What to Expect from Your Filler and Botox Consultation

Injectables Washington DC Before we perform any injectables on our patients, we ask that you come into our office for a brief consultation. You consultation will give us the opportunity to help you determine which injectables will give you the results that you want. But, what exactly can you expect from your consultation?

Voice Your Concerns

Typically, during the first part of your consultation, we will have you express your concerns with us. For instance, is your concern more with your fine lines and wrinkles or is it more with volume loss? Once you have established your concerns, then we will move onto the next step of the consultation: the analysis.

An analysis

One of the biggest reasons why we have our patients come into our office is so that we can perform a full facial analysis both statically and dynamically. But how? We will actually have you make certain facial expressions and we will watch you talk; both of these things will allow us to see where you may benefit from things like Botox and fillers. Additionally, we will take a look at where you may have volume deficiencies or volume excess in your skin.

Create a Plan

The final step of your consultation is to create a plan of where we think you would most benefit from Botox and fillers. During this time, we also encourage our patients to ask any questions for voice any concerns— our goal is to make sure that you leave our office feeling excited and confident.

Your injectable consultation is designed to help you feel comfortable in your decisions and to ensure that you get the results that you’re hoping for. If you want to schedule your consultation, contact our Washington D.C. office today and call us at 202-785-4187.

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