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Discover the transformative potential of Face First Medical Aesthetics and Wellness

Orillia's first nurse practitioner-led clinic, where safety, expertise, and personalized care come first

Face First Medical Aesthetics and Wellness, led by nurse practitioner Emily Greb, stands out not only for its extensive range of treatments but also for the deeply personal journey that inspired its inception.

Greb's motivation to start the clinic stems from her own childhood experiences. Born with a benign vascular tumour over her left eye, Greb underwent several surgeries throughout her childhood to remove the tumour in stages. This personal battle with disfigurement has fueled her passion for helping others feel confident and beautiful in their own skin. 

Offerings & team

At the forefront of Face First Medical Aesthetics & Wellness is a commitment to providing safe, effective, and personalized medical aesthetic treatments performed by Greb and a team of highly trained, regulated healthcare professionals, ensuring that each client receives the highest standard of care.

Greb, who also maintains a family practice, emphasizes the importance of having a regulated healthcare provider perform services and stresses that every patient undergoes a thorough consultation to ensure safety and efficacy.

The clinic specializes in a wide array of services, including neuromodulator injections for wrinkle relaxation, hyaluronic acid dermal fillers, platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections for hair restoration, and cutting-edge laser services for skin resurfacing and hair removal. 

In addition to cosmetic procedures provided by registered nurses Megan Archer, Christa Davidson and Arlene Zipagang and registered practical nurses Keara Sweet and Courtney Pye, the clinic offers innovative wellness treatments like the Emsella Chair for pelvic floor strengthening and the EMSculpt Neo for body contouring. 

“All injectors are advanced, regulated healthcare providers, ensuring that treatments are not only effective but also adhere to the highest standards of medical care,” Greb added.

The clinic's team includes medical aestheticians and certified laser technicians Kelsey Hancock and Sera Monteiro, who bring their specialized knowledge to provide top-notch laser-based treatments. 

"This Nurse Practitioner-led venture is not just a significant addition to Orillia's medical aesthetics scene; it's a reflection of a broader shift towards more inclusive and accessible wellness services," said Greb. "We are here to ensure that our clients receive the most advanced treatments available in a safe, confidential, and welcoming environment."

This diverse team of professionals is dedicated to guiding clients through their wellness and aesthetic journeys, offering a holistic approach to beauty and health.

"We listen to our patients, what are their goals, what are their wishes, and we work with them.”

One of the clinic's unique offerings is its focus on regenerative aesthetic medicine, particularly the use of bio-stimulators like Sculptra and Radiese, which promote the body's own collagen production for natural and long-lasting results. 

"We have really shifted our focus from augmentation to regenerative aesthetic medicine," Greb explains.

With this focus, the clinic is ready to answer the most common question in medical aesthetics: "Where do I start?" With Face First, the answer lies in a personalized, comprehensive consultation designed to navigate the plethora of treatment options available.

For more information or to schedule a complimentary consultation, visit Face First Medical Aesthetics & Wellness in person at 21 Matchedash Street or online, or contact the clinic directly at [email protected]

Embrace the opportunity to enhance your well-being and aesthetic goals with the expert care of Emily Greb, NP, and her dedicated team.