One of the things I’m most proud of in my practice is the wide range of options we offer our patients. I, myself, specialise in surgical breast and body enhancement, but I work with a wonderful team that helps me provide a full menu of services.
But when it comes to faces, many people either aren’t ready or don’t want surgery. Dermal fillers and anti-wrinkle injections are amazing products that when skilfully injected can achieve amazing results.
I’m very excited to introduce Sue Burke. She’ll be in our offices several days a week, and we’re delighted to have her with us. She is a seasoned and well-respected specialist in a field that is filled with less-than-competent practitioners.
Things You May Not Know About “Liquid Facelifts”
Many patients I talk to like the idea of cosmetic injectables to help their faces look fuller and more youthful, but they’re terrified of looking plastic or artificial. There’s no need to worry with Sue. Her experience at top cosmetic surgery practices helps ensure a smooth and successful treatment.
In Sue’s expert hands and a new generation of cosmetic injectables and dermal fillers, you can minimise or erase:
- Crow’s Feet
- Marionette Lines
- Thinning Lips
- Furrowed Brows
These treatments can take years off the face, but just hours out of your schedule. Typical dermal filler and cosmetic injectable treatments can be done during your lunch hour, with no invasive surgery or recovery time.
If you have any questions about dermal filler treatments and cosmetic injectables, please contact our office. Sue is waiting to hear from you.
What Are You Paying For?
In talking about dermal fillers and cosmetic injectables, I wanted to bring up a somewhat thorny issue. It’s seldom that I take issue with the practices of my colleagues in cosmetic surgery. However, with so many doctors artificially inflating their prices to line their pockets, I do suggest that anyone who is interested in injectables and fillers do a little homework on costs.
Don’t get me wrong. A practitioner’s training, experience and reputation are the most important factors you should consider when choosing someone to perform any treatment. You should never have a “bargain basement” mentality when you are considering health care choices.
That being said, it’s a good idea to inquire about the per-unit price a practice charges for the injectable to be used. The price difference may seem modest – $5 more per unit, for example – but the financial impact on the overall cost of your treatment can be quite significant.