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Jul
2017

5 Post-Liposuction Exercise Tips

Liposuction surgery is a great way for patients in the Point-Claire area to get rid of areas of fat they don’t want, such as muffin tops and love handles. However, if you don’t exercise after surgery, liposuction may only end up making your body exchange one set of problems for another. According to research, when fat is removed from the abdominal area, the body replaces it by increasing levels of belly fat. This can put your body at an increased risk of developing diabetes or heart disease. To counter this, a regular exercise regime should be followed after surgery. This is the best way to gain long-lasting results from liposuction. 1. Start Gradually Exercise after undergoing liposuction should not begin until 2-6 weeks after surgery. This is to ensure that the wounds are fully healed and not at risk of reopening under stress. However, you can do light activities such…


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Jun
2017

6 Ways to Reduce Tummy Tuck Scarring

Preparing for your tummy tuck surgery here in Montreal may seem daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. If you are in good health and a non-smoker, the procedure and recovery should be straightforward and completely manageable. It will take a few weeks to feel comfortable again and even longer for your scars to subside. They will be red-coloured and thick for a couple of months and may take a full year to fade. Your scars will be present, but they should reduce down to a discreet size with time. Here are a few things you can do to speed up the process: 1. Use Vitamin E Oil and Cocoa Butter Vitamin E oil and cocoa butter are both amazing products. They provide intense moisturization, which is helpful in reducing the appearance of scars. However, always check with your doctor before using any over-the-counter products on your surgical scars. 2. Apply…


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18
Apr
2017

5 Ways to Maintain Liposuction Results

Liposuction is extremely popular among Montreal, Longueuil, Pointe Claire, and other Quebec patients because of its proven ability to get rid of unwanted, excess adipose tissue in areas such as the back, thighs, upper arms, cheeks, and hips. However, liposuction treatments, although highly effective, do not guarantee that the fat will not return. Here are some tips on how to make sure you maintain a healthy, beautiful body after your treatment. 1. Make sure you are eating healthy Liposuction only removes fatty tissue, it does not protect against regaining the fat that was removed. A healthy diet low in carbohydrates, sugars, and saturated fats and high in essential vitamin- and mineral-rich foods like fruits and vegetables, healthy fats, whole grains, and lean proteins will help ensure that you stay trim whether you’ve had liposuction or not. 2. Drink plenty of water throughout the day The average amount of water recommended by…


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21
Mar
2017

Brazilian Butt Lift vs Traditional Butt Lift

The Brazilian butt lift is popular among Montreal patients because it is less invasive than a traditional butt lift. It also helps shape the abdominal area, hips, and waist. The goal of a Brazilian butt lift is to create a curvy figure and a round bottom. What Is an Excisional Butt Lift? This is the traditional butt lift, which is more invasive and leaves larger, although strategically hidden, scars. This procedure takes sagging skin and pulls it upwards, much like how a tummy tuck works, except that the skin is stretched in the opposite direction. The excess skin is removed, leaving the bottom less saggy, and as a result, the whole area looks trimmer and smaller. The Two Stages of the Brazilian Butt Lift First, fat is harvested from the abdomen to flatten the belly and define the waist. Next, the fat is injected under the skin in the buttocks to…


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27
Jun
2016

5 Myths About Gynecomastia

Gynecomastia is a common condition in and around Montreal in which a man’s breasts are enlarged and look flabby. This is commonly due to a hormonal imbalance or hormone therapy – not excess fat. People often think that a man with loose pectoral muscles is not spending enough time on the bench press, but this is not necessarily the case. Although gynecomastia is not a dangerous condition, it can cause a man to feel ashamed of his body, which is why breast reduction surgery is not only for the ladies. Here are some myths surrounding “man boobs” that need to be debunked. MYTH 1 – Gynecomastia is caused by obesity Being overweight is not the only cause of gynecomastia. It is important to note that it is a common condition that many men experience. The condition may be hereditary or caused by aging, as some men experience dramatic changes in…


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