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[3 min watch] How to address common patient concerns about injectable treatments

Do you see patients in your practice who are uncertain about receiving injectable treatments due to the perceived risks, side effects, or pain? In this short video, Dr Jenny Kimmins explores some of the most common patient concerns about injectable treatments and how she addresses them in the primary care setting.

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In the video, Dr Kimmins explains that when patients come along for their first treatment with injectables – including anti-wrinkle injections, dermal fillers and PRP therapy – they can often be apprehensive. She explores some of the most common concerns she sees in her patients in primary care and how she helps her patients to overcome them.

A common worry for patients is that they will come away from the treatment looking strange or overdone. Dr Kimmins says that a good way to reassure patients is to provide them with photos of other patients you have treated with similar injectable procedures to show them the natural, subtle results they can expect from you.

Some patients also express concerns about the long-term effects of injectable treatments. In the video, Dr Kimmins discusses how you can reassure your patients that they won’t lose the normal function of their facial muscles and that over time the effects of the injectables will wear off.

She also highlights the benefits of using only a conservative amount of product when performing these procedures, especially for first-time patients or those with ongoing concerns.

Watch all this and much more in the full video above.

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