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Facial Cosmetic Surgery is More Popular Than Ever!

There are many non-surgical methods available to help men and women retain their youth.

These include injectable fillers to plump up sagging skin, neurotoxin injectables to reduce fine lines and wrinkles, and a myriad of laser treatments to ensure the best complexion possible. While these methods have been embraced vigorously over the past 15 years, the public is realizing that there is no substitute for facial cosmetic surgery. ASAP, the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, and it reports that in the U.S. alone, the number of people seeking cosmetic surgery has increased 155% in the past four years. There has also been an increase in the number of men wanting to look their best, although 87% of surgeries are still performed on women.

Non-surgical Option May Be More Cost-Effective In The Long Run

Look And Feel Your Best

In recent years, the rise in the number of people pursuing surgery suggests that they are seeking a more prominent result, shrugging off the fact that they have to “go under the knife” to get it. Although surgery costs more than non-surgical methods, the rise in the economy proves that the recession years are over and people are comfortable spending the money to look and feel their best. In fact, over time, choosing a surgical option to correct your area of concern rather than a temporary, non-surgical option may work out to be more cost-effective in the long run. However, polls from international facial cosmetic governing bodies show that the cost of surgery is no longer people’s top concern. What causes them the most anxiety is finding a reputable surgeon they can trust with their face.

This is a valid concern because there is increased consumer awareness about not only the pros of facial cosmetic surgery and the transformation it provides, but also the blunders that can occur. The tabloids, Internet, and magazines love to display horror stories of surgeries gone wrong. So how does a person find a qualified surgeon they feel comfortable with?

Consultation with a Qualified Facelift Expert

Finding a Certified Surgeon

The first and most important step is finding a surgeon that is certified. The governing body in Ontario is the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO). Dr. Cory Torgerson has achieved qualifications as an otolaryngologist – an ear, nose, and throat surgeon – as well as a facial cosmetic surgeon. Secondly, it is to your advantage to find out about the surgeon’s experience. Never be afraid to ask how many years they have practiced or how many surgeries they have performed. Dr. Torgerson has been operating for several years and has successfully operated from his own state-of-the-art, facial cosmetic clinic in Yorkville for many of those years. Thirdly, make a point to see before and after photos of the surgeon’s previous patients. Specifically ask to see pictures of clients who have undergone the cosmetic surgery you are interested in. Not much can be hidden in a photo. It will give you a clear indication as to whether the surgeon is accomplished or not. It is possible for a surgeon to have book knowledge but no artistic ability. Dr. Torgerson’s expertise and aesthetic eye is evident when viewing his photo gallery. He is a master at beautifully harmonizing his patient’s features to maintain a revitalized, but natural appearance. There is no need to experience anxiety over choosing the right facial cosmetic surgeon. Start your journey today by booking a consultation at Dr. Torgerson’s downtown Toronto clinic.

State-Of-The-Art Surgical Facility

Our facility offers a luxurious, comfortable and private setting for consultations and surgery with a waiting room that is both spacious and inviting. Although we hope you don’t have to spend too much time waiting to see Dr. Torgerson, within a few minutes you will feel relaxed and at ease.

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