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Botox and Dermal Filler Safety at Desert Bloom

In 2018 alone, over 10 million Americans received  Botox or  Fillers. Both of these hugely popular treatments have incredible versatility and the ability to address countless issues, both aesthetic and medical. Despite their massive followings, though, a lot of our patients come to Desert Bloom Plastic Surgery with questions and concerns.

We love having the chance to educate our patients and teach them how  Dr. Wallin and our expert team work to maintain the highest levels of safety, quality, and care. That’s why Dr. Wallin’s made a short video to inform patients how we keep them safe.

To learn more, read on, and if you have any remaining questions, don’t hesitate to reach out. There’s no such thing as a stupid question, and we love patients who want to learn!

Care from an Expert

At Desert Bloom Plastic Surgery and Oasis Aesthetics, each of our patients benefits from working with a true master in his craft: Dr. Wallin. Unlike many other plastic surgeons, Dr. Wallin is a highly specialized board-certified facial plastic surgeon.

Just like when you go to an ENT, or any other medical specialist, working with someone who’s spent their entire career on a focused practice means you’ll see the best results. Dr. Wallin has undergone rigorous and extensive training at some of the best programs in the country, including a highly competitive residency at Wake Forest Baptist Health in Winston Salem, NC.

Dr. Wallin’s expertise means that even when coming to receive a non-invasive procedure like Botox or Fillers, you’ll benefit from his deep understanding of facial anatomy. We pride ourselves on providing natural-looking results you’ll love, no matter the procedure.

Your Safety is Our First Priority

While both Botox and Fillers have been in wide use throughout the medical field for almost 40 years, it’s still critical to work with a trained and certified doctor today. At Desert Bloom, every procedure is completed following strict safety guidelines to ensure a sterile environment. Dr. Wallin has the skill to minimize discomfort while ensuring even and precise results when it comes to administering your chosen product.

Furthermore, we’ve prepared for the rare chance that a patient may experience an adverse reaction to dermal fillers of Botox. Our staff is fully trained to handle medical emergencies and organize any necessary transport to a hospital. In the event of a less severe allergic reaction, Dr. Wallin is fully equipped and trained to treat patients in our office.

The Results You Want

Dr. Wallin takes particular care to understand each patient’s aesthetic goals. We are here to help you feel like your best self and have the skills and experience to do so. At Desert Bloom Plastic Surgery, our goal is to help you feel transformed while maintaining a natural and beautiful look to your skin.

We have worked with patients of all ages, body types, genders, and lifestyles. Dr. Wallin has both the training and practical experience to know exactly where and how to inject your chosen product for optimal results.

Our practice carries a variety of filler and neurotoxin brands and types to allow Dr. Wallin a considerable deal of flexibility in terms of placement and outcomes. Botox, for example, is particularly well suited to smooth crow’s feet at the corner of your eyes as well as the lines on your forehead and between your eyebrows.

Each patient’s treatment plan is as unique as they are. We never take a one-size-fits-all approach to aesthetic medicine and will discuss all of your options to help you make an informed and confident decision.

In many cases, patients benefit the most from some combination of fillers and botox. As a board-certified facial plastic surgeon, Dr. Wallin can offer expert guidance on how to achieve your goals as efficiently as possible.

Schedule a Consultation

If you’re interested in learning more about  Botox Fillers, or any of our other non-invasive or surgical procedures, the next step is to schedule a consultation. To ensure the safety of our patients, we are currently offering virtual consultations, which are very similar to in-office chats, in which you’ll join us online from the comfort of your home.

Dr. Wallin and our team are here to help you with every step of your journey. To get in touch and schedule a consultation, you can give our St. George, UT office a call at (435) 627-8150 or contact us online today.