What is Aesthetic Medicine and How Can it Help Me?
Improve Your Quality of Life with Aesthetic Medicine
‘Aesthetic Medicine’ is a quick and fancy way to say ‘all of the medical specialties which focus on improving cosmetic appearance’ – usually dermatology, plastic surgery, and reconstructive surgery. These specialties treat things like spider veins, discoloration, scars, moles, unwanted hair, unwanted body fat, cellulite, liver spots (also called ‘age spots’), and wrinkles, in an effort to make the patient feel better about their appearance, improve their quality of life, and boost their emotional well-being.
Aesthetic medicine uses both surgical and non-surgical procedures, so it can be easily tailored to fit your needs. These can include:
- Breast Augmentation
- Chemical Peels
- Radio Frequency Ablation
- Laser Therapy for Stretch Marks
- Laser Hair Removal
Among many other procedures. Many practitioners employ a mix of both surgical and non-surgical procedures in order to provide patients with the best result possible.
Once you meet Dr. Imboden, he will help you decide which aspects of your body cause you the most stress and what you feel needs the most improvement. Then, he will help to set up an inclusive treatment plan that will tackle these areas and assist you in getting out there and living your life rather than staying on the sidelines. As one patients puts it:
“Dr. Imboden cares about each patient. He “listens” to the patient and works with the patient to bring them to their optimal health.”
If you feel that aesthetic medicine can help improve your life and overall well-being, contact us to talk over your options and decide the best way forward for you.