Monthly Archives: April 2012

3 Reasons Why You Don’t Need a Facelift

A face lift in Vancouver may be a great option for some people. However, many people do not need such an invasive procedure. At my practice, I offer several techniques for facial rejuvenation that require no surgery or downtime. But how do you know if a less-invasive option will work for you? Here are 3 clues: 1. You have good…

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Why Liposuction Won’t Remove Cellulite

Many people mistakenly believe that liposuction in Vancouver can reduce the look of cellulite. Although liposuction can provide some improvement, in actuality it is not a cellulite treatment. That’s because cellulite is not just a fat problem; it’s a structural problem in the skin (which is why even thin people can have cellulite). At my practice, we offer 2 treatments…

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Tips for Minimizing Scars

I have dedicated a large portion of my career to studying wound repair. My research enables me to achieve more aesthetically pleasing results for my patients by employing a number of techniques that help reduce scarring. In addition, there are certain things you can do to improve your results after procedures such as breast augmentation in Chicago, including: 1. Quit…

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Breast Implants: What’s Normal?

After receiving breast implants in Chicago, you will undoubtedly notice that your breasts look and feel different. But what’s normal, and when should you contact your surgeon? Use this chart as a guide: Normal Being able to “feel” your implants Feeling as though you have implants is completely normal after surgery. Your chest may also feel swollen for the first…

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Should Plastic Surgery Advertising be Banned?

I am constantly reading up on the latest advances regarding plastic surgery in Chicago. Recently, a news release from The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery caught my attention. According to the organization’s website, the U.K. is considering a ban on all advertising for plastic surgery. Those in favor of the ban believe that advertisements trivialize the effects of surgery…

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