The Clinic

Here at Oak Ridges Aesthetics Centre, we’ve taken extraordinary measures to ensure we stand head & shoulders above our competition.

Our dermatologists and surgeons are board certified with many years of experience. We have a State of the Art facility and use the most up-to-date practice procedures. The goal of every doctor is to understand the patient's issues, explain the treatment options, and follow-up as necessary.

All Of Our Surgeons Are FRCSC Certified.

Did you know that any licensed doctor in Canada can perform cosmetic surgery? To become certified in Plastic Surgery by the Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Canada (FRCSC), doctors must complete a 5-year residency program after receiving their Medical Degree. Oak Ridges uses only FRCSC certified surgeons so we know they have the qualifications and experience to produce the very best surgical results.

A CAAASF Designation Is The Best Way To Ensure Your Cosmetic Surgery Clinic Is Safe.

The Canadian Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities is mandated to ensure surgical procedures performed by its members are done safely and carefully. Member facilities are inspected to ensure they meet stringent requirements for:

  • Facility & Equipment Standards

  • Employee Qualifications

  • In-House Quality Assurance Program

Oak Ridges Surgicentre is CAAASF accredited. It costs between $30k and $50k for a surgical facility to obtain a CAAASF designation. Maybe that’s why less than ½ of the cosmetic surgery clinics in the GTA have taken the effort to obtain it.

We Are The Only Cosmetic Surgery Clinic In Canada Using The BIS Monitor To Ensure You Receive The Right Amount Of Anesthetic.

None of the standard measures used to monitor a patient during surgery (heart rate, blood pressure, etc.) directly correlate to the patient’s level of consciousness. A more direct and accurate measure of consciousness is brain activity, measured using a Bispectral Monitor. Hence, we are able to better determine exactly how much anesthetic you need to keep you asleep, without giving you too much. End result: a safer surgery & a faster, more pleasant recovery for you.

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