Thornhill : 7117Bathurst St. Suite 201
Phone : 905-763-2526
Fax : (905) 763-8595

Brampton : 2250 Bovaird Drive East, Suite 201
Phone : 905-595-4975
Fax : (905) 595-4977


As we open our doors, we want to update you on some of our new protocols and changes to make our clinic environment safer for everyone.

Here are a few key changes:

  • All our staff has upgraded their medical outfits to COVID-19 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). This includes the receptionists, nurses, medical assistants and doctors.
  • We have lengthened the periods in between the patients’ appointment times to allow for additional cleaning in between patients.
  • Patients will be directed to their examination rooms upon arrival, which have been thoroughly cleaned and sanitized beforehand. However, we have also minimized and spaced out the waiting area for patients who need to sit before being directed to a room.
  • Upon arrival at the clinic, you will be required to fill out a form as a secondary screening for COVID-19. We will also be taking your temperature using a touchless thermometer.

What you can do to ensure your own safety:

  • Please come no more than 5 minutes prior to your appointment to check in, you will be requested to go back and wait in your car if you arrive earlier.
  • Please do not bring anyone else to your appointment (only you can enter). For minors, only ONE accompanying guardian is allowed with them.
  • Please come in with your own mask and use the hand sanitizers available in the clinic.

To Book An Appointment Please call 

Brampton : 905-595-4975                               Bathurst: 905-763-2526

Stretch Marks, Large Pores

Treatments to improve the appearance of stretch marks. large pores and texture include laser treatments, dermabrasion, and prescription retinoids. Additional treatments include Radiofrequency treatments (RF) and abdominoplasty, or tummy tuck, which removes the skin below the navel where stretch marks often occur, as well as fractional laser resurfacing.

Fractional Laser Treatment and Resurfacing is a form of photorejuvenation, which uses intense pulsed light to treat stretch marks. The intense heat creates small wounds in the affected areas. The controlled wounds gradually heal over time and significantly decrease the appearance of stretch marks as new, healthy skin grows. The process was originally conducted with a CO2 laser; however, it is now performed with a fractional laser. A fractional laser uses tiny laser beams to apply intense heat to areas affected by stretch marks and other blemishes. The newest lasers have been developed to remove skin more precisely, layer by layer with minimal damage to the surrounding healthy skin. Fractional lasers are also used to eliminate the appearance of scars, sun-damaged skin and spider veins.