By: Hannah Brown
We are thrilled to introduce you to our newest member of the RMA team, Savy Guthrie, as we continue to grow our practice.
As we introduce her to our practice, we asked her a few things so you can get to know her!
Tell me about yourself. (where did you go to school, career path, etc. )
I have a B.S. In physiology from Temple University, a B.S. In PA studies from Hahnemann University ( Now Drexel) and a Masters degree in PA studies from the University of Nebraska. I have been practicing medicine for 18 years, 14 of them have been specialized in Dermatology. I am a Diplomate member of the Society for Derm PAs (SDPA)
What do you do on your free time?
On my free time I formulate natural skin care products and have a line called Theoderma coming out in the next 6-8 weeks. I play the guitar and write songs (some on YouTube) and I love creating new recipes to bake. I enjoy drawing/ painting and fancy myself an amateur artist. I have two kids 9 and 7, that keep me very busy as well.
How did you become to love injecting?
Injecting allows me to express my artist nature in a very scientific way. Anybody can be taught the technical aspect of cosmetic injecting but the touch and the eye are God given.
What is your favorite treatment?
Fillers are by far my favorite. I enjoy sculpting a new cheek bone or jawline and seeing the look on the patient’s face when they look in the mirror.
What trending treatment do you love right now?
I don’t really follow trending treatments. I understand the anatomy and the aesthetic dimensions that define beauty and also the very real and dangerous potential pitfalls of things that are trendy. As we discussed today, the “Botox pop”. That may be a look that people like but they can loose the functionality of the muscle used to drink and formulate letter sounds. I’ll never do that to a patient.
Are there any treatments that you would consider your specialty?
My specialty is also my favorite, fillers. The most challenging part however is managing patient’s expectations.
What is the most rewarding part of your job?
The most rewarding part of my job is correcting a facial feature that has plagued a patient. I have filled lots of scars and corrected asymmetries that restore confidence and self worth.
What do you think is the most important thing to know about botox/filler?
The most important thing for patients to know by far is that these are medical treatments with very real dangers. In the wrong hands, those negative outcomes can be catastrophic. There are imitation fillers out there that come with a cheap price tag but bargain shopping for your face is never a good idea.
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