Good Riddance to Bad Wrinkles in Bondi Junction
As the founder of About Face in Bondi Junction, one of my great challenges (and also my greatest pleasures) is bringing new, enthusiastic professionals to my practice. That’s why I’m so pleased to announce the addition of a dedicated nurse injector to the team. Her name is Stephanie Davis, and it’s my pleasure to introduce her to you in this post.
Using the latest in injection techniques and medically approved products, Stephanie works with patients who may not be quite ready for a facelift or who want to take preventive measures against visible signs of ageing. She helps them
- Achieve fast, long-lasting facial rejuvenation
- Boost collagen production
- Get ready for weddings, anniversaries, reunions, and parties
- Firm and tone skin
- Plump eye and cheek hollows
- Erase nasolabial folds and “marionette lines”
- Smooth wrinkled brows
- Volumise lips
- Feel more confident in the age of selfies and online photo sharing
Before I tell you more about Stephanie, herself, let me tell you a little of what it means to be a nurse injector.
What It Means to Be a Nurse Injector
Registered nurses who are interested in becoming nurse injectors go through rigorous training to become certified as cosmetic nurses. Specialty programs are offered by respected institutions such as the Australian Academy of Cosmetic Dermal Science (AACDS).
”The aim of this course is to develop and refine awareness of the particular requirements of cosmetic surgery and medicine as it relates to nursing. The course should enable a nurse to practice in the area of cosmetic nursing with more understanding and appreciation of the requirements. It should also give nurses the requisite knowledge and understanding to counsel potential patients and impart a proper understanding of procedures and realistic expectations of outcomes.”
A course of study can last up to four months and typically includes both practical and theoretical components. Participants attend seminars and training workshops, and must present an original research paper to earn their diploma. In the end, they are knowledgeable professionals with the skills and tools they need to help people realise their dreams of cosmetic enhancement.
Visit Stephanie Davis at About Face for Facial Rejuvenation in Bondi Junction
Stephanie is a dedicated professional with a natural aptitude for her work. This is as rare as it is welcome. In an interview with the Sydney Morning Herald, a member of the Cosmetic Physicians Society of Australasia said,
“Cosmetic injecting skills are also not easily gained by all nurses (or doctors). Some will have an aptitude for it and others will never reach an appropriate standard.” – Dr Mary Dingley
Thanks to her experience working in ENT (ear, nose, and throat) and plastic and reconstructive surgery, she is knowledgeable about many aspects of cosmetic enhancement.
Patient Warning from a Concerned Nurse Injector in Bondi Junction
Unfortunately, not everyone who offers cosmetic medicine injections in Bondi Junction is as gifted and well-trained as Stephanie. This puts patients who visit “black market” injection parties at risk.
Stephanie reminds anyone reading this article that Australian law insists that nurse injectors must work with a medical doctor who is authorised to prescribe
- Dermal fillers
- Muscle relaxants
Stephanie Is Waiting to Meet You at About Face in Bondi Junction
Stephanie is originally from Queensland and is eager to get to know her neighbours here in Bondi Junction. If you’d like to know more about how cosmetic injectables at About Face can rejuvenate your appearance and reinvigorate your attitude, please contact us today.
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Meet Dr Marcells
MBBS (Syd), FRACS (ORL-HNS)
President – Australasian Academy of Facial Plastic Surgeons
Dr George Marcells is known for excellence in facial plastic surgery and is considered a true master of rhinoplasty. He performs advanced surgical techniques to restore balance and harmony to the face and can also resolve functional issues such as breathing difficulties.