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Dr. Wardle is located in Kingston, Ontario Canada not Ottawa, Ontario 1-613-417-1969
American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS)
Canadian Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (CSAPS)
Canadian Society of Plastic Surgeons (CSPS)
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate: BS, Queen's University
Medical: MD, Queen's University Medical School
Post-Medical School TrainingResidencies:
General Surgery, Queen's University
Plastic Surgery, McMaster University
Treatments offered at David L.J. Wardle, M.D., B.Sc.,F.R.C.S.(C)
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First point: Be an informed consumer -- Research, Research, Research your surgeon prior to undergoing ANY surgery. Ensure he/she is BOARD CERTIFIED... READ MORE
Is it safe to use light IV sedation for a 3 1/2 hour procedure? SMAS Lift, Temporal Brow Lift and Corset Platysmaplasty.
LIVS, or local with IV sedation is an extremely common method of performing these type of cases and, when performed by a qualified CRNA or... READ MORE
As of last week, Reloxin (Dysport) is scheduled to become available in my area (Newport Beach, CA) by July 2009. The only hold up will be in Customs... READ MORE
Smokers are at higher risk for a number of post-operative complications, ranging from skin slough of the facial skin, oxygenation issues... READ MORE
There are many derivations of the use/treatment of the SMAS during a facelift. SMAS elevation with mobilization, imbrication or plication. All of... READ MORE
SMAS facelift will not address either brow or lower eyelid issues. Be sure to address each of these issues independently to your surgeon so that your... READ MORE
Lasers used for hair removal rely on a beam of high intesity light (Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation) focused to a specific... READ MORE
Patients on ACCUTANE considering either surgical procedures or topical skin treatments including laser or chemical peels are at higher risk of... READ MORE
The pricing of Juvederm is by the syringe. What you don't use at the first injection is stored for you until your next injection (up to 6 months). In... READ MORE
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