Folsom, CA (PRWEB) March 5, 2011
Kaufman & Clark Plastic Surgery (http://www.afterobesity.com), a bariatric plastic surgery practice in California (http://www.afterobesity.com/about.cfm), helps current and future patients to keep up with the latest in plastic surgery and their practice through their blog (http://www.sacramentoplasticsurgeonblog.com). Updated regularly by Dr. David Kaufman and Dr. Christa Clark, the Web page contains photos and videos as well as blog posts.
"I enjoy keeping my patients up-to-date with what's going on with our practice as well as the plastic surgery field in general," says Dr. Kaufman. "I appreciate the blog format because patients can respond to my posts by either commenting or asking questions, which creates an interactive relationship. As Sacramento plastic surgeons (http://www.afterobesity.com), we understand that keeping the communication flowing helps patients feel connected to the practice."
The blog features posts, videos and even pictures to update Web site visitors on the latest ventures of Drs. Kaufman and Clark. Posts are archived both by date and category so that readers can easily navigate through the site. For example, California weight loss surgery patients (http://www.afterobesity.com/surgery) can search for bariatric or weight loss topics. Links to their other specialty sites along the side of the blog allow patients to find what they need, fast.
"Ease of use is important to readers on the Web," explains Dr. Clark. "We aim to keep our blog and sites simple, so our Web visitors can get where they need to go quickly. We also appreciate that we can connect with our patients on our blog as well as on our Facebook page."
Kaufman & Clark Plastic Surgery can be found on the popular social networking site, and visitors can "like" their profile. Here readers can find information about the practice, the location and hours, as well as specials and discounts. Facebook visitors can comment on the page, as well as photographs or videos.
"Whether through our blog, Web site, or Facebook page, we always look forward to interacting with previous and potential patients," notes Dr. Clark. Dr. Kaufman adds, "Patient relationships are one of the most important aspects of our practice, and maintaining those has become easier with our blog and Facebook page. Now we can communicate often and easily with a variety of people."
At Kaufman & Clark Plastic Surgery (http://www.afterobesity.com), Dr. David Kaufman is a board-certified plastic surgeon who performs a wide range of facial and body contouring procedures, including plastic surgery after weight loss. Dr. Kaufman served as a US Navy SEAL before earning his medical doctorate from Harvard Medical School. He then trained extensively through general and plastic surgery residencies at Stanford University. He practices in Sacramento, California with Dr. Christa Clark, a fellow board-certified plastic surgeon, at the practice.