Westchase clinical Aesthetics
Our cosmetic services are performed after a free consultation. Discussions on relevant medical information is sometimes necessary in order to provide services with maximum safety and effectiveness.
Special Note for patients with cancer and Blood disorders:
All of our cosmetic services are provided by a Certified aesthetician and follows a free physician consultation.
Due to demand from some of our patients with active cancer or history of cancer, we have made our cosmetic services also available to this group. However careful screening needs to take place before these services can be provided to this group. We believe getting back a healthy and glowing appearance with a fresh and clean skin after completion of cancer therapy can play an important role in moving towards physical and psychological health in some patients.
Various chemotherapy and targeted therapy drugs have common known skin side effects such as hyperpigmentation, dryness, scaling and skin rash.
Some cosmetic procedures have a reasonable role in treating these side effects.
Patients with cancer and/or blood disorders have to have an oncologist or Hematologist clearance prior to receiving these service at our office. If you are an individual on blood thinners, chemotherapy and or any medication that can lower your body's capability to fight infection please let us know. Some cosmetic services such as microneedling, PRP and laser hair removal are not suitable for you during chemotherapy. Once all side effects of active chemotherapy has resolved and your immune system is believed to have gained the necessary capability to fight infection, we will be happy to provide you with a variety of cosmetic services.
Diamond silk peel is a popular non-invasive procedure that may be suitable for you after you have completed chemotherapy. See video below:
As a general rule we prohibit invasive cosmetic procedures for patients on chemotherapy, immune therapy and blood thinners.
Micropen Eclipse video
Silk Peel diamond dermalinfusion
Micropen Eclipse ABC report