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Cosmetic Surgery Procedure: Facelift
If you’ve dreamed of undergoing a facelift, Toronto’s winter season could be the perfect time for you to take the next step to plan your exciting change. Many people hesitate to schedule a cosmetic procedure because they have difficulty deciding when the most logical time of year will be for them.
Coordinating work and family schedules can make time off tricky, but the weather can play a role as well. For many reasons which we’ll lay out for you, the winter holiday season may actually be your best time to schedule a procedure.
The Solomon Nasal and Facial Plastic Surgery Centre is pleased to help hundreds of patients each year undergo transformative procedures. Dr. Phillip Solomon is a renowned and sought-after facial cosmetic surgeon in Ontario who offers online consulations to those patients from across the country who are seeking the best surgeon for their procedure.
Dr. Solomon, an Otolaryngologist Head and Neck Surgeon who specializes in advanced techniques for facial rejevenation. We experience an influx of patients scheduling their facelift in Toronto over the holidays, and here are the excellent reasons why.
Holiday Vacation Time
Many people schedule time off work or use up their remaining sick and vacation days over midwinter break. If you’d like to keep your procedure private, there’s no better time to book off without raising suspicion. You can easily stay out of the public eye too. Aside from festive parties, plenty of relaxing by the fire, reading or watching movies is considered normal and a wonderful way to spend vacation when the weather outside is freezing.
It’s Easier To Stay Out Of The Sun
Though the shorter days and lack of sunlight can be a real downer for many, the benefit iof winter surgery is easier avoidance of harmful UV rays and sweaty discomfort associated with summer. Fresh incisions, scars and swollen skin should be completely protected from sun exposure so why not eliminate the hassle and choose a darker, colder season?
Less Physical Activities
While not true for everyone, people tend to spend less time outdoors and working up a sweat when the temperature drops. If you’re not a winter sports enthusiast, chances are you won’t mind avoiding aerobic activity and strenuous workouts for a week or two, but sunny summer weather naturally beckons more people to get out and be active. After a winter facelift, you’ll be well-healed in time for spring activity.
New Year Motivation
In Toronto, a facelift can be a brilliant complement to new health and wellness lifestyle plans in the New Year. People often set out with the best of intentions January 1st. It can be helpful to take concrete steps toward self-improvement and commit to real changes then launch a whole new outlook and attitude from that point. Dr. Solomon will be happy to talk with you about setting up a completely healthy recovery, maintaining a vibrant, younger appearance and feeling better than ever before in 2019.
Is this the time to finally schedule your procedure? You can erase lines and sagging, smooth years away and enter the New Year feeling revitalized. If you’d like to talk about your options, we welcome you to call and schedule a consultation today.
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We appreciate your inquiry and look forward to helping you with your cosmetic needs. In order to best help you, we require all cosmetic patients to come in for a consultation. All Surgical & Non-surgical Consultations have a fee of $100 that will be deducted from the cost of your procedure or treatment. To schedule an appointment, you can complete the form below or call our office at 866-293-0616. We look forward to hearing from you!
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