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The University of Toronto Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Resident Aesthetic Clinic offers patients economically priced cosmetic procedures
The University of Toronto – Women’s College Hospital Education Program in Aesthetic Plastic Surgery The University of Toronto Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Resident Aesthetic Clinic offers patients economically priced cosmetic procedures. These procedures are performed by plastic surgery senior residents, under the supervision of faculty plastic surgeons certified as specialists by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Patient care including consultations, surgery and follow-up visits, is provided by the plastic surgery senior resident under the guidance of the faculty plastic surgeons.
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HISTORY The Resident Aesthetic Surgery Clinic at the University of Toronto was founded over 25 years ago at the Toronto Western Hospital under the direction of Dr. Arnis Freiberg. About 10 years ago, the clinic was relocated to 199 Avenue Road, under the direction of Dr. Thomas Bell. In 2012, the University of Toronto – Women’s College Hospital Education Program in Aesthetic Plastic Surgery was moved to Women’s College Hospital to continue to provide the highest caliber plastic surgery resident training in aesthetic plastic surgery and standards in ambulatory surgery patient care.
Entering my final week covering the University of Toronto Resident Aesthetic Clinic before Dr. Homan Cheng takes over...sad to go. It's been an amazing experience, and I'm sure that Dr. Cheng will only continue to take it to new heights!
First Resident Aesthetic Clinic OR day of the 2014/15 academic year today at Women's College Hospital, we are back up and running...come visit us at the clinic to see what's up!
PHILOSOPHY It is the aim of the University of Toronto – Women’s College Hospital Education Program in Aesthetic Plastic Surgery to provide safe, ethical, and confidential treatment of patients seeking aesthetic surgery. In this teaching environment, we uphold the highest standards in explaining the potential benefits, limitations and risks of aesthetic surgery and other aesthetic procedures. We will also advise you if we believe that aesthetic surgery is not in your best interests. No attempt will be made to persuade you to undergo surgery. It is recommended that you consider the options discussed during the initial consultation and return for a second consultation if you believe you wish to proceed with surgery, or any other aesthetic procedure.
ABOUT US The University of Toronto Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery accepts the most outstanding applicants from across the country to train in the Plastic Surgery Residency Training Program. Following graduation from medical school, residents enter a 5-year postgraduate specialty training program leading to certification as a specialist in Plastic Surgery by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. During this intensive surgical training, plastic surgery residents gain experience in all aspects of plastic surgery – both reconstructive and cosmetic surgery. The plastic surgery residents who participate in the University of Toronto – Women’s College Hospital Education Program in Aesthetic Plastic Surgery are in their final years of specialty training en route to becoming board certified plastic surgeons in Canada. All procedures performed by senior residents through this educational program, including surgical and non-surgical, will be provided at a nominal cost to the patient while maintaining the highest standards of care and safety. Patient consultations are carried out at Women’s College Hospital surgical clinics with a consultation fee of $50. Surgery is also performed at Women’s College Hospital. A quote for surgical fees will be given after consultation with the plastic surgery senior resident and review with the supervising faculty plastic surgeon.