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Patient Safety is the Number One Priority in Any Surgical Procedure

September 12, 2016 |

Health and Safety Considerations for Plastic Surgery in Vaughan Surgery can be a frightening experience for many people. Feelings of uncertainty, anxiety and fear can arise in even the most confident patients. For elective surgery like cosmetic procedures, this is no different. It is crucial to understand the risks involved and select a reputable and trusted cosmetic clinic in Vaughan. If you are considering plastic surgery but have questions or concerns about patient safety, don’t hesitate to contact the team of professionals at UELC. Our experienced and knowledgeable staff can walk you through your chosen procedure, provide a thorough and comprehensive assessment of your candidacy, and apply the latest technology and techniques to deliver the best results. If you have ...

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Can Men Have Plastic Surgery?

September 5, 2016 |

Gynecomastia Surgery in Vaughan and Other Popular Procedures for MalesMen and women are both susceptible to the signs of aging and passing of time, so it is always surprising when men think they cannot have plastic surgery! If you want to look and feel your best, target problem areas, and see your true self when you look in the mirror, consider cosmetic procedures. From dramatic changes to subtle enhancements, the team at UELC provides both men and women with comprehensive treatment options that give them confidence and restore the youthful glow they feel inside.Not sure what procedures are available for men, or if your trouble areas can be fixed? Contact the friendly and professional team at UELC. We offer patients ...

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Evaporative Dry Eye

July 11, 2016 |

Dry, sandy eyes, blurred vision, constantly blinking to remove a speck of dust that isn’t really there. Does this sound like you? If you suffer from evaporative dry eye, you may have resigned yourself to a life of drops and discomfort, but there is a much better solution. First, to understand what is causing your dry eyes, you have to understand a bit about what tears are made of. Tears are comprised of a mucus layer that coats the surface of the cornea and makes the fluid tears adhere to the eye. The next layer is composed of water and oil (who said they don’t mix?). The oil lubricates your eyes and helps to prevent your tears from evaporating when ...

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Dry Eye

June 27, 2016 |

Torontonians typically rejoice when the warm, dry weather finally arrives, but if you suffer from dry eye, you may dread bright sunny days at the beach. The wind blowing off Lake Ontario may not actually be flinging grit into your eyes, but if you have severely dry eyes, it may feel that way. Factors like pollution, overuse of contact lenses, not blinking enough during visual tasks like computer use, aging, hormonal changes, medication intake, and diseases like blepharitis (persistent and common inflammation of the eyelids) can play a significant role in reducing the moisture in your eyes.People often casually say “My eyes feel dry”, but chronic dry eye – the kind that requires repeated application of drops just for the ...

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Aqueous Dry Eye

June 6, 2016 |

Responsible for approximately 1 in 10 cases of dry eye, aqueous dry eye occurs when the lacrimal glands in the eye are not able to produce enough tears to keep your eyes moist. Precisely speaking, there is an under-production of the watery (aqueous) part of the tears. If your eyes constantly feel dry, if you are able to go without blinking for a long period of time or stare directly at a bright light without your eyes watering, or if tears occur as painful for you, you may suffer from aqueous dry eye. The lacrimal glands contain around 60 different proteins and electrolytes, and, of course, water. Sometimes the shortage of water being produced is due to serious underlying auto-immune ...

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