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Study reveals some really good news for acne sufferers

Study reveals some really good news for acne sufferers

“Scientists at King’s College London report that people who have previously suffered from acne have longer telomeres in their white blood cells compared to those with perfect skin. These telomeres ― sometimes referred to as protective caps ― help keep chromosomes from deteriorating. As a result, cells are better insulated against aging.” Click here to read the full article.… Continue Reading

9 Skin Care Lessons We All Have To Learn The Hard Way

9 Skin Care Lessons We All Have To Learn The Hard Way

The fact of the matter is that when it comes to proper skin care, it’s all about trial and error. The following are eight skin care lessons that we all have to learn the hard way. 1. If you’re often too tired to wash your makeup off at night, at least keep a stash of cleansing wipes… Continue Reading

Kelly Ripa shares her experience with Botox

Kelly Ripa shares her experience with Botox

Kelly Ripa says “you just can’t beat fresh Bo” after being complimented for her skin. This article is a great reminder of the importance of having an expert physician do your Botox treatments. At Toronto Dermatology Centre, only our highly trained & experienced physicians inject Botox and fillers. Click here to read the full article.… Continue Reading

Climate change is shifting areas of skin disease concern

Climate change is shifting areas of skin disease concern

“Climate change is bringing certain skin diseases and other illnesses to regions where they were rarely seen before, according to a recent research review. Dermatologists should keep these changing patterns of skin diseases in mind when making diagnoses, say the authors, who analyzed specific disease shifts in North America. As the planet warms, many bacteria,… Continue Reading

19-year-old ‘Dr. Kitty’ arrested after allegedly botching cosmetic surgery

19-year-old ‘Dr. Kitty’ arrested after allegedly botching cosmetic surgery

“A 19-year-old woman, from Toronto advertised her services for cosmetic surgical procedures under the pseudonym Dr. Kitty. Is now facing an aggravated assault charge after allegedly botching a cosmetic surgery that left a patient with injuries.” Click here to read the article. Our dermatologists and plastic surgeons has many years of training in both medical and surgical procedures. … Continue Reading

Are Microtreatments the New Facelifts? – Vogue

Are Microtreatments the New Facelifts? – Vogue

“The idea of growing older gracefully is a noble one. But in this day and age, looking fresh and vital is not just a matter of vanity but also professional survival. Luckily, a proliferation of next-generation noninvasive cosmetic procedures—futuristic lasers, nimble fillers, and resurfacing treatments—offer, when done in succession and with restraint, subtle refreshment without… Continue Reading

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

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