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The Nurse Injector

BioFiller

Regular price $1,399.00 AUD
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The Natural Choice in Restoration and Rejuvenation for your Body.

Common Questions

Why do I need a consultation before treatment?

Injectables used within this clinic are classified as S4 medications, which means a  thorough consultation by a Registered Nurse or Doctor is imperative before proceeding with treatment.  Suzie is a RN with 27 years experience and prides herself firstly by offering you a thorough consultation - discussing the risks, side effects and after care of your treatment.  Suzie will then skype her licensed Prescriber (at no cost to you) for their continued consultation and authorisation of the recommended treatment.  This must occur when you are a new client, when you return for a treatment that is different to what you have had in this clinic in the past or if your medical status has changed since your last visit.

How long will my injectables last?

This answer depends primarily on the treatment provided, the dosage, the area injected and the metabolism of the person undergoing treatment.  Anti-wrinkle injections in the face typically last 4 months, while massetters and underarms may last 6-9 months for some individuals.Dermal fillers typically last anywhere from 3-24 months, once again this is primarily based on the treatment provided, the dosage, the area injected and their metabolism.PDO Mono Threads may last up to 12 months as new collagen is built up creating a firming tightness to the skin.

What if I am on a budget?

Suzie offers competitive prices to make it affordable for you.  Her pricing structure is based on varying products with differing prices based on longevity.  Suzie will discuss the prospects of longevity if you are concerned due to previous treatments injected at other premises.  Suzie has great experience with injectables and it is recommended to listen carefully to her advise. Choosing a "cheaper" product or deciding to have less than the recommended dosage may fail to show effective results in some cases.