Atlanta Plastic Surgeon Announces Specials on Botox and Juvederm for Teacher Appreciation

Perimeter Plastic Surgery, a cosmetic surgery practice in Atlanta, is offering special pricing on injectables for teachers.

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) May 01, 2013

Dr. Mark Deutsch of Perimeter Plastic Surgery, a cosmetic surgery practice in Atlanta, has recently announced a deal on injectables in honor of teachers. The Atlanta plastic surgeon will be offering 15% off injectables for all teachers from May through August in celebration of the closing of another school year. Teachers will have the opportunity to get procedures involving fillers, including Botox, Juvederm and Restylane, for a special price.

“We are happy to offer something special for teachers in our area,” said Deutsch when reached for comment Monday. “We feel that they do such important work, and we know that the end of the school year can be a stressful time when they are doing a lot to help their students. We just wanted to give them the chance to do something for themselves. “

Undergoing a procedure involving injectables is a low stress way to achieve a more youthful look. These procedures involve a visit to the plastic surgeon’s office, and require no downtime afterwards. Perimeter Plastic Surgery offers Botox, Juvederm and Restylane, and all injectable procedures are performed by Deutsch in office.

Botox is an injectable that temporarily smooths frown lines. Results from this injectable usually last about three to six months, while other injectables last a little longer. Juvederm and Restylane are both dermal fillers that are used to fill wrinkles and creases to restore a more youthful look. These fillers last longer because they are made of a hyaluronic acid that occurs naturally in the body. Procedures using these fillers can last up to a year.

Dr. Mark Deutsch is the founder Perimeter Plastic Surgery and a top plastic surgeon in Atlanta. He is board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, and performs a variety of cosmetic and reconstructive surgeries. In addition to his work in the states, he travels annually to South America to perform volunteer procedures. For more information, please visit