SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (Good Things Utah) – The accolades are piling up for the Ward Institute and its team, including Best Plastic Surgeon honors from City Weekly and recognition as a Realself 100 Top Doctor. The Ward Institute is also celebrating its 7th anniversary Fall Fest on October 18th and you’re invited. There will be free consultations, giveaways, family-friendly entertainment and activities, plus food and refreshments of couse.

Ward Institute – Cottonwood Heights location, 6322 S 3000 E Suite 170, on October 18th from 12-7 PM.

Dr. P. Daniel Ward stopped by Good Things Utah to discuss all of the plastic surgery and cosmetic procedure possibilities and options available to clients at the Ward Institute. When it comes to plastic surgery in Salt Lake City, the Ward Institute stands out as the go-to destination for individuals seeking professional and reliable plastic surgery services which include facial and body plastic surgery, hair restoration, breast augmentation, med spa services and skincare services.

Visit for more information and to schedule a consultation. Follow @wardinstitute on social media.

Dr. P. Daniel Ward
Facial Plastic Surgeon
A renowned double-board certified facial plastic surgeon, Dr. P. Daniel Ward has addressed the aesthetic concerns of thousands of patients, helping them restore and improve their self-confidence and self-esteem. The guiding principles that allow Dr. Ward to achieve this success are compassion and commitment to the patient, combined with a desire to help patients look and feel their best. Distinguished by his attention to detail, down-to-Earth approach, and passion for his work, Dr. Ward has developed a position among the top facial plastic surgeons in Salt Lake City.

Dr. Ward provides a variety of plastic surgery procedures at his Salt Lake City practice that ranges from rhinoplasty and facelifts as well as non-surgical procedures such as Botox injections. We invite you to call our practice today and discover why Dr. Ward is one of the best-known plastic surgeons in Utah.

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