Month: September 2018

Expand Your Business by Adding Medical Aesthetics

Looking to take your business to the next level? If you are looking for more revenue in your business, consider adding medical aesthetics procedures. With a large aging population, more disposable income and an increase in our importance on appearance, adding medical aesthetics procedures makes sense. The key to any business success, including expanding your practice, is having …

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What to Think About When Adding Medical Aesthetics to Your Practice

Adding medical aesthetic procedures to your business or medical practice is going to add another dimension to your practice. Adding non-reimbursable medical aesthetics services means that you are adding a cash-based revenue center to your practice. This should yield great returns, increasing your businesses bottom line. It is possible you already have nurses, PA’s or employees who …

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Thinking About Adding Medical Aesthetics to Your Practice?

“As a nation, we have never embraced aging,” -Denise Lewis, a gerontologist at the University of Georgia. Adding medical aesthetic procedures to a practice can be beneficial for both you and your and your patients. In our society we have a growing population of retirees which has in-part, fueled the statistics and facts below. As a …

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Incorporating Medical Aesthetics Expands Your OB/GYN Practice

No longer do women want to call the changes to their body that remain after pregnancy the ‘badges of motherhood.’ However, tummy-tucks or other cosmetic surgery are not possible for most. As a doctor and consultant on medical issues you are in a position to provide the care and advice for “mommy makeover” treatments. The Obstetrics and …

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Medical Aesthetics Courses Designed by Physicians

There is a huge demand for medical aesthetic treatment and cosmetic procedures despite the struggling economy. Primary care physicians, health clubs, salons and alternative medicine clinics are meeting demand by adding medical aesthetic procedures to their practices. Medical aesthetic training courses teach the art and skill of non-surgical injectables, basic and advanced procedures in Dermal Fillers, lips, neurotoxins, and skin rejuvenation. …

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Medical Esthetic Services is Growing Field

The field of medical esthetic services is an ever-expanding field; and in the last several years licensed estheticians have come a long way. Traditionally employed by day spas offering facials or makeup artistry services, estheticians are finding more and more career opportunities with the growth of medical spas and other health care offices. Because only about …

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An Increased Demand For Medical Aesthetics Procedures

The popularity of medical esthetic procedures continues to grow because of more affordable prices and dramatic results. Through the use of cosmetic lasers, microdermabrasion techniques and chemical peels, women and men notice visible results in a short period of time. These range from anti-aging wrinkle and age-spot reduction, to skin-tightening, stretch-mark reduction and hair removal. …

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Selfies Are Increasing the Demand for Medical Aesthetics

The rise of selfies is having a huge impact on the medical injectables and facial plastic surgery industry. The annual poll studies a select group of the organization’s 2,700 members to uncover the latest trends in facial plastic surgery. The study saw an increase in requests for procedures due to clients being more self-aware of looks …

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Non-Surgical Cosmetic Procedures: Social Media is Increasing the Demand

As many as one in three people seek some type of facial cosmetic procedure according to a 2013 report from the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. The report highlights the increase in demand particularly for collagen and Botox injections among younger adults under the age of 30. This increase in demand for procedures is driven by …

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