Our SkinMedical Peel-and-Reveal Event is Back!
Three days only:
- Tuesday, March 6
- Wednesday, March 7
- Thursday, March 8
Reserve your spot for just $150 and receive:
- $150 credit towards your SkinMedica skin care package
- Complimentary peel ($200 value)
- Customized skin care regimen with special promotional pricing
- Promotional pricing on non-surgical aesthetic treatments
Call (416) 323-6336 to book today
One treatment and one package at promotional price per patient. Not to be combined with any other offer. Prices before HST. No cash value.
Toronto Plastic Surgery is proud to congratulate Dr Ron Somogyi on the recent publication of his article in the prestigious Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Journal. Dr Somogyi’s article looks at the important area of patient reported outcomes following lumpectomy or partial breast removal to treat breast cancer.
Most breast cancer reconstruction takes place with patients who require mastectomy. These days, however, so many breast cancers are effectively treated with lumpectomy (partial mastectomy). In most cases the aesthetic outcomes from lumpectomy are excellent. In some cases, however, patients are left with considerable deformities that leave patients with significant physical and psychological stress. This article examines the aesthetic outcomes of lumpectomy in Canadian breast cancer patients, identifying risk factors for poor outcomes and outlining the factors that we need to address as surgeons to ensure that appropriate patients have easy access to reconstructive surgeons.
Patient Reported Outcomes following Breast Conservation Therapy and Barriers to Referral for Partial Breast Reconstruction
Congratulations to Dr. Ron Somogyi on achieving the Top Doctor Status at RealSelf!
Click to view Dr. Somogyi’s RealSelf Profile
Dr. Somogyi was invited to attend a preceptorship with Dr. Charles Randquist in Stockholm, Sweden.
Dr. Randquist is recognized as one of the top thought leaders in aesthetic breast surgery with a particular focus on breast augmentation surgery. Dr. Somogyi and a select small group of plastic surgeons from Canada had an opportunity to observe Dr. Randquist in the operating room and to learn about his approach to patient selection, implant selection, and maximizing outcomes for the aesthetic breast patient.