Benjamin Barankin, MD
4256 Bathurst Street, Suite 400
Toronto, ON M3H 5Y8 Canada Get a Free Consultation
About Benjamin Barankin, MD
Benjamin Barankin, MD practices in Toronto at Toronto Dermatology Centre as a Dermatologic Surgeon, board certified by Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada - Dermatology. Dr. Barankin was invited to join RealSelf in 2009, and has achieved "Distinguished Member" status. and is a member of American Academy of Dermatology (AAD), American Society of Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS) and Canadian Society for Dermatologic Surgery (CSDS).
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Posted by Toronto9721
Smart, funny, and very helpful. Has a keen esthetic eye.
Posted by Robinzon
The whole experience is excellent, from terrific staff and beautiful office, to a thoughtful and talented dermatologist who does all his own injections.
Posted by TinaTina1955
Two of my good friends and my uncle had seen Dr. Barankin for various mainly medical things, but also a couple cosmetic treatments and they raved about their experience with him. They were super impressed with his office, his staff, and his bedside manner, so I thought I'd try him out which was one of the best decisions I ever made.
Posted by Michelle1212
This doctor is down to earth but he is also an expert. I felt safe with him. Great results!
Posted by srog123
Dr. Barankin has been my skin guru for several years now, keeping me looking youthful in a nice, natural way. Ever since I started getting Botox and juvederm treatments (and some laser), I have been receiving countless compliments and more dates. He is very sweet and honest and doesn't push anything, only tells it like it is. He has very gifted hands and there is essentially no pain to his treatments. He's also removed a few skin tags and moles which healed with no scar. A big recommendation.
Posted by sk100
Wonderful doctor, great manner to him, explains everything, very gentle, and honest, and most importantly great results!
Posted by sk100
A really honest and talented skin doctor. I have had great results, and rarely have long to wait and his staff are super nice.
Posted by MK111
Very talented and smart skin doctor. I had botox treatments and occasionally I get juvederm too; he has terrific hands, takes his time, and creates a work of art as he moulds the filler. I have been very impressed with Dr. Barankin.
Treatments offered at Toronto Dermatology Centre
Blog Posts and Articles
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT DERMAL FILLERS ANSWERED May 8, 2013 · by Grace Saati · in Dermatologists, Non-Surgical Procedures, If you’re thinking about getting dermal filler (Juvederm, Restylane, Perlane, Teosyal, Radiesse etc..), or if you have a general curiosity about the procedure, results, risks…watch the next two video’s. Toronto expert dermatologist, Dr. Benjamin Barankin, answers commonly asked questions about dermal fillers:
HOW STRESS AFFECTS YOR SKIN It’s no wonder our skin looks more stressed than ever Aug 25, 2009 Karen Kwan It feels like you’re working your derriere off, but what do you have to show for it? An oil slick on your face that’s about as greasy as the fast food you’ve been eating at your desk. While a lot of the evidence on whether stress affects your skin is anecdotal, Dr. Benjamin Barankin of The Dermatology Centre in Toronto states, “It’s safe to say most...
Thursday, March 15, 2012 Is Your Excessive Sweating Caused by a Medical Problem? Sweating may be a symptom of thyroid problems, diabetes, or infection. Do you sweat more than other people? Does a five-minute workout on the treadmill leave you sopping wet? Do you wipe your hand before every handshake? At the very least, excessive sweating is a hassle. But sometimes heavy sweating is sign of a medical condition. "It's not always easy for the average person to know the...
Beauty Tips: Skin Deep Posted on 13 April 2012 Keep smiling—you can do something about lines and wrinkles on your face by Lena Grady If someone had told 37-year-old Michelle 10 years ago that she’d be contending with deep wrinkles and furrows in her brow before the age of 40, she’d have scoffed at the idea. Unfortunately, social smoking and years of lying on the beach without sun protection were starting to show on her face. “Women, especially fair-skinned...
Should you try injectable fillers? : Injectable fillers can “refresh” your face. Before you take the plunge, learn the pros and cons By Camilla Cornell Should you try injectable fillers? A more youthful and rested look with no anesthesia and no need to go under the knife? Small wonder that in 2011, non-surgical procedures like injections of Botox and dermal fillers accounted for 82 percent of all cosmetic procedures performed and 37 percent of all spending on plastic...
Education / Training
Medical: MD, University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario