Thea Robinson, Licensed Practical Nurse, rounds out the all-medical staff at Laser Center of Milford. All treatments are conducted by our nurses or Doctor Ang: Botox, dermal fillers, laser hair removal, body sculpting, tattoo removal, hydrafacial, skin resurfacing, skin rejuvenation and toenail fungus removal. Nurse Robinson performs services and counsels patients and prospective patients.
Nurse Robinson graduated valedictorian, at the top of her nursing class at Porter and Chester Institute (PCI). In fact, she set a record for the highest grade point average (GPA) of anyone who has attended PCI. She is also a certified permanent makeup artist. Her skills also include micro-blading and micro-shading. She has been a nurse since 2019 and continues her studies, working toward a RN Esthetician degree. Prior to earning her nursing degree, she was a 911 Dispatcher for the City of Bridgeport for nine years. “Serving others has always been my life’s goal,” she said.
She has always been interested in beauty and presentation. “There is a lot of pressure these days for people to look their best. It’s an Instagram world. This is a very social era we’re living in. Our face is the first thing people see when we’re talking. Changing your skin can change how we see ourselves, how we present ourselves. Insecurity can kill your quality of life. But when you look good, you walk into a room and own it,” she said. “Confidence counts for a lot, in relationships, in business, in society.”
She likes the working environment at Laser Center of Milford. She describes it as very professional, yet relaxed and confident. “We always start with the medical side. We inform every treatment with nursing judgement, then add a little glitter and grace. We always insist on helping our patients make the best decision, not just for cosmetic reasons, but also for their health,” Nurse Robinson said.
“We can do some remarkable things with the new technology. People come to us with a wide variety of beauty and appearance concerns. Some are severely self-conscious. Others are just tired of dealing with blemishes or things that have happened to their skin over the years. Some have issues they’ve been dealing with their whole life. They don’t realize laser therapy is an option,” she said. “My best advice is to come in and let us have a look,” she added, “we’ll take good care of you and your skin.”
Nurse Robinson said the most common expression from her patients is, “I wish I’d done it sooner.”