Why I Do Cosmetics
Patients often ask why I do cosmetic dermatology in addition to my general dermatology and surgical practice. My answer is simple: I enjoy helping people feel good about themselves. When used correctly, products such as fillers and Botox/Dysport can enhance intrinsic beauty and create a more youthful look. I continue to refine my use of these products through advanced training courses so that I can accentuate each person’s beauty while still looking natural. I want their friends and neighbors to think, “Wow, she looks great but I can’t tell what’s different. Why does she look so youthful?” These are the best compliments my patients can receive.
When you come for an appointment I will ask what is important to you. What would you like to enhance or diminish? I will give you a realistic opinion of what can be done and what to expect. Then we work together to form a treatment plan. Part of the initial plan is to review cost. With more products in the marketplace, the cost of many treatments is very affordable. The old belief that these treatments are for the rich and famous has never been so untrue. Most of my patients are people just like you who want to freshen their look. I am one of those people too. I use these products myself. I am confident about their safety and love the outcome. Once a treatment is performed, I ask you to return in two weeks for another evaluation. I offer this to every cosmetic patient. We review your results to ensure both you and I are satisfied.
Find out how we can help you enhance your appearance, call today for a cosmetic consultation appointment at 404 835-3052. You can also e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org to put your name on our mailing list for cosmetic specials and discounts.
What you need to know before a cosmetic treatment
The majority of the procedures listed above have little to no “downtime” or recovery time. The most common complication is bruising. This can be greatly diminished by stopping vitamins, medications and herbal remedies that increase bruising. The most common agents that lead to bruising are: Fish Oil, Echinacea, Vitamin E, aspirin (Bayer, Bufferin, Ecotrin, baby aspirin), NSAIDs such as ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin) and naproxen (Aleve). For best results these medications should be stopped two weeks prior to your treatment.
We are excited to offer various treatments to help your wellbeing and look of your skin. While we strive to provide the latest content on Babcocok Dermatology’s website, is not to be taken as medical advice. Babcock Dermatology is not responsible for any omissions of information or any damages arising from the content on our website. For any treatment it is important for you to understand that results and individual experience may vary. For many dermatologic treatments common side effects include numbness, discomfort, bruising, and swelling. Rare side effects can occur. Before your cosmetic treatment we provide an informed consent which is a document with the common side effects and cost of the procedure written out. We also encourage patients to ask any questions before a treatment.