What to look for: ABCDEs of melanoma

The American Academy of Dermatology has created an easy-and-simple to follow guide (ABCDEs of melanoma). Along with other resourceful tools for you and your family to use to self-examine and keep track of your moles. If you see anything changing, itching or bleeding on your skin, speak to your dermatologist and seek proper care.   Continue Reading

CTV News Interview: CoolSculpting

Check out this interview on CTV News about CoolSculpting, a non-invasive fat reduction technology. This treatment is available at Toronto Dermatology Centre. If you’re interested and want to get a FREE consultation call (416) 633-0001 or email cosmetic@torontodermatologycentre.com today. CTV News Interview: CoolSculpting Continue Reading

Botox helps patient with crippling migraines get her life back

Victoria Miller began to suffer from her headaches after having meningitis. The pain often left her bedridden for days at a time and affected her life. She tried around 35 different drugs to ease her symptoms but none worked. But in January she was given a series of Botox injections as a last-ditch attempt. After 5 rounds of treatment… Continue Reading

What exactly is a dermatologist? What kind of training is involved?

In Canada, the name “dermatologist” is reserved for medical specialists who have earned a medical degree and have completed an intensive five-year program of advanced medical and surgical training in the prevention, recognition and treatment of diseases of the skin, hair, and nails. To read more about “What is a Dermatologist?” click here.   Continue Reading

Psoriasis patient emerges from years of suffering

Lyn Chittick has battled severe psoriasis for half a century. But only now does she seem to be winning. The first indication of a problem was a small lump that appeared on her chest when she was 10 years old. At that time, says the Ontario resident, her family doctor did not diagnose psoriasis. Click… Continue Reading

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