Medical-cosmetic

Medical-cosmetic

The cosmetic clinic was established in 2005 to meet the growing demand in the aesthetic sector in Montreal. The clinic offers state-of-the-art treatments to meet and even exceed the expectations of each client..

These aesthetic medicine solutions are non-invasive and painless.

Non-surgical facelift :

As we age, skin loses collagen and elasticity and begins to sag, creating an aged appearance and inevitable wrinkles and lines. We lose volume in the cheeks and temples resulting in a flatter, sunken appearance and the lips become thinner and less defined. A non-surgical facelift, also known as a “Y Lift”, gently and gently lifts the entire face without any of the invasive surgery or scarring that is usually associated with a traditional facelift.

A non-surgical facelit consists of injections of dermal filler products into the skin to restore volume, help restore old structure, and eliminate various fine lines and wrinkles.

Injections of neuromodulators: :

Constant use of the frown muscles leads to the formation of deep vertical lines between the eyes (glabellar furrows and worry lines) that make you look serious, stressed or anxious, while accentuating the signs of aging. The repeated movement of the muscles around the eyes, if related to smiling, leads to the formation of crow’s feet. It is possible to reduce or even eliminate these wrinkles thanks to injections of neuromodulators. The repetitive lifting of the eyebrows creates, at the level of the forehead, horizontal lines which also respond very well to this treatment..

Fillers : 

Over the years, the face loses several crucial structures. Adipose tissue, muscles and bones lose volume and the skin loses its elasticity creating the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Fillers, made with hyaluronic acid, a natural skin sugar, fill in wrinkles and hollows in areas lacking volume. After their injection, the skin appears smoother and less wrinkled.

Fillers add volume to the skin. Their use allows to accomplish several aesthetic wishes such as increasing the volume of the lips, removing a bump on the nose, enhancing the cheekbones, defining the chin and the jawline , among others. In fact, fillers have 3 main functions : to improve the quality of the skin,  to eliminate unwanted relief such as wrinkles, and  to modify the proportions of the face if necessary.

Mesotherapy : 

Mesotherapy is a medical technique invented in France in the early 1950s by general practitioner Michel Pistor. It consists of injecting low doses of medication under the dermis (the innermost layer of the skin). The principle is to use smaller quantities of drugs by directly targeting the area to be treated or as close as possible.

Dr. Anthony Zeitouni works with a well-known Nurse Injector, Elizabeth Blouin, RN

Elizabeth Blouin, RN, BSc.N

Nurse, Medico-aesthetic care

Aesthetic care experience

Elizabeth has been practicing non-surgical cosmetic procedures for many years using Botox, Xeomin, Dysport, Radiesse, Restyla, and Juvéderm, Teosyal, Belotero, Stylase, and Sculptra products. She takes pride in working with each of her clients to help them achieve a visibly younger and natural appearance. Elizabeth worked to train doctors and nurses from Quebec and Ontario for Canderm and Merz.

General education

Elizabeth Blouin is a graduate of the University of Montreal in nursing sciences and has more than 20 years of experience at the McGill University Health Center. Passionate about aesthetic care since 2005, Elizabeth has trained in mesotherapy in France as well as specialized training programs in Europe, United States, Mexico and Canada.

Awards and Achievements

Elizabeth has won several awards for her work and dedication, including a McGill University Health Center Citation of Distinction, awarded to nurses for excellence in nursing by the McGill University Health Center in 2012.

Elizabeth has presented at international conferences in Paris and New York. In 2011, she made a presentation to medical specialists organized by the Federation of Medical Specialists of Quebec.

She also worked with Covidien and the McGill University Health Center for the production of a DVD distributed internationally.

Professional association

*Order of Nurses of Quebec