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Arkansas District Office Success Stories

Arkansas District Office Success Stories

ADVANCED AESTHETICS OF ARKANSAS, INC.

Chotsie Adney, owner of Advanced Aesthetics in Little Rock, welcomes clients to a new concept in health & beauty. Under the guidance of plastic surgeons certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, Adney and her team incorporate the most advanced skin care, cosmetic products, and skin and laser treatments into their services. A primary emphasis is put on client education and the integrity of their products and services. As a member of the Society of Plastic Surgical Skin Care Specialists, the company is held to the highest standards of care in the industry.

Adney received her Aestheticians License in Oklahoma City in 1985. After practicing in Oklahoma City and Boston, she returned to Little Rock in 1989 where she practiced in various salons and also with the Chief of Plastic Surgery at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS). Seeing the advantage of using medical aesthetics to enhance healing and recovery, they created a formal partnership to use their collective expertise. They also became members of Arkansas Plastic Surgery (APS). In 2005 Adney purchased the aesthetics business from Arkansas Plastic Surgery. In 2010, she received an SBA guaranteed loan funded through Arkansas Capital Corporation. She used the proceeds to expand her working space and purchase additional equipment, furniture, and fixtures. After the loan, the company was able to double the number of employees and revenues grew by 122%.

Adney is a charter member of the Society of Plastic Surgical Skin Care Specialists, an organization created by and affiliated with the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Through her business, she supports a number of charities and foundations including the Baptist Health Foundation, the First United Methodist Church of Little Rock, Arkansas Children’s Hospital Auxiliary, Habitat for Humanity, the Junior League of Little Rock, and the Miracle League of Arkansas.

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