Forming Lasting Relationships
One of Meaghan Speer’s favorite parts of her job is the relationships she forms with her clients. She explains, “I love my job as a nurse injector, and I especially love getting to know each client as an individual person – not just the next person in my chair.” By taking her time with each of her clients, Speer is able to develop a plan that addresses their concerns and leaves them feeling confident in their appearance. “I take the time to listen to the client’s concerns and needs,” she says. “I assess their facial anatomy and review their medical history. I then educate my clients and provide them with the information they need to make the best decision regarding their individual wants and needs.”
Ashford University – Clinton, IA
Dysport & Dermal Fillers, Galderma-Certified
Botox & Kybella, Allergan-Certified
Facial Dermal Fillers
Medical-Grade Skin Regimens
1. What does your day-to-day look like?
I specialize in dermal fillers, neuromodulators, medical-grade skincare, and full-face correction. I individualize treatment plans specific to each client’s needs and wants.
2. What's the most rewarding part of your profession?
Helping people feel more confident in their own skin and becoming the best version of themselves.
3. How do you choose the right procedure for your clients?
No procedure should be performed with a cookie-cutter approach. I listen to the client’s concerns and desired outcomes. I then provide individualized treatment for each client that will deliver the most natural and best result for them specifically.
4. What is your best advice for clients?
We can be our own worst critics. Medical aesthetics is not intended to change you; it should only be used to enhance who you already are. You’re already beautiful! Now it’s time to love the skin you’re in and get your confidence back.
5. What is your philosophy when it comes to the care of your clients?
I believe in providing the highest quality of care to my clients. My goal is to deliver beautiful and natural-looking results, while always putting their safety first.