Author Archives: Cosmedica Staff

Dermal Filler Removal: How Common Is It?

If you have been thinking about trying dermal fillers here in the Burlington area, you may have heard buzz about celebrities recently choosing to have their fillers dissolved. If it’s your first time, you may also be curious about whether you’ll be able to “undo” your fillers if you don't like your results. It’s important …

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Does Breast Augmentation Hurt?

One of the most common questions we receive from women considering breast augmentation at our Burlington practice near Hamilton is how much discomfort they can expect to experience after the surgery. Breast augmentation is a medical procedure after all, and it’s normal to feel uncertain about what’s in store for you during recovery. This blog …

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What Happens to Your Bellybutton During a Tummy Tuck?

Men and women considering a tummy tuck at our Burlington, Ontario, plastic surgery practice are often curious what their midsections will look like after the procedure—especially the bellybutton. While it may seem like a minor issue, the navel plays a major role in how tummy tucks are performed. Whether or not a bellybutton appears natural …

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What to Expect During Your First BOTOX® Treatment

When people come in for BOTOX® Cosmetic injections at our Burlington practice for the first time, they usually express some uncertainty as to what the experience will be like. If you have the same concerns, you’ll be happy to know BOTOX appointments are typically fairly short, simple, and comfortable. Our goal is to help you look …

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Breast Augmentation Do’s and Don’ts: How to Get the Most Out of Your Surgery

Our breast augmentation patients from the Hamilton metropolitan area often have questions about what they can do to make their experience as rewarding as possible. While our staff is committed to guiding and supporting you throughout your visit, there are a few things you can do (and avoid doing) to make your surgical journey especially positive. In …

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5 Concerns Laser & Light Treatments Can Solve

You may be surprised to learn just how many different concerns you can solve with a laser treatment. Hamilton, Oakville, and Burlington men and women looking to treat issues involving everything from pigmentation to texture can often benefit from one of the versatile laser or light procedures our skincare center offers. In this blog post, …

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3 Signs You’re Ready for a Facelift

Many men and women who notice signs of aging on their faces aren’t sure if they can solve these concerns with injectables or if they would be better served by a surgical facelift. As a plastic surgeon in Burlington, Dr. Weiglein often consults with prospective patients who are curious about whether it’s time for them …

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Breast Augmentation vs. Breast Lift: Which Is Right for You?

When we meet with prospective breast augmentation patients from Mississauga, Burlington, and other nearby cities, they often say they're unsure which breast procedure would best help them look and feel their best. Women with concerns such as sagging or lost volume often don't know if they should get breast augmentation or a breast lift because …

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Is CoolSculpting® Right for Me?

CoolSculpting® is one of our Burlington practice’s most popular procedures. Men and women consistently choose the nonsurgical fat reduction treatment to help them address stubborn pockets of fat they can’t correct through diet and exercise alone. With the procedure’s growing popularity, more prospective patients are becoming curious about whether the hit treatment may be able …

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Bargain Hunting and Cosmetic Injections Don’t Mix

Treatments such as BOTOX® Cosmetic and TEOSYAL® injections are the most popular aesthetic procedures in the world. They've become so familiar that you can find coupons online promising steep discounts that seem too good to pass up. It's important to remember, however, that cosmetic injections, are true medical procedures. Therefore, if you're looking for BOTOX® …

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