NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Jan 29, 2015) - "As opposed to solely focusing on a single aspect of patient care, we endeavor to take more of a comprehensive approach at 740 Aesthetics," states Dr. Stafford R. Broumand, a board certified plastic surgeon in Manhattan. "It's not simply about coming here for an aesthetic concern, undergoing a particular treatment or procedure, and then being done. Instead, we incorporate three principal stages into our patient care approach to help individuals both look and feel their best for a long time to come."
According to Dr. Broumand, the three stages of his global approach to healthcare are preservation, maintenance, and correction. He notes that each patient who comes into his practice will fall into one of these categories based on his or her specific needs and goals. "For some individuals, it could initially be the preservation stage, which may necessitate topical skin care treatments, nutrition and lifestyle modifications, or noninvasive procedures to help preserve what is youthful and attractive," he explains in a recent blog post. Others, he continues, may be seeking a corrective procedure from the outset in order to restore a more youthful facial, breast, or body appearance.
Regardless of the initial stage in which patients are categorized, Dr. Broumand says the key maintaining beauty, health, and wellness throughout the life-long aging process typically involves transition from one phase to another. For instance, if an individual first undergoes a corrective procedure like eyelid surgery, he notes they will often be moved onto a preservation or maintenance routine afterward to ensure lasting results. Similarly, a patient who begins with topical and/or noninvasive treatments during the preservation stage may eventually progress to a more maintenance-based plan that incorporates minimally invasive procedures to help maintain their appearance.
Ultimately, Dr. Broumand states that his practice offers a full spectrum of treatments and procedures to accommodate these various stages of aging, and he credits his team of various qualified professionals for his practice's ability to bridge the gap between all aspects of patient care. "In the end, the combination of all these elements can help preserve the investment each individual makes in his or her appearance throughout the aging process."
About Stafford R. Broumand, MD
Dr. Broumand earned his medical degree from Yale University and completed his training in Plastic Surgery at the Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School. He then underwent a Fellowship in Burn Reconstruction at Massachusetts General Hospital/Shriners Burns Institute, as well as a Fellowship in Cosmetic and Craniofacial Surgery at the College des Medicines de Paris, France - Hospital Necker. Dr. Broumand is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, and he is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. He is available for interview upon request.
To learn more, visit drbroumand.com and plus.google.com/116854346415151015247/about.
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