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Are Beauty and Medicine Related? Leading Experts Say They Are Beauty and health are inherently intertwined, one influencing the other. When someone is healthy, they feel better and have energy to do things.

By Benjamin Jones

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Dr. Mira Kaga

Beauty and health are inherently intertwined, one influencing the other. When someone is healthy, they feel better and have energy to do things. Similarly, when someone appreciates the way they look or feels beautiful, they often engage in activities more freely.

When you feel good, you have the energy to do things to take care of yourself. This could include following an exercise routine, eating a balanced diet, or finally seeking treatment from a physician that specializes in an area that you are self-conscious about.

When dealing with insecurities, there are ways to boost your self-esteem. One solution that can make all the difference in making you feel better in your own skin is visiting a physician that specializes in aesthetic medicine.

Here's a medical doctor that takes into consideration your beauty - Dr. Mira Kaga, a board-certified Internal and Aesthetic medicine practitioner and founder of The Kaga Institute (TKI). Dr. Kaga is a trailblazer in enhancing the overall well-being and beauty of individuals, addressing patient concerns through a combination of the most advanced energy-based devices and injectables.

Medicine and aesthetics do not have to be at odds, instead, they can work together in harmony. This was the intersection that Dr. Kaga found herself in when practicing medicine and the idea that inspired The Kaga Institute (TKI).

TKI's mantra is: Better not Different. This phrase was inspired by her own life experiences.

"Just because I wasn't perfect with perfect features didn't mean I didn't deserve to feel good. If I feel good about the way I look I feel better overall. If I'm emotionally down I feel better by looking better. I stand a little taller and my insecurities seem to melt away. I wanted to be able to do this for others without the intimidation of perfection or unrealistic goals. I didn't want to be the prettiest girl in the room. I wanted to be so comfortable in my skin that my smile rubbed off on others," Dr. Kaga shares.

At TKI, patients can expect cutting edge technologies, such as the seamless integration of injectables and lasers to achieve exceptional results. This comprehensive approach has differentiated TKI and provides patients with truly comprehensive, customizable treatment plans.

Advancements in technology, especially in the field of aesthetic medicine, are always happening. This allows for more personalized skin care and treatment plans, catering to individual needs.

So, if you're looking for an injectable to smooth out wrinkles, veneers for that perfect smile, or any number of laser treatments to enhance your skin's glow - TKI has it all and more.

Beauty is not a one-size-fits-all approach. It's deeply personal and can have a profound impact on one's self esteem. As a patient at TKI, the goal is for you to leave looking like a better version of yourself - not someone else.

Dr. Kaga is an innovator and early adopter, creating a holistic approach to total wellness through the sciences of internal and aesthetic medicine. TKI is dedicated to serving their community and people seeking to improve their looks and health. If this piqued your interest, find out more about TKI by visiting their website.


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