Medical-spas Vs. Plastic And Cosmetic Surgery Physicians
Every day morning radio commute advertisements include “great deals” for cosmetic services like Botox, Dysport, Restylane, and many other products. However, the term “med-spa” or “medical-spa” can be somewhat misleading to the public. Many (but not all) of these spas permit aestheticians or other spa personnel to inject patients with Botox and other cosmetic fillers under the supervision of a medical doctor. Though not illegal, what most spas fail to share with clients is that the doctor may be a chiropractor, dentist, or another sub-specialty that does not traditionally deal with facial skin or facial structure. It’s also unlikely that the staff physician is standing over the person giving the treatment. Physicians who specialize in plastic and cosmetic surgery have been specially trained to treat patients seeking wrinkle reduction, wrinkle fillers, and other treatments. Additionally, the nursing staff at a plastic surgeon’s office has likely been well trained and is well supervised by the doctor. The Eisemann Plastic Surgery Center offers a wide array of non-surgical treatments to keep yourself looking younger such as Botox, Juvederm, and Restylane. Getting sub-standard results is not worth it. Contact Dr. Eisemann’s office today to learn about our services.