Category Archives: Breast Augmentation

Breast Augmentation: When Can I Swim, Exercise, or Fly After Surgery?

Considering breast augmentation at our plastic surgery practice in Burlington? You likely have a few questions about the recovery process and what it will look like to return to your usual routine after surgery. While everyone heals at their own pace, there are a few general milestones after surgery. Having these milestones in mind can …

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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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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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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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A More Natural-Looking Breast Augmentation (Updated 2023)

Most people don't immediately associate natural-looking with breast augmentation. For years, the trend in this ever-popular cosmetic surgery was to create voluptuous, eye-catching results. But today, thanks to a few different factors, the tide is starting to turn—specifically in favor of more low-key, natural-looking outcomes. No longer do patients have to choose between their naturally …

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