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The NipTuck Talk Show: Plastic Surgery|Beauty Hot Topics| Wellness |Aesthetic Medicine


Welcome to the NipTuck Talk Show

I'm excited to announce I will be launching a NEW Podcast Series and new website launching the summer of 2017.

I'll be exploring topics about breasts.

"Boob Talk"

Part One is on Breast Health. 

We'll cover topics such breast shapes, aging breasts, breast cancer, mammograms, self-esteem and breasts, how to choose a reconstructive surgeon and mastectomies.

Please join us for a very important and informative show.

 

Our guests will include medical experts and patients like you.

If you'd like to be considered as a guest, please contact me: info@niptuckcoach.com Subject: GUEST

Thank you for being part of our podcast community.

Michele Garber

Host and Producer

NipTuck Coach

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415.494.7211

Mar 22, 2016

Who do you go to for Botox and Fillers?  You have choices.

A Certified Aesthetic Nurse Specialist, (CANS) An Aesthetic Nurse injector, Nurse Practitioner or a Board Certified Dermatologist or Plastic Surgeon. There are different approaches to patient  care and injecting techniques.

How to you find someone who is good?

The world of Aesthetics changes very fast. It's important for practitioners to  stay up-to-date with changes and injection techniques for new fillers on the market. Weekend course in injectables is not going to make an expert. There are risks such as adverse reactions and remember bad things can happen to even the best MD or RN. Your injector must know how to treat any filler related emergency. 

MK Maloney, shares her  expertise on how to use Fillers, such as Juvederm, Restylane, Sculptra, costs and advice on how to choose the best injector. 

 

MK Maloney RN CANS is a highly respected board certified aesthetic nurse injectable specialist who has worked nationally and internationally in the aesthetic industry since 1995 with world-renowned celebrity dermatologists and plastic surgeons. 

" I don't work on Selfies, I work on Faces. We work slower and take care of our patients holistically, we do more hand holding and we are less quick to to do things." - MK

Contact info: MK Maloney