Common mistakes new injectors make
1. Overestimating how long a thorough clinical consultation will take
Always provide plenty of time for yourself at the start of the meeting because this assessment will take longer than you anticipate! Initially, we advise giving each consultation at least 45 minutes.
2. Ignoring your instincts and declining to treat patients
Always follow your gut feeling when conducting a healthcare consultation. Knowing when to refrain from treating a patient is just as crucial a choice as knowing when to do so.
3. Place more challenging parts first
For example, starting with the cheeks is preferable to start with the less forgiving lips.
4. New injectors inject too quickly
Observe patience! The slower you inject when giving an injection, the better your chances are of having a positive outcome.
It’s riskier. It will probably hurt if you unintentionally inject into a blood vessel, which will allow you to stop.
5. Avoiding massage after lip fillers in the treatment area
The results can be shaped by giving the treatment region a firm massage, especially around the lips, Before the patient leaves the clinic. it can even out any filler abnormalities. It’s crucial to stay sterile and avoid touching the injection sites or the interior of the mouth when massaging the lips after injection to reduce the danger of infection.