Get to Know Dr. Olubimpe Ayeni and Her Extensive, Elite Training
Dr. Ayeni is a Plastic Surgeon specializing in breast and abdominal surgery. She is board certified by the Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Canada and has undergone extensive training and education throughout her career.
Educational background, training and certification.She completed her undergraduate training at Yale University (New Haven, Connecticut) and obtained a Master’s in Public Health at Columbia University in New York City. During her undergraduate studies at Yale, Dr. Ayeni had the opportunity to study abroad at Oxford University in England. She returned home to Canada for her medical training, and attended the University of Ottawa, known for its bilingual medical education. Dr. Ayeni completed her plastic and cosmetic surgery training in Hamilton at McMaster University. As a surgical resident, she had a reputation for being hardworking and technically gifted, and she produced an extensive amount of award-winning research. At the end of her training in Hamilton, Dr. Ayeni was offered a prestigious Fellowship position to train in Boston, at the world-renowned Harvard University. During this time, she worked with Dr. Sam Lin and Dr. Sumner Slavin, some of the world’s best plastic and cosmetic surgeons. After completing the Harvard Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship, Dr. Ayeni started to work at Southlake Regional Health Centre in Newmarket, Ontario.
A dedication to high quality care for all plastic surgery patients.Dr. Ayeni is honest, meticulous, and genuinely cares about obtaining the best possible outcome for each patient. As one of seven surgeons in her family and an internationally-trained, Ivy-league graduate, Dr. Ayeni has a strong surgical background and aims for excellence. She is very approachable and her patients and colleagues always comment on her impeccable bedside manner. Dr Ayeni stays up to date with advances in medicine by attending conferences, and she has an adjunct clinical academic appointment with the University of Toronto.
Specializing in breast reduction surgery to help women feel their best.
Large breasts can cause back, neck and shoulder pain as well as skin irritation. Women with large breasts can be self-conscious and experience discomfort when exercising and may have difficulty finding clothing. In larger breasts, the nipple may sit low on the breast (or point downwards) and the areola may be wide. Breast reduction surgery accomplishes several goals. It decreases the size of your breasts, lifts and reshapes them, decreases the size of the areola, and moves the nipples to a higher position. After surgery, these changes can relieve your physical discomfort while improving the appearance of your breasts. Most women feel more comfortable and confident.