Oct 21, 2013
Sometimes, we say no.
Most people can name at least one celebrity they believe has had too much “work done.”
Our goal is always to have people tell our patients they look “wonderful … rested … thinner” without every suspecting they’ve had “work done.” And yes, every once in a while if we feel someone is asking for too much, we’ll say no. But usually the reason we say no is that a patient has asked for the wrong thing.
Here’s what happens. You see a procedure advertised or featured on television, and assume that’s the right one for you. Facelifts
are a great example. There’s a lot of advertising for a procedure we refer to as a mini facelift. Women look in the mirror and see something going on with their chin, neck, jowl … that didn’t used to be there. Come talk to us. Your solution may be Botox
. It may be lipo
. It may be a mini. Or maybe you need a traditional facelift to get the results you want. Contact us
, we’re be happy to talk about all your options … and make sure what we decide is the right decision for you.