The trends and beauty standards between male and female patients differ widely and it should, therefore, be considered under which category of aesthetic goals, the client falls.
With age, the production of collagen and elastin slows down which causes saggy skin, wrinkles and furrows. Knowing the age of the client will give you a greater understanding of which treatment and product to use as well as of the patient’s hormonal state.
– Medical History
One of the most important things to assess is the patient’s medical history and any allergies, the patient may have. Knowing all about their medical past will help isolate any issues that might occur.
– Injection History
Whether a patient is a first-timer or a returning patient can make a difference in their mindset and the questions they might have. Furthermore, knowing your patient’s history with injectables can isolate any issues that may have occurred in the past and need to be avoided in the future.
– Aesthetic Wish
Knowing what the client wants and expects will help in providing a plan for the treatments and plays a huge role when it comes to managing a client’s expectations.
– Face Shape
Assessing the face shape will help to know what can be achieved with injectables and where injections need to be set to achieve the desired results