Southern Surgical Arts
Sharing in Each Client's Journey
Helping people feel the best they can has always been a driving force for Camille Arledge, who spent the first part of her career in critical care nursing. However, her deepening passion for beauty switched her career path in a different direction. “I have been a cosmetic nurse injector for three years now,” she shares. “But my goal of bettering lives stays the same!” Not only does Arledge enjoy helping her clients, but she also treasures the relationships that have formed in her role at Southern Surgical Arts. “My clients supported me so strongly when I first began my journey and encouraged me to expand my skills further and further,” she says. “I love sharing exciting achievements with clients, both that I have mastered and also what the client has accomplished in their personal journey!”
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga – Chattanooga, TN
Certified Advanced Aesthetic Injector
Basic Life Support
Advanced Cosmetic Injectables
Laser & Light Specialist
1. What does your day-to-day look like?
As I am also a laser and light specialist, I get to dabble in a variety of aesthetic powerhouses. My forecast presents with scattered Botox and filler appointments throughout the day with a sprinkle of some laser hair removal and skin rejuvenation in the afternoon!
2. What’s the key to making a great first impression?
Making every patient feel important! A warm smile and open ears can go a long way.
3. How do you choose the right procedure for your clients?
Understanding the anatomy and structure of the face and body. With this knowledge, I know the best treatment that will give the client the results they are desiring, while maintaining a natural look.
4. What is your philosophy when it comes to the care of your clients?
“You are fearfully and wonderfully made.” I am just here to preserve the creation. Every client I see is already perfectly designed, but I get the opportunity to either maintain or enhance their canvas to their fullest desire.
5. What is your best advice for clients?
Ask questions! You can never ask a foolish question when it comes to the future of your face or body.