PLYMOUTH — Mountain Medical Aesthetics, a new facial enhancement practice, opens access to Botox and dermal filler treatments for people living in the greater Plymouth area.

"Ms. (Kristina) Stalnaker and I are excited to bring these treatments to the Plymouth area," says Steven Ball. "We are local providers delivering the same level of care, confidentiality, and competitive rates."

Mountain Medical Aesthetics offers many convenient appointment times and will work with new clients' schedules to accommodate them. "Being that we are local residents working within the local medical community, we can offer flexible scheduling," explains Ms. Stalnaker. Mountain Medical Aesthetics has also formed a partnership with the Common Man Inn and Spa, which has resulted in the perfect combination of pampering and aesthetic treatment in your own backyard.

Ball has worked in the health care field for 15 years and held a variety of different positions. His current position is as a certified registered nurse anesthetist (CRNA), administering anesthesia as an independent practitioner at Speare Memorial Hospital. He says, "I always enjoyed the intricacy and care of plastic surgery patients. Seeing the results afterwards and the satisfaction of the patients was very fulfilling."

Stalnaker had a similar experience as a surgical registered nurse (RN) at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon. "As an RN I frequently assisted in intense plastic surgery cases and was able to appreciate the care required of the patients," she says.

Mountain Medical Aesthetics has flexible appointment times available, both at the Common Man Inn and Spa and in the comfort of a patient's own home. To schedule a consultation call 481.1164 or email mmaesthetics@hotmail.com.

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