February 8, 2017
“I am Utah Facial Plastics nurse injector in Layton, Utah. I graduated with my bachelors in science and nursing. I had the opportunity to work for a plastic surgeon in Denver, Colorado and loved it. I wanted to continue working for a credentialed plastic surgeon in Utah when I moved here with my husband. I was so happy to find Dr. Scott Thompson.
It’s so much fun to do what we do. At the end of the day the patient leaves happier than when they came in and that’s very rewarding for myself to help people feel more confident about themselves. When they look in the mirror they are happy with what they see and that’s always the best moment of my day.
I like to do neuromodulators, which include Botox and Dysport, and those are more for wrinkles that form from muscle movement. And I also get to do filler injections which are more for volume loss or enhancement of the face.
Working with Dr. Scott Thompson is truly an honor. I absolutely love his demeanor, how calm he is, how humble he is. I feel calm and comfortable around him. He empowers me to be a better nurse and gives me the autonomy I want and need to succeed and improve in my career. I love everybody here. Everyone is so nice and kind and welcoming so it’s a great atmosphere to work in.”
As Utah’s leader in facial rejuvenation, Utah Facial Plastics employs physicians and nurse injectors that specialize in facial rejuvenation and hair restoration. Common non-surgical procedures offered at both our Layton and Draper offices include Botox, Juvederm, Voluma, Volbella, Restylane, micro-needling, laser treatments and PRP hair restoration. Popular surgical procedures offered at Utah Facial Plastics include rhinoplasty, eyelid, hair transplant, facelift ear, chin and browlift surgery from Dr. Scott Thompson and Dr. Doug Henstrom.
For more information or to schedule a consultation with a Utah Facial Plastics nurse injector in Layton or Draper, call (801)776-2220.Tags: botox, injectables, juvederm, nurse injector, restylane, utah facial plastics, volbella, voluma
This post was written by Jenny Yergensen