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Don’t miss the biggest event of the year!

Don’t miss the biggest event of the year!

(Shared from @torontodermatologycentre) “Customer Appreciation Day is back! RSVP to cosmetic@torontodermatologycentre.com by Friday, October 13, 2017 for a chance to win an amazing gift basket! Invite a friend and receive an additional raffle ticket.” #customerappreciationday #savethedate #event #torontodermatologycentre #lasertreatment #photofacial #facial #oxygenfacial #silkpeel #chemicalpeel #coolsculpting #botox #fillers #skincare #cosmetic #beauty #discounts #amazingdeals #savings A post… Continue Reading

CoolSculpting procedure on TV

CoolSculpting procedure on TV

It’s no longer a hollywood secret. CoolSculpting is now available to you as well! Book a complimentary consultation with our us today! Contact us at: (416) 633-0001 ext. 3  or email: cosmetic@torontodermatologycentre.com. Continue Reading

New Treatment at Toronto Dermatology Centre:  PRP

New Treatment at Toronto Dermatology Centre: PRP

Have you heard of the Vampire Facelift? It is a scary sounding name for a unique way of building up your skin, adding volume, glow and smoothing fine lines and wrinkles, even under the eyes! At Toronto Dermatology Centre, we are so excited to be offering 2 different applications. The first is done with microneedling… Continue Reading

How to avoid fake products

How to avoid fake products

Have you ever been tempted to buy a designer purse online, only to get it home and find out it is a fake? Well, the same is often true when it comes to medical grade skin care. The adage “if it seems too good to be true, then it probably is” comes to mind. Well… Continue Reading

Most melanomas occur as new lesions! – HealthDay

Most melanomas occur as new lesions! – HealthDay

“Contrary to what you might think, moles are not the most likely place for a deadly melanoma to develop, a new analysis shows. In fact, a review of 38 previously published medical studies involving more than 20,000 melanomas showed that only 29 percent of the skin cancers started in moles patients already had, while 71 percent arose… Continue Reading

Eczema By the Numbers 

Eczema By the Numbers 

Report from the American Academy of Dermatology Conference Atopic dermatitis, the most common form of eczema, is a common skin condition, and is estimated to impact between 10-15% of Canadians. The prevalence in Canada is an estimate, as we do not have recent Canadian epidemiological data.  We often have to rely to on European or… Continue Reading

Review Study Suggests Vitamin B3 May Prevent Melanoma

Review Study Suggests Vitamin B3 May Prevent Melanoma

Nicotinamide (Vitamin B3) may help stave off melanoma in high-risk individuals, a new review study suggests. “Nicotinamide has been shown in a clinical trial—called ONTRAC—to reduce the incidence of non-melanoma skin cancer in high-risk individuals and it would be worthwhile to determine whether it would also be useful for high-risk melanoma patients,” concludes lead author… Continue Reading

Psoriasis Series: INVISIBLE MAN

Psoriasis Series: INVISIBLE MAN

Psoriasis Series INVISIBLE MAN A film by NIMISHA MUKERJI INVISIBLE MAN tells the inspiring story of Newfoundland resident Andrew Gosse’s journey to treatment after suffering from severe psoriasis for 18 years. Continue Reading

Dr. Freiman quoted in Global News about foot health

Dr. Freiman quoted in Global News about foot health

“The sun is out and so are our toes. Whether you’re wearing open-toed shoes or just heading to the public pool, experts say foot health should be even more of a priority in summer months. Dr. Anatoli Freiman of the Toronto Dermatology Centre, says foot health is important for the general population, but subgroups like those… Continue Reading

Understanding and Avoiding Flares: Eczema Dos and Don’ts!

Understanding and Avoiding Flares: Eczema Dos and Don’ts!

Eczema is a chronic skin condition marked by flares – episodes of red, itchy and aggravated skin. Preventing flares is key to achieving control. A good skin care routine and using topical medications to manage inflammation will help to keep your eczema under control. Here is are some simple Dos and Don’ts to help identify… Continue Reading

Rosacea: not just your complexion

Rosacea: not just your complexion

“Rosacea, something that’s so common, many people may not understand what the skin condition is when they see it. It is estimated there are three-million adult Canadians with rosacea.” Click here to view the full article. Credit: www.meridianbooster.com Continue Reading

Vitamin D is a potential sunburn remedy – USA Today

Vitamin D is a potential sunburn remedy – USA Today

“Researchers find massive amounts of Vitamin D could be the answer to the summertime nemesis of every pale person: The blistering, crimson sunburn. People who took huge doses of the vitamin an hour after a sunburn saw long-term benefits — significant reductions in redness, swelling and inflammation.” Click here to view the full article. Continue Reading

Dealing with rosacea in the summer

Dealing with rosacea in the summer

“Dry, red, itchy skin? You’d think it’s a dry cold winter we’re dealing with. But nope. It’s the summer. Here’s how to get relief.” Click here to view the full article. Credit: www.besthealthmag.ca Continue Reading

Choosing Sunscreen for Eczema

Choosing Sunscreen for Eczema

Q: What type of sunscreen do you recommend for people with eczema? A: Eczema Society of Canada asked Toronto dermatologist and sun care expert Dr. Cheryl Rosen for her advice in selecting a sunscreen for the sensitive skin of eczema. “Sunscreen is an important part of a skin care regimen, protecting the skin from sun damage. Ultraviolet… Continue Reading

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