What is a Certified Nurse Injector?
If you have been wanting to come to Columbus Aesthetic & Plastic Surgery (CAPS) for your Botox and facial fillers, our Certified Nurse Injectors will make it easier than ever! To address the increase in demand for injectables, CAPS has added Michelle Bloom, MSN APRN, NP-C, and Erin Marger, RN, to both the Easton and Upper Arlington locations. You can trust that Michelle and Erin have the skill and knowledge for your injectables not only because they are overseen by our award-winning plastic surgeons, but their experience is above and beyond many options in the area.
What is the difference between a Certified Nurse Injector and other injectors? Our Certified Nurse Injectors have the education and experience to understand the muscles and nerves of the face to get you the best result and have the safest experience. The Certified Nurse Injectors are required to practice under the supervision of a physician, and in this case, CAPS plastic surgeons are some of the best in the region. You can trust that your safety is top of mind in regards to any service provided at CAPS.
What are the benefits of choosing a Certified Nurse Injector for Botox and Facial Fillers?
Our Certified Nurse Injectors are true specialists in Botox and facial fillers. They work closely under our surgeons and know precisely where and how much Botox to inject based on your face and goals. They spend time getting to know each patient’s needs and consider your features, muscle patterns, and facial movements. Whether you want a natural look that softens aging or are interested in Botox for prevention or another aesthetic goal, CAPS Certified Nurse Injectors will get the results you want and an appearance you’ll love.
What’s the difference between Botox and other injectables?
CAPS is renowned for injectables, including Botox and facial fillers, because of our plastic surgeons’ aesthetic standards, high-quality products, and the talent of our Certified Nurse Injectors.
A Botox Cosmetic procedure is one of the most effective, non-invasive ways to decrease visible signs of aging, including forehead wrinkles, frown lines, crow’s feet, mouth corners and neck bands by temporarily decreasing the muscle activity that causes these lines. To maintain your results, CAPS Certified Nurse Injectors recommend receiving regular Botox injections every 3 to 4 months. After your first Botox treatment, we will help you determine the optimal schedule for your routine procedures.
Facial fillers, such as Juvederm, Voluma, Volbella, and Restylane, are soft tissue fillers that are made of a naturally occurring substance in the body, called hyaluronic acid. Most commonly, they are used to add volume and contour to the cheeks and cheekbones, correct the lines that run from the corners of the nose down to the lips, restore volume and plump the lips, and correct the downturned corners of the mouth. These injections will last for 1 to 2 years, depending on which product is used and where it is placed.
Ready to schedule your appointment?
Certified Nurse Injectors train closely under our surgeons and know the best injectable product to recommend and how to precisely inject it. Schedule an appointment with one of our Certified Nurse Injectors today!