FaceTite facial contouring treatment is a minimally-invasive procedure to address signs of aging on the face and other small body areas. This is a safe and effective treatment which offers patients dramatic aesthetic improvements.
At the time of the initial consultation, the surgeon will display FaceTite before and after pictures to the patient to help them understand the potential results of the procedure.
Board certified female plastic surgeon Dr. Farah Naz Khan provides FaceTite face contouring to patients in Dallas, Texas, and surrounding locations.
What are FaceTite Before and After Pictures?
FaceTite ‘before and after’ pictures are a pair or group of images of previous patients who have undergone the procedure with successful results. These photographs are taken prior to the procedure and afterwards when the post-treatment swelling and bruising have subsided, and the complete results of the procedure are visible.
The surgeon will take these pictures with the patient’s express consent and show them to prospective patients in a discreet and judicious manner. The surgeon will also not reveal the patient’s identity as per standard norms.
The sole purpose of showing these pictures is to allow the new patient to attain clarity on the potential results of FaceTite facial contouring treatment.
What is amazing here is digital technology. The devices that most people already own can be used to see these amazing pictures so someone can make a salient decision.
The Internet and Wi-Fi allows anyone to see these pictures as long as they have Internet access which can be obtained at a coffee shop or a fast food restaurant and of course someone’s own home. This means that a patient can make a critical decision without anyone even knowing.
The face is the most prominent part of the body. For this reason, patients are understandably concerned about any procedure affecting the facial area. The surgeon can display FaceTite ‘before and after’ images to offer reassurance to a new patient on whether FaceTite is a suitable procedure for them.
Some patients may require only limited facial correction with a procedure such as FaceTite. Others may need more extensive treatment involving both the neck and face. Regardless of the case, the patient can make a more informed decision after seeing FaceTite before and after pictures.
Combining Text and Pictures
If descriptive text detailing the procedure, the reasons for which it was recommended, and how it treated the patient’s issues accompanies FaceTite before and after images, it may offer the patient more clarity on the treatment.
A new patient can better understand the journey of a previous patient with clear, concise, and succinct descriptions. This is an integral part of before and after photo galleries as patients connect more effectively with photos while stories enable them to remember the associated details more easily.
Sharing Your Images
Surgeons can share FaceTite before and after images to provide patients with information and raise awareness on the benefits of this innovative procedure. They may share these images online in the following ways:
- Website Galleries: Creating a before and after image gallery on your practice website which is what Dr. Khan has done. This outstanding website symbolizes her knowledge of this industry and the depth of her skill. There could be more pictures available during the consultation but the age of dated images in a vague brochure are over with.
- Portfolios: Developing a photo portfolio to show to new patients considering the same procedure.
- Blog Posts: Adding images to a blog post is an effective way to offer prospective patients visual documentation of procedure results.
- Social Media Platforms: Images can effectively optimize social media posts. But it is important to use discretion while posting on public platforms.
A comprehensive ‘before and after’ photo gallery can be an educational and promotional tool for the plastic surgeon and their practice. It is a channel to display their achievements and expertise while educating prospective patients of innovative procedures such as FaceTite.
Transparency is key and Dr. Khan has no problem with illustrating her body of work to anyone, certainly any potential patient. This means that someone can see these images and apply them to their own face. So if someone does sign up for this treatment, they will be more confident since they will have a better understanding on what the results will look like.
Board certified female plastic surgeon Dr. Farah Naz Khan receives patients from Dallas, Texas, and nearby areas for FaceTite facial contouring.