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How to purchase products:

  • Currently we only offer products to be purchased on-site by walking into our Med Spa, or we can walk the order out to your vehicle if you pay over the phone. To purchase products you can call (913) 451-3722 ahead to get your order ready, or walk-in and purchase products directly from our Med Spa front desk on the first floor. If you live further away we are also willing to mail your order. You may be charged for postage if you live outside of the Kansas City metro area.

What it means to be a clinical aesthetician.

  • At Associated Plastic Surgeons we pride ourselves in having experience licensed aestheticians. Our aestheticians complete formal education and are licensed by the state. Aestheticians are also required to go through practical training to get experience before performing treatments on patients. Aestheticians use their professional knowledge of skin care products and therapeutic interventions in skin care to recommend products that patients can use at home for skin issues. Advanced techniques include CoolSclupting, laser resurfacing, radio frequency mirconeedling, chemical peels, and other non-surgical treatments.

What is the difference between an aesthetician and esthetician?

  • Estheticians and aestheticians are both licensed skin specialists. They are trained to analyze and cleanse skin through a variety of techniques. Estheticians can be found in spas and salons, while aestheticians typically work in medical settings. Estheticians generally are working with clients who have minor skin problems. Medical aestheticians tend to work with clients who are suffering from much more serious skin problems, helping people after plastic surgery, or performing less invasive body contouring and skin tightening treatments. At Associated Plastic Surgeons our aestheticians are clinically trained to care for post-procedure patients and provide expert knowledge on how to treat and maintain facial skin.

What is a Nurse Injector?

  • Nurse injectors also known as aesthetic/cosmetic nurses are registered nurses who provide a variety of services. These can include injections of dermal fillers and Botox neurotoxin, dermabrasion, micro-needling, leg vein treatments, and other non-surgical body contouring. Our nurses in the Med Spa have worked with our Plastic Surgeons side-by-side for years and are trained to provide the same level of expertise. They have dedicated their careers to injecting fillers and Botox and performing more advanced treatments that even aestheticians can’t do.

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