Cosmetic Surgery Tip #4: Stay Hydrated

After any type of cosmetic surgery, ensure that you stay hydrated. After your surgery, you should drink water frequently to replenish any lost body fluids and improve the healing process. Stay hydrated by drinking at least 8 glasses of water per day. A great way to make sure you drink the recommended amount of water is to set a reminder… Continue

Dr. Fanous Apr 26, 2013

Cosmetic Surgery Tip #3: Boost Your Immune System

Before any type of cosmetic surgery procedure, it is a good idea to prepare your body for a healthy recovery by supplementing your diet with immune-boosting vitamins. Vitamin D is especially important for the recover process. Don’t forget to drink lots of water, especially on the day prior to your scheduled surgery. Keep your body hydrated throughout your recovery period.… Continue

Dr. Fanous Apr 12, 2013

Cosmetic Surgery Tip #2: Ask Questions!

Before your cosmetic surgery procedure, be sure to express any concerns you may have to your surgeon. Even if you think it’s a silly question, ask it so you can feel less nervous or anxious. At the Canadian Institute of Cosmetic Surgery, we do our best to inform our patients about their procedure and will make you feel comfortable in your… Continue

Dr. Fanous Mar 22, 2013

What Can I Expect From My Rhinoplasty Results?

Rhinoplasty is a type of cosmetic surgery that’s often called a ‘nose job’ by the general public. The surgery may be performed to make your nose smaller or shorter, to make the nostrils narrower, to define the tip or to change its overall shape. Why Do I Need It? In most cases, the rhinoplasty is more of an aesthetic procedure… Continue

Dr. Fanous Mar 12, 2013

Maintain Your Youth With A Mini Facelift

Not too many people will argue that gravity has an effect on your face as you age. You can take measures to keep your facial muscles tight and your skin clear, but over time wrinkles and heavy eyelids as well as sagging skin will begin to show. Many people opt for a facial surgery to reverse this phenomenon, but a… Continue

Dr. Fanous Mar 11, 2013