There is a good chance that your patients will need to return for touch-up treatments if a new region has to be treated. In other words, if a patient has come in for certain treatment and you leave them with an area where they still have hypertonic muscles, which is evidenced by lines where they do not want them, you have failed.
Reputational damage can’t be repaired for free. The only way to avoid this is by predicting whether or not it will happen. For example, injecting around the eye can result in wrinkles or a thick and lower eyelid; depending on how you do it, therefore it’s important to know how to do it correctly.
Accordingly, the eyes are one of the most typical injection locations. Be upfront with your patients about the possibility of the lower eyelid becoming thicker after injecting around the eyeball.
You must inform your patient that if they have any concerns about the thickening of their lower eyelid, they can return for additional treatment and be informed of the cost.
You should do the same thing if you want to get rid of wrinkles on your forehead but don’t want to relax your forehead again. For example, when you inject a glabella, you put the elevens in the middle. This is how you do it.
It’s a good idea to remind the patients that more injections in the forehead may be necessary. As a result, if it happens to them, they are aware that they will have to pay for an additional treatment zone when they come in.
You don’t appear to have forgotten to inject a particular place or had an injection go awry if you warn them ahead of time.