SAN DIEGO, Sept. 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The 2017 San Diego's Best Union-Tribune Readers Poll awards are complete, and
In addition, three of LJCSC's board certified plastic surgeons—Dr. H. Michael Roark, Dr. John M. Smoot, and Dr. Ervin Wheeler—were voted as "San Diego Favorites" in the category for individual cosmetic surgeons.
Dr. Smoot, who currently serves as Medical Director of LJCSC, comments:
"On behalf of our entire team, I am honored to be recognized by San Diego area residents as their top choice for cosmetic surgery. We strive to provide an exceptional experience for patients as we help them reach their aesthetic goals. Being voted best cosmetic surgery group for so many years running reflects the fact that not only are patients happy with their procedure outcomes, but also that our level of care meets or exceeds their expectations."
LJCSC has earned the title of "Best Cosmetic Surgery Group" by the Union-Tribune Readers Poll nine times since 2008. The Laser & Skincare Clinic at LJCSC, directed by board certified physician assistant Lauren Amico-Reed, PA-C, MMS, has been voted "Best Medical Spa" for the past four years.
"Our aesthetic services team works diligently to provide the latest non-surgical face, body and skincare technologies and treatments with the highest level of safety and expertise. We are thrilled to receive this award for another year, as it shows our efforts are making a positive difference in our patients' lives," states Amico-Reed.
About San Diego's Best Union-Tribune Readers Poll Awards
The San Diego's Best Union-Tribune Readers Poll is conducted annually to recognize local businesses and professionals in over 175 categories that its readers like best and would recommend to others seeking similar services. The contest begins with a nomination period, during which readers submit the names of businesses and individuals they favor. Readers then cast their vote for one nominee in each category. The nominee who receives the most votes is named "Best Of" in San Diego for their category.
LJCSC received the most votes out of the eight nominees for cosmetic surgery group; the Laser & Skincare Clinic at LJCSC received the most votes of five finalists in the medical spa category.
Celebrating nearly 30 years of excellence in cosmetic medicine
Founded in 1988, LJCSC was one of the nation's first private practices to focus solely on cosmetic surgery and has since served over 30,000 patients. Today, the practice's five board certified plastic surgeons and six-member aesthetic services team offer a comprehensive range of surgical procedures and nonsurgical treatments and technologies to enhance the face, breasts, body and skin.
Dr. Smoot states that he and his colleagues are proud of the practice's achievements over the years. "We recognize that patients have a lot of choices when it comes to San Diego and La Jolla plastic surgeons, and it is an honor that so many patients trust us with their appearance and well-being. We truly appreciate the support the community has shown over the years and look forward to continuing LJCSC's tradition of superior patient care in years to come."
About La Jolla Cosmetic Surgery Centre: LJCSC is located in the Scripps/XIMED Medical Building on the Scripps Memorial Hospital Campus, at 9850 Genesee Avenue, Suite 130, in La Jolla, CA. The Laser & Skincare Clinic at LJCSC is also located in the Scripps/XIMED Medical Building in Suite 380. Reach them by phone at 858-452-1981.
Media Contact: Marie Olesen, La Jolla Cosmetic Surgery Centre, www.ljcsc.com or 858-452-1981.
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SOURCE La Jolla Cosmetic Surgery Centre
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