Premier Medical Aesthetics
Dr. Alisha Armstrong has a passion for empowering her clients through education and confidence-boosting results. “Cosmetic injectables are elective and the results can be really exciting, so it is my responsibility to educate my patients on the risks and benefits of each procedure,” she says. Dr. Armstrong carefully develops treatment plans with her clients, listening to their goals and recommending procedures based on her expert knowledge. “I develop a plan that will be least invasive as possible and most cost-effective for each patient,” she explains. “I usually recommend starting with the simplest approach and working our way up to more complex treatments if needed. It is important to me that the patient feels in control every step of the way.”
Doctorate of Nursing Practice Degree:
Vanderbilt University – Nashville, TN
Certified Aesthetic Nurse Specialist
National trainer for Revance Aesthetics and Revanesse Versa
1. What influenced you to pursue your career?
After over a decade in the high-stress pediatric emergency and trauma setting, I wanted to continue to help patients in a more positive environment. My patients are excited and look forward to seeing me now. I love helping them regain confidence and getting to know them along the way.
2. What’s the most rewarding part of your profession?
It is the greatest gift to hand a patient a mirror and see them feel excitement about their “new look.” My goal is not to make them look like someone else. It is to make them love their OWN reflection.
3. What’s the key to making a great first impression?
It is important for patients to feel confident in their provider and feel that their concerns are being valued and considered. It is scary to trust someone with procedures involving the face. Patient trust is essential, and I do not take that lightly.
4. How do you choose the right procedure for your clients?
I choose the right procedure for my patient based on their own treatment goals paired with my extensive and thorough knowledge of the services we offer. The patient’s satisfaction is the most important aspect of what I do.
5. What would you consider to be your main strengths?
I take the time to really listen to my patients and their concerns. I’m trustworthy and humble as well as confident in my skills and knowledge. I love to learn so I am continuously seeking educational opportunities around the world to make me a better provider for my patients.