Dr. Michel Lawton of Bella Luce Medispa in Huntington Beach will be featured in the March, 2011 edition of Health Cares Magazine. The article is entitled “The New Attitudes About Aesthetic Medicine”.
Health Cares is a publication that reports on companies, trends and markets across the health and alternative medicine industry in California. The March issue is dedicated to dispelling some of the myths surrounding aesthetic medicine, which is now a $3 billion dollar industry and forecasted to double in the next decade due to the aging “baby boomer” population. Thanks to the many recent advances in medicine, people are living longer, healthier lives, and today men and women want to look as young as they feel.
Dr. Lawton’s practice is dedicated solely to non-surgical cosmetic treatment, such as Botox Cosmetic, dermal fillers like Juvederm, Restylane and Radiesse, and state-of-the-art chemical peels like the Vi-Peel from Kalil Medical Products. These non-invasive treatments can lessen the need, delay or prevent the need for more drastic procedures like cosmetic surgery. In the article, Dr. Lawton shares his view that “People are starting to view procedures like Botox and Dermal Fillers as preventive. They are becoming aware that those deep lines we all attribute to an aging face may not have to be their fate.”
Prior to opening Bella Luce Medispa, Dr. Lawton worked in a high-volume aesthetic practice that did not allow him the one-on-one doctor/patient relationship that he currently enjoys with his own practice. Patients under his care only seem him for all aesthetic treatments, unlike other aesthetic practices where nurses administer treatments. Dr. Lawton prides himself on establishing a long relationship with his patients, helping them look and feel younger.
You can view the full article at westerneditorial.com.
Dr. Lawton offers free consultations for all the cosmetic treatments he offers, and you can make an appointment by calling 714-846-5950 or visiting his website at bellalucespa.com for more information.