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Achieving the Best Results After Eyelid Surgery

Although effective, eyelid surgery alone cannot always address all the concerns of aging eyes. Thankfully, Guelph Facial Plastics has expert solutions to help patients achieve total eye rejuvenation. Blepharoplasty, more commonly known as eyelid surgery, is a corrective procedure that can address a multitude of eye concerns. Whether for aesthetic (sagging eyelids, dark circles under… Read more »

The Non-Surgical Facelift

What if we told you could achieve facial rejuvenation, without any surgery or excessive downtime? With Syneron Candela’s advanced Profound device Dr. Brace now offers patients an advanced micro-needling treatment—without the need for surgery. What is Profound? Profound is a genuinely unique handheld device that is clinically proven to recreate the essential building blocks of… Read more »

The History of Botulinum Toxin | Guelph Facial Plastics | Injectables Guelph

The History of Botulinum Toxin

Before it became known as the wrinkle-smoothing treatment Botulinum Toxin (more commonly known as Botox) had a long and complicated history. Seven million Botox injections administered in 2017 alone—but how did the phenomenon begin? To best understand the journey of this neurotoxic protein, we must look at its timeline: 1822 Botulinum Toxin was first described… Read more »

Guelph’s Newest Advanced Skin Treatments | Guelph Facial Plastics

Guelph’s Newest Advanced Skin Treatments

Guelph Facial Plastics is proud to announce the two newest devices to our clinic: Syneron Candela’s eTwo and Profound. Providing our patients with advanced treatments and exceptional care is our number one priority at Guelph Facial Plastics. With the addition of the advanced eTwo and Profound devices, our top cosmetic and reconstructive facial surgeon Dr.… Read more »

Why is it called Plastic Surgery? | Blog | Guelph Facial Plastics

Why is it called Plastic Surgery?

Hint: it’s nothing to do with the synthetic polymer. Like most words in the English language, plastic surgery was derived from a Greek term: plastikos. Plastikos means to mould or shape something and therefore has nothing to do with the modern day plastic that most of us think of. Nearly 200 years ago, German doctor… Read more »