Welcome to Visage Clinic’s New Blog

welcome-postYou may have noticed that our plastic surgery website for Toronto patients has gotten a facelift, so to speak. Along with that, we at Visage Clinic have decided to launch a brand new blog to give our patients even more information in a convenient, online platform.

News You Can Use

Our readers are the kinds of people who like to stay informed about their health and beauty. To keep up to date on all the options and news out there in the cosmetic enhancement world, we suggest our visitors check back here often. Here’s what readers can expect to see on our blog in the future:

  • News about industry advances such as new products or approvals
  • Practice news about staff and new procedures offered
  • Information about specials, promotions, and events
  • Procedure information and advice to make your cosmetic enhancement decisions simple
  • Answers to reader questions, which can be posted here as comments or emailed to us

The Beauty of a Blog

The Internet offers people who are interested in plastic surgery, injectables, and medical spa procedures a wealth of information. So what makes our blog special?

This is a place where I can speak candidly and offer the kinds of insider insights I’ve picked up in my years as a plastic surgeon. Readers can see what my practice and I are really all about, as well as comment and interact with us.

Joyce, our patient coordinator, will also be involved and will share her experiences of more than 20 years in the cosmetic, laser, and skin world. As a patient herself and a new grandmother, she can relate to our patients of all ages. Her perspective will be a valuable one.

This is an informal place where we can share general information, and we still recommend one-on-one consultations to patients interested in specifics.

We want this blog, in addition to our Facebook Page, Twitter account, LinkedIn page, and other social media platforms, to be a place where we connect with our patients. Please join us!

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