How LightSculpt Specialises In A Wide Range Of Non And Minimally Invasive Medical Aesthetic Solutions
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How LightSculpt Specialises In A Wide Range Of Non And Minimally Invasive Medical Aesthetic Solutions

How LightSculpt Specialises In A Wide Range Of Non And Minimally Invasive Medical Aesthetic Solutions. LightSculpt Specialises in a wide range of non and minimally invasive medical aesthetic solutions for a wide range of skin, body and health-related concerns. The company’s personalised patient-centric approach is founded in science and backed by research and development – using the latest in preventive ageing and restorative technology. Its aesthetic centre is spear-headed by its team of highly trained LightSculpt Medical Aesthetic Doctors and Therapists.

LightSculpt adheres to strict protocols as it relates to health and hygiene. In light of recent developments around the COVID-19 virus and subsequent recommendations made by Government, the company reassures its patients and friends, that their health and wellbeing and that of its staff are of extreme priority. Time, environmental and emotional factors as well as one’s DNA all play a role in how people age. LightSculpt treats the ageing process and its effects as a condition experienced by the body as a whole.

The company’s holistic approach to its clients skin, body and mind provides it with unique insight into its overall wellbeing – enabling the company to curate a results-orientated treatment plan specific to its concerns. Its aesthetic centre is spearheaded by its team of highly trained LightSculpt Medical Aesthetic Doctors and Therapists. Its clinics are conveniently located at The THINC Clinic in Rosebank and LightSculpt Bedfordview (Gauteng), as well as LightSculpt Umhlanga (KwaZulu-Natal).

As Managing Director, Allan White oversees all aspects of the business and its operations – across all three branches. His passion for entrepreneurship drives the business and each practice to new frontiers of excellence on a daily basis – adapting and evolving to the needs of its staff, patients and the ever-changing business landscape of Medical Aesthetics from all aspects.

By Thomas Chiothamisi
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