(PRWEB) October 31, 2014
As surely as the Christmas decorations are appearing so are existing and new patients seeking cosmetic treatment for the upcoming holidays at Precision Aesthetics. The non-surgical aesthetic treatment industry does follow a seasonal pattern in New York. Spring brings the most requests for body shaping in anticipation of warmer weather. The summer is slow due to the fact that wealthier clientele are on vacation, despite a slight uptick of international patients. Back to school and the religious holidays take priority to cosmetic treatments in September. However October brings out everyone who wants to put his or her best “face” and body forward for the upcoming holidays. As a result there is the usual requests for fillers and Botox. In addition, each year, more patients are beginning to request procedures for loose skin, like Thermage and Exilis.
Thermage and Exilis are both FDA approved radio frequency devices. Thermage can be used on the eyelids, turkey neck, loose jowls, sagging skin, jaw line and wrinkles. Thermage can also smooth the skin on the body and the appearance of cellulite in one treatment. Exilis is a multi treatment device that stimulates and strengthens the collagen network to improve skin laxity and texture. It can also improve wrinkles and is ideal for body shaping. At Precision Aesthetics each machine is used by itself and together for combination treatments with selected vitamins and creams. Patients want to insure that their treatments and regimens are completed before the holidays. Also adding to the influx is the fact that patients also want their fillers and maybe a silk peel vitamin dermal infusion. The final result is that fall is traditionally the busiest season for the non-surgical cosmetic industry and spring is the second busiest
Precision Aesthetics is solely dedicated to the most advanced non-surgical technologies proven to be safe and effective. Precision Aesthetics is the only practice to have been awarded Black Diamond and Pinnacle award status by Thermage for the past 7 years in New York. The award is given for the highest level of experience. Dr Lisa Zdinak’s global research has brought together some of the most unique and effective non-surgical treatments and protocols available anywhere in the world. Many technologies, like Exilis, were actually brought from other countries to New York, where Precision Aesthetics was the first to introduce them. Some of the more popular therapies offered include Carboxytherapy for stretchmarks, Acoustic Wave therapy for cellulite and Mesotherapy. Precision Aesthetics is located at 10 West 74th Street steps from Central Park. It was designed for clientele who prefer a smaller discreet and private boutique style setting yet with the most advanced proven technologies. To learn more go to http://www.precisionaestheticsmd.com/