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Facial Surgery

Surgical Procedures

Facelift

Facelift is Toronto’s surgical facial rejuvenation, is increasingly popular and always improving. Categorized under facial rejuvenation, it’s designed to reverse signs of aging, giving both your face and neck a refreshed appearance. 

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Eyelid Surgery

Blepharoplasty (Eyelid surgery) is one of the most popular Facial Plastic Surgery procedures for patients of all ages. The purpose of eyelid surgery is to restore a youthful look to the eyes or define the lids.

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Chin Implant

Facial implants such as a chin implant are used to enhance features with poor definition or projection. By undergoing this type of cosmetic surgery, facial features can become more balanced and harmonious, and the patient’s facial profile will be enhanced.

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Ear Surgery (Otoplasty)

Otoplasty (commonly known as Ear Surgery) is a cosmetic procedure that improves and reshapes the appearance of the outer ears.

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Buccal Fat Removal

Buccal fat removal is Toronto’s facial sculpting secret. Also known as cheek fat removal surgery, this minimally invasive cosmetic procedure does wonders for facial slimming, cheekbone highlighting, and contouring – all with rapid recovery and no visible scars.

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Neck Liposuction

Neck liposuction, also referred to as submental liposuction, is designed to remove fat from below the chin for both male and female.

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Brow Lift

A Brow lift is also commonly called the Forehead lift. It is considered an excellent surgical option for patients who typically have sagging brows and forehead skin.

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Neck Lift

Neck Lift surgery could be the ideal way to get the tighter, toned neck and defined jawline you dream of. A neck rejuvenation may include three different techniques to rejuvenate the skin below your chin.

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Lip Lift

Lip lift surgery is Toronto’s smile secret. It’s lesser known than some facial cosmetic surgeries, but the impact from this subtle procedure can be extremely satisfying.

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