Dr. Daniel Ward • Salt Lake Magazine

For the past 13 years, Dr. Daniel Ward, MD, has “improved lives by inspiring confidence” at his facial surgery practice and at Form Derm Spas, which just celebrated its sixth anniversary.

While Dr. Ward has cultivated an impressive reputation as a surgeon, Form Derm Spa’s mission is to extend this surgical quality service into the non-surgical field, where Dr. Ward is considered one of the world’s experts. The Ward MD team is committed to improving the lives of its clients and team members.

For client relationships, quality looks like excellence in craftsmanship, and integrity shows in consultation.

“If we don’t think we can provide this service, we don’t agree to perform the procedure,” says Dr. Ward. “The treatments we perform are all medical grade and we believe the medical aesthetic industry is being blighted by those who promise amazing results with treatments that don’t work. We are trying to change that practice. We believe that we can do better!

Dr. Ward also believes in building confidence and positivity in the lives of team members. “This commitment to one another translates into an incredible experience for our customers.” Each team member must dedicate 10% of their week to personal education, training and professional development. This company is committed to developing the skills of each member of the team, from new techniques to time management, to something as simple as meditation.

For a self-improvement experience rooted in expertise and integrity, there is no higher quality experience than that which can be had with Ward MD or Form Derm Spas.

“Our goal is to improve lives. We do this by helping people look and feel their best,” says Dr. Ward. “Our most common procedures include rhinoplasty, eyelid lift and rejuvenation, hair restoration, laser treatments for wrinkles and pigmentation, and more. I am also proud that my team is considered an expert in at the forefront in procedures such as filler and Botox. It’s fun to be the standard that others in the community and across the country turn to for expertise and advice.

Questions and answers

To what extent are these treatments regulated?

“Cosmetic treatments are not tightly regulated by the state. These are considered medical treatments, but they can be administered by a wide variety of healthcare personnel. They are not all doctors, even if they call themselves “doctors”.

What should I look for when selecting a surgical team?

“First and foremost, make sure you like the surgeon and the team. You want to find vendors who will help you achieve your goal and overcome potential complications down the road. Second, when looking for a facial plastic surgeon, check that the provider is board certified either in

general plastic surgery, or specifically in facial plastic surgery. There are no other consultancy certifications in the field of plastics. Finally, find a medical practice or spa that frequently performs the treatments that interest you. Keep in mind the phrase “jack of all trades, master of none”. exercised.”

What are the latest trends in surgery?

“Surgical procedures are making a comeback. While our non-surgical options are fantastic, many patients find that surgery gives a more impressive and long-lasting result, and non-surgical procedures can have a longer recovery time than surgical procedures. Many patients prefer to go under the knife if it means a better outcome, especially if there is less recovery.

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50 Main Street South #130C, Salt Lake City

6322 South 3000 East, Salt Lake City

4531 West Partridge Hill Ln., Riverton

801-513-3223 | Formdermspa.com

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