Gateway Dermatology



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This is Fred Ball, Zions Bank, speaking on business.

Everyone wants to look good. I have an unscientific theory that maintains "that when you look good, you feel good and then you work good." (That is probably not good grammar but you know what I mean.)

Dr. Mark B. Taylor is in the business of helping people look good and feel good. The Gateway Aesthetic Institute and Laser Center was opened in downtown Salt Lake City by Dr. Taylor in 1998.

In 1978, Dr. Mark Taylor and his partner Dr. C. David Hansen opened a dermatology practice near the LDS Hospital in the avenues of Salt Lake City. After 20 successful years, the practice outgrew the avenues location and Dr. Taylor decided to move into the central business district of downtown. He took his cosmetic dermatology and laser practice into the new Gateway West Tower--that's the building across from Temple Square on the southwest corner of Main Street and South Temple. Dr. Taylor believes that his location will aid the vitality of the downtown area and also provide a needed service to the 50,000 successful businessmen and women in the immediate area.

Downtown clientele are provided a convenient location to secure high-tech dermatology and cosmetic laser treatments. The Gateway Aesthetic Institute and Laser Center offers Botox treatments, wrinkle and scar removal, treatment of spider veins on the legs, laser removal of hair and tattoos and many other convenient cosmetic treatments. This service will be a boon to the busy professional workforce in the central business district that wants to look younger than their age and stay competitive.

There aren't a great many medical doctors who office in the downtown area. I remember years ago when there were very many. The old Medical Arts Building on South Temple was probably the busiest medical building in the state. It's good to see practices like that of Dr. Mark B. Taylor enter the market and offer the downtown community another service.

So, if you want to look good and feel good, pay a visit to the Gateway Dermatology Aesthetic Institute & Laser Center in the Gateway Tower West.

For Zions Bank, I'm Fred Ball. I'm speaking on business.

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