Looking your best helps you to feel your best. It also helps you to make the most of your opportunities both socially and at work. Diet, exercise, and ‘choosing the right parents’ are important contributors to achieving good health and appearance, and many people also include cosmetic surgery in their formula for success. The increasing […]
We have always referred to people who seek our services as ‘patients’, but a recent article in the Canadian Medical Association Journal has reminded us that not everyone accepts this as preferable to ‘clients’. The term client reflects the power and autonomy of a healthy person who pays for a service, and if it is […]
There are several aspects of healing that can be compromised by exercise. 1. In the first 10 days after surgery, there is a risk of pulling open a blood vessel and getting bleeding into the wound. For this reason, we encourage limited exertion and movement in the surgical area after any surgery. 2. The first […]
Travelling to obtain plastic surgery can be a good decision, but precautions are necessary.
Cosmetic surgery may be more (or less!) expensive than you thought. Read more…
It is not unusual for patients to present to our practice with problems for which cosmetic surgery is an ideal solution, but they hesitate to proceed with a procedure for fear of the tiny risk of a bad outcome. Everyone has a different way of approaching risk, but it is vital that you consider the […]
Some patients come to see us with a specific procedure in mind. Sometimes, they are more open-minded, and come looking for advice on how to become more attractive. Science has the answer (sort of)! The study of attractiveness is an area of great scholarship, not surprising given how powerful an influence it has on our […]
An approach is presented to avoiding bad results in cosmetic surgery.
Countless studies have proven what we all know intuitively- there are advantages to being attractive. This can arise from better work or social opportunities, or simply from greater self-esteem. We are asking our former patients to share stories (submit in comment box below) that demonstrate the secondary benefits of their procedure(s), and ‘best story’ will […]
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