Focusing on enhancing the patient experience, Key Laser Institute unveils a newly restored website highlighting their cosmetic and regenerative medicine expertise.
PORTLAND, OR – Whether it’s the newest anti-aging treatment, body contouring system, or hormone health treatment, Key Laser Institute has always been on the cutting edge of science and technology. Dr. Douglas Key and Dr. Jennifer Hicks are both pioneers in their respective fields, bringing exciting new ideas to cosmetic medicine with light, lasers, and biocellular regenerative science. The same strong desire to be a leader in cosmetic medical technology is also evident in Key Laser Institute’s brand-new website, located at: https://www.keylaserinstitute.com/
Key Laser Institute’s website launch features an all-new user-centered design. The desktop version is laid out around a central menu featured at the top of the screen. Clicking it gives you full menu services and navigation to more information about the practice, with an entire area dedicated solely to patient resources. Equally as impressive, the new mobile version of the site also gives users a streamlined, simplified layout specifically for mobile devices.
This powerfully responsive design was developed to give Key Laser Institute’s users a great experience each time they need to contact the practice, research the latest treatments, or learn more about procedures for specific areas of concern. Whether they’re at home on their desktop computer or on the go with their smartphone, patients can easily find what they’re looking for.
The main area of the website features a variety of treatment categories, including:
Key Laser Institute’s doctors and subject matter experts have painstakingly assembled information about individual treatments that can be found within each of these main treatment categories. For example, you can research “age prevention” as a broader category of treatments. If you want to know more, you can go down the list and read pages about Silhouette InstaLift, NovaThreads, and hormone optimization, which are all cutting-edge prevention treatments in cosmetic medicine.
Additionally, there’s an entire section of the newly redesigned site devoted to regenerative medicine, a rapidly emerging field in cosmetic medicine. This section contains a wealth of new information about stem cell rejuvenation therapy, a powerful treatment for signs of early aging and deep scarring. Dr. Key and Dr. Hicks are both passionate advocates for using natural, regenerative properties and processes within the human body to restore natural beauty.
The minds at Key Laser Institute also wanted to directly address one of the fastest growing groups of people accessing cosmetic services with their new website: men. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons’ “2019 Plastic Surgery Statistics Report,” the number of men having surgical and minimally invasive cosmetic procedures is rapidly expanding. In 2019, men accounted for nearly 10% of all cosmetic procedures performed in the United States, having more than 200,000 surgical procedures and 1.1 million non-surgical treatments performed last year alone. Key Laser Institute has rolled out an entire section of procedural options just for men to provide them with targeted, reliable information specifically for them.
Key Laser’s primary mission is exceptional service to others. Sometimes that comes in the form of a consultation or a cosmetic surgery that dramatically improves someone’s life. Often, as Dr. Key and Dr. Hicks tell their staff, service means being there for someone when they need help. This simple idea was the guiding principle behind the redesign and launch of Key Laser Institute’s brand-new website.
About Dr. Douglas Key and the Key Laser Institute for Cosmetic Regenerative Medicine
Dr. Douglas Key is a board-certified dermatologist and a leading innovator and pioneer in cosmetic laser medicine. He has many published works in the field of laser medicine internationally, in both widely read media and in academic journals.
Dr. Key finished his undergraduate studies at the University of California, Berkeley, and went on to medical school at the University of California School of Medicine, San Francisco. He completed an internship with the Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle, WA, and split his residency training between New York University and Yale. Dr. Key founded the Key Laser Institute for Cosmetic Regenerative Medicine in 1998 and has been actively involved in teaching at medical conferences and working on research for some of the newest cosmetic treatments. Some of his work has contributed to the development of Ultherapy, ThermiTight, ThermiSmooth, and NovaThreads, to name a few.
Dr. Key also works with Dr. Jennifer Hicks, a board-certified naturopathic doctor who brings her in-depth knowledge and expertise in the field of regenerative medicine. She’s a graduate of Indiana University and completed her medical education at the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland.
If you’d like to learn more about the Key Laser Institute for Cosmetic Regenerative Medicine, please visit their new website here: