Dr sophie Shotter
Dr. Shotter discovered her passion for cosmetic aesthetics in 2013 and has since undertaken numerous courses perfecting her technique. She is now a trainer for botox, fillers and Platelet Rich Plasma at an advanced level. Sophie also has a highly regarded understanding of the skin and cosmetic dermatology. In addition to her aesthetic work Sophie is also undertaking a Masters in Aesthetic Medicine through Queen Mary University London.
I am passionate about the patient journey and get consistently excellent feedback about my consultation skills from patients. They feel listened to, understood and feel comfortable about discussions around pricing that we may have. I pride myself on these relationships.
- BSc (Hons)
Recent Professional Experience
- ST3 in Anaesthetics at QEQM Hospital, Margate - 2014
- ST3 in Anaesthetics at Kent & Canterbury Hospital - 2013-14
- ST3 LAT in Anaesthetics at William Harvey Hospital, Ashford - 2013
- CT2+ in Anaesthetics & Intensive Care at Tunbridge Wells Hospital (working on the registrar rota) - 2012
- CT2 in Anaesthetics & Intensive Care at QEQM Hospital, Margate - 2011-12
- CT1 in Anaesthetics at Maidstone Hospital, Kent - 2010-11
- Basic and advanced non-surgical wrinkle reduction,
- Tightening and lifting treatments to the upper and lower face.
- Excessive Sweating treatments to hands, feet and axilla
- Basic and advanced dermal fillers treatments which include lip enhancement, nose reshaping, deep nose-to-mouth lines and corners of the mouth.
- Obagi presecription-strength skin-care programmes for acne, scarring and pigmentation,
- 8-point lift & liquid face lift
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY...
Catherine - Harley Street
I highly rate Sophie, thank you
Jessica - Harley Street
Beyond the clinic
I am an avid gym-goer, going to the gym 6 times a week. I am an accomplished linguist, speaking fluent German, conversational French and Spanish. I achieved an A-level in German at the age of 13 and in French at the age of 17, and whilst at school I won an award for my achievement in languages. I find my languages extremely useful in my career, and have used them frequently to communicate with patients. I have been called on to translate clinical information into both French and German. I also enjoy playing piano when I have the opportunity.