Ethos Spa Offers Lip Injections To NJ Patients

October 18, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Summit, NJ based Ethos Spa, Skin & Laser Center is pleased to inform their community of beauty enthusiasts that the center provides industry-leading dermal fillers for upper and lower lips. The veteran beauty clinic stands ready to schedule any patient who wants to fill out their lips and embrace a new version of themselves.

Dr. Hardik Soni of Ethos Spa, Skin & Laser Center states that while the clinic enjoys a number of clients who are familiar with lip injections, he has noted that others appear to be on the fence about getting their first procedure. “There are many who are nervous of undergoing any sort of surgical procedure,” he says, “but the beauty of this treatment is that it is entirely an outpatient procedure. Due to this reason, you will also have to endure very little, if any, recovery time. Notably, our patients are often thrilled to discover that they can see the results of their treatment shining through within 24 hours, though this depends on the specific type of dermal filler chosen.”

The procedure’s non-invasive nature make them an extremely popular alternative to plastic surgery, especially since they can be undertaken at a fraction of the cost. Where a skilled plastic surgeon would otherwise need to carefully sculpt a patient’s face in order to obtain the desired results, a dermal filler procedure can be used to quickly and efficiently add volume or reshape the face with similar results.

In addition to lip injections, dermal fillers can be used to augment a face as a whole by rejuvenating and sculpting its features. This may involve adding volume to a specific area, such as the cheeks, to make it more prominent, and this has the added versatility of helping make a patient’s face more symmetrical if necessary. Crucially, this added fullness can be achieved without the use of facial implants. Fillers can further be used to firm up the eyes and reduce or even eliminate folds in the skin altogether (with fine lines and wrinkles). Augmentations can also be carried out on the chin, reshaping its contours to a more desirable appearance. Notably, Dr. Soni says that some patients may seek dermal fillers to minimize the visibility of scarring on their face, such as those caused by acne.

Patients who are unsure of the procedures they want are always welcome to request their free consultation with Ethos Spa. The clinic makes it a priority to ensure that their patients are always as comfortable as possible—and fully aware of every element of the treatment they wish to undergo.

As Dr. Soni says, “I like to spend as much time as possible during the initial consultation to determine the ideal procedure for my clients. In addition, my conservative approach allows the clients to decide the final outcome. My clients’ satisfaction is at the forefront of my approach to these cosmetic procedures. I provide my clients with as much information as possible so they can make an informed decision. This involves detailed discussion without the involvement of high pressure sales tactics. Before I perform any procedure, my goal is to ensure my clients are comfortable with me and the procedure.”

The dedicated and conscientious care they show all their patients is reflected in the reviews they receive online. For instance, Aris Espinal says in their 5-Star Facebook review that, “The experience I had with Dr. Soni and his staff was amazing; great hospitality and commitment to their work. Professionalism at its finest. So far, I've had three tattoo removal sessions done on the 3-star tattoo behind my ear and it's almost completely gone. This month, I will schedule my final session. Before I sat down for a free consultation with Dr. Soni, I had 4 tattoo removal sessions elsewhere with very minor results, and supposedly eight more sessions left! Once I sat down and spoke to Dr. Soni, he told me it needed only four sessions and that he is only one of three providers that have Picosure lasers. He explained all my concerns with the process. I highly recommend Ethos Spa to anyone looking for tattoo removal.” Read this review and others like it in full here: https://www.facebook.com/MyEthosSpa.

Those who would like to learn more about lip injections or dermal fillers in general may reach out to Dr. Hardik Soni of Ethos Spa, Skin & Laser Center. Patients may also browse the clinic’s website for more information regarding their procedures. Furthermore, they may connect with Ethos Spa through their preferred social media platforms to stay up to date with their latest news, offers, and announcements.

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For more information about Ethos Spa, Skin and Laser Center, contact the company here:

Ethos Spa, Skin and Laser Center
Hardik Soni
+1 908-273-5400
info@myethosspa.com
89 Summit Ave, Summit, NJ 07901, USA

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