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Archive for September, 2017

Lip Augmentation — Enhance the Appearance of Your Lips

Published on September 29, 2017
lip augmentation in Toronto

Lip augmentation is a series of different procedures that are designed to improve the form and function of your lips. There are numerous lip augmentation options available in Toronto and the GTA. Before you settle on any particular method—whether it’s

Otoplasty: Frequently Asked Questions for Cosmetic Ear Surgery

Published on September 22, 2017
otoplasty surgery in Toronto

Otoplasty, also known as cosmetic ear surgery, has been ranked one of the most popular forms of plastic surgery performed in the western hemisphere. For patients who are seeking otoplasty surgery in Toronto, there are plenty of options. Here are

Help Your Face Look More Youthful with Restylane

Published on September 15, 2017
restylane

You’ve always been careful about maintaining a healthy routine, eating right, and getting enough sleep. But despite this, your face still shows your age. Often, your face’s aesthetic age looks older than your actual age, and this can cause embarrassment

Remove Chin Fat and Wrinkles with Neck Lift Surgery

Published on September 15, 2017
loose neck lift treatments

For a lot of people between the ages of 30 and 60, neck lift cosmetic surgery has numerous benefits. Unless you are fortunate enough to have impeccable genes from the get-go, your skin will inevitably begin to sag, loosen, and

Important Facts You Need to Know about Rhinoplasty Surgery

Published on September 8, 2017
rhinoplasty treatment

Rhinoplasty surgery is an ancient surgical practice that’s been used for centuries to correct nasal injuries, realign the nose after an injury, and fix natural abnormalities that could be hindering normal nasal functions. While its primary purpose was purely medical

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