Laser and Energy-Based Devices is low and there is not enough evidence to support a recommendation to change practice.
  3. We recommend that you exercise caution and defer treatment if symptoms develop after vaccination.
  4. Tissue Fillers, on the other hand, appear to have a small risk profile.
  5. For tissue filler injections, we would recommend an interval of at least 2 weeks before and 2 weeks after COVID vaccination.
  6. Previous treatment with fillers is not a contraindication to being vaccinated.

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We are committed to support you during this challenging times that we are all facing and we thank you in turn for your support as we work together to ensure our staff and clients continue to stay safe and healthy.

Kind regards,

The Bioscor team