Courthouse Clinics works with a select group of brand partners who we trust to reflect the gold star standard we work tirelessly and consistently to provide. We carefully choose the world’s leading product manufacturers to bring you the absolute certainty that only the best brands, and service, will do.


Allergan supply muscle-relaxing injectable products including branded Anti Wrinkle Injections. It’s one of Courthouse Clinics’ best-sellers, with its effectiveness in reducing certain types of facial wrinkles making it a popular anti-ageing treatment.

British College of Aesthetic Medicine

Courthouse Clinics’ own Dr Patrick Bowler founded the British College of Aesthetic Medicine in 2001 to encourage regulation within the cosmetic surgery industry, helping to make aesthetic medicine safer and more ethical.

Care Quality Commission

The Care Quality Commission are an independent body responsible for checking all hospitals in England, ensuring they meet and exceed national standards and sharing their findings with the public.

Independent Healthcare Advisory Service

Courthouse Clinics was one of the original members of the Treatments You Can Trust register.


Juvederm is a range of smooth, gentle fillers chosen by Courthouse Clinics for their volumising and skin hydrating qualities that combat anti-ageing with immediately visible results.


Soprano is the world’s first painless hair removal laser, unique in its ability to treat all skin types and colours. Courthouse Clinics choose Soprano because it offers patients permanent, pain-free hair removal. It is safer, more efficient, and more powerful than many other methods, presenting no risk of burning or scarring.


VASER Lipo is a minimally invasive body contouring procedure that uses ultrasonic energy to break down unwanted fat cells for easy removal. VASER Lipo is a fully FDA-approved body contouring system that liquefies unwanted fat deposits without damaging adjacent tissues, selected by Courthouse Clinics for its much shorter recovery time.

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