Making Patients Beautiful Without Knife
When vascular surgeon, Jeffrey Kronson, picks up a scalpel he is likely working to save a life. The founder of the Whittier Vascular Surgery Center does the most intricate of surgeries to clear blocked arteries and restore the quality of life to his patients suffering from life threatening vascular disease. Dr. Kronson loves saving lives, but, he also loves enhancing lives.
Opening the Gia Laser Aesthetic Center, in Claremont, California, the respected physician and surgeon wanted to restore creditability to the beauty enhancement medical business by offering his patients an alternative to the 'knife'. "I'd rather use a scalpel to save lives," declares the surgeon. "Technology has now advanced where there are many ways to enhance beauty and reverse aging without invading the cosmetic envelope."
Dr. Kronson's new Laser Aesthetic Center might be one more reason Claremont, California is rated by MONEY magazine as one of the five best places to live in the United States. The city of trees and PHD's, Claremont, was the perfect destination for a doctor who doesn't see himself as part of the Dr. 90210 series. A fellow of the American College of Surgeons, Jeffrey Kronson, M.D. believes there is no reason for a face-lift if you are under 65 years old. "When a doctor invades the cosmetic envelope, cutting tissue, inflammation is created which needs to be repaired. There is inevitable scarring and removal of skin which can't be replaced."
Alternatives to plastic surgery include procedures that cost less, have fewer risk factors than traditional surgery, and have very little downtime. "We use lasers, dermal fillers, BOTOX, sclerotherapy, injection rhinoplasty, & photorejuvenation, to deliver our patients beauty enhancements, which improve their self confidence and often change their lives. The procedures also save patients money, an important consideration in today's tough economic times.