Orlando Cosmetic Surgery, LLC welcomes the addition of Ashley Thomas, PA-C to our staff of physician assistants. She is a native Floridian and trained at Nova Southeastern University and has a Masters Degree of Medical Science. Ashley will be on sight in our office to help patients before and after surgery.
She also is available for skin care consultations, and performs treatments with Botox and Juvederm. Her hours are from 7:30am through 3:30pm Monday through Friday.
Halloween safety tips for Parents:
Bring treats home before eating them so parents can inspect them. Although the risk that your child’s Halloween candy has been tampered with is extremely low, there is also the chance that his candy is unwrapped or spoiled. Use costume knives and swords that are flexible, not rigid or sharp.
- Safe Costumes
Wear clothing that is bright, reflective, and flame retardant. Consider using face paint instead of masks. (Masks can obstruct a child’s vision.)Avoid wearing hats that will slide over their eyes. Avoid wearing long, baggy, or loose costumes or oversized shoes (to prevent tripping). Be reminded to look left, right, and left again before crossing the street.
Parents and adults should: Supervise the outing for children under age 12. Etablish a curfew (a return time) for older children.
Prepare homes for trick-or-treaters by clearing porches, lawns, and sidewalks and by placing jack-o-lanterns away from doorways and landings. Avoid giving choking hazards such as gum, peanuts, hard candies, or small toys as treats to young children. Inspect all candy for safety before children eat it. Parents and adults should ensure the safety of pedestrian trick-or-treaters Make sure children under age 10 are supervised as they cross the street. Read More.
Drive slowly and we wish all of our clients and friends a safe and happy Halloween!