Robert Sleightholm, MD

Robert Sleightholm, MD

Brampton Plastic Surgeon
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145 Queen St East, 400
Brampton, ON L6W 3P8 Canada
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5 out of 5 stars

47 Years Old Breast Augmentation & Tummy Tuck - Brampton, ON

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2014 Breast Augmentation - Dr. Sleightholm Was Amazing! - Brampton, ON

I am now post op 3 months and love my results. Ladies, if you are looking for a surgeon, I highly recommend Dr. Robert Sleightholm! You won't be disappointed! Even if it's a bit of a drive from where you live, it's worth it. :)

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Amazing Doctor! Very Pleased with my Results - Brampton, ON

AMAZING.

About Robert Sleightholm, MD

Robert Sleightholm, MD practices in Brampton at Brampton Cosmetic Surgery and Medical Spa as a Plastic Surgeon. Dr. Sleightholm began participating on RealSelf in 2010, and has achieved "Distinguished Member" status. The doctor has 29 years of experience providing cosmetic and aesthetic medical services, and is a member of Canadian Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (CSAPS). Dr. Sleightholm has hospital affiliations at Humber River Regional Hospital Finch and Church Site.

Consultation Fee

$95. +applicable tax

Treatments offered at Brampton Cosmetic Surgery and Medical Spa

Blog Posts and Articles

Getting out of a hairy situation: How laser hair removal can help

Most women take pride in long, full hair that commands attention - as long as it's on their heads. As for visible hair anywhere else on her body - face, arms, legs and elsewhere - a woman is likely to seek out ways to remove it, as painlessly and effectively as possible.There's a whole industry built around ways to rid a body of excess hair, the most common among them being shaving, waxing, plucking, electrolysis and creams. These methods are all temporary and some are even painfully or...

Cosmetic skin care-nonsurgical procedures

In addition to laser technology therapies, there are a variety of non-surgical approaches available for correcting skin conditions. By booking a consultation with a certified and inspected cosmetic surgery and skin treatment facility, such as Brampton Cosmetic Surgery Center & Medical Spa, a professional team can provide you with information, guidance and recommendations for a skin treatment plan tailored specifically to your needs. It helps to be aware ahead of time...

Skin Health Procedures - Laser Technology

Your skin's appearance can convey a great deal about you. If there have been changes to your complexion, whether from acne, wrinkles, sun damage or toher challenges, your outwrd appearance may not reflect positively how you feel or the best image you wish to present to others.There are a number of medically developed, non-surgical approaches available for correcting many skin conditions. A consultation with the certified team of a professional cosmetic surgery and skin treatment...

Do you want more youthful looking skin?

Most women desire tighter, smoother, and healthier looking skin. However, environmental and personal factors such as sun damage,pollution, stress, genetics, lifestyle choices, hormonal changes and aging make it difficult to achieve.Because "skin care" has become such a big business, we are bombarded with information about products and treatments. This creates confusion and questions such as - "where do I start", "what should I do to treat my particular condition(s)", "do I need to combine...

Preparing for cosmetic surgery

Are you weighing the pros and cons of a breast enhancement, liposuction or tummy tuck? Cosmetic surgery is a big decision, so read these steps about how to best prepare. Look, listen and learn. Spend some time researching the different angles of the surgery that you’re thinking about. Go online to find chat groups with people who’ve had the same procedure. Find out how it went and what they might do differently if they could do it again. Not really sure about this paragraph....

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Education / Training

Medical: MD, The University of Western Ontario
Residency: Plastic Surgery, University of Toronto
Fellowship: Plastic Surgery, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons

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