Breast Reduction Procedures

July 27, 2018 | Leave a response

Breast reduction, also known as reduction mammaplasty, is a procedure that removes excess breast tissue, fat, and skin. It is used to help minimize pain and discomfort that comes with having oversized breasts, as well as to help with proportion. Overly large breasts can cause women to feel uncomfortable and unhappy with their appearance, and also pose difficulties with leading the lifestyle they desire. Common problems include tenderness, limitations for exercise and sports, and being unable to wear certain types of clothes due to the size of the breasts. A breast reduction can correct this issue and is particularly useful for cases where the tissue cannot be reduced naturally with diet and fitness. Who Is A Suitable Candidate? There are ...

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Reshaping the Nose with Rhinoplasty

July 17, 2018 | Leave a response

Any cosmetic procedure performed on the face requires the most skilled and precise hand. Of all surgeries available for the face, perhaps the most precise, as well as the most popular, is involving the nose in the forms of rhinoplasty and septorhinoplasty. The need to be exact comes from several factors: Visual Appearance – The nose is a very prominent feature on the face. It’s directly in the centre, and when too large, small, wide, thin, or asymmetrical, it is noticeable. It can create a visual distraction and detract from other facial features, overpowering the face and dominating an aesthetic impression. Size of the Nose – In comparison to other parts of the body that one may choose to have ...

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Shortsighted Laser Eye Surgery

July 5, 2018 | Leave a response

Shortsightedness, also known as myopia, is one of the most common refractive errors. It happens from a combination of both genetic and environmental factors affecting the normal growth of the eye, causing it to become longer than average or result in a steep curvature of the cornea. In the eye of a shortsighted person, light entering doesn’t focus on the retina, but instead in front of it, making objects further away appear blurry and not focused. Approximately 30% of Canadians are affected by myopia to some extent, whether mildly or seriously. The rate is increasing however with the use of modern technology. Some vision experts claim that all the time people spend looking at cell phones and computer screens at ...

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