FAQs

Do you offer free consultations?


Yes, we do offer free consultations. Your first visit is treated as a consultation. Most patients choose to recieve their treatment same day, but you can make a separate appointment.




How do I book an appointment?


We offer online booking via our website. This is the only way to book an appointment with The Aesthetic Method. You are required to enter your credit card information before you can book your appointment. You will receive an email after booking with a link to our “Patient Portal”. You are able to change, cancel and fill out new patient paperwork in the Patient Portal. Make sure you check your spam folder if you do not receive the email.




What is your cancellation policy?


We do require a credit card to hold your appointment. Your card will not be charged unless you cancel within 24 hours of your appointment or do not show for your appointment. If you cancel within 24 hours or a no-call/no-show on two separate occasions, we ask you seek another provider. We understand things come up, but please be respectful of others who would love your appointment space. We appreciate your understanding and support for our growing small business.




What is the difference between Botox and fillers?


Botulinum toxin (Botox) injections relax muscles, which then soften wrinkles. It takes approximately 2-10 days for Botox to take effect and it lasts about 3 months. Dermal fillers add volume, contour and sometimes lift. Fillers provide an instant result and last anywhere from 6-24 months.




Where are the most common areas to use botulinum toxin injections?


Botulinum toxin injections are commonly used to treat horizontal forehead lines, glabellar (mean 11 area), crow’s feet, around the lips for a lip flip, massester muscles for TMJ, neck lines, dimply chin, downturned corners of the mouth and bunny lines on the nose.




Where are the most common areas to use fillers?


Dermal fillers are used for lips, nasolabial folds, marionette lines, cheeks, midface, chin, nose, under eyes, and jaw.