MARIETTA, GA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/17/13 -- Recently, Dr. Thomas Lintner announced the launch of a new responsive website for his Atlanta plastic surgery practice. The redesigned site now makes it easier for patients and those who are considering cosmetic enhancement treatment to view and navigate through information, regardless of what type of device they are using to access the website. Using responsive technology, the website automatically adjusts to any screen size, retaining organized menus for ease of use, and displaying the same amount of information on a tablet or smartphone as is displayed on a desktop computer. For prospective patients, the home page offers resources such as quick links to patient reviews, before and after photos, and the practice's video gallery.
Dr. Lintner says the staff at Advanced Aesthetic Surgery's Marietta and Woodstock locations is focused on providing excellent patient care, and that extends to the accessibility of information about their practice and what it offers. He explains that he and his staff are dedicated to making themselves readily available for their patients to the best of their ability. Dr. Lintner says the new responsive design of his website reflects this, with a one-touch call option on the site when viewed on a tablet or smartphone, as well as an easily located e-mail link. Other features of the website include:
•Information about available procedures, including breast augmentation, tummy tuck, and more •Staff profiles •Links to the practice's Facebook page and YouTube channel •Access to new patient forms •Financing information •Information about non-surgical options
Dr. Lintner says he strives to improve patient education in an effort to improve their overall experience. For this reason, he stresses the importance of having an informational, easy-to-use website, saying, "when patients are well-informed, they have a better idea of what to expect prior to their procedure." According to the Marietta plastic surgeon, he also believes in the importance of honesty, often advising patients against procedures that may not be necessary for achieving their aesthetic goals. Dr. Lintner notes that having the necessary resources available helps patients to better understand what each type of procedure is realistically able to accomplish.
In order to provide his current and prospective patients with a wealth of comprehensive, detailed procedural information that is easily accessible, Dr. Lintner chose to partner with San Diego-based medical website design firm Rosemont Media to create his responsive design. He says he hopes the new website will enhance his connection with patients, as well as encourage people to conduct thorough research before a cosmetic procedure.
About Thomas B. Lintner, MD, FACS
Board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Thomas Lintner, is a member of several distinguished societies and organizations, such as the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, and the Georgia Society of Plastic Surgeons. He is also a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. Practicing in the north metro Atlanta area, Dr. Lintner heads his own private practice with locations in Marietta and Woodstock. He is available for interview upon request.
For more information about Advanced Aesthetic Surgery, please visit tomlintnermd.com or facebook.com/tomlintnermd.
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Advanced Aesthetic Surgery
711 Canton Rd NE
Marietta, Georgia 30060
120 N. Medical Parkway
Woodstock, Georgia 30189
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