Dr Holly Cole-Hawkins
Dr Holly Cole-Hawkins BDS (Hons) MJDF RCS (Eng) PhD provides clients of the prestigious Waterhouse Young Clinic with a specialist approach to cutting-edge, safe injectable treatments and overall skin health. Known for her calm, friendly and reassuring bedside manner, Dr Holly ensures clients fully understand how aesthetic enhancements can deliver beautifully natural results, to help them look and feel their best. Her evidence-based outlook to aesthetics, research and training enable her to deliver best-in-class results, in this rapidly evolving sector.
Dr Holly Cole-Hawkins graduated from the University of Bristol in 2008 with a Bachelor of Dental Surgery (Hons). She is a member of the Royal College of Surgeons and GDC registered. Having worked extensively in oral and maxillofacial surgery, Dr Holly has also completed a PhD investigating experiences of people with head and neck cancer.
Her career in aesthetics began in 2013 and she has since become hugely experienced and skilled within this field. Dr Holly is also an advanced trainer for leading aesthetic training company Avanti Aesthetics Academy.
Dr Holly is a key member of Waterhouse Young, a clinic founded in 2013 by consultant plastic and reconstructive surgeon, Mr Norman Waterhouse. As a small team of highly skilled experts they enjoy an unrivalled reputation for patient care, built around a personal and considerate approach. Patient well-being is the main priority at Waterhouse Young, meaning that the team always remain mindful of their patients’ best interests and will only carry out treatments that will be the most effective for an individual. The clinic has an extensive treatment portfolio to cover all of your aesthetic needs from medical rejuvenating facials to injectables.
Dr Holly believes that it is never too early to start looking after our skin, it is after all the largest organ in the body and is vital to the way we look and feel about ourselves. Skin health is affected by things we can’t change (our genes) and things we can influence (e.g. environmental factors such as sun exposure). Taking time to reflect on the things we can change to improve our skin health, whether that be through lifestyle adjustments or the use of active products, is so important, and the sooner we start the better.