Chemical Peel

A chemical peel helps improve the skin on your face, hands, and neck by removing the top layer with a chemical solution.

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How our Chemical Peel registration works

Register for Chemical Peel Treatment in 4 easy steps:

Complete the Online Consent Form

Complete the form on this page and submit it to us to get the registration process started.

Free Consultation Phone Call

One of our friendly team will call you back asap to progress your registration further and answer any questions you have.

Book Your Initial Appointment

If approved, we’ll then confirm your registration and take a deposit from you to get your initial appointment booked.

Look & Feel Better Than You Ever Have

Once you start your treatment with us, you’ll be well on your way to your best smile ever! 

What our patients say about us

Hear what some of our patients who have registered with us have to say about their experience at our practice.

“I’ve been three times and explained up front I have a huge phobia of dentists. I’ve had some big jobs done at Simply Teeth and, as a really nervous patient, the care has been excellent and mindful throughout about my nerves.”

Jo Wilkinson, Google review

“Highly recommended. From the first visit till time, excellent service from every staff, so professional, helpful and kind.”

Diya Lakshmi, Google review

“My experience at simplyteeth has been amazing, the receptionists are lovely, and are quick to pick up the phone and respond to any emails. My dentist made me feel very comfortable and at ease. Would definitely recommend!”

Nazifa Anjum, Google review

Why choose us as your dentist?

  • RSpeedy, efficient service
  • RLatest state-of-the art equipment
  • RFlexible Payment Plans
  • RPersonal touch focused on service
  • RFamily practice that you can trust

Chemical Peel FAQ’s

Have a question about Chemical Peel Treatments?

Chances are you’ll find the answer in our FAQ below, but if you can’t then simply request a callback and we can answer your question for you in person.

What is a chemical peel, and how does it work?

A chemical peel is a cosmetic procedure that involves the application of a chemical solution to the skin, causing it to exfoliate and eventually peel off. This process helps to remove dead skin cells, stimulate collagen production, and reveal smoother, rejuvenated skin.

What skin concerns can be addressed with a chemical peel?

Chemical peels are versatile and can address various skin concerns, including acne scars, fine lines and wrinkles, uneven skin tone, sun damage, and hyperpigmentation. The intensity and type of peel can be adjusted based on the specific concerns and skin type.

Is a chemical peel painful, and what is the downtime?

The level of discomfort during a chemical peel can vary depending on the type and strength of the peel. Some people may experience a tingling or burning sensation, which is generally temporary. Downtime also varies; lighter peels may have minimal downtime, while deeper peels may result in several days of peeling and redness.

How many sessions are needed to see results, and how often can I get a chemical peel?

The number of sessions needed and the frequency of chemical peels depend on the specific skin concerns and the type of peel used. Some individuals may see noticeable results after one session, while others may require a series of treatments. The recommended interval between sessions is typically a few weeks to allow the skin to recover.

Are chemical peels suitable for all skin types?

Chemical peels can be customized for different skin types and concerns. However, individuals with certain skin conditions, such as active infections, open wounds, or a history of keloid scarring, may not be ideal candidates. It’s essential to consult with a skincare professional to determine the suitability of a chemical peel based on individual skin characteristics.

Office Information

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  • 020 8590 0575

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