Due to practical knowledge and technological advancements, the delivery of medical procedures and services is quicker and less intrusive than what was possible previously. This is especially true in the area of minimally invasive cosmetic procedures that use Botox1 and Restylane2 injections, microdermabrasion and intense pulsed light (IPL) to provide beautiful, healthy skin to clients on their lunch breaks.
Meanwhile, many medical practices are beginning to adopt a more client-friendly approach. Offerings such as drive-through prescription pickups and outpatient treatment services are designed to meet the practical needs of the client, whose view of health has evolved to encompass much more than what traditional medicine provides, particularly in the field of cosmetic medicine.
Many view beauty and health as complementary areas that create a new sense of wellness—a blend of physical vigor and mental relaxation. Thus, there is a new belief that a trip to the doctor’s office can, and should, accomplish more than just fixing a malady. It should provide a feeling of overall well-being.