Many people think of aesthetic medicine as surgery or more invasive techniques. There are many treatments that give excellent results with no down time. Both the HydraFacial and peels are a great start to any skincare regimen.
Montreal, Quebec (PRWEB) September 14, 2011
As part of making sure his patients are up to date on what is going on at his clinic, Médecine Esthétique Dr Yves Hébert, Dr. Hébert is launching his fall newsletter: Beauty Revealed. The Beauty Revealed quarterly newsletter is one way that Dr. Hébert makes sure his patients are up to date on the latest treatments and technologies he has to offer.
“I am always researching what is new on the market in aesthetic medicine. I am careful to make sure that whatever we offer has studies to back up any claims and in most cases I test the products myself or ask one of my staff to test with me. Once I know that the results are real and I am sure the products are safe, we start using them at the clinic,” commented Dr. Hébert.
In the fall issue of Beauty Revealed, there is news about what Dr. Hebert recommends for the change of season: the HydraFacial and peels.
The Hydrafacial works through a deep skin cleansing action with serums applied simultaneously to cleanse, hydrate and give skin a new clarity. The HydraFacial™ is a good beginning to many skin rejuvenation techniques for melasma, brown spots, wrinkles and fine lines, oily and acne-prone skin.
Peels are an option to reduce fine lines, correct mild scarring, treat certain types of acne diminish sunspots, age spots, liver spots and freckles.
“Many people think of aesthetic medicine as surgery or more invasive techniques. There are many treatments that give excellent results with no down time. Both the HydraFacial and peels are a great start to any skincare regimen,” said Dr. Hébert.
The newsletter also introduces Glisodin, a new product specially formulated by dermatologists and nutritionists to provide powerful antioxidants and bioactive nutraceuticals that promote enhanced and longer lasting results for medical aesthetic treatments. Dr. Hébert has added GliSODin® protocols to the liposuction and UltraShape® treatments offered at the clinic.
Each newsletter, Dr. Hébert lets his patients know what charity the clinic is helping out. Dr. Hébert encourages his staff and his patients to get involved in the community. Every fall they walk in the local AIDS walk, ÇA MARCHE, put on by the Farha Foundation. The goal for their team this year is $5000 and they are more than half way there.
“Giving back is part of who I am. I have been involved with the Farha Foundation for years as a volunteer and supporter and I am hoping that by walking in ÇA MARCHE we will remind everyone that HIV is still here, there is no cure, but it is preventable,” said Dr. Hebert.
Finally, Dr. Hébert is officially launching his blog, What`s up Doc? in this issue. The blog will serve as a forum to answer questions from his patients and address subjects of interest in aesthetic medicine today.
About Dr. Hébert
Dr. Hébert is a graduate of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Montreal and has worked in the field of aesthetic medicine for over twenty years. He is medical director at Médecine Esthétique Dr Yves Hébert and his clinic has the most highly advanced medical equipment available including body contouring, resurfacing, toning and photo rejuvenation lasers to provide a wide array of treatments and respond to the growing demand for new technologies. He is also at the forefront of new injectable treatments as they become available and are tested and proven safe in Canada.
Dr. Hébert is a member in good standing of the Quebec College of Physicians, the Quebec Federation of General Practitioners, the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery, and the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery.
Dr. Hébert is the President of the Canadian Association of Aesthetic Medicine (CAAM) where his goal is to ensure the excellence and safety in aesthetic medicine through education and leadership across Canada.