Acaraya Skin Care : Dermatology Skin Care Associates of Central Texas Medical Aesthetics FACE® Harker Heights, Texas
Anna D. Rinehart, CIDESCO Diplomat, Harker Heights, Skin Care Specialist at Medical Pavilion Suite 200, Skin Care Specialist
Doctors of every medical speciality background have the ability to diversify their present medical practice to implement a Medical Aesthetics Program. Since the inception of its term, definition and conceptual infancy; doctors have began to accept the realization that Medical Aesthetics can facilitate the positive outcomes of their patients.
A family practice, internal medicine, emergency room physician, anesthesiology, general practice, facial plastic surgeons and psychiatric physician could develop a fully developed Medical Aesthetics Program . What is the common denominator of every medical doctor that supports their ability to implement a program that utilizes their medical background and supports their patients? Bottom line it is the nurse-aesthetician. If, physicians would evaluate their present practice they would find that a Medical Aesthetics FACE® Program benefits their present patient care base through delivering a clinical skin care treatments that goes beyond equipment, products, surgery and standardized dermatology medical care.
A doctor can help promote the Medical Aesthetics FACE® Program through its basic 5 principles.
The 5 Principles of Medical Aesthetics Practice : Harker Heights, Texas Prevention, Beauty, Health, Medicine, Maintenance
Presently, the general public has two options as it relates to their Facial Aesthetics concerns.One, they can go to a dermatologist. If, they have a skin disease then they are in the right office. If, they enter the office of a Dermatologist, in most cases, they will have approximately 7 minutes to have their concerns expressed, assessed and provided a medication . You have to be referred (takes time), pay a fee for the first doctor to just have a referral and waiting for an appointment can be weeks to months. It is a fact that women would be more likely see a physicians Medical Aesthetics Center staffed with a nurse-aesthetician for their Facial Aesthetic concerns than waiting for a referral and be seen by a dermatologist. Why? Because a physician can often evaluate the skin care needs of a patient through a Medical Aesthetics Health and Wellness Center so much easier than seeing a dermatologist. The services that this kind of doctor would be offering would not compete with the present care offered by the dermatologist.
Doctors within a Medical Aesthetics Center can refer a patient/client if a dermatologist is needed.
It is a fact that the general public would like to have a comprehensive clinical skin care management program offered through their " Family Practice" doctor based on preventing a" worsening aesthetic condition. While most doctors are used to dealing with death and dying, triage, surgery, medications and possible litagations; within this concept of Medical Aesthetics Centers the doctor or nurse-aesthetician are less likely to have to deal with " sickness" and lawsuits.
Women want their daughters to learn how to care for their skin at an early age. Where do they go? Malls and " oversell programs" is their only existing option.