Cosmetic Injectables


Dr Paul A. Robinson studied medicine at Melbourne University, graduating in 2007 with honours. Prior to his medical degree, Paul won a scholarship to undertake a PhD in the Department of Biochemistry at Monash University under the tutelage of Professor Christina Mitchell, a renowned researcher and consultant haematologist. He also has an honours degree in the Bachelor of Science.

Paul has acquired a breadth of experience in various fields of medicine, including general medicine, neurology, oncology/haematology and more recently cosmetic medicine. He also works in Melton at a general medicine clinic, in addition to his cosmetic practice at various sites in Melbourne.

Paul has undertaken extensive training in injectable products, using both Allergan and Galderma products. His treatment goals aim to give clients a fresher look. Ultimately, Paul wants people to look at his clients post-treatment and remark on how good they look, but not quite be able to put their finger on exactly why. Subtlety is paramount. Paul’s relaxed style full-face assessment canvasses the various signs of ageing particular to each client, and the treatment options available.

On a more personal note, Paul enjoys playing the piano, and achieved AMEB grade 8 level.

Anti-Wrinkle Injections


Anti-Wrinkle Injections are a non-surgical facial rejuvenation method. They are made from a form of natural, purified protein. It works by injecting a muscle relaxant to block the receptors in the muscle, causing the muscle to become more relaxed whilst loosing contraction ability, which then provides your skin with a smoother surface, preventing and reducing the formation of wrinkles, achieving a natural looking result.


Dermal Fillers

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Dermal fillers instantly increase the volume of the lips, smooth wrinkles and plump up folds in the skin. As we age our skin loses its plumpness, hydration and elasticity. Dermal fillers help to replace lost volume that occurs with the ageing process. There are a number of processes that contribute to changes in the face, dermal fillers help to replace lost volume, thereby giving the face a more youthful appearance. A clear gel of stabilised hyaluronic acid is injected into the skin, giving fullness and hydration to the skin, smoothing and plumping up deep facial wrinkles.


Will I get Bruising?

Whenever anyone receives a needle of any kind bruising is possible that may last 7-14 days

How much will it cost?

Depends on the amount used to give you the desired look, a consultation will give you an idea of the cost for you.

How long will it last?

Although an experienced practitioner is treating you, we have little control on how the product will last in you. As a guideline, wrinkle injections usually last 3-4 months and fillers depending on the type generally 4-12 months

When is Dr Paul in next?

From 5pm on: the 5th of September, the 19th of September, the 3rd of October, the 24th of October, the 14th of November, the 28th of November, and the 12th of December.