Temporary Closure

18 Mar
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Dear Art Of Facial Rejuvenation Clinic Family, In an effort to keep everyone safe and after much consideration, we have decided to temporarily close our clinic until further notice. In careful keeping with the recommendations of local, provincial and national health authorities we feel that in this way, we can do our part in flattening the curve and helping minimize the spread of the Coronavirus. It is in our best interest to keep our patients, employees and local community as safe as possible. Although it is a difficult decision to make as small business owners, at the end of the day, we feel it’s for the good of everyone. We would like to extend our respect and appreciation to all of our fellow industry colleagues who have made the same decision in an effort to better protect their team and patients. In the coming days, we will be contacting patients with booked appointments to offer alternatives and rescheduling options. Throughout the temporarily closure, you can still contact us as we will be overseeing your phone calls and emails as per usual. We are sorry for any inconvenience this has caused, but we have to remember that to keep our communities and the world safe, social distancing is the best way to overcome this situation, together. Let’s keep our grandparents, loved ones and those most at risk safe in these difficult upcoming months. We will continue to stay in touch through social media and hope to see you in our clinic once again, as soon as it’s safe for us to reopen. Remember, this too shall pass. Be strong, be safe and stay healthy. Thank you for your patience, kindness and understanding, Your team at Art Of Facial Rejuvenation

15 Mar
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Keeping people moving toward what matters most to them is what we do every day. What matters most to you today may feel quite different than it did just a few days ago. But for us, it’s the same. What matters most to us is you…your health and wellbeing, and that of your families and friends. our clinic has taken a series of precautionary steps to help keep our guests and our own teams safe as we manage through COVID-19 together. These measures – including increased cleaning and sanitizing procedures – are focused on ensuring that high-touch surfaces are regularly and thoroughly disinfected. While we are currently maintaining our operations to help support you, we are also preparing our locations to adapt quickly to any emerging situation. As such, our response and your experience may vary across Canada depending on how each community responds to COVID-19. We will continue to support the decisions made by local governments and adapt based on each community’s needs. We appreciate your understanding and support as we work hard to keep you and your businesses moving during this uncertain time. Thank you and take care.

5 Nov
Getting Know Microneedling

By: Dr. Masoud Esfahani Microneedling is a cosmetic procedure that is done as a treatment to make our skin smoother and more toned. Its job is to generate new collagen. Collagen is an important protein substance that is responsible for the elasticity of our skin. The more elastic our skin is, the lesser we are prone to developing wrinkles. In other words, the power of collagen is to maintain our youthful appearance. Having problems with those unwanted scars and stretch marks? Or maybe your skin doesn’t respond to the usual skin care products that you can buy anywhere. This treatment is then perfect for you. This procedure is also used to reduce the appearance of these unappealing marks.

13 Sep
Magnesium Vital

By: Dr. Masoud Esfahani Why is Magnesium Important? Often times, we see advertisements about vitamins and minerals such as vitamin  C, D, A and the most popular mineral- Iron. Like these substances, Magnesium has the same level of importance, in fact, we need about 310 to as much as 420 mg daily, depending on age and gender, to maintain our health. Magnesium is a mineral that has a vital role in our body. It is needed for hundreds of biochemical reactions. The following are just some of the roles and benefits of Magnesium:

14 Aug
Soybeans Health Benefits

By: Dr. Masoud Esfahani Soya or soy beans are very common source of protein and this is very popular to those who are getting in shape and gym fans. But do you know that this family of beans have a lot of other benefits? I bet that after reading these facts, soy beans might win you and will join your table in no time.

27 Jun
Arsenic Toxic Food Supply

By: Hedie Habibnia, R.H.N, Master’s in Nutrition Science Arsenic is extremely toxic to our body. 100 mg of arsenic will kill a human instantly. However, a minimal amount of Arsenic does not kill instantly but it will kill over time through chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease, immunodeficiency, and cancer.

15 Jun
Men Women Weight Gain

By: Hedie Habibnia, R.H.N, Master’s in Nutrition Science If you ever wondered, women or men will lose their weight easier. Here is an interesting topic for you. Everybody knows women deal with additional hormone imbalances since it fluctuates every month, during pregnancy, breast feeding, and also during menopause. Men also have their up and downs. However, they definitely don’t carry a baby for 9 month and they do not breast feed.

26 May
Migraine Facts

By: Dr. Masoud Esfahani The cause of migraine has long been a bone of contention. Up until now, there are still people who believe that migraine are just caused or aggravated by a mental factor or as they say “It is just in your head!”.

19 Mar
Daily Habit Mistakes

By: Dr. Masoud Esfahani Brushing Your Teeth 3 Times A Day This is indeed very important. We must brush our teeth at least 3 times a day. BUT, we have to be aware that there are substance that are very important and are present in our teeth. Our teeth has this outer shell called enamel and this is the first layer that protects our teeth from harmful things that are in our food and drinks.

31 Jan
Migraine Terms

By: Dr. Masoud Esfahani Every individual experiences migraines either slightly or completely differently, often making it challenging to diagnose false versus true migraines. However, it is monumental to know these following common terminologies, as they help explain a lot about migraines.