Erase Treatments and Services
Erase is a pioneer in aesthetic medicine in Australia. Established in Glenferrie Road, Malvern in 1997, it has since grown into one of Melbourne’s most respected providers of aesthetic and preventative medical services.
Our team of medical specialists, nurses, dermal clinicians, skin therapists and consultants combine to offer advice on managing skin conditions such as acne and rosacea, facial vessels, solar damage, pigmentation and birth marks. We also offer treatment and management of leg veins, hyperhydrosis, unwanted hair, tattoo removal and scar minimisation.
We can also advise on non-surgical management of age-related concerns regarding the face, neck, decolletage and hands.
Our dedication to service and positive outcomes means you can be assured you’ll receive realistic advice and treatments, using the most effective products, equipment and techniques available. We understand that sometimes the simplest approach will give the best results and the best value.
Our governance includes ensuring all products, treatments and management plans used are scientifically proven. We also ensure our staff regularly review their professional development obligations by attending educational courses and accredited medical conferences.
HOW TO GET HERE:
Our Clinic is conveniently located in the South eastern suburb of Malvern. Our clinic is located at 188 Glenferrie Road which is next to KXPilates and Organically Grown. There is plenty of off street parking and a Coles supermarket nearby, where parking is available for the public.
When you are taking public transport, your best option is to get off at Malvern station, which is a 5 minute train ride from South Yarra. Alternatively you can take the tram no.6 (Glen Iris – Melbourne University) or tram no.5 (East Malvern – Melbourne University) and get off at Glenferrie road.
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Anti-Ageing Discovery -Erase appears on Today Tonight Channel 7
A groundbreaking research has found a way to not only slow the ageing process, but reverse it.
The research reveals how ageing is related to the shortening of telomeres, which are genetic DNA structures that protect our genetic data.
According to the research the shorter the telomeres are the more susceptible you are to disease.