Considering aesthetic treatments but worried about the cost? We are looking for medical aesthetic models to work one-on-one with our industry professionals.
At PCMC you can rest assured that if you decide to become a model (volunteer patient) for treatments by our Doctor and Nurses that you will receive the same high-quality treatment all of our patients expect. This may be a treatment using a new product or for promotional purposes.
What to expect?
When you register as a model for one of our training sessions, you can expect to make well-informed choices regarding your procedures. You will receive detailed guidance that will explain each process in detail and Pre & Post instructions so that you get the most out of your procedure. We have no wish to make any model unhappy with their treatment.
Models are an integral part of the PCMC training philosophy. It is essential that you feel comfortable choosing us for your aesthetic needs, and we will be happy to answer any questions you may have about the modelling/client experience.
Consent for photography
We require all of our models to consent to their before and after photos being published online and at conferences. We may be able to mask identity.
Are you ready to take the next steps to become a PCMC Model?
Begin by filling in our registration form so we can contact you. After assessment and registration, we will get the necessary paperwork to complete and bring to your appointment. Appointment times are confirmed over the phone or via email by one of our clinic team. On the day of the treatment, models will have a consultation with an experienced instructor. And a completed health questionnaire will help determine the overall aesthetic goals.
How do you select models?
Models are asked to register online or via phone. Once PCMC has your contact information and preliminary registration form, we will contact you for a consultation and inform you of the next steps.
What areas can be treated as a model during the training?
We like to select our models based on the product we are trialling or training for. A wide range of area can be treated with a range of products. This can be discussed better at a face to face consultation.
Who performs the procedures?
Procedures are performed by the nursing staff and Dr Nola (all licensed medical professionals).
What if I'm not sure what I want/need to be done?
You will be given a consultation before any procedures. You may ask the practitioner for their opinion, although you are not required to follow their suggestions. We encourage you to ask questions during your consultation.
What if I don't like my results?
Contact PCMC if you are dissatisfied with your results. Send us a photo with your explanation of your complaint? Even though results cannot be guaranteed for any of the procedures; we will review the specifics of your case and attempt to rectify the situation.
Terms & Conditions
Botox® is a prescription medicine for the treatment of frown lines, horizontal forehead lines and crow’s feet around the eyes, and excessive sweating under the arms.
Botox® has risks and benefits.
Ask your specialist if Botox is right for you. If you have side effects, see your doctor. You will need to pay for Botox® and clinic fees will apply.
For details on precautions & side effects consult your healthcare professional or the Consumer Medicine Information (CMI) at www.medsafe.govt.nz .
Botox® treatment lasts about 4 months and further courses of treatment may be necessary.
(Contains botulinum toxin A 50,100 & 200 units)
Allergan (NZ) Limited, Auckland.