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What makes Dr. Saluja an “Ace Injector”?

Dr. Saluja started injecting Botox® in 2001, when it was first approved for cosmetic use. That’s 16 years of growing with a brand that has taken over the world of anti-aging. She has also gained expertise injecting Dysport®, another wrinkle relaxer. In fact, Dr. Saluja, is in the top 1% of all injectors in volume (now that’s a lot of injections)! She holds high awards with both of the largest injectable manufacturs Allergan, Black Diamond level, and Galderma, Presidential Champion level. Injectables Dr. Saluja

Dr. Saluja’s credentials don’t stop there. She is on the prestigious National Allergan Aesthetics Medical Advisory Board. Allergan is the company behind Botox®, the Juvederm hyaluronic acid fillers, and Kybella® the newest injectable to dissolve fat in the neck. Dr. Saluja is a Board Certified Dermatologist and was trained at The University of Michigan Medical School and at Emory University School of Medicine, completing her Medical degree at 20 years of age.

There are many FDA approved injectables on the aesthetic market today and Dr. Saluja has injected thousands of happy faces using neuromodulators (Botox®, Dysport®, Xeomin®) and fillers (Restylane®, Restylane® Silk, Restylane® Lyft, Restylane® Refyne, Defyne, Juvederm Ultra and Ultra Plus, Volbella, Voluma, Vollure, Radiesse®, Bellafill® and Sculptra®). She customizes product selection thoughtfully and skillfully based on her patients’ needs and aesthetic goals utilizing the BeautiPHIcation technique, in which she is also certified. Dr. Saluja is truly an expert on the anatomy of the face. Her philosophy is to have her patients looking like they were just “born lucky” and to restore balance and harmony in the face.

The entire process of injectables with Dr. Saluja has been thought out without a missing detail. Your injectables are literally brought into the treatment room on a silver platter and advanced comfort techniques are available such as cooling ice rollers, vibrating distractors, and compound anesthetic gel to minimize discomfort. Micro-cannulas are used for select injections which can lead to less bruising, less discomfort, and less downtime (less than 5% of practitioners use micro-cannulas). If bruising does occur, Vitamedica Arnica tablets or gel is available for patients or a complimentary laser treatment with the Excel V laser that greatly reduces bruising. All patients are encouraged to be photographed, which allows patients to see their transformation journey.

Dr. Saluja and Dr. Novo are the only ones that inject neuromodulators and fillers at Dermatology + Plastic Surgery in Melbourne, FL. Physician injectors have thousands of hours of hands on patient procedural experience. 75% of Dr. Saluja’s dermatology practice is injectables.  Defining Dr. Saluja as an “Ace Injector” compacts all of her outstanding credentials in one, small phrase. Please be sure to keep up with Dr. Saluja, Dr. Novo and our office on our YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram pages.

As a final and important note, injectable procedures are not without risk or possible side effect, even if Dr. Saluja injects. Let’s communicate and be as prepared as possible on this aesthetic journey.  



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