27 Oct | 2016
27 Oct 2016
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Bearing in mind that breast augmentation is a surgical procedure, you can expect to need help, especially during the first 24 hours. Although you aren’t any danger, you should stay off your feet as much as possible, since a fall could cause damage, and you will be feeling rather groggy. Have a close friend or loved one with you, and ask them to accompany you when you need to get up to go to the bathroom, and to fetch and carry for you as needed. Preparation for your recovery begins before surgery Apart from arranging to have help at hand during the first 24 hours, you can prepare by bringing along some loose clothing to put on when you are discharged. Don’t worry about bringing a bra. Your surgeon will see to it that your breasts are adequately supported with a surgical bra, and besides, your old bras won’t fit.…

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19 Oct | 2016
19 Oct 2016

As we age, our facial lines begin to deepen, and we begin to develop a multitude of new, fine lines that also deepen as time goes on. In contrast to Botox, which relaxes the area, minimising the appearance of lines, dermal fillers actually fill these lines after being injected under the skin. There are several types of dermal fillers, produced under a wide range of trade names, and a cosmetic surgeon will be able to advise you as to which…

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11 Oct | 2016
11 Oct 2016

Having children is one of the most wonderful life-experiences a couple can have, but poor mommy gets to bear the brunt of a great many physical changes, and sometimes, the body doesn’t bounce back as well as she may have hoped. That’s why “mommy makeovers” are becoming so popular, but they aren’t just one type of surgery. Mommy makeovers are a combination of surgeries aimed at undoing the damage that baby did. A consultation with your Toronto cosmetic surgeon will clarify…

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3 Oct | 2016
3 Oct 2016

Many people mistakenly believe that it will not be possible to breastfeed after breast augmentation surgery. That’s not necessarily the case. In fact, most women are able to breastfeed normally. Naturally, if this is a concern of yours, discussing it with your surgeon will be helpful, but where did the idea that breastfeeding is impossible after breast augmentation come from? Here are some of the instances in which breastfeeding after augmentation surgery (and sometimes even without any surgery) may be…

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