FARMINGTON – A medical spa is adding a unique component to the shopping experience available at Farmington’s Station Park.
Elase Medical Spa of Station Park held its formal grand opening last week. Co-founder Matt Brinton said that in the 1 1/2 months it’s been open, response has been positive.
“The response has been phenomenal. We’re really happy to be in Farmington,” he said.
Brinton’s wife, Carrie, is also a co-owner along with Dr. John Bitner, a plastic surgeon well-known along the Wasatch Front, from Layton.
“The medical spa is kind’ve a collision of two worlds Р a spa and medical facility,” Brinton said.
“We provide high-end anti-aging treatments in a nice environment that is convenient for our customers, and do it with medical-grade products, equipment, and services,” he said.
The staff includes technicians as well as physicians and nurses.
“A lot of people don’t know what we do, and there are a lot of misconceptions,” Brinton said. “Will this hurt, will I get results, what’s the down time?”
Education is a big part of what the staff does, he said, noting clients can talk with staff and create a personalized plan.
All types of laser treatments are available, along with thermo injections, chemical peels, and much ore, Brinton said.
“We are really interested in results. What do you want out of this treatment?” are among questions staff asks clients, he said.
“Generally people want to look younger, reverse time, get rid of sun damage,” Brinton said. “We approach treatment from a results basis. We’re also sensitive to budgets,” he said.
That includes the option of a membership program. That way, clients can pay a monthly fee rather than be expected to make a large, one-time payment for services, Brinton said.
The Brintons also operate the National School of Medical Aesthetics, where they train physicians and nurses. They also own laser clinics in five states outside of Utah.
For more information, call 801-395-2737.