(08) 8449 2002

15 Semaphore Road
Semaphore, SA, 5019

WHY INJECTABLE TREATMENTS REQUIRE SPECIFIC SKILLS

Dr. Ron Louis
SKIN DOCTOR SA
A growing number of medical spas and cosmetic clinics now offer injectable treatments. There are even dentists and gynaecologists who offer cosmetic injections at their offices, strange though it may seem.

Specific training and skills are required to safely and effectively administer cosmetic treatments such as dermal fillers. Injectable treatments have become increasingly popular. Problem is, the public doesn’t get the right information about making choices who to go to, and what treatments are best for them.

CPCA-certified doctors have the relevant qualifications and experience in general medicine and have received specific training on how best to safely and effectively administer injectable cosmetic treatments. CPCA doctors understand that the importance of maintaining long-term therapeutic relationships with their patients.

Dr. Ron Louis and Andrea Louis at Skin Doctor SA have decades of experience in cosmetic injectables. Dr Ron Louis is a member of the Cosmetic Physicians College of Australasia.

To book your appointment phone 08 8449 2002 or email reception@skindotorsa.com.au


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