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Georgia B. Cirese


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Georgia Cirese, Owner/Founder – Georgia, Certified Aesthetic Nurse Specialist (CANS), began working in the aesthetic field in 1999, learning the pearls of the industry by supporting plastic surgeon and best-selling author Jerome Lamb, MD, in his state-of-art surgery center and Medical Spa.  Her passion for safe patient care combined with her talented aesthetic eye allowed her to combine science and art to develop expertise with aesthetic injections.

In 2005, she joined a dermatology practice, treating patients in Leawood, KS and in 2006 adding Lee’s Summit, MO.  This transition allowed her to add laser and skin care treatments to her menu of services, providing a full continuum of care to patients within this well-known dermatology center.  Georgia’s work allowed her to treat over thousands of patients in the Kansas City market every year, becoming the largest provider of Allergan products in the area. 

Education and training has long been a passion for Georgia, so she has enjoyed serving as a mentor for others in the industry.  A trainer for Allergan (BOTOX Cosmetic, Juvederm fillers and Kybella) since 2009, she also trains nationally for the premier Continuing Medical Education training company, Aesthetic Advancements Institute.   Her skill has also been recognized by the International Society of Plastic and Aesthetic Nurses as she has served on the faculty for their national meeting as well. 

Georgia brings years of education and experience to her aesthetic practice, providing patients with safe and natural looking injections.  Her philosophy will always focus on helping patients to looking fresh and natural, believing that “the best aesthetic treatments are undetectable.” 

In October 2019, Georgia partnered with her daughter Mary Katelyn Cirese and opened Georgous Aesthetic Bar located two blocks north of the Country Club Plaza inside the Fisher Law Building.  As Kansas City’s first Aesthetic Bar, she knew she wanted to focus on becoming a premier facility.