HOUSTON, TX -- (Marketwire) -- 02/19/13 -- Dr. James Boynton, a board-certified Houston plastic surgeon, provides state-of-the-art plastic surgery procedures ranging from tummy tuck surgery to BOTOX® injections. In addition to staying at the top of his field in the operating room, Dr. Boynton seeks to keep Boynton Plastic Surgery functioning at the peak of patient care. As part of this endeavor, he and his practice have launched a new mobile website to adapt to the recent changes in patient research.
Boynton Plastic Surgery's new mobile website now allows patients to educate themselves and communicate with the practice on-the-go. Additionally, the site also offers easy access to interactive maps so patients can locate the practice more simply on a cell phone or mobile device. With one touch of the finger, patients can now call through to the practice or access information including:
•Comprehensive procedural information •Before-and-after photo galleries •Links to social media pages •Patient testimonials •One-touch calling or email •A map to the office •An online bill pay button •A "Se Habla Español" button
Incorporating cutting-edge technology into his practice is nothing new for Dr. Boynton. He is currently utilizing such innovative techniques as Strattice Reconstructive Tissue Matrix for breast augmentation procedures. Boynton Plastic Surgery's mobile website will ensure that Dr. Boynton's commitment to innovation supports his patients' needs both inside and outside of the office.
Dr. Boynton says the majority of his patients lead lives with busy work schedules or family demands. Many of these patients research the practice and their treatment options before they even schedule a consultation. In the past, he says patients would use desktop computers from their homes or offices to look up information on procedures such as breast lift, facelift, or mommy makeover. Now his patients are conducting much of their research on a mobile device -- whether that device be a cellphone on the go, or a tablet on the couch.
For this reason, Dr. Boynton wants information to be readily available no matter when -- or where -- his patients choose. He believes that a well-educated patient not only yields improved communication during the consultation, but also leads to realistic expectations for the patient and ultimately better surgical results. By improving doctor-patient communication, Dr. Boynton ensures that both he and his patients are always working toward the same aesthetic goals.
By designing a website specifically intended for a tablet or a cell phone, Dr. Boynton's patients are also able to navigate information in a more convenient manner. Dr. Boynton values the improved dialogue that results from patient research and says he will strive to continue to evolve his practice alongside technology and the ever-changing lifestyles of his Houston plastic surgery patients.
About James Boynton, MD, FACS
Dr. James Boynton earned his medical degree from the University of Texas Medical School at Houston and his undergraduate degree from Duke University. Dr. Boynton was named a "Top Doctor" in plastic surgery by U.S. News & World Report in 2012. He was also voted as a "Texas Super Doctors® Rising Star" by Texas Super Doctors® in 2011 and again in 2012. Additionally, in both 2011 and 2012 he was also named a "Regional Top Doctor" in Aesthetic Plastic Surgery by Castle Connolly. In 2011, The Consumers' Research Council of America listed Dr. Boynton as one of "America's Top Plastic Surgeons" and the International Association of Plastic Surgeons (IAPS) selected him as a "Leading Physician of the World" and "Top Plastic Surgeon in Texas." He is also board-certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery.
Dr. Boynton is available for interview upon request.
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Boynton Plastic Surgery
1900 St. James Place
Houston, TX 77056
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