Volume 14 - Issue 9 - September 2006

Hiring a consultant is a frequent consideration for an aesthetic physician. The lure of someone who can either transform your practice from one centered on general dermatology to one centered on cosmetic procedures or who can take your run-of-the-mill cosmetic practice to the next level is alluring, to say the least. But before you jump head-first into hiring someone, there are some things you need to know. Big Promises Typical consultants drive the 7 series BMW, dress well and speak a language that we, as physicians, are not accustomed to. The discussions of “pati