Demand for minimally invasive aesthetic procedures is flooding the market with new clients, and these clients are now demanding better, more natural looking results. The stigma that existed surrounding cosmetic procedures a decade ago has all but dissolved in most communities and although there is still a need for discretion, clients today are more likely than ever to share their treatment experiences with friends and family.
In fact, injectables like Juvederm® and Kybella® are shifting in reputation from a semi-shameful secret to a luxurious self-indulgence that has become roughly akin in social status to the pampering received at a good day spa. Business insiders have taken notice of this shift in perception as well, one Forbes article recently noted, “Looking tired or stressed is now less tolerated because quick fixes are easier than ever before.”
In 2016 Forbes also reported that not only is the industry itself on an upward trajectory, the clientele has become an ever-widening pool. “(According to) the Aesthetic Society for Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), the number of aesthetic treatments performed on men since 1997 has increased by 325%”. In addition, as recently as June of 2017, ABC’s Action News reported that “The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery said Millennials accounted for more than 17 percent of the procedures performed in 2016.”
Thanks in part to the surge of information and reviews available online, clients have become savvier, better educated and more confident in their decisions regarding aesthetic procedures. This new attitude coupled with the prevalence of social media and the ease of use for review sites like Yelp and Angie’s List has left many practices with undesired and often undeserved negative attention.
The truth is, that the standards for proper training have not yet caught up to those of most comparably invasive medical treatments, giving rise to the occurrence of providers using improper or even somewhat experimental techniques.
This lack of standardized care was part of the impetus that drove Wexner Medical Center Clinical Instructor Dr. Justin Harper to found Juvly Aesthetics in 2014. As a Plastic Surgeon Resident and Allergic Contact Dermatitis Fellow at Wexner, Dr. Harper witnessed first hand the powerful effects that cosmetic procedures can have on a patient’s quality of life. Wexner Medical Center has itself been featured on several occasions in U.S. News & World Report’s “America’s Best” list and has received acclaim for its quality standard of patient care.
With this world-class experience, Dr. Harper set out to provide candid and affordable aesthetic treatments to patients from all walks of life. As word of Juvly’s amazing results and its unprecedented popularity with patients grew Dr. Harper began to receive requests from other providers, asking for help with proper technique and overall aesthetics knowledge. With these requests, Dr. Harper rediscovered his passion for Clinical Instruction, creating the Juvly Academy with the desire to pass on his industry knowledge to other providers.
One of only a few medical practitioners that has been invited to sit on the 2017 Allergan Facial Aesthetics National Advisory Board, Dr. Harper recently commented, “I am hopeful that our Board’s contributions will help facial aesthetics clients all over the country receive the most appropriate and cutting edge treatments available.”
Dr. Harper’s friendly, interactive teaching style has made Juvly Academy a sanctuary for medical professionals that wish to gain a full understanding of both proper technique and correct product usage. With the goal of minimizing the occurrence of unnecessary mistakes and creating greater transparency for both clients and practitioners, the Juvly Academy is fast becoming one of the most trusted names in the field of Medical Aesthetics Education.
Below is a List of Juvly Academy’s Upcoming Courses:
Juvly Academy course attendees receive a discount on course cost. For more information, contact Nikki at email@example.com or 4193575829.
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