Category Archives: Face

Ethnic Rhinoplasty

I specialize in rhinoplasty in Toronto, but I don’t differentiate between traditional and “ethnic rhinoplasty.” Is ethnic rhinoplasty really any different from standard rhinoplasty? And do you really need to see a specialist for good results? Ethnic rhinoplasty refers to a procedure that improves the appearance of an ethnic nose while maintaining a person’s cultural identity. What is considered an…

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Why I Perform Injections Personally

When performing facial rejuvenation in Toronto, I have chosen to do all BOTOX COSMETIC® and filler injections myself. Here”s why: I have a strong understanding of facial aesthetics. My specialized training in facial plastic surgery has provided me with an in-depth understanding of complex facial structures. This knowledge has given me an understanding of how different injection techniques will affect…

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Reasons for Rhinoplasty

Many of my Atlanta patients think rhinoplasty is simply a procedure to make a large nose smaller. Although rhinoplasty can do this, it can also correct a number of other concerns. Noses come in countless shapes and sizes. The goal of cosmetic rhinoplasty is to bring your nose into harmony with your face as a whole. While the overall size…

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Light Treatments or Injectables: How to Choose

At our facial rejuvenation clinic in Vancouver, we offer many options to help you transform the appearance and health of your skin. But which procedures are right for you? Here’s a guide to help you decide: Light Therapy: Lightwave™ LED Therapy uses low intensity red, blue and infrared light, which is absorbed by the cells. The cells convert the light…

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Rhinoplasty Recovery: What to Expect

When a patient contacts me about a Dallas rhinoplasty (or a “nose job”), he or she often wants to know what the recovery process is like. Here’s what you can expect in the days, weeks and months following the surgery: First 48 hours: You will see some bruising and swelling around the nose, cheeks and eyes. Using cool compresses will…

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