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5 out of 5 stars Injectable Fillers
Excellent. He is meticulous, he doesn't rush, and he is a highly trained dermatologist. I could not be happier with my results. There is a reason people like me travel from out of town, to see him. I am biased in that I believe giving good facial injections is a lot more challenging, and requires more training than people may think which I why I am only comfortable with a highly trained, certified physician doing them.
5 out of 5 stars PicoSure
Hey Everyone, I got this tattoo less than a year ago. I went in wanting a hummingbird flying out of lots of colour on my forearm. At the last minute I decided to have it put higher up on my arm with only a little of it on my forearm. I thought it was ok when I got it, I wasn't too fussed either way. I recently graduated and began working in a professional occupation in which having my...
3 out of 5 stars Juvederm
I had juvederm ultra plus put in my cheeks and nasolabial folds. 2 syringes total. my lines are still VERY prominent - they aren't that bad, but juvederm made NO DIFFERENCE AT ALL! One week later and i still look the same - apart from the GIANT BRUISE across my face!
Awards & Recognition
Abbott Laboratories Ltd. Prize in Neurology,1992
Frederic Hudd Scholarship, University of Toronto, 1987
Dr. C.S. Wainwright Memorial Scholarship (Medicine), University of Toronto, 1985
Karyn Kupcinet International Science School Scholarship, Weizmann Institute, 1985
John Melady Award (Medicine), University of Toronto, 1984
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada Award, 1984
Ross Stewart Smith Scholarship, Dalhousie University, 1983
CRC Press Award, 1983
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolMedical: MD, University of Toronto
Post-Medical School TrainingResidencies:
Internal Medicine, University of British Columbia, 1991
Neurology, University of British Columbia, 1993
Dermatology, University of British Columbia, 1996
Treatments offered at Cosmedica
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This is an example of accidental but improper placement of Botox which has weakened the muscle that normally pulls down the left side of the lower lip... READ MORE
This is an excellent question. The simplest explanation to how Botox can lift the brows is to think of the brows being pulled up and down by different... READ MORE
True blackheads are also called open comedones and represent dilated pores filled with darkened keratin. While a group of topical products called... READ MORE
Beyond treating frown and forehead lines, Botox can be used to shape the face. The male brow, for example, tends to be flatter in shape with less arch... READ MORE
If swelling develops under the eyes within a week or two after Botox in that region, this could be a condition called Blepharedema. This is a... READ MORE
Isolaz is a non-laser treatment providing what is called photopneumatic therapy. Essentially, a small pulse of light along with a vacuum treatment... READ MORE
Why is Botox in corregators and between my eyes causing inner brows to drop the past three times? It was always fine before.
Botox treatment of the glabellar area can lead to dropping of the brow if the injections are placed too high up or if placed too far away from the... READ MORE
Frown lines and creases at rest are best treated with dermal fillers such as Juvederm or Restylane. Botox, Dysport and Xeomin treat dynamic lines ... READ MORE
It takes 2-3 weeks to see the full effect of Botox. In the frown and forehead regions, it is approximately 80% effective by 1 week, 95% effective b... READ MORE
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