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Louise Carrabba

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Louise is our dedicated Certified CoolSculpting Specialist. Originally from England, Louise formally trained as a Registered Nurse. She was educated in London, at King’s College and specialized in cardiothoracic nursing. She then transitioned into the administration and management of private medical practices. Her passion for helping women and men improve the way they look and feel makes her a wonderful addition to our team. Louise is an expert in her field, as measured by years of experience, level of certification, and the number of Coolsculpting treatments performed. Her bedside manner makes our patients feel well taken care of and instantly at ease. She is a keen listener and helps each patient determine whether Coolsculpting is the right type of treatment based on his or her individual goals. She has a warm sense of humor and shows genuine care for each patient she interacts with. She has eagerly participated in the highest level of Coolsculpting training, attending the CoolSculpting University in Pleasanton, CA. Her commitment to excellence with CoolSculpting technology is unsurpassed.

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Although there is no substitute for a face-to-face consultation, we can often help determine whether you are a suitable candidate for a specific plastic surgery procedure by viewing your photos, and, in many situations, will be able to provide a preliminary estimate. Please note these are estimates only and may change after the provider evaluates you in person.

It is important that you send us images of sufficient quality so that we can adequately assess your cosmetic concerns.

General Photo Taking Guidelines

  • Have another person take your photos or use a camera timer. We do not accept selfies (handheld or on a selfie stick) as they are taken from too close of a distance that often distorts proportions.
  • Use a solid color background without any objects (a plain wall works great).
  • For face/neck, make sure eyeglasses are off and hair is pulled away from the face as much as possible.
  • Orient the camera vertically so that the framed picture is a vertical rectangle (higher up/down than side/side) instead of a horizontal rectangle.
  • Take photos facing the camera straight-on, at 45-degrees (3/4 view), 90-degrees (side-view), and for liposuction with your back facing the camera.
  • For Rhinoplasty, the bottom of the nose (view of the nostrils) is an important angle.
  • (Optional) For breast augmentation, lift, or reduction, please send us your under breast measurement.
  • (Optional) For liposuction or abdominoplasty (tummy tuck), please send us a measurement of your waist and hips.

Detailed instructions specifically for face/neck photos can be found on our website HERE.

 
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