Granite Bay Cosmetic Surgery Dubbed 'Cookie-cutter-free' Zone


Christa Clark, M.D., board certified plastic surgeon, wants to get personal with clients at her soon-to-be-opened, full-service cosmetic surgery center and medical spa. She's determined that the Granite Bay Cosmetic Surgery will be a "cookie-cutter-free" zone.  

In addition to a private, on-site surgery suite, the California-based center includes a full-service medical spa where patients receive personalized attention and individualized treatment plans to meet their esthetic goals in ways that fit their lifestyles.   

"It combines an experienced team of personnel with the latest in plastic surgery technology to offer the highest level of cosmetic care available in the Sacramento area," Clark said. "We are 100 percent committed to our patients' safety, satisfaction and well-being." 

A Dream Come True

Designed by Sacramento-based Stowell Architects with the interior designed by Valerie Hoffman at JLL, the 8,000-square-foot facility will play an integral role in the patient experience as soon as they step into the sanctuary-like atmosphere. 

Maximizing patient safety is also a primary goal. The facility will be accredited by the American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities, and anesthesia will be administered by a board-certified M.D. anesthesiologist. 

"Building my own practice has been a goal of mine for over a decade," said Clark. 

A Full-service Center 

As the medical director and sole plastic surgeon at Granite Bay Cosmetic Surgery, Clark will perform all cosmetic surgery procedures, including breast augmentation, breast reduction, tummy tuck and facelifts. Additionally, a team of licensed registered nurses and medical estheticians will provide a full range of non-surgical treatments, including Botox, filler injections, laser resurfacing and CoolSculpting fat reduction.

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