Many medical professionals perform cosmetic treatments. How do you choose the physician that is right for you? What to look for: Check credentials. Canadian dermatologists have the designation FRCPC (Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Canada), and have 5 years of residency training in skin health. Here is why I feel strongly about…Read More
Acne can feel very isolating, especially adult acne. Some of my patients feel frustrated that they are “still” experiencing acne, and others are perplexed by “why now?” if they never struggled with acne in their teens. Let’s be clear: acne is absolutely not a “teenage problem”. Adult acne affects 20-30% of Canadian adults aged 20…Read More
A topical retinoid is a powerhouse in your medicine cabinet and your cosmetic bag. Why? The science behind regular use of a retinoid cream shows they decrease fine lines, even pigmentation, and smooth your skin. They may even offer some modest improvement for scars. For those of us that are acne-prone, they also help tame…Read More
Here is your guide to injectable treatments. Both of these products can effectively soften lines and rejuvenate or enhance your appearance. They are complementary to each other and function differently from one another. Botox® is a neuromodulator, of which there are several different brands with slightly unique properties: Botox® (Allergan), Dysport® (Galderma), Neuceiva (Evolus) and…Read More
Ever wonder if you should be checking your moles? Or your childrens’ moles? Or what to look for? Worrisome features in children’s moles are different from those in adults. Read on for a set of guidelines for skin self-checks in both adults and children. A set of rules to assess moles for melanoma risk in…Read More
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Dr. Kuritzky is pleased to offer her services in french and english.
Dre. Kuritzky est fière d’offrir ses services en français ainsi qu’en anglais.