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Patricia Molle is a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner through the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. She holds a Bachelor’s degree of Nursing (2011) and Master’s Degree of Nursing (2015) obtained from Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, FL. Patricia started her nursing career in the Emergency Room where she worked as an ER RN, then advanced into an Advanced Practice ER Registered Nurse.
Patricia has worked in the ER for nearly ten years and treats patients of all ages. As much as she loved working in the ER, she wanted to pursue her true passion in the field of Aesthetics.
Patricia was trained and certified by Allele Medical Training Institute in Orlando, FL. She has also been trained personally by several of Allergan’s US Elite Master Injectors as well as plastic surgeons. She has obtained multiple aesthetic certifications and continues to learn new and innovative modern day injection techniques. She continues to attend aesthetic/medical conferences to enhance her knowledge and skills. Techniques, products, and aesthetic phases are changing and it is imperative to stay current with the ever changing aesthetic industry!
Her passion is to enhance ones [ natural ] beauty using a modality of combination therapy including skin care, neuromodulators, dermal fillers, thread lifting. She absolutely loves what she does and her passion for aesthetics is reflected in her work as well as her bedside manner. She takes her time with every client and prides herself with being as gentle as possible during your injectable experience. She is so excited to be a part of your aesthetic skin care regimen!
Dr. Harold Bafitis graduated with Honors from the University of Maryland, College Park. He obtained a Master’s degree in Public Health from the University of Texas School of Public Health, Houston Health Science Center in Houston, Texas. Dr. Bafitis earned his medical degree Cum Laude from the University of North Texas, Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Dr. Bafitis then went on to complete a full 5 year general surgery residency at Grandview Medical Center, in Dayton, Ohio, an affiliate of Ohio University’s prestigious medical school. To further his expertise, he completed a 2 year fellowship in plastic and reconstructive surgery at the Plastic Surgery Institute and affiliated hospitals in Des Moines, Iowa.
Dr. Bafitis also took an additional full year fellowship with the Cincinnati Plastic Surgery Associates and affiliated hospitals in Cincinnati, Ohio in:
Dr. Bafitis is double board certified in general surgery and plastic and reconstructive surgery.
At this time, we carry all of the Juvederm and Restylane dermal filler‘s, As well as versa Revanesse. During your consultation we will discuss your aesthetic needs/goals and a product(s) will be recommended to you at that time. Stay tuned as we are always bringing on the newest and greatest products on the market!
These products are all neurotoxins that alter the muscular functioning to improve fine lines and wrinkles. They work very similarly however based on your aesthetic needs and goals, we will choose and recommend which product will be best for you.
Bruising and swelling is highly possible after injecting dermal fillers. Sometimes very mild bruising is present after neurotoxin injections. It is always safe to plan ahead and assume that you will be bruised and swollen for 72 hours (possibly longer) post all injections. We recommend that you avoid Aspirin products and fish oil prior to injections to minimize bruising and swelling. Ice compresses are recommended during the healing process as well.
We will discuss your aesthetic goals and needs as well as product selection that will fit you best. If you wish to receive injections at that time they can be done on the same day as your consultation.
Prices fluctuate product to product. We recommend coming in for a consultation and we can discuss which product would work best for you as well as pricing at that time.
Don’t worry! Most people are afraid of needles and we make the process as gentle as possible. We can use topical numbing cream just prior to injections as well as ice compresses and if necessary nerve blocks intraorally, similar to those that you receive at the dentist.