Board Certified Plastic Surgeons, Facial Plastic Surgeons, Dermatologists, Cosmetic Dermatologists, Family Practice, Internal Medicine, Emergency Room Physicians and Ob-Gyn physicians which seek to develop a Medical Aesthetics Program for their patients and to attract new clients that are willing to pay to out of pocket for their specific facial skin and body treatments can have a fully developed program by integrating a Comprehensive Clinical Skin Care Program. The nurse can become dual trained/ certified and licensed as well the aesthetician whom would be providing the clinical skin care support measures for the surgeons/physicians office/practice/spa/ skin care clinic.
A Clinical Skin Care Program can provide the doctors a much needed boost of new clients that are not needing "medication", surgery or another cosmetic product. These programs are extremely competive and the canidates seeking this kind of "clinical management" want the doctor, nurse, and aesthetician to give their facial aesthetic concerns personalized attention.
Medical Aesthetician was first coined by Anna D. Rinehart, CIDESCO Diplomat at the first Medical Aesthetics Clinical Skin Care Education program at Scott and White Hopsital in Temple, Texas. No plastic surgeon or dermatologist can take credit for pushing forward this word, definition or clinical skills outside of Anna D. Rinehart. She is truly the pioneer for this evolutionary skin care practice beyond facials and beyond nursing protocols.
Medical Aesthetician is is defined as a licensed aesthetician that has obtained medical understanding of dermatology, plastic surgery and oncology patient care procedures. A medical aesthetician is not a nurse or aesthetician through the primary education obtained for their license. Medical Aestheticians are also referred to as Clinical Aesthetician and Licensed Skin Care Specialist. Doctors seeking a licensed skin care specialist with advanced training in aestheticis and medcal procedures would primarily seek a medical aesthetician.
Plastic surgery departments at some of the major medical teaching hospitals have stated that the clinical contributions of the medical aesthetician goes beyond nursing and general aesthetics education. The medical aesthetician literaaly is the only other speciality and licensed health care provider that creates a revenue to facilitate the continuity of patient care and provides a more likliness of optimum outcomes for plastic surgery patients and dermatology pateints as well.
Rinehart is an international lecturer, author, product developer and business owner that can help physicians develop a highly effective, competive medical aesthetics department without the high costs of lasers and over priced skin care products.
32 years of clinical practice and massive facial aesthetic skills developed has made Anna D. Rinehart, the international skin care expert for Medical Aesthetics.
Typical questions asked in the Medical Aesthetics Hands-On Workshops are as follows;
How does a Clinical Skin Care Program differ than a beauty program?
The program provides enhanced personalized attention through a comprehensive analysis, assessment, and in-depth skin care planning.Services performed are performed by the physician, nurse and clinical aestheticians. This is an ongoing facial aesthetics program which addresses both the medical and non-medical concerns of various skin conditions. A beauty program is a in and out kind of program and does not provide the indepth consulting or clinical skills deemed necessary in Medical Aesthetics.
Who performs the procedures?
Dermatology/ Plastic Surgery Skin Care Specialist, Anna D. Rinehart, CIDESCO Diploamt, Medical Aesthetics FACE Skin Care Associates in Harker Heights, Texas performs skin care treatments for her clients without using lasers. There is simply nothing a highly professional skin care specialsit can not provide in regards to skin rejuvenation without high costs of lasers.
The physician will will perform many of the minimally invasive procedures such as Botox®, Restylane® and possible Ellipse® Laser Peels. The physician should always be available for bottom line " patients needs". The nurse ( LPN,RN, NP ), can many times step in and complete these procedures by addtional touchups or offering other other services within a specific time frame.
The clinical aesthetician ( licensed aestheticians with specialized training in Medical Aesthetics ) would be performing the facial aesthetics procedures designated by the physician. Many times the client will say she choose his/her doctors medical aesthetics program because of the execution of skills, personalization and positive outcomes.
How does a Clinical Skin Care Program compete with Beauty programs?
There is no competition. Hands down everyone is looking for more specialized treatments that do not necessitate downtime , cost-effective, addresses their facial qualm, delivers results, performed by licensed skin care professionals, provides an ongoing skin care planning program specific to their needs.A beauty program as delivered from general cosmetologists do not have the training, skills, technology and do not have specialized training in Medical Aesthetics.
What specific skills does an clinical aesthetician provide in a Clinical Skin Care Program?
The clinical aesthetician should provide assessments, analysis, consulting, followups, establish communication between the physician and patient as ongoing, deliver skin care treatments that include facials, extractions, SPFL treamtnets, AHA, SPFL peels, microdermabrasion, chemabrasion, stretch marks reduction, tatto reversl technques, electrolysis, and so much more.