Preserve Medical Aesthetics is led by certified nurse injector Bree Evarts RN BSN. Bree works under the direction of Harvard trained, board certified plastic surgeon, Joseph Russo MD of Newton Ma.
Bree graduated from Georgetown University where she did her internship at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, after graduation she returned to the Boston area to begin her nursing career. She spent more than ten years working in the emergency room at Boston Medical Center with follow on work in both the UMass Worcester emergency room and Tufts Medical Center. The nature of a fast paced environment provided her ample opportunities to understand the importance of easing patient anxiety, effectively assessing patient care and hone her IV skills. This stand as the background and foundation to successfully lead her into the field of medical aesthetics and injectables.
Bree continues her training in the growing field of medical aesthetics attending trainings and conferences annually. She continues to learn the latest trends and techniques through Dr. Russo and the Aesthetic Institute of Massachusetts. Bree also works as a clinical instructor at The Aesthetic Institute of Massachusetts (AIM) for their introductory classes. Bree provides the clinical support to other medical professionals during their hands-on portion of their Introduction to Neurotoxin and Introduction to Dermal Filler classes.
Bree combines her nursing knowledge and injection techniques to develop a customized and conservative approach for every client. She focuses on spending time with each patient to discuss their goals and educate patients on treatment options and expectations. By reaching your goals through outstanding customer service and the highest level of patient safety, your results are her results. She is always committed to on-going training and educations to ensure her clients receive optimal care, excellent service and results that speak for themselves.
For information on services that Preserve Medial Aesthetics provides, please visit our Services page.