Ashley Erickson, RN
The CENTER for Advanced Facial Plastic Surgery is honored to have Ashley Erickson, RN as part of our team. Ashley performs all non-surgical cosmetic and facial paralysis treatments at the CENTER, including Botox, fillers (Restylane & Juvederm), Kybella, Ulthera, PRP, microneedling, lasers, chemical peels, and skin care assessments.
Upon joining the CENTER, Dr. Babak Azizzadeh trained Ashley extensively in his innovative and comprehensive non-surgical facial rejuvenation philosophies. When Ashley treats patients, she uses techniques pioneered by Dr. Azizzadeh to achieve the best and most natural looking results. Additionally, she provides facial paralysis patients with Botox and filler treatments to create more facial symmetry. Regardless of the reason a patient has come to see Ashley, her goal is to make them look and feel their best!
Born and raised in Seattle, Ashley comes from a family of nurses. Growing up Ashley knew she wanted to continue the family tradition. After earning her bachelor’s degree at Marymount University in Palos Verdes, she completed nursing school in Orange County. After becoming a registered nurse, Ashley worked in the operating room along side plastic and reconstructive surgeons. Spending so much time in the OR with plastic surgeons, Ashley quickly realized she wanted to help patients achieve their cosmetic and anti-aging goals herself. Taking her lifelong artistic talents and pairing those with her nursing skills, Ashley cultivated a career in facial aesthetic treatments.
“I love working in facial aesthetics because I am able to use my artistic eye. A patient’s face is my canvas!”Ashley Erickson
In addition to helping patients at the CENTER, Ashley donates her time to volunteer around the community and with her church. In the past she has participated in several international surgical missions, including trips to Haiti, Ghana, and Mexico.
In her spare time, Ashley loves to travel internationally to experience new cultures, practice yoga, hike all over LA, enjoy the beach, and ski in the winter.