Treat­ment check­list

Australian Women’s Weekly NZ - - FILM MAKER -

1

Do your own re­search first and don’t feel pres­sured to take ad­van­tage of a spe­cial or lim­ited-time of­fer. Be wary of claims or guar­an­tees of sat­is­fac­tion, ab­sence of risk and no down­time.

2

Don’t rush into skin­care treat­ments like der­mal fillers or in­jec­tions, fat re­moval, teeth whiten­ing or brow tat­too­ing with­out an ini­tial con­sul­ta­tion. Take your time to read and con­sider what was dis­cussed to en­sure the treat­ment is right for you.

3

Wordof mouth and rec­om­men­da­tions by fam­ily and friends can be very use­ful, but re­mem­ber you may have a dif­fer­ent prob­lem or con­cerns to ad­dress.

4

Re­mem­ber that, even in the best ex­pert hands, com­pli­ca­tions can oc­ca­sion­ally oc­cur and fol­low-up and sup­port should be avail­able. Make sure you feel com­fort­able and con­fi­dent in the pro­fes­sional you have con­sulted and their nurs­ing and sup­port staff.

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