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web design, practice website

Is Your Practice Website Designed for Success?

As an aesthetic professional you no doubt spend a lot of time directing your discerning eye toward hooked noses, receding chins and sagging butts and tummies — but have you ever given your website a similarly critical look? A quick surf around the web suggests you should. The sad fact is that many practice websites, […]

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before and after photos, visual learning, patient privacy

Image is Everything: Photos + Social = Better Consumer Engagement

If you were to tally what captures people’s interest on the Internet, you could say that the eyes have it. It’s true, and bad puns aside, all you have to do is look at recent developments in social media to recognize that the old saying “a picture is worth a thousand words” may be undervaluing […]

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patient photos, personally identifiable information, confidentiality

Could Your Before & After Photos Cost You Millions?

When it comes to showcasing your work, the old saying couldn’t be more true: A picture really is worth a thousand words. Simply put, potential patients love to see how other patients’ skin, faces and bodies have changed through cosmetic surgery. Sometimes, however, that “value” comes with a high price tag, a reality that has […]

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Cosmetic Surgery: the Cure for Unflattering Profile Photos?

Remember the old saying, a picture is worth a thousand words? These days, a good photo may be worth a lot more than that, especially when it’s posted as part of an online profile on a social media site. From making new friends to landing new jobs, people are discovering that how they look online […]

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The Power of Patient Photos: Best Practices for Doctors

If you use patient photos on your practice website, you already know they’re a great way to showcase your work, encourage visitors to explore further and, hopefully, generate new business. Unfortunately, they can also generate serious legal consequences for doctors who don’t take the appropriate steps to safeguard the privacy of the people in them. […]

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