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Eyelid Lift
Eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty) corrects the bulges and wrinkles around your eyes,resulting in a more rested and youthful appearance.
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Upper Eyelid Drooping (Ptosis)
Ptosis is a condition where the upper eyelid droops over the eye.
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Midface Lift
Lifting the Middle Third of the Face to Restore Natural Youthfulness- The Weekend Lift
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Botox is a substance produced by a bacteria called "Clostridium Botulinum". It has been purified under very strict controlled conditions.
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The S-Lift is a new-old procedure that combined with simple sub mental liposuction will improve the results of other facelift techniques and improves your neck.
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Laser Treatment
New Laser Treatment Improves Your Wrinkles Without Surgery: also gives you a firmer skin and a younger look.
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Threadlift and Contour lift
Dr Deans was one of the first surgeons in Ontario to use this technique in 2004. He has developed his own modifications to improve the technique and combine it with other complementary minimal incision techniques.
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Eye Surgeries

Dacryocystorhinostomy (DCR)
For patients with blocked tear duct, the usual cause of a watering eye.
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This is a very common condition affecting the eyelid margins of both eyes.
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Meibomionitis is closely related to blepharitis, which is inflammation and mild blockage of the meibomian oily glands.
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Ectropion is an outward turning of the lower eyelid, most commonly caused by aging, although eyelid burns or skin disease may also be responsible.
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Entropion is an inward turning of the eyelid and lashes toward the eye, usually caused by relaxation of the eye muscles and tissue due to aging.
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Floaters & Flashes
Small specks or clouds moving in your field of vision as you look at a blank wall or a clear blue sky are known as floaters.
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A chalazion (also known as meibomian cyst) is a common condition. It is an inflamed swelling in the eyelid caused by a blocked oily duct.
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