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East Bay Plastic Surgeon Launches Revamped Website

FREMONT, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 02/07/13 -- Eric Okamoto, M.D., a Fremont plastic surgeon, has announced the launch of his redesigned website dedicated to plastic surgery education and the enhancement of each patient's online experience. Highlighted by extensive procedural information, the aesthetically-pleasing site incorporates the latest features in web design. Dr. Okamoto says he is excited for the chance to provide the community with a trusted medical reference, and he hopes people will use it as a tool to answer questions about treatments, procedures, and the latest advancements in plastic surgery.

The website spans a comprehensive array of procedures ranging from breast augmentation and tummy tuck, to facelift and rhinoplasty. In addition to helping visitors find information on available treatments, navigation tabs can be used to view multiples pages including a photo gallery, MedSpa 29, Dr. Okamoto's profile, and contact information. Dr. Okamoto says he believes medical information should be both easily accessible and universally understood, which is why he says his goal is to offer a highly-informative site in a user-friendly platform. He adds that all content is written in easy-to-read language in an attempt to limit confusion about important treatment and procedure information.

In order to maintain the highest quality care at his East Bay plastic surgery practice, Dr. Okamoto says he recognizes the need to enhance doctor-patient communication. For this reason, the content on Dr. Okamoto's site is designed to educate his current and potential patients both before and after their treatment or procedure. By making this a priority, the Fremont plastic surgeon says he believes patients will come into their initial consultations more informed, thus able to ask poignant, specific questions regarding their aesthetic goals and the procedures they are considering.

Developed in collaboration with Rosemont Media, a San Diego-based medical website design firm, Dr. Okamoto says he looks forward to the possibilities his state-of-the-art site provides. He says it has been an ongoing goal to share his medical knowledge and expertise in any way possible, and the website provides a great opportunity to continue in the advancement of that goal.

About Eric Okamoto, M.D.

After earning his medical degree from the University of California in Los Angeles, Dr. Eric Okamoto attended the University of Wisconsin to train as a plastic surgeon. In 1984 he received his board certification, and has been practicing in Fremont, CA since then. Dr. Okamoto is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, and a member of many distinguished societies including the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the American Society of Bariatric Plastic Surgeons, and the American Medical Association. Dedicated to his patients' well-being, he provides personalized cosmetic consultations where patients are given comprehensive information on treatments and procedures.

Dr. Okamoto's practice is located at 39380 Civic Center Drive, Suite B, Fremont, CA 94538, and can be reached via phone at (510) 794-4640. He can also be contacted online at drokamoto.com.

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