Gilding the Lily: Where to get plumper lips and slimmer hips in Toronto.
Fashion Magazine, March 2005, by Liza Finlay
Ok, so no one is perfect, but with a little whitening and tightening, you can get one step closer – and these are the people to help. Here’s a roundup of some of the best and brightest cosmetic surgeons, dentists and dermatologists the city has to offer.
Before any surgery, it is wise to ensure that your surgeon is fully qualified. In Canada, that means an FRCSC designation indicating that your doctor is a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons. Your surgeon should also be a member in good standing with the Canadian Society of Plastic Surgeons (CSPS) and the Canadian Society for Aesthetic (Cosmetic) Plastic Surgery (CSAPS).
Dr. Mitchell Brown
790 Bay Street, Suite 410, 416-323-6336, torontoplasticsurgery.com
Rapidly developing a name as a “boob man”, Dr. Mitchell Brown earned the reputation by being among the first Canadians to use newer, better technologies – like the cohesive silicone gel implant. His web sites offer up-to-date information on everything from products to procedures, as well as the latest research. A staff surgeon at the Sunnybrook and Women’s College Health Sciences Centre, Brown also does body contouring (liposuction) and facial aesthetic surgeries.