The aging process is natural and inevitable. Wrinkles form and the skin thins, droops, and sags. But that doesn’t mean you have to take the aging process lying down.
There are lots of cosmetic procedures available that can restore a more youthful, refreshed appearance. Many people are hesitant to pursue cosmetic procedures, however, due to the risks and recovery time involved with surgery.
In recent years, there have been a rising number of anecdotal reports of breast implants being linked to health problems, including BIA-ALCL, a rare type of cancer.
There have been 30 recognized cases of BIA-ALCL in Canada. According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), there have been approximately 780 cases of BIA-ALCL worldwide. The good news is that BIA-ALCL is very treatable.
At Plastic Surgery Group at City Centre, our team meets with each patient individually to help them prepare for their liposuction procedure, including their recovery. Knowing what to expect after liposuction can help ensure that you achieve your desired body contouring results.
When it comes to enhancing the breasts, there are several cosmetic procedures to choose from. Many women opt to combine breast lift with breast augmentation. Breast lift raises saggy breasts higher on the chest wall for a perkier look.
Many of our patients at Plastic Surgery Group at City Centre ask our plastic surgeons if it’s safe to combine several plastic surgery procedures into one operation. The answer ultimately depends on the individual patient and the circumstances.
Read on as our team discusses the topic in detail.
Many individuals struggle with loose, flabby skin that hangs off the abdomen, especially after massive weight loss or pregnancy. Tummy tuck is designed to remove excess skin that cannot be treated with diet and exercise. During the procedure, the loose skin is removed and the remaining skin is tightened for a smoother appearance.
Thanks to the Internet, we have a plethora of information available at our fingertips. Unfortunately, the Internet makes it easier for misinformation, half-truths and myths to circulate. The plastic surgeons at Plastic Surgery Group at City Centre often meet with prospective patients who have questions about some of the information they have read online.