Medical aesthetics treatments make people feel good. Every professional practitioner can tell you that. But can Botox actually work as an antidepressant? Evidence-based science has taken a big and exciting step forward in answering that question.
Jacklyn Sudetic, an expert trainer at THMA Consulting with 10 years experience as a nurse injector, is joining the team at my TH Medical Aesthetics clinic. Jacklyn’s addition puts patients in the care of a skilled and compassionate professional.
The popular neurotoxin used to smooth out facial wrinkles is now increasingly in demand for treatment of certain medical conditions. According to sufferers of severe migraines or excessive sweating, a Botox® Therapeutic treatment can be ‘a life saver.’
The question comes up from time to time: Are the people who come to us for cosmetic procedures referred to as patients or clients? As far as I’m concerned there is no debate.