Grand Rapids, MI (PRWEB) March 20, 2013
Dr. Steven L. Ringler, the most experienced cosmetic plastic surgeon in Grand Rapids, Michigan is moving his medical practice, the Center for Aesthetics and Plastic Surgery, from Grand Valley Surgical Center to a new, state-of-the art office located at 1151 East Paris SE on March 15. Business at the new office will commence on April 2.
An expansion of non-surgical services and general growth of the medical practice were primary considerations for the move.
Dr. Ringler explained, “Despite the economic recession, the past three years have been the busiest of my 30 year career. Patients today enjoy having more non-surgical options and minimally invasive procedures when seeking to improve their appearance, and our practice has embraced that trend. We have also had tremendous growth in the number of men seeking plastic surgery, and our geographic reach now expands to all areas of Michigan and into many other states as well.”
The new southeast office offers over 6,000 sq. feet of space. The office design is by architect Jeff Visser, construction was completed by Douglas Sumner Builders and interior design by Ashley Cole Design. Sophisticated and comfortable for both men and women, the office provides complimentary on-site parking and two private entrances to the practice. The expanded space allows for many of the non-surgical services as well as the Hair Restoration Institute, of which Dr. Ringler is the founder and medical director.
Dr. Ringler has been in plastic surgery practice in Grand Rapids for 30 years, with the last 15 devoted exclusively to cosmetic surgery. His surgical specialties include; facial surgery, breast and body contouring.
Dedicated to teaching, Dr. Ringler has served as director of the Grand Rapids plastic surgery residency program for 12 years. He has also chaired an international plastic surgery conference, the Virgin Islands Workshop for 18 years, which has been the springboard for many of his expanded services and surgical techniques.
Dr. Ringler explains, “ Plastic surgery is such an exciting field, because it continues to evolve. The international faculty of the Virgin Islands Workshop provides leading edge concepts when it comes to innovation, so I often come back with ideas for new surgical techniques or technology to offer my patients.”
Non-surgical services include; Coolsculpting, for freezing small areas of fat; Ultherapy, an ultrasonic technique for lifting and tightening the skin; laser hair removal, and a complete skin care and hair care center. Dr. Ringler has been conducting research in hair restoration for over twenty years, and his new medical, botanical hair care product line, Hair Prescriptives, will be launching this spring.
Ringler continued, “We’re very excited about our beautiful new office and expanded services, but I think our dedication to exceptional customer service is what really sets our practice apart.”
In addition to cosmetic surgery, Dr. Ringler is the founder of the Michigan Chapter of Operation Smile and dedicates time each year to providing volunteer surgical service to children with cleft lips and palates around the world.
Dr. Steven L. Ringler is a board-certified plastic surgeon at the Center for Aesthetics and Plastic Surgery in Grand Rapids, Michigan, who performs a wide range of cosmetic plastic surgery procedures including: facelift, breast augmentation and reduction, rhinoplasty, liposuction and body contouring. Dr. Ringler also offers many minimally and non-invasive procedures such as Botox, facial fillers, Cellulaze, CoolSculpting, Ultherapy, hair restoration and skin care services. Dr. Ringler received his medical degree from Michigan State University, and completed his plastic surgery residency program in Grand Rapids, Michigan, followed by a microsurgery fellowship at Southern Illinois University. Dr. Ringler has held many leadership positions throughout his career and is frequently listed among the Best Doctors in America in plastic surgery.
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