15 Aug

 Dr. Craig Staebel at Georgetown Plastic Surgery offers nonsurgical permanent makeup

Georgetown, TX – The American Society of Plastic Surgeons defines permanent makeup as micropigmentation in which an organic pigment is embedded beneath the skin to add permanent color. Micropigmentation might sound like an exotic medical term, but it’s actually another word for cosmetic tattooing, also known as permanent makeup. Micropigmentation can disguise scars and white spots, enhance thin or missing eyebrows, add color and shape to lips, and even create the look of blush and eye shadow. Dr. Craig Staebel and his staff at Georgetown Plastic Surgery offer permanent makeup as part of their nonsurgical services. All procedures are done in their surgical office following strict sterile protocols, an important aspect of any tattooing procedure.
Why would anyone consider permanent makeup? Think of the visually impaired woman who finds it difficult to apply her own makeup; or someone with motor impairments such as arthritis or Parkinson’s disease; or a person allergic or sensitive to conventional cosmetics. Even active women who don’t want to sweat off their cosmetics during a tennis game or spend time fussing with makeup in the morning might consider permanent makeup.
“Will it hurt?” is often the first question that arises when someone considers the procedure. Dr. Staebel explains that everyone’s tolerance to minor discomfort is different, but most clients agree that permanent cosmetic procedures are far more comfortable than they anticipated. The medical staff at Georgetown Plastic Surgery uses a prescription-strength topical anesthetic, which takes effect in about 30 minutes, and may be reapplied during the procedure, if needed, to ensure continued comfort. After the procedure, clients may experience some swelling, but within several days, the pigment will be healed. The client’s appearance will soften over the first few weeks, leaving an enhanced appearance.
Georgetown Plastic Surgery is a cosmetic surgery center serving patients throughout Georgetown and Austin. Dr. Craig Staebel is a Diplomate of the American Board of Plastic Surgery who is known for his professional demeanor and superb level of artistry. His practice includes cosmetic surgical procedures such as face lifts, liposuction, and rhinoplasty, and nonsurgical procedures such as Botox, facial peels, and permanent makeup. To contact Georgetown Plastic Surgery, call 512.686.1650.
About Georgetown Plastic Surgery: Georgetown Plastic Surgery is a cosmetic surgery center, specializing in both surgical and nonsurgical cosmetic procedures. Located in Georgetown, the medical practice serves the Georgetown, Austin, Round Rock, Killeen, and Cedar Park areas. Contact Georgetown Plastic Surgery at 512.686.1650. To find out more about Georgetown Plastic Surgery, visit them on the Web at
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Company: Georgetown Plastic Surgery
Contact Name:  Craig Staebel
Address: South Austin Avenue Medical Building
3201 South Austin Avenue
Suite 305
Georgetown, TX 78626
Telephone: 512.686.1650
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