Research and question a medical aesthetic provider’s qualifications. What training have they had and how many years of experience do they have?
Does the provider and practice have the ability and expertise to manage complications if they arise?
Medical aesthetic procedures are medical procedures and in turn, your provider should be reviewing your past medical history to ensure that you are an appropriate candidate for the proposed treatment. Risks and benefits of each procedure should also be discussed thoroughly.
Anticipated results and realistic expectations should always be discussed.
Always have a consultation first! This is a time when you get to assess if you are a good fit with the provider and vice versa.
There are no stupid questions! Remember this is your face and body.