Toronto Cosmetic Clinic’s team of physicians, technicians, and specialists beautify clients with noninvasive and surgical procedures that range from injectables and laser cosmetics to rhinoplasty and tummy tucks. Services can be performed in tranquil treatment rooms amid vases of flowers or within a surgical centre with emergency power capabilities. And no matter what treatment a client chooses, Toronto Cosmetic Clinic rewards them with their choice of cosmetic procedure, skincare products, and makeup when they accumulate enough points. Clients can also choose to donate the credit value of their points to a good cause, such as the Nanny Angel Network.
Dr. David Ellis pulls double duty as a professor in the Department of Otolaryngology (head and neck surgery) at the University of Toronto and as the physician at the helm of Art of Facial Surgery. At the latter, he oversees a staff of plastic surgeons, aestheticians, and laser technicians as they refurbish patients’ outward appearances. Their mission is to achieve the best results for their clients through a combination of proven treatments and patient education. Technicians use specialized lasers to remove unwanted hair, tighten skin by promoting the growth of collagen, and entertain patients with light shows choreographed to Journey’s greatest hits.
Overseen by board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Mansour Bendago, the staff of La Fontaine Cosmetic Surgery Clinic lifts self-esteems just as much as they upgrade appearances. Their services range from simple laser hair removal, Botox injections, and IPL facials to more transformative procedures such as liposuction, facelifts, and breast augmentation. A complimentary consultation before each approach establishes a beauty strategy that meets client goals, whether they wish to look just a little younger or climb on a jungle gym with harassment.
Skin Medx's founder and CEO Gail Robertson carries more than a decade of experience in cosmetic skin treatments, building up a reputation that has made her a popular speaker at many educational industry engagements. Her expertise aids her on a daily basis as she works with each member of her staff—including medical director Dr. Amir Rouzati—to help clients achieve the look they desire and feel more confident in their skin. Before treatments, Gail and her team consult with clients or their household's diplomatic ambassador to design a minimally invasive plan that can potentially erase cosmetic issues such as unwanted hair, wrinkles, and scars with peels, lasers, and other therapies. Keeping safety a main priority, each treatment at Skin Medx is selected for its properties of working quickly and being safe for use on all skin types.
The technicians at Beauty Station harness high-tech forces such as microcurrents, radio frequencies, and laser energy to rejuvenate their clients from head to feet. Their facials help banish frown lines, while body treatments encourage slimming of thighs, bellies, and posteriors. The massage therapists on staff enhance their kneading sessions with aromatherapy, herbal salts, and hot stones, while wax experts defuzz upper lips, underarms, and legs. The beauty haven boasts eight total treatment rooms, including a steam room, a hydrotherapy room, a vanity room, and a room just for studying all the other rooms.
Under the supervision of the Anti-Aging Clinic's doctor, certified technicians help to restore youthful appearances with medical-grade treatments. Staff members take up state-of-the-art technology such as GentleLase hair-removal lasers, DiamondTome microdermabrasion wands, and Tripolar skin-tightening treatments. Other services, however, are as low-tech as it gets: chiropractors, massage therapists, and hypnotherapists work toward mind-body wellness in order to help clients to find comfort, confidence, and the strength to quit pretending their kids' crayons are cigarettes. The clinic—which keeps late-evening and Saturday hours—combines medical professionalism with a spa aesthetic; staff members dress in crisp, hospital-style uniforms, but Egypt-inspired art hangs on the walls alongside the colourful anatomical charts.