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What Does Medical Aesthetics Mean?

By: imajschool
The last time you visited your local mall or shopping center did you wonder what that new medical spa was? What does that mean? What do they do there? Would it be something I might be interested in? The answer to that question is that a medical spa offers medical aesthetic services? I know, I know, what are medical aesthetic services?

The answer is this; Medical aesthetic services involve high-technology skin care that represents the fusion of healthcare and beauty services. It is the use of advanced technologies to provide a medically based procedure designed to cause a significant cosmetic change or enhancement. These services can involve the use of lasers or other energy based devices.

As the baby-boomer generation reaches their 50s, the demand for anti-aging services has increased significantly. The ability to provide dramatic benefits without surgery has been a perfect match for this segment of the population. The resulting rise in the number of medical spas or aesthetic medical practices has made these lunchtime procedures more accessible, and has aided in their increasing popularity. The ideal result of a medical aesthetic procedure is to keep your friends and co-workers wondering what looks different about you, why do you look refreshed and more youthful without a change so dramatic to make people wonder if you have gone under the knife. Most importantly, these enhancements can be made without anesthesia, downtime, or significant discomfort.

As we enter into 2007, a medical aesthetics provider can provide solutions to nearly every cosmetic enhancement you can dream of. A Medical Aesthetician or Laser Technician can provide solutions to everything from the removal of unwanted hair to cellulite reduction. Wrinkles can be reduced with ease, and that tattoo of your first loves name, which doesnt happen to be your current love, can be removed. Living with spider veins or birthmarks can be a thing of the past. How about tightening your skin or eliminating acne without medication? All of this is possible and happens daily at the more than 2,000 medical spas that populate nearly every region of the country.

The most popular cosmetic medical procedure is Botox. Botox involves the use of a mild neurotoxin that inhibits the signals the brain sends to the affected facial muscles in order to prevent the formation of wrinkles and fine lines. If youve never had Botox this might sound a bit crazy, but more than 2 million such procedures were performed last year alone. So what do all of those people know that you dont? More and more people are learning the wonderful benefits of making medical aesthetic services a regular part of their day to day lives. The new world of high technology skin care can give you the confidence to feel good about the way you look.

As with anything, it is important to know that your medical aesthetician is properly trained and has the experience to help you to realize all of the potential benefits of cosmetic enhancements such as Botox and laser hair reduction. Ask the right questions to make certain that your provider is qualified, and then get ready for the new you!

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About The Author, imajschool

Jason Begley is one of the original founders of the Institute for Medical Aesthetics, which is the largest and most experienced medical aesthetics training school in North America. For more information, please visit

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