Meet Our Caregivers – Cindy Wilson, NP

Cúrate MedAesthetics

 

cindy wilson np at curate medaesthetics in chattanooga meet our caregivers certifications

 

Cindy Wilson believes that every person deserves to feel confident in their own skin – a belief that sparked her passion for her practice, Cúrate MedAesthetics. “I spend my days discussing my patients’ concerns, mapping out a plan of care, and providing facial refinement treatments,” Wilson, a board-certified nurse practitioner, says. Her treatments and skincare solutions are tailored to the unique needs of each individual patient to help them look and feel their best. She adds, “I love partnering with my patients on their journeys to looking and feeling like the best, most natural versions of themselves.” In addition to her practice, Wilson has served many local charities, from the American Heart Association to the American Cancer Society of Chattanooga. Wilson is also the founder of the “My Fair Lady” project, which provides support and self-care for underserved women.

 

“I have dedicated my professional life to perfecting the art of nonsurgical aesthetic enhancements.”

 

1. What is one of your happiest professional moments?

Owning my own practice was my dream, and I finally had the opportunity to fulfill it. Along with mentor and medical director Dr. Terry Melvin, I have spent the last year bringing my vision to life.

2. What is your philosophy when it comes to the care for your patients?

I am completely dedicated to my patients. Their concerns are my concerns, and I am passionate about helping them achieve the look and the life they have always dreamed of through education and medical cosmetic treatments.

3. What is your best advice for patients?

Do the best with what you have and then move on! Move on to make a difference in other’s lives – that is where beauty and happiness live.

4. What would you consider to be your main strengths?

I have extensive training in the art and science of facial beauty by world-renowned providers and leaders in the field. As a result, I have had the opportunity to teach and train others to provide the care I am so passionate about.

5. What’s the key to making a great first impression?

Not, “Here I am!” but “There you are!” A great first impression is achieved when we are present in the moment with a genuine curiosity for others.

 

 

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